Friday, 7 July
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On July 7, Muhammad Allan, a Palestinian attorney and political prisoner held by Israel, will reach his 30th day on a hunger strike demanding his immediate release.
Allan, 33, previously engaged in a 65-day hunger strike to win his freedom from administrative detention, imprisonment without charge or trial, winning his release in 2015.
Allan was seized once more by Israeli occupation forces, who invaded his home in the village of Einabus near Nablus on June 8, and once again launched a hunger strike.
On June 28, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Center for Studies called for broad Palestinian and international support for Allan’s strike.
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Support the Palestinian people, the Palestinian prisoners, the Palestinian Resistance, and the liberation of Palestine, from the river to the sea.