After 104 days of Hunger Strike, Akhras takes the first morsel by his daughter's hand

After 104 days of Hunger Strike, Palestinian prisoner Maher Al-Akhras takes the first morsel by his daughter's hand after a long battle he fought with his empty stomachs refusing the illegal administrative detention.
 


Palestinian detainee Maher al-Akhras has ended his hunger strike that lasted for 103 days after the Israeli occupation authorities agreed to his conditions.

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The Palestinian prisoner club said in a statement on Friday evening that 49-year-old Akhras decided to end his hunger strike after the IOA agreed to set him free on 26/11/2020 and not to renew his administrative detention.

It added that Akhras would remain in hospital until the date of his release to receive treatment.

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Akhras thanked the Palestinian prisoners and people, Arab supporters, and free people of the world for supporting his case.

 


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