NABLUS, (PIC)– Director of Ahrar center Fouad Al-Khafsh said the Israeli offer to end the solitary confinement of only two Palestinian prisoners does not meet the purpose for which the detainees staged their hunger strike.
In a press release on Thursday, Khafsh stated that the Israeli prison authority want to give partial solutions by offering some concessions, which is rejected by the hunger strikers.
The activist opined that the Israeli jailers would not be able to withstand longer before the fortitude of the hunger strikers and their determination to extract all their legitimate rights.
The Israeli prison authority, Shabas, leaked its readiness to end the isolation of prisoners Mahmoud Issa and journalist Waleed Khaled in order to urge the hunger strikes into ending their strike.
For its part, the international Tadamun (solidarity) society for human rights said the prisoners in Hadarim jail decided to join the hunger strike partly.
Spokesman for Tadamun Ahmed Al-Betawi said that the leadership of the captive movement in Hadarim prison agreed on a plan to help the prisoners join the hunger strike through their participation in the hunger strike at a rate of three days every week.
Betawi noted that the prisoners in Hadarim fell behind the other hunger strikers because of the poor coordination between prisons and the transfers carried out by Israeli jailers against leaders of the captive movement.
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