Hasan al-Safadi has been on hunger strike for 33 days, his sister Um Jamal told Ma'an. She said al-Safadi was taken to hospital after he fainted in prison, where he is being held without charge. On Wednesday, Prisoner Society lawyer Jawwad Boulous said Omar Abu Shalal, 55, had been taken to Ramla prison hospital after 28 days without food to protest his administrative detention.
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CALIFORNIA PRISON HUNGER STRIKE: How one prison-gang member sees it There's more to the California prison hunger strike than just human rights violations. Prison gang maneuvering and rivalries are part of it as well.
Iran: Political prisoner goes on hunger strike to protest denial of medical treatment NCRI - An Iranian political prisoner who is in critical physical condition because of denial of medical treatment went on a hunger strike on Friday. http://www.ncr-iran.org/en/news/human-rights/17361-iran-political-prisoner-goes-on-hunger-strike-to-protest-denial-of-medical-treatment
"Guantanamo of the Pacific": Australian Asylum Seekers Wage Hunger Strike at Offshore Detention Site http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/28709-guantanamo-of-the-pacific-australian-asylum-seekers-wage-hunger-strike-at-offshore-detention-site We speak with Australian human rights lawyer Jennifer Robinson and Alex Kelly, a social justice filmmaker who organized a New York City vigil in solidarity with the Manus Island detainees.
Palestinian prisoners in Israel continue hunger strike
Protesting the Israeli Occupation: It was in protest against indefinite detention and demanding better conditions inside Israeli jail that more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners began a hunger strike eight days ago -- And you say palestinians only use violence?.
Taking into account the policy of the Bahraini Authorities in force-feeding him which was imposed since the 23rd of April, a blatant violation and torture according to international regulations, and in response to countless requests from those in solidarity with him, and his inmates in the detention center, Al-Khawaja announced today that he will put an end to his hunger strike. Alkhawaja will comply with a medical program set for him by doctors to return to a normal diet. He informed his…
"The Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights (BYSHR) expresses its deep concern regarding the disappearance of a prominent activist Mr. Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, who on hunger strike since February 9, 2012." -- Guess: He died and the government is trying to cover it up? Inhumane bastards.