Some 1,200 Palestinian security prisoners entered their second day of a hunger
strike on Wednesday.
Prison authorities have stopped serving the
convicted terrorists food, a source from the agency confirmed.
whether staff were prepared to deal with a long-term hunger strike, the source
answered in the affirmative, noting that it would take "two to three weeks of
hunger strike" to reach a stage in which medical intervention was
"If there's a need, we can do that, even on a large scale," the
The prisoners were all drinking water.
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