West Bank, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation authorities have extended the detention of Hamas official Yasser Badrasawi without charge or trial for another six months for the second time in a row.
According to the Asra Media Office, the Israeli occupation army detained Badrasawi on 6 June after storming and ransacking his home in Balata refugee camp in the occupied northern West Bank city of Nablus.
At the time of his arrest, Badrasawi had been released four months earlier after being incarcerated under administrative detention for eight months by the Israeli occupation authorities.
One week after the Israeli occupation army re-detained him, Badrasawi was issued a six-month administrative detention order.
One day before his administrative detention was expected to end, the Israeli occupation authorities extended his detention without charge at the request of the Israeli occupation intelligence service.
Badrasawi, who suffers from heart disease, had undergone cardiac catheterization surgery. He also suffers from prostate pain and a herniated disk in the lower back.