Palestinian detainee Ahmed Ghannam on hunger strike for 82 days

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RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COMThe family of hunger-striking prisoner Ahmed Ghannam has expressed concern over his life as a result of his prolonged hunger strike.

According to a family source, the health condition of prisoner Ghannam has seriously deteriorated because of his hunger strike for 82 days and his exposure to medical neglect.

Ghannam has gone on hunger strike in protest at his detention administratively, with no indictment or trial.

There are also other six hunger strikers, including female prisoner Hiba al-Labadi, and all of them demand an end to their administrative detention.

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