#PalHunger | Three administrative detainees: Mohammed Asy, Anas Asy, and Thaer Abdogo on hunger strike

[ PIC 23/11/2013 – 09:49 AM ]

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NABLUS, (PIC)– Three Palestinian administrative detainees in Israeli jails went on hunger strike last Monday 18/11, Ibrahim Al-Araj, the lawyer of the ministry of prisoners, said on Saturday.

He said in a statement that the strikers are Mohammed Asy, Anas Asy, and Thaer Abdo and are all from Beit Lakia village near Ramallah.

He said that now four administrative detainees were on hunger strike protesting their detention without trial or charge.

The lawyer said that the fourth detainee is Akram Fassisi, from Edhna village in Al-Khalil who has been on hunger strike since 29/9.

 



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