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2 Palestinian prisoners end hunger strike after 70 days
Published Wednesday 19/03/2014 (updated) 21/03/2014 12:00
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RAMALLAH (Ma’an) – Two Palestinian prisoners suspended a 70-day hunger strike Wednesday after the Israeli authorities agreed to their demands, a lawyer said.

Jawad Bulous of the Palestinian prisoner’s society visited hunger strikers Muammar Banat and Akram al-Fseisi at Kaplan Medical Center in northern Israel. He said in a statement that an Israeli prosecutor agreed to the demands the two announced when they started the strike.

Bulous confirmed that the Israeli authorities agreed to set a time limit for their administrative detention without trial. Banat’s administrative term, he added, must end by May 2014, and al-Fseisi’s must end by August 2014.

Banat was detained in August 2013, and al-Fseisi was detained in November 2012. Since they were detained, the two have been held without trial.
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