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After two months of hunger strike, two prisoners reported in a feeble health condition

Nov 23 2019

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Days Of Palestine - Ramallah

Two months of hunger strike by two Palestinian prisoners in Israel has left them in poor health condition, today said the Palestinian Prisoners Commission.

Hassan Abed Rabbo, spokesman for the commission, said that Ahmad Zahran, 42, from Deir Abu Mishal near Ramallah, has been on hunger strike for 63 days, and Musab Hindi, 29, from Tel village in the north of the West Bank, for 61 days in protest against their administrative detention without charge or trial.

He said both prisoners feel very weak and exhaustion and refuse to take any supplements or undergo physical examination.

Abed Rabbo warned that the two may be in danger of losing their life after more than 60 days of hunger strike and due to lack of salt and fluids in their body.

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