Hunger Striking Detainee Slapped With A New Administrative Detention Order

October 18, 2019 11:42 AM IMEMC News Human rights, Nablus, News Report, Prisoners, West Bank 0
18 Oct
11:42 AM

The Palestinian Detainees’ Committee has reported, Thursday, that an Israeli court has approved the arbitrary Administrative Detention order against a hunger-striking detainee, for an additional six months, without charges.

The Committee stated that the detainee, Mo’ab Tawfiq al-Hindi, 29, from Tal village, near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, is ongoing with a hunger strike he started 24 days ago, protesting being held under Administrative Detention orders.

The detainee is currently held in Ohali Kidar Israel prison, after he was frequently moved to various detention centers since he started the strike, and will likely be transferred again.

It is worth mentioning that al-Hindi was abducted on September 4, 2019, and is a former political prisoner, who was frequently abducted and detained by Israel, and went on hunger strike 35 days, before an agreement was reached for his release.

However, the army abducted him once again, and slapped him with a new Administrative detention order.

In related news, the Committee stated that the Israeli High Court is scheduled to hold hearings regarding the cases of several hunger-striking detainees.

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