6 Palestinian prisoners remain on hunger strike against administrative detention

Six Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons continue their open hunger strike in protest of their  administrative detention.

Asra Media Office stated that the prisoner Kayed al-Fosfus has been on strike for 95 days.

The occupation police and the security of the Israeli "Barzilai" Hospital  on Friday evening expelled the family of a phosphorus striker, under the pretext of preventing patients from visiting after seven in the evening.

The Supreme Court of the occupation issued a decision to freeze the administrative detention of the phosphorous prisoner after 92 days of the strike.

It is noteworthy that the Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Authority warned of the dangerous health conditions of the striking prisoners, especially the prisoners of Qawasma and phosphorous.

It is noteworthy that the number of administrative prisoners reached about 550, including four children.

Source : Safa