Sixty-one year-old prisoner Hossam Ruzza, from Nablus, suspended his open hunger strike on Wednesday, 1st May 2019, after 43 days, as confirmed Addameer lawyer.
Thus, the prisoners' hunger strike comes to an end, achieving important demands for the prisoners’ struggle and, putting an end to the latest wave of escalation against the prisoners. An escalation which began with the recommendations of the Erdan committee, seven months ago.
The Palestinian prisoners’ hunger strike is still ongoing to this moment, as confirmed by Addameer on Tuesday, 9 April 2019.
Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli prisons have launched a mass hunger strike yesterday on 8 April 2019. The call for the hunger strike comes after months of serious deterioration in detention conditions.
Ahmad Awartani is an ex-prisoner who was arrested twice by the Palestinian Security Forces

G4S: Securing War Crimes

G4S is a British-Danish private security company that profits from the imprisonment of Palestinian political prisoners and systems of Israeli occupation and apartheid. They maintain security equipment at checkpoints and in illegal Israeli settlements, and they employ private security personnel posted at checkpoints and to protect construction sites for the settlements and the Annexation Wall.

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