Kayed al-Fasfous
Palestinian detainees on hunger strike Palestinian administrative detainees Kayed al-Fasfous and Ayad al-Harimi end hunger strike after deal on release

Kayed al-Fasfous and Ayad al-Harimi were on hunger strike for 131 and 60 days respectively. They will be released after the current terms of administrative detention end in December and March

Sami-Al-Amour Ailing Palestinian prisoner dies due to systemic abuse and neglect by Israeli authorities

Prisoner Sami al-Amour suffered from congenital heart disease since birth. He was in the 14th year of his 19-year prison term, during which his health gradually deteriorated leading to his death from years of abuse and medical negligence by the Israeli authorities

Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike Israeli court rejects appeal for release of Palestinian detainee on hunger strike for 126 days

Administrative detainee Kayed al-Fasfous is experiencing severe physical consequences from his prolonged hunger strike, including weight loss, low blood pressure and irregular heartbeat. Doctors have informed his family at the he is at grave risk of sudden death

Hindu sect sued for using forced labour at temples across 5 US states and other stories

Today we look at allegations of forced labour against the BAPS sect in the US, the end of Palestinian detainee Miqdad al-Qawasmeh’s hunger strike, and more

Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike Thousands of Palestinian prisoners reject meals in solidarity with administrative detainees on hunger strike

Seven Palestinian detainees are on hunger strike to protest their illegal administrative detention by Israel under which they can be kept in prison for indefinite periods of times without charge or trial. The policy is being used to currently detain roughly 520 Palestinians

Administrative detention of Miqdad al-Qawasmeh, who is on hunger strike, reactivated

Miqdad al-Qawasmeh has been on hunger strike for 106 days. According to his family, he is experiencing symptoms such as memory loss, body pain and liver issues

Israel reactivates administrative detention for Kayed al-Fasfous, who is on hunger strike

Kayed al-Fasfous, who has been on hunger strike for 108 days, will be in detention until December 14 at least. His health has deteriorated considerably and organizations have warned his life is in danger

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