Days of Palestine, West Bank –The Israeli military court of Israeli Ofer Prison in occupied West Bank rejected on Saturday appeal to release Palestinian journalist on 53rd of hunger strike.
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PLO official in charge of Prisoner Affairs Committee Issa Qaraqe said that the court ruled to maintain the six-month administrative detention period for the journalist Mohamed al-Qiq despite of his 53 days of hunger strike.
Al-Qiq began the strike on November 25, 2015, protesting against his administrative detention by the Israeli occupation authorities.
Qaraqe said the court’s rejection of the appeal “proves intentions of revenge” by the Israeli occupation against the Palestinian prisoner, referring to Al-Qiq’s detention as arbitrary as Israeli prosecution had yet to press specific charges against him.
The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society Lawyer Jawad Boulos said earlier this week that the 33-year-old journalist has been held at the HaEmek Medical Center in Afula handcuffed to a hospital bed and that he was in critical condition.
Head of the society Qadura Fares said that as of Thursday, the Israeli Prison Service had given no indication it was willing to negotiate with Al-Qiq.