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Two Palestinians held by Israel under administrative detention, without charge or trial, are on hunger strikes: Dawoud Habboub, and Sami Janazrah.
Dawoud Habboub, from al-Amari refugee camp in Ramallah, launched his hunger strike on March 1 to protest his imprisonment under administrative detention.
Sami Janazrah, 43, from al-Fawwar refugee camp in al-Khalil, has been on hunger strike since early March in protest of administrative detention. His own imprisonment without charge or trial was extended by an Israeli military court for four additional months on Sunday, March 13. He has been held in administrative detention since November 15, 2015.
G4S, the world’s largest firm company and second-biggest private employer, equips Israeli prisons and detention centers where 670 administrative detainees and 6,330 other Palestinian political prisoners are held and tortured, as well as the occupation forces and infrastructure that routinely massacre Palestinians while holding millions under military rule.
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