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Israel treats prisoners worse than apartheid, says Robben Island veteran

South Africa’s deputy president joined fast in solidarity with Palestinian hunger strikers.

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As prisoners strike, relatives wait and hope

Mothers, sisters, daughters and partners have always been at the forefront of the struggle to demand freedom and justice.

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Mass hunger strike tests Palestinian unity

An estimated 1,500 prisoners in Israeli jails have refused food since 17 April.

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Israel punishes hunger strikers for demanding their rights

Israeli minister vows to emulate Thatcher’s brutal approach to Irish hunger strikers.

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Palestinians launch mass hunger strike

Imprisoned leader Marwan Barghouti says there is “no choice but to resist” Israel’s abuses.

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Palestinians aim to “break wall of silence” with hunger strike

Student leader previously arrested by PA now under prolonged interrogation by Israel.

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Israel among world’s worst jailers of journalists

Palestinian reporters imprisoned for live reporting on Israeli raids, playing songs.

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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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