Hunger-striking Palestinian Detainee on Brink of Martyrdom, Ministry Warns
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His hunger strike is a means of objection to the crime of ‘administrative detention’ practived against him. The ministry demanded that he be urgently transferred to a civilian hospital.
On Friday, the ‘Israeli’ occupation prison administration transferred al-Fasfous to solitary confinement in Askalan Prison.
On Wednesday, the ‘Israeli’ occupation military court in “Ofer” rejected the appeal submitted by al-Fasfous in objection of his ‘administrative detention.’
The Palestinian Prisoners Club said the occupation court's decision resembles a death sentence against him, especially after 50 days of hunger strike and the consequent deterioration in his health condition.
The Club explained that al-Fasfous is facing harsh detention conditions, in addition to the systematic abuse he has been subjected to since he initiated his hunger strike.