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When hunger is the only option

One-tenth of all Palestinian political prisoners have been locked up by Israel without charge or trial.

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Israel accused of neglect after death of ill prisoner

Rights group points to “policy of deliberate medical neglect” of Palestinian detainees.

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Mothers greet end of hunger strikes with joy

Israel agrees not to renew detention for Malik al-Qadi and brothers Mahmoud and Muhammad Balboul.

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Israel releases journalist jailed for social media posts

Samah Dweik was found charged with incitement on Facebook, which is deepening its relationship with Israel.

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Prisoners begin mass hunger strike to support jailed student “fighting death”

Malik al-Qadi has been in coma since 10 September.

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Israeli high court upholds force-feeding “torture”

Ruling rejects petitions by human rights groups, as hunger strikers face new infringements.

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Bilal Kayed suspends hunger strike as prison struggles continue

“Cynical” move prevents high court ruling on shackling of fasting prisoners.

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Israel escalates crackdown on hunger strikers

Bilal Kayed could face forced treatment while other prisoners are denied visits by their lawyers.

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Israeli “counterterrorism” means abuse and torture of children

Israel joins Congo, Iraq, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Syria in “trampling” on children’s rights, says HRW.

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Hunger striker Bilal Kayed refuses to see doctors

Announcement made as prisoner entered 50th day of protest fast.

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