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Six prisoners continue hunger strike in protest at illegal detention

Oct 13 2019

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Six Palestinian prisoners being held in Israeli jails are determined to continue their open-ended hunger strike in protest at their detention administratively, with no indictment or trial, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Center for Studies.

Some of those prisoners have suffered serious health problems as a result of their prolonged hunger strike.

Administrative detainees Ahmed Ghannam, Ismail Ali, Tareq Qadaan have been on hunger strike for 91, 81, 74 days respectively.

The others, Ahmed Zahran, Musaab al-Hindi, and Hiba al-Labaddi, have been on hunger strike for 19 days.

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