Prisoner on Hunger Strike for Three months, says Group

RAMALLAH, July 27, 2013 (WAFA) – Ayman Hamdan, from Bethlehem, entered Saturday day 90 in his hunger strike demanding his release from administrative detention, whereby he is held for long periods of time without charge or trial, according to the Prisoner Club.

It said in a statement that another prisoner, Imad Batran, started Saturday day 81 of hunger strike also demanding release from administrative detention.

Both prisoners, said the Club, were admitted to an Israeli hospital “in difficult and humiliating condition.”

It said both prisoners are handcuffed in their hospital bed and are forced to sleep with their face to the wall. They are also not allowed to go to the toilet every time they need to.

source : WAFA NEWS