Two Detainees Suspend Their Strike Until March 6
The Palestinian Prisoners Society reported Wednesday that detainees Ja’far Ez-Eddeen and Tareq Qa’daan, have suspended their hunger strike until March 6, the date set by the Ofer military court to deliberate their Administrative Detention order.
The court will be holding a hearing at 1 P.M. on Wednesday March 6th, to determine whether to release the two or reinstate detention orders against them, despite the fact that no charges have been filed against them.
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