Spreading Hunger Strike Nafha prison becomes a political rallying point

August 1980
Time;8/11/1980, Vol. 116 Issue 6, p35
The article provides information on a hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners in Israel due to the recent deaths of two Palestinian prisoners in Nafha prison in Israel. It informs the opinion of Israel's prison officials who admits that conditions in their maximum security prisons, which house convicted Palestinian terrorists are worse than in any Western country.


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