Three Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike transferred to hospital
The Israeli administration of Ofer jail transferred three Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike to hospital on Wednesday after deterioration of their health condition.
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The Israeli administration of Ofer jail transferred three Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike to hospital on Wednesday after deterioration of their health condition.
Lawyer of the prisoners Thaer Abdu and the two brothers Mohammed and Islam Badr said they had gone on hunger strike in mid-November protesting their administrative detention, without trial or charge.
All three detainees were taken from their homes in Beit Laqia and Kufr Nima villages, west of Ramallah, by the end of October.
Meanwhile, the Tadamun foundation for human right said that Palestinian administrative detainees in Negev jail were subjected to a series of penalties and are expected to go on hunger strike any time.
A lawyer for the foundation said after visiting the detainees on Tuesday that they were deprived of family visits, some of them for two months, and were banned from going to the library and reading papers other than denying them their daily stroll outside the prison cells for one week.
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