Hunger striker Khader Adnan suffers from harsh conditions in Israeli jail


RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COMHunger-striking prisoner Khader Adnan has affirmed that he is being exposed to harsh incarceration conditions in Jalama prison, with no consideration for his worsening health due to his prolonged hunger strike.

This came in a letter leaked from the prison and published on Monday by Muhjat al-Quds Foundation.

Adnan said that he had been locked up in a very small isolation cell in Jalama jail for long weeks, during which he was barred from communicating with the outside world or receiving visits from his lawyers.

Khader Adnan, a senior Islamic Jihad leader, was rearrested on December 11, 2017 and started his hunger strike about 37 days ago.

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