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Rajoub continues hunger strike in protest at administrative detention

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Gaza23Dec5RAMALLAH (PNIC):-Palestinian prisoner Rizq al-Rajoub has been on hunger strike for 21 days in protest at an Israeli military court offer to exile him to Sudan rather than keeping him in administrative detention, with no indictment.

Rajoub, a resident of al-Khalil city, was transferred three days ago to the infirmary of the Ramla prison following a sharp decline in his health condition.

He, who has been in detention administratively since November 27, 2017, said he would not end his hunger strike unless he was released or officially charged and tried.

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