Palestinian prisoners held inside Israeli occupation prisons suffer from health, living and psychological conditions of detention, while being deprived of all their rights guaranteed in all international agreements.
Administrative detainees are detained without charge or trial, based on a secret file that neither the detainee nor his lawyer have access to, and it is renewable for unlimited times.
The Palestinian prisoner in the Israeli occupation prisons, Ahmed Al-Herimi, continues his open hunger strike for the ninth consecutive day in protest against his administrative detention.
On July 04, 2022, Al-Harimi was arrested under an administrative detention order for six months in Ofer Prison.
Al-Harimi, married and father of two children, suffers from kidney problems, and has undergone several operations before.
Al-Harimi has another brother, Sami, who is 18 years d
Old and has been administratively detained for more than a year, thus spending the years of his childhood in administrative detention.
Out of 4600 detainees held in Israeli prisons, there is 682 prisoners held under administrative detention, and since 1967 the number of administrative detention is more than 54000 decisions against Palestinian prisoners.