Security Minister stressed the internal Israeli, Gilad Erdan, on Tuesday, in an interview with Israeli Army Radio that the Jewish state would not negotiate with the Palestinian detainees who are engaged in a hunger strike collectively.
More than a thousand Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails began Monday morning, a collective hunger strike at the invitation of the Fatah leader, Marwan Barghouti, sentenced to life imprisonment.
Barghouti said, in an opinion published by The New York Times, said that the strike aims to resist violations committed by the Israeli Prison Service against Palestinian prisoners.
In response to an article in the American newspaper, the prison administration to transfer 'Barghouti', from the prison 'Hadarim', northern Israel to isolation in another prison, according to the minister 'Erdan', which confirmed that the call for a strike in violation of the prison system food.
The 'Barghouti', MP for the Fatah movement led by -alty President Mahmoud Abbas - from the names put forward for the post of president, and enjoys wide popularity among the Palestinians.
For his part, the spokesman of the Israeli Prison Service, on Tuesday, told 'Agence France Presse', that 'nearly 1,100 prisoners security (Palestinian)', continue since Monday, the hunger strike, pointing out that the Israeli Prison Service continues to punish hunger strikers.
This is at a time when Palestinian prisoners wanted by the strike, improve their living conditions in prisons and the abolition of administrative detention.
According to inherited from the British Mandate Israeli law, Israel can detain anyone 6 months without charge under an administrative decision renewable for an indefinite period of time, which is what he sees as opponents of this action a flagrant violation of human rights.
The list of demands published by the prisoners allocated payphone to contact the detainees with their families, and re - education at the Hebrew University, and allow the submission of high school exams, in addition to other demands.
Fought Palestinian prisoners, strike and widespread hunger in Israeli jails in February 2013, in which three thousand prisoners refused food for one day to protest against the death of a Palestinian prisoner , .
While Israel is holding 6,500 Palestinian prisoners , distributed in 22 prisons , including 29 detainees before the signing of the Oslo Accords with the Palestine Liberation Organization in 1993, the detainees among 62 women, 14 minors Dmnhen, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Club data.