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On March 24, Mohammed Alaqimah will reach the 28th day of an open strike against his “administrative detention” – arbitrary internment without charge or trial – by Israel.
Mohammed, a 27-year-old husband and father of two from the village of Barta’a, near Jenin in the West Bank, was captured by Israeli occupation forces at a checkpoint on August 16.
His “administrative detention” order, issued by an Israeli military commander using “secret evidence” and subject to indefinite extensions, has already been renewed three times.
Mohammed launched an earlier hunger strike on December 26 before suspending it on January 3 amid rumors that his detention would not be renewed.
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