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Wednesday, May 31

Palestinian Prisoner Suspends His Hunger Strike Lasted for 33 Day

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The Palestinian prisoner, Ahmed Moussa, suspended on Thursday, September 9, 2022, his open hunger strike, which lasted for 33 days.

Local sources reported that the prisoner, Ahmed Moussa, suspended his open hunger strike, which lasted for 33 days, after reaching a decision by the Israeli occupation court not to extend his administrative detention and to release him on 06/12/2022.

The Mohajat Al-Quds Foundation said, “The response of the Zionist occupation to the demands of the prisoner Ahmed Musa and stopping his administrative detention is added to the history of the prisoners’ victories against the Israeli policy of administrative detention.”

In turn, the family of Ahmed Moussa confirmed that he suspended his hunger strike, which lasted for 33 days, against his administrative detention, after a decision to release him on the sixth of next December.

The number of Palestinian prisoners in the occupation prisons is about 4,550, including 31 women, and about 175 minors, including a girl, and more than 700 are in administrative detention.