Despite his deteriorating health, Israel continues to detain a prisoner who has been on hunger strike for 78 days Despite his deteriorating health, Israel continues to detain a prisoner who has been on hunger strike for 78 days

Despite his deteriorating health, Israel continues to detain a prisoner who has been on hunger strike for 78 days

Despite his deteriorating health, Israel continues to detain a prisoner who has been on hunger strike for 78 days The Palestinian Prisoners Club said that an Israeli court refused to release the prisoner, Khader Adnan, after he applied for his release due to the deterioration of his health as a result of his 78-day strike, noting that Adnan lost consciousness several times during the session.  On Sunday, an Israeli military court rejected a request to release Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan, after his health deteriorated as a result of his 78-day hunger strike.  The Palestinian Prisoners Club (non-governmental) said in a statement, "The occupation court rejected Adnan's lawyer's request to release him on bail."  The club added, "Adnan attended the court session via video conference technology, and lost consciousness several times during the session."  He stated that "the Palestinian detainee has reached a very dangerous health stage, yet the occupation authorities continue to detain him in prison clinics and refuse to transfer him to a civilian hospital, or to allow his family to visit him."  For her part, the media coordinator of the Prisoners' Club, Amani Saraneh, said that several sessions have been held for Adnan's trial since his arrest, but the last session was at the request of his lawyer due to the deterioration of his health as a result of the hunger strike.  Saraneh indicated, in a statement to Anadolu Agency, that the Israeli authorities "accuse Adnan of membership in the Islamic Jihad movement and participation in anti-occupation activities," accusations rejected by the Palestinian prisoner.  Khader Adnan, 44, from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin, embarked on a hunger strike, the sixth in recent years and the longest, since his arrest on February 5, in rejection of his arrest and the charges against him, according to the Prisoners' Club.        On the third day of Eid Israeli obstacles to the movement of Palestinians in Jericho Palestinians suffer from obstacles imposed by the Israeli occupation in the vicinity of the city of Jericho in the West Bank, where it set up military checkpoints at its entrances on the third day of Eid al-Fitr, while Palestinian media said that two young men were injured while repelling an attack by Israeli settlers east of Ramallah.  On Sunday, the Israeli army tightened its military measures around the city of Jericho, in the central West Bank, and set up military checkpoints at its entrances, impeding the movement of Palestinians leaving and coming to it on the third day of Eid al-Fitr.  Palestine TV (governmental) said, "The occupation obstructs the movement of citizens and continues to close all entrances to Jericho and erect military checkpoints for the second day in a row."  The television referred to "the arrest of a Palestinian youth at the southern checkpoint of the city."  Activists on social networks published pictures and videos of queues of cars on both sides of the military checkpoints, and others of Palestinians preparing meals for the stranded.  The city of Jericho witnesses an active movement during the holidays, and it is visited by Palestinians from the governorates of the West Bank, Jerusalem and Israel, due to the large number of parks and recreational places.  For his part, an eyewitness told Anadolu Agency that hundreds of cars are standing in lines of hundreds of meters in length because of the Israeli checkpoints at the entrance to the city.  He added that the Israeli army "has been subjecting, since Saturday morning, those leaving the city to inspection and checking their ID cards, and to a lesser extent those entering the city, which has caused massive congestion."  On the other hand, the official Palestinian News Agency said that two young men were injured during an attempt to repel an attack by Israeli settlers on the town of Deir Dibwan, east of Ramallah (center).  The agency added that "settlers raided the Sheikh Ammar area in the town under the protection of the Israeli occupation army, and the young men confronted them, which led to the injury of two young men in the head and face."  According to data from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Israeli settlers carried out 160 attacks on Palestinians and their property from the beginning of this year until late March.

The Palestinian Prisoners Club said that an Israeli court refused to release the prisoner, Khader Adnan, after he applied for his release due to the deterioration of his health as a result of his 78-day strike, noting that Adnan lost consciousness several times during the session.

On Sunday, an Israeli military court rejected a request to release Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan, after his health deteriorated as a result of his 78-day hunger strike.

The Palestinian Prisoners Club (non-governmental) said in a statement, "The occupation court rejected Adnan's lawyer's request to release him on bail."

The club added, "Adnan attended the court session via video conference technology, and lost consciousness several times during the session."

He stated that "the Palestinian detainee has reached a very dangerous health stage, yet the occupation authorities continue to detain him in prison clinics and refuse to transfer him to a civilian hospital, or to allow his family to visit him."

For her part, the media coordinator of the Prisoners' Club, Amani Saraneh, said that several sessions have been held for Adnan's trial since his arrest, but the last session was at the request of his lawyer due to the deterioration of his health as a result of the hunger strike.

Saraneh indicated, in a statement to Anadolu Agency, that the Israeli authorities "accuse Adnan of membership in the Islamic Jihad movement and participation in anti-occupation activities," accusations rejected by the Palestinian prisoner.

Khader Adnan, 44, from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin, embarked on a hunger strike, the sixth in recent years and the longest, since his arrest on February 5, in rejection of his arrest and the charges against him, according to the Prisoners' Club.


On the third day of Eid Israeli obstacles to the movement of Palestinians in Jericho

Palestinians suffer from obstacles imposed by the Israeli occupation in the vicinity of the city of Jericho in the West Bank, where it set up military checkpoints at its entrances on the third day of Eid al-Fitr, while Palestinian media said that two young men were injured while repelling an attack by Israeli settlers east of Ramallah.

On Sunday, the Israeli army tightened its military measures around the city of Jericho, in the central West Bank, and set up military checkpoints at its entrances, impeding the movement of Palestinians leaving and coming to it on the third day of Eid al-Fitr.

Palestine TV (governmental) said, "The occupation obstructs the movement of citizens and continues to close all entrances to Jericho and erect military checkpoints for the second day in a row."

The television referred to "the arrest of a Palestinian youth at the southern checkpoint of the city."

Activists on social networks published pictures and videos of queues of cars on both sides of the military checkpoints, and others of Palestinians preparing meals for the stranded.

The city of Jericho witnesses an active movement during the holidays, and it is visited by Palestinians from the governorates of the West Bank, Jerusalem and Israel, due to the large number of parks and recreational places.

For his part, an eyewitness told Anadolu Agency that hundreds of cars are standing in lines of hundreds of meters in length because of the Israeli checkpoints at the entrance to the city.

He added that the Israeli army "has been subjecting, since Saturday morning, those leaving the city to inspection and checking their ID cards, and to a lesser extent those entering the city, which has caused massive congestion."

On the other hand, the official Palestinian News Agency said that two young men were injured during an attempt to repel an attack by Israeli settlers on the town of Deir Dibwan, east of Ramallah (center).

The agency added that "settlers raided the Sheikh Ammar area in the town under the protection of the Israeli occupation army, and the young men confronted them, which led to the injury of two young men in the head and face."

According to data from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Israeli settlers carried out 160 attacks on Palestinians and their property from the beginning of this year until late March.


Jordanian Foreign Ministry: We are following up on Israel's arrest of Representative Imad Al-Adwan

On Sunday evening, the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement, commenting on the Israeli authorities' arrest of Representative Imad Al-Adwan.

The official spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sinan Al-Majali, said that the ministry, in coordination with all concerned parties, is following up the case of Representative Imad Al-Adwan, who was arrested by the Israeli authorities for interrogation on the background of an alleged smuggling of quantities of weapons and gold.

Majali said that the ministry, in cooperation with the concerned agencies in the Kingdom, is working to find out the merits of the situation and address it as soon as possible.

On Sunday, the Israeli authorities claimed that they had thwarted "an attempt to smuggle weapons across the Allenby Bridge into the West Bank, which were in the possession of a member of the Jordanian parliament."

Hebrew sources said, "3 bags containing 12 long weapons, 270 curly weapons, 167 glock guns, and 100 kilograms of gold were seized."

The sources added that members of parliament are not usually inspected, but information was received by customs about the inspection.
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