Gaza, Alray - Administrative detainees in Israeli jails would initiate protests to be developed to an open hunger strike at early October.
Ahrar Center for Prisoners Studies and Human Rights Saturday said in a report “The detainees in Ofer and Negev prison have considered this position after months of careful deliberations,”
“The detainees -many of them recently freed- are fed up with the miserable situation they have been through; Israel’s revolving-door policy which gives them some time out after they are jailed in prisons again got them into thinking of such a move,” the report revealed.
“They need popular support and media interaction with their cause in order that their hunger strike comes up with their release and thus ending their plight,” it added.
More than 180 administrative detainees languish in Israeli jails, most of whom in the Negev desert prison, while Ofer prison comes second in the number.