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An Arab hunger striker who refused all compromise with the court finally is told nature will take its course.
Five administrative detainees in Ketziot Prison in the Negev desert started a hunger strike, according to the Israeli Prison Service.
Minister Uri Ariel says the use of administrative detention should be restricted to cases of "ticking time bombs."
One of the terrorista was previously released in the Gilad Shalit deal and subsequently rearrested.
Five Jews were arrested Sunday night for rioting at a protest against PIJ terrorist hunger striker Mohammed Alla'an at Barzilai Hospital.
Hunger-striking Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror prisoner Mohammed Ala'an is on life support.
Human life is sacred and people cannot decide to harm themselves- even to advance issues they view of great value.
Labor MK Cabel: 'Don't care' whether strikers die, but could cause 'hasbara' problem
Hunger strike not the first protest by Palestinian prisoners, but might be the first time they've stopped eating
Alan Gross suspended his hunger strike Friday after a week at the behest of his elderly mother. “Alan’s mother asked him to stop the fast,”...
An Israeli Bedouin serving a life prison sentence in Egypt on charges of being a spy has begun a hunger strike to draw attention...
The Palestinian Authority never misses an opportunity to incite terror. Firebomb attacks and prison riots followed the death of a cancer-stricken terrorist. The PA blames Israel, of course.
A Palestinian Authority prisoner on a long-term hunger strike in an Israeli jail will be released in March, but violent protests continued Thursday near...
The revelation is particularly disturbing because Israel recently agreed to ease restrictions on Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails so that they would end their hunger strike. An explicit term of the agreement required the prisoners to sign a pledge forswearing terrorist activity.
On Monday night, hundreds of Palestinian prisoners agreed to end their hunger strike after winning concessions from Israel to improve their conditions, both sides announced. Earlier in the week, concern had been rising about the effect the death of one of the strikers might have on Tuesday's 'Nakba Day' protests.
You will recall that over 1000 prisoners, including some multiple murderers, were released in the ‘exchange’ for kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit. Many of the ones that are left were not part of the deal because they were considered more dangerous or because their crimes were more vicious.