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Forty-year-old Hisham Abu Hawash has been on hunger strike for 114 days to protest being held in administrative detention since October 2020. He is confined alone in a locked room in an Israel Prison Service infirmary. In addition to losing considerable weight, he has been having difficulty speaking and communicating. He has also had trouble drinking water and has felt palpitations with every movement. According to the Israel Medical Association guidelines for doctors caring for prisoners or detainees on a hunger strike, the patient is at risk of sudden death after 55 days without food. Abu Ha

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