The security services break up the sit-ins in solidarity with the mute prisoner, and the jihad is denounced
Jerusalem24 – Tuesday evening, the Palestinian security forces broke up a solidarity sit-in with the prisoner Maher Al-Akhras, who has entered his 80th day on hunger strike in protest against his administrative detention, inside the Red Cross headquarters in Ramallah, Jenin and Tulkarem at the same time.
Local sources reported that a large Palestinian security force raided the headquarters of the Red Cross in Al-Bireh after cutting off the electricity to the headquarters and drove out the activists staying in there, and also expelled the protesters from the headquarters of the ICRC in Jenin as well as Tulkarem.
The security services did not explain the reasons for the dispersal of the sit-ins and expelling the activists from the Red Cross headquarters in Ramallah, Jenin and Tulkarm.
The lawyer of the prisoner, Maher Al-Akhras, warned of his death at any time after his has health deteriorated after 80 days of hunger strike inside the prisons of Israel.