Petition statement to be delivered to ICRC

Khader Adnan’s life at risk as He enters day 66 of hunger Strike - since 18 December 2011‏

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Khader Adnan’s life at risk as He enters day 66 of hunger Strike - since 18 December 2011‏

To be delivered to ICRC

Petition Statement

We are writing to express our frustration at your slow acting in regards to the Palestinian detainee, Mr. Adnan Khader, who has been on hunger strike since 17 December 2011. Mr. Khader is protesting his being held under administrative detention by the Israeli occupation forces. Adnan's detention is based on military order with secret evidence that he and his attorney are not allowed to review. According to the order, he was sentenced to jail for a six month period that may be renewed without limitation. His detention is continuing without trial or charges. According to International Humanitarian Law, it is the responsibility of the ICRC to take active steps to save his life by applying pressure on the Israeli government to release him.
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Petition Background

This petition is addressed to the International Committee Of The Red Cross (ICRC), so please read an sign, you should act quickly, it is our responsibility to act because the ICRC is not taking the necessary steps to save Adnans life.

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