Palestinian journalist was released in May last year after a deal with Israel ended his 94-day protest. Read more about Israel arrests hunger striker Muhammad al-Qiq
Israel agrees not to renew detention for Malik al-Qadi and brothers Mahmoud and Muhammad Balboul. Read more about Mothers greet end of hunger strikes with joy
Ruling rejects petitions by human rights groups, as hunger strikers face new infringements. Read more about Israeli high court upholds force-feeding "torture"
Bilal Kayed could face forced treatment while other prisoners are denied visits by their lawyers. Read more about Israel escalates crackdown on hunger strikers
Appointment of Eyal Krim is alarming indicator of rape culture in Israel. Read more about Meet the Israeli army's misogynist chief rabbi
“Muhammad’s victory was for all Palestinians,” his wife says. Read more about Hunger striker Muhammad al-Qiq welcomed home
Benjamin Netanyahu lied when he claimed that Israel doesn’t arrest journalists. Read more about Bragging of free press, Israel jails 19 journalists
100 writers protest PEN American Center’s acceptance of Israeli government funding for 2016 World Voices Festival. Read more about Writers pull out of PEN festival over Israel sponsorship
Israel has agreed to release the Palestinian journalist a month early from administrative detention, which will not be renewed. Read more about Muhammad al-Qiq ends 94-day hunger strike in deal with Israel
Israel allowed two senior Hamas prisoners to visit Muhammad al-Qiq under heavy guard. Read more about Palestinian hunger striker's life "in God's hands"
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