Six Palestinian prisoners continue their open hunger strike, protesting against their administrative detention inside the Israeli occupation prisons, with Khalil Awawda completing 109 days, and Raed Rayan Al -Muddar 74 days.
The health condition of the prisoner Awawda, 40, continues to deteriorate inside Asaf Harva hospital, as he lost more than 30 kg of his weight, in addition to having hearing and vision problems. Medics fear that he could face a sudden relapse, or brain damage.
The prisoner Ryan, 27, from Jerusalem, is also suffering from severe weight loss, and general weakness.
In addition to Awawda and Rayan, four prisoners continue their hunger strike, including:
-Yaqub Ghawadre from Jenin. He completed 19 days of hunger strike, protesting against his continue his isolation inside Ohlikdar. He was sentenced to life imprisonment twice and 35 years.
– Zakaria Al -Zubaidi, from Jenin camp. He completed 15 days of hunger strike in support of the detainees, Awawda and Rayan. He is held inside Elon -Ramla prison.
– Abdullah Al -Barghouthi from the town of Beit Rima, northwest of Ramallah. He completed 10 days of hunger strike, protesting against his continuous isolation since the end of May. He is sentenced to 67 years imprisonment, which is the longest sentence in the history of Palestinian prisoners in the occupation prisons.
– Mohamed Nawara, from Ramallah. He has been on hunger strike for six days, protesting against his ongoing isolation for 11 months inside Raymond prison, where he is spending his life imprisonment sentence.
Until the end of May, the number of Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons has reached 4600, including 31 women, 172 children, 682 administrative detainees, 500 sick prisoners, and 551 prisoners who are sentenced to life imprisonment, in addition to 214 prisoners have been imprisoned for 20 years or more.