The Palestinian detainee in Israeli jails Emad Fahel has been on hunger strike for 5 consecutive days in protest against his solitary confinement by the Israeli occupation.
The Commission of Palestinian Detainees’ Affairs said that Palestinian detainee Imad Fahel has been on an open-ended hunger strike for the fifth day in a row, protesting against his solitary confinement by the Israeli occupation authorities and calling them to move him to the Israeli prison of Naqab.
Fahel, who hailed from the village of Kobar in Ramallah, was arrested by the Israeli occupation in 2012 and sentenced to 26 years in prison.
Palestinian detainees have constantly resorted to hunger strikes as a method to oppose their administrative detention, demanding an end to this illegal policy that violates international law and Human rights accords.
There are 4700 Palestinian detainees in Israeli jails illegally held by Israeli occupation including 30 women and 400 children, according to the Commission of Palestinian Detainees’ Affairs.