Ramallah, ALRAY - Israeli occupation authorities have cancelled the agreement reached with Palestinian detainee Adal Musa, who went an open-ended hunger strike against his administrative detention and suspended it after an agreement took place on September, Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) said.
In a statement on Sunday, the PPS added that the detainee Musa was due to be released on Sunday, but the Israeli occupation authorities issued a new administrative detention order against him for a period of three months.
It is noteworthy mentioning that the Israeli occupation forces detained Adal Moussa along with his brother Ahmad on August 7th, and put them on administrative detention.
Married with two children and a resident of al-Khader town in Bethlehem, the detainee Musa spent over seven sporadic years in Israeli occupation prisons.
According to Palestinian figures, about 4,500 Palestinians, including 32 women and 160 children, are currently languishing in Israeli detention jails.
Among them, more than 680 Palestinians are currently being held under “Israel’s” illegal policy of administrative detention without charge or trial.