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The prisoner leader “Amarneh” continues his hunger strike for the 11th day

The leading prisoner, Ezz El-Din Amarneh, from Jenin in the West Bank, continues his open-ended hunger strike, for the 11th day in a row, in rejection of his administrative detention. His family warned of the deterioration of his health if he continued his hunger strike, in light of the diseases he suffers from.

Last week, Sheikh Amarneh announced that he had embarked on a hunger strike, rejecting his administrative detention, and his family demanded his freedom and an end to his administrative detention immediately and without conditions, calling this battle a “cry of glory.”

His wife said: “Her husband is in the prisoners’ sections in the Negev prison,” stressing that the occupation isolated him for several hours, before returning him to the sections, after the prisoners threatened a collective strike with him if he was kept in the cells.

She explained that her blind husband suffers from several diseases, the most important of which was a stomach ulcer while he was in prison, and swelling in his foot 4 months ago after it hit a body inside the departments, noting that the prison administration did not provide him with the necessary treatment.

Last February, the military occupation court issued a new administrative detention order against Sheikh Amarneh (52 years old) for a new four months.

It is worth noting that Amarneh has been detained in the Negev desert prison for more than 14 months, along with his sons Ahmed and Mujahid, and he suffers from several diseases that require him to receive many medications daily.

In a new crime of medical negligence in the occupation prisons, yesterday, the prisoner and leader of the Islamic Jihad movement, Sheikh Khader Adnan, was martyred inside the Israeli occupation prisons, after 86 days of his hunger strike.

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