Prisoners Club: Al-Fasfous, Other Prisoners in Dire Health Condition
Palestine's Prisoners Club (PPS) Spokesperson Amani Sarahena warns of the dire health conditions of the 6 hunger strikers held in occupation prisons.
PPS Spokesperson Amani Sarahena confirmed that Kayed al-Fasfous and the rest of the hunger-strikers are in dire health conditions.
Speaking to Al Mayadeen, Sarahena said, "we had already warned of the occupation's intent to kill one of the hunger-strikers by delaying the achievement of their demands."
Occupation renewed administrative detention
Occupation authorities renewed on Thursday the administrative detention of the hunger striker, Kayed al-Fasfous, who continues his strike for the 107th day and is under observation in the Israeli Barzilai Hospital in Askelon.
Friday morning, the lawyer of al-Fasfous revealed that the latter's condition has become critical at this stage of the strike, as the prisoner suffers from severe pain and intermittent memory loss.
The Muhjat al-Quds Foundation had warned on Thursday of the deteriorating health condition of the hunger-strikers, calling for protestors and Palestinian resistance factions to move in support of the prisoners.
Five other prisoners are also suffering from serious health conditions as a result of their hunger strike: Miqdad al-Qawasmi, Alaa al-Araj, Hisham Abu Hawash, Shadi Abu Aker, and Ayyad al-Hraimi.