The Israeli prison service (IPS) transferred prisoner Ammar al-Hamor, who started his hunger strike two weeks ago, to Ashkelon prison on Sunday as part of punitive measures against him since he started his hunger strike.
The Palestinian Prisoners Society pointed out in a statement that the IPS transferred Ammar al-Hamor, 28, from Negev prison to Ashkelon prison.
Al-Hamor family told the PIC reporter that there are no new updates regarding his situation, adding that he has been on a hunger strike for 15 days and today he was transferred to Ashkelon prison. The family expressed concerns over his health condition since he suffers from hypertension.
Al-Hamor is from Jaba’ village, south of Jenin, and he has been in administrative detention since last February.
(Source / 04.12.2016)