Palestinian political prisoner Kayed al-Fasfous was set free from Israeli enemy’s jails today after he concluded 131 days of hunger strike last month in protest of his detention without charge or trial.
On November 23, Fasfous ended his hunger strike after snatching his right to end his administrative detention imposed by the Zionist occupation authorities this month.
Fasfous, detained for five years without any trial, was welcomed by Palestinian political and security officials as well as representatives of factions.
He reportedly lost about 45 kg of weight during his hunger strike.
It is worth noting that there are 4,600 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.
Source: WAFA news agency