Hunger strike of 50 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons continues

Occupied Jerusalem: 50 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons continue their open hunger strike, including administrative detention, detention and sentenced prisoners.

According to the report, 20 prisoners announced a hunger strike, after which the number of prisoners on hunger strike increased to fifty. Earlier, 30 prisoners were on hunger strike for 16 days. These Palestinians have started a hunger strike in protest against administrative detention and have also boycotted the courts.

Hassan Abd Rabbah, spokesman for the Palestinian Prisoners’ Affairs Agency, said in a press statement that the condition of the 30 prisoners on hunger strike is deteriorating. They suffer from severe fatigue and fatigue and are losing weight continuously. They also suffer from joint complaints, dehydration and vitamin deficiency. The number reached 780.

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