At 2 p.m. Thursday, an hour before the scheduled court hearing, Palestine News Network in Arabic reported that Adnan's lawyer Jamil al-Khatib told them in an interview that Israel "would release Adnan after 66 continuous days of hunger strike" but that he did not have any information.
Meanwhile, at 2 p.m. Thursday Adnan's Jerusalem-based lawyer, Jawad Bolous, told The Jerusalem Post that he was to meet representatives from the state attorney's office before the scheduled High Court hearing at 3 p.m. and that an agreement may be signed between the two sides. Bolous did not specify any details of what might be in that agreement.
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