Activists, journalists and women were picked up by the Israeli forces and placed under administrative detention in the latest crackdown
The inmates of Ashkelon jail went on hunger strike against the destruction of their property by prison authorities and the desecration of copies of the Quran
Ahmed Ghannam’s decision to end the hunger strike came after the Israeli high court ordered his release after the completion of his current detention period. Five other detainees continue their hunger strikes
While 23 Palestinians have been on a hunger strike since Tuesday, 120 more have joined their cause, demanding public phones, the removal of jamming devices and the return of the 23 prisoners who have been placed under solitary confinement.
Mohammed Nidal Abu Aker, Mohammed Attia Hassanat and Huzaifa Halabiya, who are detained in the Negev prison without charges or evidence, joined the hunger strike