Israeli occupation issues administrative detention order against Abu Hawash
Waed Association for Palestinian Prisoners chief Abdullah Kandil says Abu Hawash's victory "embarrassed the occupation" and notes that reversing the decision to suspend his administrative detention reflects the Israeli criminality.
The Israeli occupation has decided to reverse its previous decision to suspend the administrative detention of Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash, issuing an administrative detention order against him that ends on February 26, the Palestinian Prisoner's Club (PPC) said Sunday.
The PPC made a statement explaining that this came in accordance with the deal procured following his battle for freedom, which was concluded after a 141-day hunger strike.
"Abu Hawash's decision to end his hunger strike comes after reaching an agreement that stipulates that he would be freed on February 26," Al Mayadeen correspondent reported at the time.
Abu Hawsh recently contracted COVID-19 and has been transferred to a specialized care unit. His family, highly concerned, called on the International Community and human rights organizations to intervene.
Abu Hawash had been suffering in the occupation's custody as he was fighting for his life, with the Waed Association for Palestinian Prisoners saying he was "facing great difficulty in discharging urine, while his water body percentage has decreased to a third due to the continuation of his coma."
Hisham's brother, Imad, said he had stopped taking saline four days ago, which poses a serious threat to his intestines and could cause them to rot.
His lawyer, Jawad Boulos, said he had not been moving for days at one point, could barely hear those talking to him, and was barely able to speak a few words.