Palestinian prisoner ends hunger strike, another out of isolation
Palestinian prisoner Ahmad Moussa suspends his open hunger strike, which lasted 33 days, and prisoner Abdullah Al-Aridah has been released from solitary confinement.
Palestinian Prisoner Ahmad Moussa suspended on Thursday his open-ended hunger strike, which lasted 33 days.
Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation reported that Moussa suspended his hunger strike, which lasted 33 days, after forcing the Israeli occupation to take a decision not to extend the prisoner's administrative detention and to release him on December 6.
According to the Foundation, the Israeli occupation authorities responded to the demands of the prisoner, pointing out that the decision is to be added to the record of the Palestinian Captive Movement's victories against the administrative detention policy.
Muhjat Al-Quds had previously reported that a petition was submitted to the Israeli occupation Supreme Court to release prisoner Ahmad Moussa, 44, after the Israeli "Ofer" Court of Appeal refused to release him.
Prisoner Abdullah Al-Ardah released from solitary confinement
In the same context, the Foundation also reported that prisoner Abdullah Al-Aridah has been released from solitary confinement in "Eshel" prison to Nafha prison.
This comes after an agreement was concluded by the supreme leadership body for the prisoners of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) movement.
The Israeli occupation Prisons Authority had imposed solitary confinement against prisoner Al-Aridah after Operation Freedom Tunnel on charges of providing assistance to the six heroes who managed to liberate themselves from Gilboa prison.
It is noteworthy that last April, Al-Aridah underwent an open hunger strike, in protest of the extension of his solitary confinement, in the wake of Operation Freedom Tunnel.
A couple of days ago, an Israeli occupation court postponed the trial of prisoner Qusai Merhi, accused of assisting the prisoners of the Operation Freedom Tunnel.
The Muhjat Al-Quds Foundation cited the family of Merhi as saying that the prisoner's trial has been postponed until September 21.