Three prisoners continue their hunger strike in Israeli jails

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

The Commission of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs today, Sunday, confirmed that three prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons are continuing their hunger strike.

The commission indicated in a statement that the prisoner, Ghazanfar Abu Atwan, 28, from Hebron, has been on a hunger strike for 47 days, refusing his administrative detention, while the Israeli occupation is holding him in Kaplan Hospital.

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The commission pointed out that the prisoner Jamal Al-Taweel (59 years), from Ramallah, continues his strike for the 18th day in a row, demanding the freedom of his daughter, journalist Bushra Al-Taweel, who was administratively detained in the occupation prisons. The Israeli occupation continues to detain Al-Taweel in the cells of “HaSharon” prison.

Meanwhile, the prisoner, Khader Adnan, 43, from Jenin, continues his strike for the 22nd day in a row; Rejecting his administrative detention, he is currently being held in the cells of Al-Jalma Detention Center.

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The commission held the Israeli occupation and all its organs fully responsible for the fate of the striking prisoners. It demanded the necessity of supporting them and supporting their struggle steps in the face of the occupation.


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