Adnan, who is currently held in the Ramla prison, started suffering from severe health deterioration, including vomiting blood, sharp pains all over his body, and difficulties in speaking and thinking.
Adnan was detained on Feb. 5 after Israeli forces violently stormed and searched his family house, in Arraba town in Jenin. Since then, he has been engaged in an open-ended hunger strike.
Adnan was arrested 12 times and spent a total of about eight years in Israeli prisons, most of which were under administrative detention.
Administrative detention is ordered by the Israeli military commander and grounded on a “secret file.” Under administrative detention policy, a prisoner is held without charge or trial for up to 6 months which can be renewed.
There are currently 900 Palestinian administrative detainees in Israeli jails, including a woman and five children. 80 percent of whom were previously arrested.
More than 12,000 administrative detention orders were issued over the past nine years, 2,409 of which were issued last year.