He started it 153 days ago a Palestinian prisoner announces his continuation of his hunger strike He started it 153 days ago a Palestinian prisoner announces his continuation of his hunger strike

He started it 153 days ago a Palestinian prisoner announces his continuation of his hunger strike

He started it 153 days ago a Palestinian prisoner announces his continuation of his hunger strike The Palestinian prisoner to Israel, Khalil Al-Awawda (40 years), announced in a statement published by the Prisoners' Affairs Authority, that he intends to continue his hunger strike. For its part, the Palestinian Prisoners Club warned of a "dangerous presence" that threatens his life.  Palestinian prisoner to Israel, Khalil Al-Awadeh, 40, said Saturday that he is determined to continue his hunger strike, which he started 153 days ago, until the end of his administrative detention.  This came in a statement published by the Prisoners' Affairs Authority (governmental), after Awadeh's wife was able to visit him at the Israeli "Asaf Harofeh" hospital, to which he was transferred, on Thursday.  Al-Awawda said, according to what the commission quoted his wife, Dalal Khalil, as saying: "There is no end to the strike except by obtaining a decision of freedom."  Administrative detention is a military decision to imprison without trial and without clear charge, for a period of up to 6 months, which can be extended.  The prisoner's wife said that he "suffers from weakness and weakness, lack of vision and memory loss, to the extent that he did not recognize her."  The authority stated that the visit was short, and "carried out by and in the presence of the International Committee of the Red Cross, and for a period of half an hour was extended, without allowing the wife to shake hands with her husband or approach him."  On Thursday, the Israeli prison authorities transferred the prisoner Al-Awada from the Ramle prison clinic to the hospital, while the (non-governmental) Palestinian Prisoners Club warned of a "dangerous presence" that threatens his life.  On Saturday, the club suggested that a court session for the prisoner would be held, on Sunday, "after submitting the updated medical report on his health condition."  Al-Awawda's name was mentioned in the ceasefire agreement in Gaza that was signed on the evening of August 7, ending three days of fighting between Israel and the Islamic Jihad movement.  At that time, Daoud Shehab, a spokesman for the Jihad Movement, revealed to Anadolu Agency that the agreement with Israel on a cease-fire was brokered by Egypt, after "Cairo promised to work for the release of the two prisoners, Al-Awawda, and the leader of the movement, Bassam Al-Saadi (arrested on the first of August / this August).

The Palestinian prisoner to Israel, Khalil Al-Awawda (40 years), announced in a statement published by the Prisoners' Affairs Authority, that he intends to continue his hunger strike. For its part, the Palestinian Prisoners Club warned of a "dangerous presence" that threatens his life.

Palestinian prisoner to Israel, Khalil Al-Awadeh, 40, said Saturday that he is determined to continue his hunger strike, which he started 153 days ago, until the end of his administrative detention.

This came in a statement published by the Prisoners' Affairs Authority (governmental), after Awadeh's wife was able to visit him at the Israeli "Asaf Harofeh" hospital, to which he was transferred, on Thursday.

Al-Awawda said, according to what the commission quoted his wife, Dalal Khalil, as saying: "There is no end to the strike except by obtaining a decision of freedom."

Administrative detention is a military decision to imprison without trial and without clear charge, for a period of up to 6 months, which can be extended.

The prisoner's wife said that he "suffers from weakness and weakness, lack of vision and memory loss, to the extent that he did not recognize her."

The authority stated that the visit was short, and "carried out by and in the presence of the International Committee of the Red Cross, and for a period of half an hour was extended, without allowing the wife to shake hands with her husband or approach him."

On Thursday, the Israeli prison authorities transferred the prisoner Al-Awada from the Ramle prison clinic to the hospital, while the (non-governmental) Palestinian Prisoners Club warned of a "dangerous presence" that threatens his life.

On Saturday, the club suggested that a court session for the prisoner would be held, on Sunday, "after submitting the updated medical report on his health condition."

Al-Awawda's name was mentioned in the ceasefire agreement in Gaza that was signed on the evening of August 7, ending three days of fighting between Israel and the Islamic Jihad movement.

At that time, Daoud Shehab, a spokesman for the Jihad Movement, revealed to Anadolu Agency that the agreement with Israel on a cease-fire was brokered by Egypt, after "Cairo promised to work for the release of the two prisoners, Al-Awawda, and the leader of the movement, Bassam Al-Saadi (arrested on the first of August / this August).
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