The Palestinian Committee of Detainees and Ex-Detainees has reported, Thursday, that five detainees from Hebron governorate, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, have suspended their hunger strike after reaching an agreement with the Israeli Prison Service, ending their arbitrary Administrative Detention, without charges or trial.

The Committee stated that the detainees, including two siblings, are held in the Ramon Israeli prison, and added that the agreement sets a date for their release, after renewing their Administrative Detention orders one time, instead of the repeated renewals and uncertainty of when or if they will be released.

It said that Mahmoud al-Fasfous, 28, and his brother Kayed al-Fasfous, 30, in addition to Ghadanfar Abu ‘Adwan, 26, will be released on November 30th, after their Administrative Detention orders expire.

The Committee also said that Abdul-Aziz Sweity, 30, will be released on September 14th, while detainee Saed Nammoura, 27, will be released on December 1st, 2019.

The detainees have been suffering various held complications due to their strike, in addition to the bad living conditions and food, and have been facing numerous difficulties, including dizziness, fatigue and migraine, just to be able to stand or walk.