Hunger Strikers Must Leave Beds To See Lawyers
The Israeli Prison Service has confirmed that it is withholding interviews between hunger striking prisoners and their legal representatives as this privilege is conditional on prisoners physically getting up from their beds to request consultation.
Adalah and other human rights organisations have stated their intention to go to the Israeli High court if the situation is not settled promptly.
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