Eighth day. 1500 prisoners continue hunger strike


Palestinian sources said that the Israeli occupation’s prisons Bureau did not start any negotiations with nearly 1500 detainees in its prisons are continuing their strike to open the eighth consecutive day.

According to Reuters, the Palestinian prisoner Club President stressed “” qaddura fares benefit the occupation prisons, not only did not open a dialogue with the striking prisoners, but are non-prisoners on hunger strike threat to prevent them from entering, with no comment from stakeholders about the hunger strike of prisoners.

It is worth mentioning that the Palestinian statistics indicate that approximately 6500 “” prisoners are deployed on 22 prisons and detention centre, including “300” child and 62 detained, 1500 of them engaged during the past eight days of strike.