Palestinian lawyer Mohamed Allan has entered the 31st day of his hunger strike in an Israeli jail in protest at his detention with no charge and under harsh incarceration conditions.
According to Muhjat al-Quds Foundation, prisoner Allan is determined to continue his opened-ended hunger strike until he obtains his freedom.
Allan was transferred from Jalamah interrogation center to an isolation cell in Megiddo prison on the 10th day of his hunger strike, June 17.
He started the hunger strike on June 8 after he was kidnapped from his home during a dawn raid in the West Bank village of Einabus.
(Source / 08.07.2017)