Hight Court Favors Hunger Striker’s Release

August 19, 2015  

The High Court for Justice has largely ruled in favor of Islamic Jihad terrorist and hunger striker Mohammed Allan on Wednesday, allowing for his release in the event of irreversible brain damage – and, likely, his release in November in the event he recovers. 

The High Court ruling cancels the administrative detention order against Allan, but the terrorist will functionally remain in intensive care until his condition stabilizes. In the interim, Allan’s family will be allowed to visit, subject to some security restraints. 

Allan will then be subject to an MRI to determine the extent of the damage – and, thus, the force of the ruling.

The High Court stressed that the decision to cancel the detention could be overturned in the event Allan recovers.

Earlier Wednesday, Allan reportedly did show signs of brain damage in a preliminary MRI scan – but it is unclear yet whether it is “irreversible” as the High Court stipulates. 

Hours before, Allan’s attorney said he received an offer from the State Prosecution, according to which he will be released in early November, at the end of his current second term of administrative incarceration – and that his administrative detention will not be renewed a third time.


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