Thaer Halahleh has been told he “could die any moment,” by an Israeli prison doctor, as the gravely ill Palestinian who is held without charge or trial by Israel, completed his 73rd day of hunger strike.
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Two Palestinian hunger strikers are at grave risk of death unless urgent action is taken, two human rights organization have warned. Even with their grave physical conditions, Bilal Diab and Thaer Halahleh are being denied family and lawyer visits and being subjected to mistreatement and denial of necessary medical care.