Palestinian detainee Sabaa Al-Titi continues his open-ended hunger strike in Israeli prisons for the 18th consecutive day in protest of the Israeli arbitrary measures against him, including his detention in solitary confinement.
Prisoner Al-Titi, 34, started his hunger strike earlier in October. Since October 10, he has been suffering from headaches, weight loss, and joint pain.
He served six months in Israeli prisons under administrative detention before the Israeli court renewed his detention for six months.
Israel currently holds 800 Palestinians under administrative detention without charge or trial, according to the Palestinian commission of detainees and ex-detainees affairs.