In the West Bank village of Ainabus, three of the 37 nephews of Mohammad Allan hold up a poster in to support his hunger strike in protest of incarceration in Israel without charges on August 19, 2015. Israel released Allan Wednesday after doctors said he may have suffered irreversible damage during his 65 days of fasting.
In the West Bank village of Ainabus, three of the 37 nephews of Mohammad Allan hold up a poster in to support his hunger strike in protest of incarceration in Israel without charges on August 19, 2015. Israel released Allan Wednesday after doctors said he may have suffered irreversible damage during his 65 days of fasting. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy
In the West Bank village of Ainabus, three of the 37 nephews of Mohammad Allan hold up a poster in to support his hunger strike in protest of incarceration in Israel without charges on August 19, 2015. Israel released Allan Wednesday after doctors said he may have suffered irreversible damage during his 65 days of fasting. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy

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