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Six Palestinian administrative detainees in Israel remain on hunger strike demanding their freedom, one for 52 days

Six Palestinian administrative detainees in Israel remain on hunger strike demanding their freedom, one for 52 days
Administrative detainee in Israel, Kayed Fasfous, on hunger strike for 52 days demanding his freedom.

RAMALLAH, Saturday, September 04, 2021 (WAFA) – Six Palestinian administrative detainees in Israeli jails continue in their hunger strike, one of them for 52 days, demanding their freedom, today said the Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS).

Kayed Fasfous, from Dora in the Hebron district, has been on a hunger strike for 52 consecutive days.

He is followed by Miqdad Qawasme, from Hebron, on hunger strike for 45 days, Ala Aaraj, from Tulkarm, for 27 days, Hisham Abu Hawash, also from Hebron, 19 days, Rayeq Bisharat, from Tubas, 14 days, and Shadi Abu Aker, from Bethlehem, 11 days.

All the hunger strikers are demanding an end to their long incarceration without charge or trial and based on secret evidence.

M.K.

 

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