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19.09.2021 16:42 News >> 6 Palestinians Continue Hunger Strike In Israeli Jails

6 Palestinians Continue Hunger Strike In Israeli Jails

Administrative detention policy allows Israel to extend arrest of a prisoner without charge.

Six Palestinian prisoners in Israel continued their hunger strike in protest of the Israeli policy of administrative detention, according to a Palestinian NGO on Sunday.
The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) said in a statement that the longest striking prisoner, Kayed al-Fasfous, began his hunger strike 67 days ago.
The policy of administrative detention allows the Israeli authorities to extend the arrest of a prisoner without charge after the expiry of a sentence for a period of six months.
There are around 4,850 Palestinian detainees in Israeli prisons, including 40 women, 225 children, and 40 administrative detainees, according to institutions concerned with prisoners' affairs.
*Writing by Ahmed Asmar in Ankara -



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