Human rights defender Hamouri was detained at his home in the occupied city of Jerusalem on 7 March this year. Since then, he has been held under administrative detention without charge or trial based on secret evidence. Given that the Israeli Interior Ministry revoked his Jerusalem residency status last October on the basis of breaching "allegiance" ...
Hassan Abed Rabbo, a spokesman for the Commission, told WAFA yesterday that the prisoners decided to go on hunger strike as a protest against the policy of administrative detention in which the prisoners are held in prison for renewable periods without charges or trial.
Israeli Supreme Court has rejected the appeal request for release of hunger striking Palestinian prisoner Khalil Awawda following 172 days of strike over his administrative detention by Tel Aviv forces.
Hasan Abed Rabbo, spokesman for the Prisoners Affairs Commission, told WAFA that as Rayyan, 28, has been on hunger strike for 109 days demanding an end to his illegal administrative detention without charge or trial.
Rayyan, who’s currently held in the infamous Ramla Prison Hospital, is suffering from a severe loss of weight, lack vitamins and proteins, dizziness, frequent vomiting and pains all over his body, adding that his health condition is worsening with time.
Raed Rayyan, 27, from the village of Biddo, west of Jerusalem, has lost weight and is suffering from pain, headaches, and vomiting due to his long fast demanding his freedom, according to Hasan Abed Rabbo, spokesman of the Prisoners Affairs Commission.
The PPS said in a press statement that the Israeli Prison Services (IPS) urgently transferred Khalil Awawdeh from the Ramleh Prison to an Israeli hospital following a serious deterioration of his health.
Khalil Awawdeh, 40, from the town of Idna, in the southern West Bank Hebron district, has been on hunger strike for 81 days in protest of his prolonged administrative detention without charge or trial.
“Bolivians: today from my cell in Miraflores (prison), La Paz, I made one of the hardest decisions of my life. Today I am going on a hunger strike. I am desperate seeing a country without justice or law,” Anez said in a letter read to the media by her daughter, Caroline Rivera.