Palestinian detainees go on a hunger strike in Hwara jail

23 December 2010

– Palestinian detainees in the Israeli jail of Hwara, in south of Nablus, have started a hunger strike protesting the bad conditions which they live, WAFA news agency reported.

The director of Al-Aser club in Nablus, Raed Amer, said to WAFA that the strike came as a protest against the terrible situation which they live inside the jail as there is neither appropriate food nor water, in addition to the clear intended negligence.

WAFA reported that the strike is precession by the detainees and its duration is not specified.

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