Jerusalem24 – The Palestinian Prisoners Club confirmed that the two prisoners, Maher Delaysha and Alaa El-Din Ali Qasim, suspended their open hunger strike, which lasted for 16 days, in protest of their administrative detention.
The Prisoner’s Club clarified in a press statement today, Thursday, that the 46-year-old Delaysha had started his strike, after the Israeli authorities issued an administrative detention order against him on the day he was supposed to be released. The Israeli authorities arrested him on March 23, 2021, and issued two administrative detention orders against him for a period of four months, knowing that he is married and the father of five children.
He pointed out that 38-year-old Qasim, spent a total of three and a half years in captivity, and the occupation re-arrested him in January, and issued two administrative detention orders against him for a period of 6 months, and the first order ended last July, and he is married and a father of three children.
It is noteworthy that the number of prisoners who continue their hunger strike to refuse their administrative detention has reached (14) prisoners.