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A Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike is facing a serious deterioration of health in an Israeli prison medical clinic, a top organisation warned on Wednesday.
Palestinian prisoners announced plans for "the largest prison strike since 2004". The move comes in protest of repressive measures imposed by Israel's prison administration following daring Gilboa prison escape months ago.
Palestinian prisoners will stage a mass hunger strike on 25 March if their demands against punitive measures by Israeli prisons aren't met, according to The Palestinian Prisoners Society.
Hisham Abu Hawash, a 40-year-old father of five, is among several Palestinians who have gone on hunger strike to protest being held under administrative detention.
Palestinians have demanded that Israel release Hisham Abu Hawash, who is in a critical condition, as a result of a hunger strike he started in protest to his detention without charges.
Israel has suspended the 'administrative detention' of a hospitalised Palestinian political prisoner who is now in a critical condition after spending 133 days on hunger strike
Israel released on Sunday a Palestinian prisoner who was on hunger strike for 131 days, in protest to his detentions without charge or trial, sources said.