Khader Adnan martyrdom much feared: Commission to Al Mayadeen
Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan continues his hunger strike for the 77th day in a row, in rejection of his arbitrary detention in Israeli occupation prisons.
The spokesperson for the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, Hassan Abed Rabbo, underlined on Saturday that hunger-striking prisoner Khader Adnan suffers from severe pain and an extremely deteriorated health condition.
In an interview for Al Mayadeen, Abed Rabbo warned that there is a real fear that Adnan will be martyred, pointing out that the Israeli occupation is still denying the prisoner's family rightful visits.
Adnan continues his hunger strike for the 77th day in a row, in rejection of his arbitrary detention in Israeli occupation prisons.
On Thursday, Adnan's wife, Randa Musa, told Al Mayadeen that there is no information about the whereabouts of the Palestinian prisoner after he was transferred on Wednesday.
Earlier in April, the Israeli occupation court postponed Adnan's trial until May 29.
Adnan is a spirited revolutionary who has long struggled against the occupation as a leader of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. He was arrested 12 times and spent a total of about eight years in occupation detention centers, most of which he spent under administrative detention. During these years, he went through five previous hunger strikes.
Musa considered that the strike that took place in solidarity with Adnan in Ramallah was a message being sent to all the free people of the world, saying it underlined the importance of solidarity with the hunger-striking prisoner.
Adnan's family started an open sit-in last Thursday at the Al-Manara roundabout in the center of Ramallah to demand the prisoner's release from Israeli occupation prisons.
The Palestinian Prisoners Club announced on Sunday that Adnan has reached a very life-threatening stage of his hunger strike.
On its part, the Wa'ed Prisoners Association contended that the prisoner's illness and potential martyrdom would be a crime at the hands of the Zionist regime and warned of repercussions.
"The occupation's denial of basic human rights [for Adnan] and curbing media attention is dangerously concerning in light of his deteriorating health condition," the Association said.