URGENT!!! PLEASE ACT. PALESTINIAN PRISONERS ON HUNGER STRIKE 

Over 1600 Palestinian Prisoners are currently on hunger strike in Israeli jails

Day 30 of the strike on the 17th May 2017

Starting on Monday l7 April, the prisoners have been refusing food until basic humanitarian demands are met. Their health is deteriorating. Israeli doctors have refused to force feed them – which is against International Law. Israel is now looking at bringing in foreign doctors.

Amnesty International have called on Israel to end ‘unlawful and cruel’ policies towards Palestinian prisoners. This includes the use of torture during interrogation, solitary confinement, numerous cases of gross medical negligence in cases of acute health issues, alongside the routine denial of visits.

Please write! Thank you.

Link to FO letter towards the end of this page: https://www.palestinecampaign.org/palestinian-hunger-striker/

International Support: http://samidoun.net/2017/04/international-statements-in-support-of-palestinian-prisoners-on-hunger-strike/

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SOAS protest against Israeli ambassador visit
Over 1600 Palestinian Prisoners are currently on hunger strike in Israeli jails
SOAS protest against Israeli ambassador visit in London on April 27, 2017 [Jehan Alfarra/Middle East Monitor]
Info and Petition: Letter On The Plight Of Palestinian Child Prisoners Petition: Free Issa Amro
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