The Palestinian Maan News Agency reported on Tuesday that the Prisoners Media Center announced that 2200 Palestinian detainees in the Israeli Negev Detention camp began a hunger strike on Tuesday.

The detainees decided to go on hunger strike in protest to the mistreatment and collective punishment they face in detention.
The Media Center reported that the detainees in ten sections at the facility are barred from their visitation rights.
The administration decided to bar hem from their visitation rights after they held a celebration for Fateh movement marking the 41st anniversary of its founding.