Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Hisham Abu Hawwash continues his hunger strike for the 133rd day in a row in protest against his unlawful administrative detention, which was frozen yesterday due to his serious medical condition.
Jawad Boulos, Abu Hawwash’s attorney, said an Israeli court ordered yesterday to freeze the administrative detention of his client.
Detainees’ human rights watchdogs stressed that court decisions to freeze administrative detentions, which Israeli courts routinely make, come only within an Israeli strategy to forcefully end hunger strikes, which demand the end of illegal administrative detentions.
Abu Hawwash was transferred to Assaf Harofeh hospital in southern occupied Palestine following a deterioration in his medical condition today.
Hisham Abu Hawwash (39 years old), a father of four children, from occupied Hebron, was arrested by Israeli authorities in October 2020 under administrative detention, which was renewed three times. He went on a hunger strike, completing 132 days in protest against his unlawful detention.
(Source / 27.12.2021)