The two detainees, Awawda and Rayan, continue their hunger strike, in protest of their administrative detention

Ramallah WAFA - The detainee Khalil Awawda (40 years), from the town of Idna, west of Hebron, continues his hunger strike for the 54th day in a row, and the detainee Raed Rayan (27 years), from the village of Beit Duqo, north of Jerusalem, for the 20th day, in refusal to continue Administrative detention in occupation prisons .

Awwadeh was transferred a few days ago from the solitary confinement cells in Ofer to the Ramleh detention center after his health deteriorated. He lost more than 16 kg of weight .


The two detainees, Awawda and Rayan, continue their hunger strike, in protest of their administrative detention   Ramallah WAFA - The detainee Khalil Awawda (40 years), from the town of Idna, west of Hebron, continues his hunger strike for the 54th day in a row, and the detainee Raed Rayan (27 years), from the village of Beit Duqo, north of Jerusalem, for the 20th day, in refusal to continue Administrative detention in occupation prisons .  Awwadeh was transferred a few days ago from the solitary confinement cells in Ofer to the Ramleh detention center after his health deteriorated. He lost more than 16 kg of weight .  The occupation authorities refuse to respond to his request to end his administrative detention, or deal with him, in light of the noticeable deterioration of his health .  It is noteworthy that the detainee, Awawda, is a father of four girls, and the occupation forces arrested him on 27/12/2021, and transferred him to administrative detention without any accusation being brought against him, as he was previously arrested in the occupation detention centers several times .  In this context, the prisoner Rayan, who is currently detained in “Ofer” prison, was arrested on 3/11/2021 after the occupation forces raided his house and interrogated its residents. Additional months, after which he announced his open hunger strike .   The death of a young man from Aqabat Jabr camp, as a result of being shot by the occupation    Ramallah WAFA - This morning, Tuesday, the Ministry of Health announced the death of Ahmed Ibrahim Oweidat (20 years), as a result of critical wounds sustained by live bullets in the head, at dawn today in Aqabat Jaber camp.  Last night, three young men were shot, one of whom was seriously injured, when an Israeli special force "undercover" stormed the Aqabat Jaber camp, south of Jericho.  The "Fatah" movement / the region of Jericho and the Jordan Valley announced a comprehensive strike today, with the exception of the health sector, in mourning for the soul of the martyr Oweidat.


The occupation authorities refuse to respond to his request to end his administrative detention, or deal with him, in light of the noticeable deterioration of his health .

It is noteworthy that the detainee, Awawda, is a father of four girls, and the occupation forces arrested him on 27/12/2021, and transferred him to administrative detention without any accusation being brought against him, as he was previously arrested in the occupation detention centers several times .

In this context, the prisoner Rayan, who is currently detained in “Ofer” prison, was arrested on 3/11/2021 after the occupation forces raided his house and interrogated its residents. Additional months, after which he announced his open hunger strike .

The death of a young man from Aqabat Jabr camp, as a result of being shot by the occupation

Ramallah WAFA - This morning, Tuesday, the Ministry of Health announced the death of Ahmed Ibrahim Oweidat (20 years), as a result of critical wounds sustained by live bullets in the head, at dawn today in Aqabat Jaber camp.

Last night, three young men were shot, one of whom was seriously injured, when an Israeli special force "undercover" stormed the Aqabat Jaber camp, south of Jericho.

The "Fatah" movement / the region of Jericho and the Jordan Valley announced a comprehensive strike today, with the exception of the health sector, in mourning for the soul of the martyr Oweidat.

Saudi Arabia An exceptional meeting for Islamic cooperation discusses Israel's violations in Jerusalem

An extraordinary meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation began in the city of Jeddah, western Saudi Arabia, to discuss the Israeli violations at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

An extraordinary meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation was launched on Monday in the city of Jeddah, western Saudi Arabia, to discuss the Israeli violations at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The organization (comprising 57 countries) said in a statement that the extraordinary meeting of its Executive Committee is being held at the request of Indonesia, to discuss "the escalating Israeli violations of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque."

The organization's Secretary-General, Hussein Ibrahim Taha, said during the meeting: "The occupied Palestinian territory in general and the city of Jerusalem in particular is witnessing an unprecedented escalation in the pace of illegal Israeli measures and daily attacks on Islamic and Christian holy sites, especially Al-Aqsa Mosque."

He added: "I addressed several international actors and informed them of the organization's rejection and condemnation of the Israeli occupation's attempts to impose the temporal and spatial division of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque."

He stressed "the need to preserve the historical and legal status quo in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, as it is a place of worship purely for Muslims alone."

Israel usually denies accusations that it constantly faces of trying to change the historical status quo at Al-Aqsa Mosque and impose a spatial and temporal division in it.

The Secretary-General of the organization called on all international actors to assume their responsibilities and engage in sponsoring a political path that leads to ending the Israeli occupation and embodying the establishment of the independent state of Palestine with East Jerusalem as its capital.

And last Friday, the Israeli police stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem, which resulted in confrontations with the Palestinians, injuring 31 of them, two of them seriously.

For days, tension has prevailed in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Squares, as a result of Israeli incursions into the mosque, coinciding with the Jewish Passover, which ended last Thursday, after it lasted for a week.
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