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Palestinian hunger striker locked up in solitary cell in Israeli jail

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Gaza27Apr19RAMALLAH (PNIC):-The Israeli prison authorities transferred the Palestinian detainee Ashraf Radi, on hunger strike for the sixth day running, to an isolated cell.

According to the Palestinian Prisoners Society, Radi, aged 40, has gone on hunger strike to protest his six-month administrative term, issued with neither charge nor trial.

Radi, a native of the central occupied West Bank province of Ramallah, is currently locked up in the Negev desert jail.

Another Palestinian detainee—Rizq Rajoub—has been on hunger strike for the seventh consecutive day to protest his administrative detention.

 
 
 
 
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