Another Palestinian prisoner makes occupation acquiesce to pressure
Muhjat Al-Quds confirms prisoner Adal Moussa's suspension of open hunger strike after the Israeli occupation decided not to extend his administrative detention.
The Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation has confirmed that the Israeli occupation authorities acquiesced to the demands of prisoner Adal Moussa, by setting a ceiling for his administrative detention, which "constitutes a new victory to be added to the record of the Captive Movement's victories against the policy of administrative detention."
The foundation said Monday that "prisoner Adal Moussa suspended his open hunger strike that lasted 37 days after reaching a decision not to extend his administrative detention and to release him on 06/11/2022."
Muhjat Al-Quds called on all institutions working in the field of human rights, led by the United Nations, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and international institutions concerned with prisoners' affairs, to take a serious stand in the face of the occupation and put pressure on it to stop the policy of arbitrary administrative detention and release all administrative detainees in occupation prisons.
On Saturday, the spokesperson of the Palestinian Prisoner Affairs Commission, Hassan Abed Rabbo, said that Prisoner Adal Moussa Al-Bagh, 34, who is in solitary confinement in "Ofer Prison", began a hunger strike on August 7, the second day of his arrest.
The occupation authorities had issued an administrative detention order against Moussa for a period of three months. He is a former prisoner and had spent about seven years in the occupation’s prisons, including five years continuously. He is married and a father of two children.
دائما الإرادة تنتصر على السجان وينتصر السيف على المخرز— احمد ملحم (@ahmad_malham) September 12, 2022
خاضا اضراب بطولي مفتوح عن الطعام الشقيقين احمد وعدال موسى
قبل أيام انتصر احمد ابو الفضل
واليوم ينتصر عدال ليلتحق بركب المنتصرين
وبذلك يكون الأفراج عن عدال بتاريخ 6/11
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Palestinian Prisoner Ahmad Moussa, Adal's brother, suspended on Thursday his open-ended hunger strike, which lasted 33 days.
Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation reported that Moussa suspended his hunger strike after forcing the Israeli occupation to take a decision not to extend the prisoner's administrative detention and to release him on December 6.