The Palestinian prisoner and lawyer Mohamed Allan, 33, was transferred from Jalama investigation center to Mgiddo solitary confinement, rights group revealed Saturday.
Allan was re-arrested on June 8, 2017 during a pre-dawn raid into his house in Nablus village of Einabus and immediately taken to Jalama investigation center.
Allan was released from prison in November 2015 after a year-long term in administrative detention, Israel’s widely-condemned policy of internment without charge or trial, during which time he launched a 65-day hunger strike in protest of his detention.
Allan spent two years behind Israeli bars in two separate arrests for his belonging to Jihad Movement.
(Source / 17.06.2017)