30 administrative prisoners continue hunger strike for 3rd day
30 hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners announce boycotting Israeli occupation courts in protest of their arbitrary administrative detention.
For the third consecutive day, 30 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons continue their open hunger strike in refusal to continue their arbitrary administrative detention practiced by the Israeli occupation authorities.
The Palestinian Prisoners Club indicated that 28 hunger-striking prisoners are in "Ofer" prison, adding that the prison police gathered them in four rooms in one of the prison's sections.
The Prisoners Club added that one prisoner is in the Naqab prison, and another is in "Hadarim" prison.
The hunger-striking prisoners also announced their boycott of Israeli occupation courts in protest of their arbitrary administrative detention.
The Club explained that this step comes as the Israeli occupation courts continue to exercise arbitrary administrative detention policy and implement the orders issued by the occupation intelligence service Shin Bet.
On Sunday, 30 prisoners held in Israeli occupation prisons initiated an open-ended hunger strike, in protest of their arbitrary administrative detention.
The prisoners affirmed in a letter sent a few days ago that their fight against arbitrary administrative detention is ongoing and that the actions taken by the Israeli Prisons Administration are no longer based on "security obsessions but on revenge over their failed past."
This comes as the Israeli occupation is expanding the scope of its arbitrary procedures, with the number of administrative prisoners, including children, women, elderly and ill individuals, exceeding 760, taking into consideration that 80% of the administrative prisoners are previous detainees of IOF prisons.
It is noteworthy that in early September, the Captive Movement in Palestine issued a statement announcing it suspended its planned open hunger strike that included 1,200 prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons after the prison administration retracted its arbitrary decisions against the prisoners and fulfilled their demands.