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19 April 2012

Date of Birth: 4 February 1985
Place of residence: Kufr Raíi, Jenin
Date of arrest: 17 August 2011
Place of detention: Ramleh prison medical center
Number of administrative detention orders: 2
Date of release: 14 August 2012

29 February 2012

Date of birth: 7 February 1982
Place of residence: Burqin, Jenin
Date of arrest: 16 February 2012
Place of detention: Meir Hospital
Number of administrative detention orders: 1
Expected end of current detention order: 23 June 2012

09 February 2012

Addameer reiterates its grave concern for the life of Khader Adnan, who received no decision today in the appeal against his administrative detention order. On the 54th day of his hunger strike, Khaderís health has entered an alarmingly critical stage that will likely have irreversible consequences and could lead to his fatal collapse at any moment. He stated that he will remain steadfast in his hunger strike until he is released.

07 February 2012

Addameer expresses its utmost concern about the health of Khader Adnan, who remains steadfast on Day 52 of his hunger strike in protest of being held in administrative detention and refuses treatment until his release. Despite his rapidly deteriorating condition, an Israeli military judge issued a decision today confirming his administrative detention order for a period of four months.

19 January 2012

Date of Birth: 1 January 1969
Place of residence: Ramallah
Marital status: Married with two daughters
Occupation:Finance and Administration Manager for the Health Work Committees (HWC)
Date of arrest: 22 November 2011
Place of detention: Ofer
Number of administrative detention orders: 3
Date of release: 22 August 2012

17 January 2012

Addameer demands the immediate release of Khader Adnan, a Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike currently held without charge or trial by Israel. The duration of his administrative detention has been set at 4 months, due to expire on 8 May 2012.

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