Prisoners Authority: Signs of fatigue and exhaustion began to appear on the hunger strikers

The Commission for Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs said today, Wednesday, that signs of fatigue and exhaustion began to appear on 11 prisoners on hunger strike, rejecting the policy of administrative detention, and they also began to suffer from weight loss.

The commission's media advisor, Hassan Abd Rabbo, said in an interview with the official news agency, that the prisoners on strike are: Muhammad Al-Zughair (a striker for 10 days), Salem Zaidat (a striker for 10 days), both of whom are from Hebron, and Muhammad Omar from Tulkarm (a striker for 8 days). Mujahid Hamed from Ramallah (a striker for 8 days), and Muntasir Billah Abu Azum from Jericho (a striker for 3 days), all of whom are in the Negev, and five others in the cells of Raymond Prison: Mahmoud al-Fasfous (a striker for 7 days). ), and his brother Kayed (a striker for 7 days), Raafat al-Darawish (a striker for 7 days), who are from Hebron, and Guevara Nammoura (a striker for 7 days), and Moayed al-Khatib (a striker for 7 days) from Bethlehem, in addition to Nidal Khalaf from Nablus. And the striker has been in the Ofer prison for several days.

Abed Rabbo indicated that signs of fatigue, fatigue and stress began to appear on them, in addition to weight loss, joint pain and headache, and these symptoms accompany the strike, stressing that these strikes aim to shed light again on the policy of administrative detention that extends to about 450 prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons, distributed among them. On the prisons of “Megiddo”, “Ofer” and “Negev”, as well as two female prisoners in Damoun prison.

Abed Rabbo called for an international and media campaign to pressure the Israeli occupation government to release the striking prisoners.


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