Palestine Press Agency reports that a prisoner's three-week hunger strike has ended after "a majority" of his demands were met.
Abbas Al-Sayyed was allegedly placed in solitary confinement after he spoke to Al Jazeera during a courtroom appeal.
His hunger strike gained him some publicity in the Palestinian Arabic media, A PA minister even visited his family and presented them with an honorary plaque, showing solidarity with his steadfastness and principles.
How admirable Al Sayyed is, standing up to his oppressors!
So, why is he in prison to begin with?
Oh, not much. Just for planning the Netanya Passover massacre that killed 30 innocent people. 21 of the victims were over 70 years old.
What a hero.
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