The Palestinian detainee, Maher Al-Akhras, has suspended his 103 day long hunger-strike, Friday, after coming to an agreement with the occupation state, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) reported.
The PPS added that the final commitment by the authorities to release the captive Maher Al-Akhras on November 26, 2020, and a firm commitment not to renew his administrative detention, as he will spend the remaining period until his release receiving hospital treatment.
Al-Akhras, 49, began his hunger strike on July 27, 2020, immediately after Israeli forces detained him without charges.
Video from the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society
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- Rights Groups: Hunger Striking Detainee Al-Akhras in Serious Condition
- Israeli High Court Rejects Appeal To Release Al-Akhras
- Al-Akhras Suffering Full Body Convulsions on 98th Day of Hunger Strike
Post from the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society
~ PPS, PIC