Ten Palestinian detainees on hunger strike in Zionist prisons


RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COM 10 Palestinian detainees have been on open hunger strike in Israeli lock-ups for different periods in protest at their detention conditions.

The Palestinian Prisoner Society said that Ihsan Othman, 21, and Ja’far Izz el-Din, 48, started a hunger strike nine days ago protesting their administrative detention.

The two brothers Nour el-Din and Mohyee el-Din Shahrouri have been on hunger strike for nine days and two days respectively over their humiliating detention conditions.

Protesting their detention without charge or trial, prisoners Mahmoud al-Fasfous, 29, Kayed al-Fasfous, 30, Ghadanfar Abu Atwan, 26, Abdul-Aziz Sweiti, 30, Saed al-Nammoura, 27, and Wael Rabei, 30, started an open-ended hunger strike yesterday.

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