The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported, Saturday, that the Israeli occupation authorities issued another Administrative Detention order against a hunger-striking political prisoner.
The PPP stated that the detainee, Ahmad Radwan Hamamra, from Bethlehem city south of the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank, began the hunger strike 15 days ago.
It added that the detainee is protesting his continued imprisonment without charges or trial under the arbitrary Administrative Detention orders.
The PPS said Hamamra was slapped with a six-month administrative detention order for the third time since he was abducted by the soldiers in August 2020.
Hamamra was supposed to be released on October 16th, when his second Administrative Detention order was supposed to end, however, the new order will keep him imprisoned for six additional months.
On August 12, a Palestinian detainee, identified as Fadi al-‘Amour, from Yatta town, south of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, ended a 23-day hunger strike after reaching an agreement with the Israeli Prison Authority which set an end date for his current arbitrary Administrative Detention.
Also on August 12, detainee Amjad Nammoura, from Doura town, south of Hebron, suspended the hunger strike which lasted for eight days after reaching an agreement stating that his current Administrative Detention will not be renewed.