Three Palestinian prisoners inside Israeli jails have ended their open-ended hunger strike, Palestinian Prisoner Committee (PPC) said on Wednesday.
According to the PPC, the prisoners who have been on hunger strike for about three months, agreed to break the strike after the Israeli prison service had met their demands.
Brothers Mohamed and Mahmoud al-Balboul and Malik al-Qadi are currently being hospitalised in Israeli hospitals with their hands cuffed to their beds.
Rights groups said that they suffered very serious health conditions as one of them had lost his sight, another is almost paralysed and the third had lost ability to speak.
All the three hunger strikers accepted to end their strike after they had been given definite dates for their release.
Mohamed and Mahmoud al-Balboul were promised to be released on December 12, 2016, while Malik al-Qadi was given September 22, 2016 a date for his release.
These dates meant that they are going to complete their current term of administrative detention.
It is worth mentioning that the prisoners initiated their hunger strike, protesting against their renewable administrative detention -a term under which Israeli occupation issues military detention orders for secret reasons kept hidden from the prisoners, court, lawyers, etc..
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