Zakaria Al-Zubaidi Still in Isolation in Difficult Conditions
The Israeli occupation keeps Palestinian Prisoner Zakaria al-Zubaidi in isolation, and five prisoners continue their open hunger strike in rejection of their administrative detention.
The Israeli occupation authorities still keep Palestinian Prisoner Zakaria al-Zubaidi in solitary confinement amid very harsh conditions in "Eshel prison," the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs reported.
The Commission said al-Zubaidi's cell does not even have the most basic requirements of human life, adding that he is in a bloc that houses prisoners with criminal offenses and shouting the entire time. The Commission also reported that the Israeli prisons authority is denying al-Zubaidi his right to bring clothes to the prison.
Five Palestinian prisoners continue their open hunger strike
Five Palestinian prisoners are still hunger-striking in the Israeli occupation's prisons in protest of their administrative detention. Kayed al-Fasfous is the prisoner who has been hunger-striking for the longest time; an agonizing 124 days that have led to warnings about his and his comrades' health alike.
Al-Fasfous could reportedly die at any moment due to signs of blood clotting, meaning he is at a very critical stage, yet the Israeli occupation still stands idle regarding his demands.
During a call with Al Mayadeen, Kayed's brother, Khaled al-Fasfous, stressed that the Israeli occupation is pursuing its policy of stalling to inflict as much damage as possible on the prisoners’ lives.
Settlers incur al-Aqsa Mosque
Dozens of Israeli settlers violated al-Aqsa Mosque on Monday, and which was an organization known as "Women of Temple Israel." The storming occurred through the Morrocco gate and was carried out under the heavy protection of Israeli occupation forces.
بحراسة مشددة من شرطة الاحتلال .. مجموعة جديدة من المستوطنين تقتحم المسجد الأقصى هذه اللحظات pic.twitter.com/l9oypppWxI— AlQastal القسطل (@AlQastalps) November 15, 2021