Arab and international Since 2017-05-27 at 09:49 (Baghdad time)
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Palestinian prisoners suspended their strike at dawn on Saturday after reaching an agreement with the Israel Prison Service to meet their humanitarian demands 41 days after the start of the strike.
"The prisoners suspended their strike after reaching an agreement with the strike committee led by the prisoner Marwan Barghouthi about their humanitarian demands after more than 20 hours of negotiations were held in the Ashkelon prison," the Ma'an news agency quoted Issa Karka, head of the prisoners' affairs committee, as saying.
The negotiations were held in Ashkelon prison in the presence of Marwan Barghouthi and the leadership of the strike for negotiations with the Prison Service, which rejected the idea of talking to Barghouthi and leading the strike.
Some 1,600 Palestinian prisoners have been on hunger strike for 41 consecutive days to demand some human rights guaranteed by international conventions and conventions. However, the Israeli authorities have not responded to their demands, stepped up their repressive measures and ignored their health conditions, which deteriorated to the point of fear and danger. True to their lives