Latest in Tag: hunger strike Highlight
Latest in Tag: hunger strike
Israel has so far released 5 Egyptian inmates, all from the Sinai Peninsula, who confirmed the fact that they were exposed to poor conditions and harsh treatment by Israeli prison officials.
Bashar Abo Zaid was accused of tapping Egyptian communications for the Mossad
40 members of 6 April Youth Movement begin hunger strike in solidarity with those detained since 29 March protests
Detained activist Essam Al-Mahdi goes on hunger strike in solidarity with Portland factory workers detained for almost a month
It was the first time a Gaza rocket had struck southern Israel in more than three months
The hunger strike was first launched by 17 cyber activists on 9 February as a protest at delays in hearing their appeals after they were jailed for between six to 18 months for “unlawful assembly and violating the cyber law”.
Jailed activist Hassan Mustafa believes his incarceration is illegal
After being imprisoned for supporting 2011 revolution, remaining 8 April officers are finally released
Palestinian Authority looks to Egypt for assistance with prisoner release. Internationally, Egypt has gained respect as mediator between Israel and Palestine talks
Mohamed Wadi’ back in prison after being hospitalised for a month.
The strike is for the officers who remain behind bars and for the other officers who were released but deprived of their ranks
Rajab starts a hunger strike from behind bars for being refused the right to attend his mother’s funeral
Female activists tell Daily News Egypt why they are hunger striking
Six women on seventh day of hunger strike in front of the Arab League headquarters
By AFP RAMALLAH: At least 1,200 Palestinian inmates of Israeli jails began an open-ended hunger strike on Tuesday as rallies across the occupied territories marked Prisoners’ Day. As thousands gathered in towns and cities in both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, three-quarters of the 4,700 Palestinians held by Israel began refusing food, the …
By Asma Alsharif / Reuters JEDDAH: A prominent Saudi rights campaigner, who has been detained for a year, is not on hunger strike, an Interior Ministry spokesman said in response to activists saying he was in deteriorating health and Saudi authorities were to blame. Mohamad Al-Bajadi was detained in March 2011 after voicing support for families …
By AP MANAMA: Bahrain is claiming that a jailed activist on a two-month hunger strike shows no signs of critical medical problems and has been taking fluids orally or by an IV drip. The health details released by authorities on Tuesday are an apparent attempt to counter growing international pressures on the Gulf state after …
Appealing for the sympathy of the public and attention of the officials, Ayman Nour, leader of El-Ghad (Tomorrow) Party, continues his hunger strike for an eighth day – lying in a hospital room in Tora Mazraa Prison – protesting his temporary detention amid warnings of his appointed physicians and appeals from his wife.