RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COM — Qadoura Fares, head of a Palestinian prisoners rights group After announced this morning, that The Palestinian detainees held in the Israeli jails have suspended their hunger strike, 41 days, as most of their demands have been met.
after 20 hours of negotiations inside the Israeli jails with leadership of the strike, the Israeli accepted the detainees demands.
Spokesman for the Palestinian Ministry of detainees, Hassan Abed Rabba stated that the details of the agreement will be released today in a press conference.
All 1,500 detainees who remained on the hunger strike for more than a month, and who most of them are hospitalized, agreed to suspend their protest against Israel’s practice.
The detainees’ demands include the installation of a public telephone to communicate with their families, reinstating bimonthly family visits, better medical treatment, allowing prisoners to take photographs with their families regularly, and installing air conditioning where lacking.
Daiyana Jamal, a journalist from Gaza says ” actually the demands of the Palestinian detainees are their basic rights, according to the international laws”