The released Jerusalemite MP Mohammed Abu Tair said on Tuesday that the Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails are living a difficult situation and that the prisoners movement should reassess its positions.
Abu Tair, 65, was released on Tuesday morning from the Negev prison after serving a 17-month sentence.
He said in statements after his release that if the hunger strike was planned well, the results would have been more effective, adding that the prisoners movement should reevaluate its positions with regard to the recent strike.
With the release of Abu Tair, the number of the Palestinian captive MPs fell to 11, most of whom are kept in administrative detention
(Source / 30.05.2017)