A prisoner begins a hunger strike, rreject his administrative detention

The Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Committee on Tuesday reported that the prisoner Shadi Abu Aker, 37, from Aida refugee camp in Bethlehem in the southern occupied West Bank, started an open-ended hunger strike 6 days ago in protest against his administrative detention.

The commission indicated in a statement reached Safa that the occupation army had arrested Abu Akar on September 10, 2020 and an administrative detention order was issued against him and it was renewed again, while it is currently holding him inside the cells of the Ofer prison.

After the prisoner Abu Akar announced his strike, the number of prisoners who are on hunger strike has risen to 7, the oldest of whom is the captive Kayed al-Fosfus from Dura, Hebron District, who is on strike for the 48th day in a row.

Source : Safa