Israel offers release of Allan in November, in exchange with suspending strike

PNN/ Bethlehem/
The Lawyer of hunger-striking prisoner Mohammad Allan, said that the Israeli Military Prosecutor on Wednesday offered that Allan be released on November third, in exchange with suspending his hunger strike until then.

The announcement came through the Head of the Prisoners and Former Prisoners Committee, Issa Qaraqe.

Lawyer of the prisoner,  Mohammad Al-Khatib said that Allan did not respond yet, but said that he will overcome the Israeli apartheid and racism under his own terms.

Allan has been held by Israel without trial since November as an administrative prisoner, which means that he was arrested without being told what his charge is. The administrative confinement is 6 months than can be infinitely renewed.

On Tuesday morning, Allan woke up from the coma he slipped into on Friday when he entered his second month of hunger strike.

Walla Israeli website said that the 30-year-old vowed to carry on with his open hunger-strike, assuring that he will not retreat without having freedom, or death.

According to Walla, Allan is now in a stable condition. The outlet said that medics have made huge efforts to save his life, as he lied in the ICU of Barzilai medical center, occupied Askalan.