Nablus - The Palestinian detainees in the Zionist Ansar-3 detention camp decided to go on hunger strike today to coincide with the Zionist court hearing at the Aires crossing that would debate the deportation of 18 West Bank detainees to the Gaza strip.
Prisoners said that around 1,200 detainees in Ansar-3 in the Negev had returned their meals and addressed statements to the public opinion and media on that banishment.
13 out of the 18 detainees to be deported to the Strip were detained in the Ansar-3 camp and were carried to the Aires crossing a few days ago.
The Islamic movement in the detention camp issued a statement denouncing the Zionist oppressive decision, charging the Zionist authorities of attempting to disunite Palestinian families.
The statement affirmed the cohesion of all prisoners in all Zionist prisons against the deportation policy.
The statement finally denounced the Zionist occupation massacres in the southern Palestinian city of Rafah and other areas.