AL-QUDS, PALESTINOW.COM — The Palestinian detainee Bilal Diyab, 32 from Kafr Raei town south of Jenin city, has been on an open hunger strike for the past 16 days.
In a leaked letter from the Israeli jail of Megiddo, captive Diyab said that he has been detained in a solitary confinement cell which lacks basic needs. He has been using his shirt as a towel, pillow and prayer mat, he highlighted.
Prisoner Diyab, who has lost 7 kilograms since he started to fast, decided to continue his open hunger strike until his release in protest at being detained administratively based on no charge or trial for six months.
Israeli occupation forces arrested Diyab after storming his home on July 14. He was among the first prisoners to wage individual hunger strikes and had gone on hunger strike for 87 days during previous arrests. (PIC)
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