Former hunger striker moved to solitary confinement

Lawyer Mohamed Allan

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)


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