Awawdeh, from the town of Idna in the southern West Bank district of Hebron, broke a 111-day fast last month after being reassured by Israeli prison authorities that his administrative detention would not be renewed, but he resumed the hunger strike a week later after the occupation authorities reneged on their promise not to end his unfair detention ...
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.
Ra’ed Rayyan, 27, from Beit Duqqu village, northwest of Jerusalem, has been on hunger strike for 102 days in protest of his detention without charge or trial since 3 November 2021. He is said to be suffering from serious health complications due to his long fast. Rayyan is currently held in the infamous Ramla Prison clinic.
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.