Palestinian prisoners’ battle of empty stomachs continues in protest against the occupation’s crimes

To reiterate their protest against the continuous crimes of the Israeli occupation, six Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli jails continue with their hunger strike.

According to Hasan Abed Rabbo, the media advisor for the Palestinian Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Commission, the prisoners are suffering from a deteriorating health condition, demonstrated in pains in all parts of their bodies, exhaustion, notable weight loss and sharp decrease in fluids and salt.

The prisoners are Kayed Al-Fasfous who has been on hunger strike for 66 days, Mikdad Al-Qawasmeh for 59 days, Alaa Al-Araj for 41 days, Hiusham Abu Hawash for 33 days, Rayeq Bsharat for 28 days and Shadi Abu Aker for 25 days.

 Hamda Mustafa

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