The Israeli Prison Service (IPS) transferred the imprisoned lawyer Mohamed Allan to Ramla prison hospital after his serious health deterioration as he enters his 31st day of hunger strike in Israeli jails.
Family sources affirmed to the PIC reporter that Allan was moved to hospital last Thursday.
Allan’s father expressed deep concern over his son’s health condition especially that he still suffers from the effects of his previous hunger strike during which he refused food for 65 consecutive days in 2015.
Contacts are made with the Red Cross Society and the PA Prisoners and Ex-prisoners Committee to follow up his case, the father added.
He is expected to be brought to court within two days over incitement charges, he pointed out.
Allan started the hunger strike on June 8 after he was kidnapped from his home during an Israeli dawn raid in the West Bank village of Einabus.
According to Muhjat al-Quds Foundation, he is determined to continue his opened-ended hunger strike until he obtains his freedom.
Allan, 33, earlier conducted a 66-day hunger strike in 2015 when he was imprisoned without charge or trial under administrative detention, winning his release in November 2015.
(Source / 09.07.2017)