Palestinian prisoner Miqdad al-Qawasmi has ended his 113-day hunger strike after striking a deal with Israeli authorities.
The agreement, which would see him released in February, saw al-Qawasmi end his hunger strike on Thursday, 11 November.
Miqdad has been in administrative detention, with no trial or indictment, since January.
There are also five other prisoners who have been on hunger strike for different periods in protest at their administrative detentions.
They are Kayed al-Fasfous, Alaa al-Araj, Hisham Abu Hawash, Ayyad al-Harimi and Louay al-Ashqar.
Israel’s widely condemned policy of administrative detention allows the Israeli military to hold Palestinians in prison indefinitely without charge or trial in violation of international law.
Last month, UN experts expressed grave fear for the lives of the hunger strikers, and called on Israel to either release or charge the prisoners, and to completely end its unlawful practice of administrative detention.
“In violation of international law, Israel continues to use administrative detention to imprison more than 500 Palestinians — including six children — without charges, without trials, without convictions, all based on classified secret information that the detainees have no access to,” the experts said. “They have no recourse to challenging these undisclosed allegations, and they do not know when, or if, they are going to be released.”