"It may continue for days or more." Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with Gaza "It may continue for days or more." Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with Gaza

"It may continue for days or more." Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with Gaza

"It may continue for days or more." Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with Gaza  The official Hebrew channel, Kan, said on Tuesday evening that Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with the Gaza Strip, which "may last for several days."  This came, according to what the channel reported, after the conclusion of a security assessment held by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with the leaders of the army and security services, in light of a new escalation with Gaza.  The channel added that after the end of the security assessment, it has become almost likely that the Israeli army is in the process of responding to the firing of rocket barrages from the Gaza Strip earlier on Tuesday.  The channel quoted a political source familiar with the details of what happened during the evaluation session, which it did not name, as saying, "The Israeli response is expected to be as soon as possible, and that the current round of escalation may continue for days, and perhaps more."  The channel stated that "the Egyptian mediator (it did not name him), and after 3 rockets were fired on Tuesday morning from Gaza towards the adjacent Israeli settlements, he contacted Israeli officials in an attempt to contain the incident, but after the renewal of the missile salvoes, those possibilities receded."  The channel talked about the Israeli army's preparations for the possibility of firing rockets from Lebanon by Palestinian factions.  According to the channel, the residents of the "Gaza cover" settlements have increasingly criticized the Netanyahu government, due to its failure to respond to the rocket fire.  The Israeli army announced that it had monitored the firing of 22 rocket shells from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and 6 mortar shells, which resulted in the injury of 5 people, who were moderately to lightly wounded.  The rocket fire came after official Palestinian and human rights institutions announced the death of Khader Adnan, a leader in the Palestinian "Islamic Jihad" movement, after he went on a hunger strike for 87 days in Israeli prisons.       Gaza The factions avenge the death of Khader Adnan by firing missiles at Israeli settlements  On Tuesday, an Israeli in the Sderot settlement (south) was "seriously injured" as a result of a rocket fall, while the Israeli artillery bombed a military site of the Palestinian factions near the border, east of Gaza City, in response to rocket salvoes launched from the Strip towards a number of settlements.  On Tuesday, the "Joint Room of the Palestinian Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip claimed responsibility for firing rocket barrages at Israeli settlements.  On Tuesday morning, the army announced, in a statement, that it had monitored the launch of "3 rockets from Gaza towards Israel, all of which fell in an open area and were not intercepted, according to the established policy."  This development comes after announcing the death of the captive leader of the Islamic Jihad Movement, Khader Adnan, inside Israeli prisons, after 86 days of his open-ended hunger strike in refusal of his administrative detention.  Administrative detention is a detention decision by an Israeli military order under the pretext of a security threat, without an indictment, and it extends for 6 months, which can be extended.   The joint room said, in a statement: "We declare our responsibility for demolishing the so-called raped settlements around the Gaza Strip with rocket barrages on Tuesday."  She added that these bursts come as "a first response to the assassination of Sheikh Khader Adnan, after an honorable battle of hunger strike that he fought with his empty stomachs, defying the prison and the jailer."  And she added, "This heinous crime will trigger responses from the Palestinian people in all arenas and places of engagement."  The joint room indicated that "the issue of the martyrs and the sacrifices of the prisoners will remain a top priority for the leadership of the resistance in all circumstances."  And warned Israel against "persistence in aggression and committing any crime or foolishness," vowing that "this will not remain unanswered."  For its part, the Israeli army announced, on Tuesday, that it had detected 22 rockets launched from the Gaza Strip.  The army said in a statement: "22 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel, where Iron Dome intercepted four shells, while 16 shells fell in uninhabited areas."  The firing of the rockets was preceded by the sound of warning sirens in the Israeli communities around the Gaza Strip.  And the Israeli news channel "12" said that "a serious injury was recorded when a missile fell on the town of Sderot in southern Israel," without further information.   Earlier on Tuesday, rocket barrages were fired from Gaza City, the north and south of the Strip, towards Israeli settlements.  This was preceded by an Israeli artillery bombardment of two military sites belonging to the Palestinian factions, the first east of Gaza City and the second east of the town of Khuza’a in the southern Strip.  In turn, the Israeli army spokesman, Avichai Adraee, said, on Tuesday, in a statement, that the army tanks opened fire, "following the firing of rocket-propelled grenades from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday morning."  At the time, he added: "The IDF instructs the residents of the Gaza border area and the city of Sderot to stay near the fortified places." The Israeli army did not specify the sites it bombed.  The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation (official) said that there are fears that Palestinians will launch rockets from the Gaza Strip after the death of the prisoner, Khader Adnan, in prison.  It indicated that "a state of high alert has been declared among the forces deployed in the West Bank."  On Tuesday morning, official Palestinian and human rights institutions announced the death of the leader, Adnan, in Israeli prisons.  Adnan, 44, from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin, is one of the leaders of the "Islamic Jihad" movement in the West Bank. He has embarked on an open hunger strike since his arrest on February 5, in protest of his arrest and the charges against him, especially "incitement," according to Nadi. The Palestinian Prisoner (non-governmental).  Adnan went on several previous hunger strikes, in 2012 for 66 days, in 2015 for 52 days, in 2018 for 59 days, and in 2021 for 25 days.         A Palestinian and international demand for Israel to hand over the body of Khader Adnan to his family  On Tuesday, an official Palestinian institution and an international human rights organization called on Israel to hand over the body of Khader Adnan, who passed away on Tuesday morning inside its prisons, to his family.  This came in an exclusive interview conducted by Anadolu Agency with the head of the Palestinian Authority for Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs (governmental), Qadri Abu Bakr, and a statement issued by the International Committee of the Red Cross.  At dawn on Tuesday, official and human rights institutions and the Prisoners' Information Office of the Islamic Jihad Movement announced in separate statements, "The death of Adnan (44 years) after a hunger strike that lasted 86 days in Israeli prisons, rejecting his arbitrary (administrative) detention."   Abu Bakr told Anadolu Agency: "The Palestinian Authority demanded that Israel hand over the body of the prisoner Khader Adnan, for burial in his town (Arraba, west of Jenin, in the northern West Bank)."  He added, "We demanded, through a lawyer, to hand over the body of the martyr Khader Adnan immediately for burial in the Islamic way through his family and in his hometown, but without a response until now (13:00 (GMT))."  The Palestinian official said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs "immediately began procedures to transfer the prisoner's file to the International Criminal Court, considering what happened as a crime of execution, similar to other files previously handed over to the court."  He stated that the Israeli Minister of Internal Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, "acknowledged openly today that he had instructed not to give any food or support to any prisoner who is on hunger strike, and this is a crime that we will not abandon."  Abu Bakr considered the death of the prisoner Adnan "another crime added to the crimes of the occupation and its almost daily executions against the Palestinians."  He said that what happened to the prisoner "is a message from the Israelis to the prisoners that whoever strikes will meet the same fate, in an attempt to deter them from striking, but this will not deter our prisoners, rather they are united towards this neo-fascist government."  Abu Bakr added, "The occupation enjoys European and American support, and had it not been for that, Israel would not have dared and continued its policy of assassination, oppression and subjugation of our people and considered itself above the law, and nothing would stop it except a decisive European and American position."  In turn, the International Committee of the Red Cross called on the Israeli authorities to return the body of the prisoner, Khader Adnan.  The committee said in a statement that reached Anadolu Agency: "We call on the Israeli authorities to return the body of Mr. Adnan so that his family can mourn and arrange a dignified burial ceremony in accordance with their customs and beliefs."  And she expressed her willingness to "provide support in order to return Adnan's body, if requested by the concerned parties, and in accordance with the humanitarian tasks assigned to her."  The committee indicated, "It has been in constant contact with the relevant authorities regarding Adnan's arrest and his hunger strike since last February."  She pointed out that her delegates "visited Adnan four times in March and April 2023, and informed his family of his news."  Khader Adnan is one of the leaders of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, and he is from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin. He has embarked on an open hunger strike since his arrest on February 5, in rejection of his arrest and the charges against him, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Club.  Adnan went through several previous hunger strikes: in 2012 for a period of 66 days, in 2015 for a period of 52 days, in 2018 for a period of 59 days, and in 2021 for a period of 25 days.  Administrative detention is a detention decision by an Israeli military order under the pretext of a security threat, without filing an indictment, and it extends for 6 months, subject to extension.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

The official Hebrew channel, Kan, said on Tuesday evening that Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with the Gaza Strip, which "may last for several days."

This came, according to what the channel reported, after the conclusion of a security assessment held by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with the leaders of the army and security services, in light of a new escalation with Gaza.

The channel added that after the end of the security assessment, it has become almost likely that the Israeli army is in the process of responding to the firing of rocket barrages from the Gaza Strip earlier on Tuesday.

The channel quoted a political source familiar with the details of what happened during the evaluation session, which it did not name, as saying, "The Israeli response is expected to be as soon as possible, and that the current round of escalation may continue for days, and perhaps more."

The channel stated that "the Egyptian mediator (it did not name him), and after 3 rockets were fired on Tuesday morning from Gaza towards the adjacent Israeli settlements, he contacted Israeli officials in an attempt to contain the incident, but after the renewal of the missile salvoes, those possibilities receded."

The channel talked about the Israeli army's preparations for the possibility of firing rockets from Lebanon by Palestinian factions.

According to the channel, the residents of the "Gaza cover" settlements have increasingly criticized the Netanyahu government, due to its failure to respond to the rocket fire.

The Israeli army announced that it had monitored the firing of 22 rocket shells from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and 6 mortar shells, which resulted in the injury of 5 people, who were moderately to lightly wounded.

The rocket fire came after official Palestinian and human rights institutions announced the death of Khader Adnan, a leader in the Palestinian "Islamic Jihad" movement, after he went on a hunger strike for 87 days in Israeli prisons.


Gaza The factions avenge the death of Khader Adnan by firing missiles at Israeli settlements

On Tuesday, an Israeli in the Sderot settlement (south) was "seriously injured" as a result of a rocket fall, while the Israeli artillery bombed a military site of the Palestinian factions near the border, east of Gaza City, in response to rocket salvoes launched from the Strip towards a number of settlements.

On Tuesday, the "Joint Room of the Palestinian Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip claimed responsibility for firing rocket barrages at Israeli settlements.

On Tuesday morning, the army announced, in a statement, that it had monitored the launch of "3 rockets from Gaza towards Israel, all of which fell in an open area and were not intercepted, according to the established policy."

This development comes after announcing the death of the captive leader of the Islamic Jihad Movement, Khader Adnan, inside Israeli prisons, after 86 days of his open-ended hunger strike in refusal of his administrative detention.

Administrative detention is a detention decision by an Israeli military order under the pretext of a security threat, without an indictment, and it extends for 6 months, which can be extended.

The joint room said, in a statement: "We declare our responsibility for demolishing the so-called raped settlements around the Gaza Strip with rocket barrages on Tuesday."

She added that these bursts come as "a first response to the assassination of Sheikh Khader Adnan, after an honorable battle of hunger strike that he fought with his empty stomachs, defying the prison and the jailer."

And she added, "This heinous crime will trigger responses from the Palestinian people in all arenas and places of engagement."

The joint room indicated that "the issue of the martyrs and the sacrifices of the prisoners will remain a top priority for the leadership of the resistance in all circumstances."

And warned Israel against "persistence in aggression and committing any crime or foolishness," vowing that "this will not remain unanswered."

For its part, the Israeli army announced, on Tuesday, that it had detected 22 rockets launched from the Gaza Strip.

The army said in a statement: "22 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel, where Iron Dome intercepted four shells, while 16 shells fell in uninhabited areas."

The firing of the rockets was preceded by the sound of warning sirens in the Israeli communities around the Gaza Strip.

And the Israeli news channel "12" said that "a serious injury was recorded when a missile fell on the town of Sderot in southern Israel," without further information.

Earlier on Tuesday, rocket barrages were fired from Gaza City, the north and south of the Strip, towards Israeli settlements.

This was preceded by an Israeli artillery bombardment of two military sites belonging to the Palestinian factions, the first east of Gaza City and the second east of the town of Khuza’a in the southern Strip.

In turn, the Israeli army spokesman, Avichai Adraee, said, on Tuesday, in a statement, that the army tanks opened fire, "following the firing of rocket-propelled grenades from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday morning."

At the time, he added: "The IDF instructs the residents of the Gaza border area and the city of Sderot to stay near the fortified places." The Israeli army did not specify the sites it bombed.

The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation (official) said that there are fears that Palestinians will launch rockets from the Gaza Strip after the death of the prisoner, Khader Adnan, in prison.

It indicated that "a state of high alert has been declared among the forces deployed in the West Bank."

On Tuesday morning, official Palestinian and human rights institutions announced the death of the leader, Adnan, in Israeli prisons.

Adnan, 44, from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin, is one of the leaders of the "Islamic Jihad" movement in the West Bank. He has embarked on an open hunger strike since his arrest on February 5, in protest of his arrest and the charges against him, especially "incitement," according to Nadi. The Palestinian Prisoner (non-governmental).

Adnan went on several previous hunger strikes, in 2012 for 66 days, in 2015 for 52 days, in 2018 for 59 days, and in 2021 for 25 days.



"It may continue for days or more." Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with Gaza  The official Hebrew channel, Kan, said on Tuesday evening that Israel is preparing for a round of escalation with the Gaza Strip, which "may last for several days."  This came, according to what the channel reported, after the conclusion of a security assessment held by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with the leaders of the army and security services, in light of a new escalation with Gaza.  The channel added that after the end of the security assessment, it has become almost likely that the Israeli army is in the process of responding to the firing of rocket barrages from the Gaza Strip earlier on Tuesday.  The channel quoted a political source familiar with the details of what happened during the evaluation session, which it did not name, as saying, "The Israeli response is expected to be as soon as possible, and that the current round of escalation may continue for days, and perhaps more."  The channel stated that "the Egyptian mediator (it did not name him), and after 3 rockets were fired on Tuesday morning from Gaza towards the adjacent Israeli settlements, he contacted Israeli officials in an attempt to contain the incident, but after the renewal of the missile salvoes, those possibilities receded."  The channel talked about the Israeli army's preparations for the possibility of firing rockets from Lebanon by Palestinian factions.  According to the channel, the residents of the "Gaza cover" settlements have increasingly criticized the Netanyahu government, due to its failure to respond to the rocket fire.  The Israeli army announced that it had monitored the firing of 22 rocket shells from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and 6 mortar shells, which resulted in the injury of 5 people, who were moderately to lightly wounded.  The rocket fire came after official Palestinian and human rights institutions announced the death of Khader Adnan, a leader in the Palestinian "Islamic Jihad" movement, after he went on a hunger strike for 87 days in Israeli prisons.       Gaza The factions avenge the death of Khader Adnan by firing missiles at Israeli settlements  On Tuesday, an Israeli in the Sderot settlement (south) was "seriously injured" as a result of a rocket fall, while the Israeli artillery bombed a military site of the Palestinian factions near the border, east of Gaza City, in response to rocket salvoes launched from the Strip towards a number of settlements.  On Tuesday, the "Joint Room of the Palestinian Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip claimed responsibility for firing rocket barrages at Israeli settlements.  On Tuesday morning, the army announced, in a statement, that it had monitored the launch of "3 rockets from Gaza towards Israel, all of which fell in an open area and were not intercepted, according to the established policy."  This development comes after announcing the death of the captive leader of the Islamic Jihad Movement, Khader Adnan, inside Israeli prisons, after 86 days of his open-ended hunger strike in refusal of his administrative detention.  Administrative detention is a detention decision by an Israeli military order under the pretext of a security threat, without an indictment, and it extends for 6 months, which can be extended.   The joint room said, in a statement: "We declare our responsibility for demolishing the so-called raped settlements around the Gaza Strip with rocket barrages on Tuesday."  She added that these bursts come as "a first response to the assassination of Sheikh Khader Adnan, after an honorable battle of hunger strike that he fought with his empty stomachs, defying the prison and the jailer."  And she added, "This heinous crime will trigger responses from the Palestinian people in all arenas and places of engagement."  The joint room indicated that "the issue of the martyrs and the sacrifices of the prisoners will remain a top priority for the leadership of the resistance in all circumstances."  And warned Israel against "persistence in aggression and committing any crime or foolishness," vowing that "this will not remain unanswered."  For its part, the Israeli army announced, on Tuesday, that it had detected 22 rockets launched from the Gaza Strip.  The army said in a statement: "22 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel, where Iron Dome intercepted four shells, while 16 shells fell in uninhabited areas."  The firing of the rockets was preceded by the sound of warning sirens in the Israeli communities around the Gaza Strip.  And the Israeli news channel "12" said that "a serious injury was recorded when a missile fell on the town of Sderot in southern Israel," without further information.   Earlier on Tuesday, rocket barrages were fired from Gaza City, the north and south of the Strip, towards Israeli settlements.  This was preceded by an Israeli artillery bombardment of two military sites belonging to the Palestinian factions, the first east of Gaza City and the second east of the town of Khuza’a in the southern Strip.  In turn, the Israeli army spokesman, Avichai Adraee, said, on Tuesday, in a statement, that the army tanks opened fire, "following the firing of rocket-propelled grenades from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday morning."  At the time, he added: "The IDF instructs the residents of the Gaza border area and the city of Sderot to stay near the fortified places." The Israeli army did not specify the sites it bombed.  The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation (official) said that there are fears that Palestinians will launch rockets from the Gaza Strip after the death of the prisoner, Khader Adnan, in prison.  It indicated that "a state of high alert has been declared among the forces deployed in the West Bank."  On Tuesday morning, official Palestinian and human rights institutions announced the death of the leader, Adnan, in Israeli prisons.  Adnan, 44, from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin, is one of the leaders of the "Islamic Jihad" movement in the West Bank. He has embarked on an open hunger strike since his arrest on February 5, in protest of his arrest and the charges against him, especially "incitement," according to Nadi. The Palestinian Prisoner (non-governmental).  Adnan went on several previous hunger strikes, in 2012 for 66 days, in 2015 for 52 days, in 2018 for 59 days, and in 2021 for 25 days.         A Palestinian and international demand for Israel to hand over the body of Khader Adnan to his family  On Tuesday, an official Palestinian institution and an international human rights organization called on Israel to hand over the body of Khader Adnan, who passed away on Tuesday morning inside its prisons, to his family.  This came in an exclusive interview conducted by Anadolu Agency with the head of the Palestinian Authority for Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs (governmental), Qadri Abu Bakr, and a statement issued by the International Committee of the Red Cross.  At dawn on Tuesday, official and human rights institutions and the Prisoners' Information Office of the Islamic Jihad Movement announced in separate statements, "The death of Adnan (44 years) after a hunger strike that lasted 86 days in Israeli prisons, rejecting his arbitrary (administrative) detention."   Abu Bakr told Anadolu Agency: "The Palestinian Authority demanded that Israel hand over the body of the prisoner Khader Adnan, for burial in his town (Arraba, west of Jenin, in the northern West Bank)."  He added, "We demanded, through a lawyer, to hand over the body of the martyr Khader Adnan immediately for burial in the Islamic way through his family and in his hometown, but without a response until now (13:00 (GMT))."  The Palestinian official said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs "immediately began procedures to transfer the prisoner's file to the International Criminal Court, considering what happened as a crime of execution, similar to other files previously handed over to the court."  He stated that the Israeli Minister of Internal Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, "acknowledged openly today that he had instructed not to give any food or support to any prisoner who is on hunger strike, and this is a crime that we will not abandon."  Abu Bakr considered the death of the prisoner Adnan "another crime added to the crimes of the occupation and its almost daily executions against the Palestinians."  He said that what happened to the prisoner "is a message from the Israelis to the prisoners that whoever strikes will meet the same fate, in an attempt to deter them from striking, but this will not deter our prisoners, rather they are united towards this neo-fascist government."  Abu Bakr added, "The occupation enjoys European and American support, and had it not been for that, Israel would not have dared and continued its policy of assassination, oppression and subjugation of our people and considered itself above the law, and nothing would stop it except a decisive European and American position."  In turn, the International Committee of the Red Cross called on the Israeli authorities to return the body of the prisoner, Khader Adnan.  The committee said in a statement that reached Anadolu Agency: "We call on the Israeli authorities to return the body of Mr. Adnan so that his family can mourn and arrange a dignified burial ceremony in accordance with their customs and beliefs."  And she expressed her willingness to "provide support in order to return Adnan's body, if requested by the concerned parties, and in accordance with the humanitarian tasks assigned to her."  The committee indicated, "It has been in constant contact with the relevant authorities regarding Adnan's arrest and his hunger strike since last February."  She pointed out that her delegates "visited Adnan four times in March and April 2023, and informed his family of his news."  Khader Adnan is one of the leaders of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, and he is from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin. He has embarked on an open hunger strike since his arrest on February 5, in rejection of his arrest and the charges against him, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Club.  Adnan went through several previous hunger strikes: in 2012 for a period of 66 days, in 2015 for a period of 52 days, in 2018 for a period of 59 days, and in 2021 for a period of 25 days.  Administrative detention is a detention decision by an Israeli military order under the pretext of a security threat, without filing an indictment, and it extends for 6 months, subject to extension.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

A Palestinian and international demand for Israel to hand over the body of Khader Adnan to his family

On Tuesday, an official Palestinian institution and an international human rights organization called on Israel to hand over the body of Khader Adnan, who passed away on Tuesday morning inside its prisons, to his family.

This came in an exclusive interview conducted by Anadolu Agency with the head of the Palestinian Authority for Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs (governmental), Qadri Abu Bakr, and a statement issued by the International Committee of the Red Cross.

At dawn on Tuesday, official and human rights institutions and the Prisoners' Information Office of the Islamic Jihad Movement announced in separate statements, "The death of Adnan (44 years) after a hunger strike that lasted 86 days in Israeli prisons, rejecting his arbitrary (administrative) detention."

Abu Bakr told Anadolu Agency: "The Palestinian Authority demanded that Israel hand over the body of the prisoner Khader Adnan, for burial in his town (Arraba, west of Jenin, in the northern West Bank)."

He added, "We demanded, through a lawyer, to hand over the body of the martyr Khader Adnan immediately for burial in the Islamic way through his family and in his hometown, but without a response until now (13:00 (GMT))."

The Palestinian official said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs "immediately began procedures to transfer the prisoner's file to the International Criminal Court, considering what happened as a crime of execution, similar to other files previously handed over to the court."

He stated that the Israeli Minister of Internal Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, "acknowledged openly today that he had instructed not to give any food or support to any prisoner who is on hunger strike, and this is a crime that we will not abandon."

Abu Bakr considered the death of the prisoner Adnan "another crime added to the crimes of the occupation and its almost daily executions against the Palestinians."

He said that what happened to the prisoner "is a message from the Israelis to the prisoners that whoever strikes will meet the same fate, in an attempt to deter them from striking, but this will not deter our prisoners, rather they are united towards this neo-fascist government."

Abu Bakr added, "The occupation enjoys European and American support, and had it not been for that, Israel would not have dared and continued its policy of assassination, oppression and subjugation of our people and considered itself above the law, and nothing would stop it except a decisive European and American position."

In turn, the International Committee of the Red Cross called on the Israeli authorities to return the body of the prisoner, Khader Adnan.

The committee said in a statement that reached Anadolu Agency: "We call on the Israeli authorities to return the body of Mr. Adnan so that his family can mourn and arrange a dignified burial ceremony in accordance with their customs and beliefs."

And she expressed her willingness to "provide support in order to return Adnan's body, if requested by the concerned parties, and in accordance with the humanitarian tasks assigned to her."

The committee indicated, "It has been in constant contact with the relevant authorities regarding Adnan's arrest and his hunger strike since last February."

She pointed out that her delegates "visited Adnan four times in March and April 2023, and informed his family of his news."

Khader Adnan is one of the leaders of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, and he is from the town of Arraba, west of Jenin. He has embarked on an open hunger strike since his arrest on February 5, in rejection of his arrest and the charges against him, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Club.

Adnan went through several previous hunger strikes: in 2012 for a period of 66 days, in 2015 for a period of 52 days, in 2018 for a period of 59 days, and in 2021 for a period of 25 days.

Administrative detention is a detention decision by an Israeli military order under the pretext of a security threat, without filing an indictment, and it extends for 6 months, subject to extension.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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