An-Najah News -  Tunisian  civil society organizations held a protest , in support of hunger striking Palestinian prisoner Maher Al-Akhras who is now on the 84th day of his strike, at Martyr Mohamed Brahimi Square in Tunis.

The protesters raised Palestinian and Tunisian flags and banners demanding the freedom of Al-Akhras all prisoners in the Israeli occupation’s prisons.

Al-Akhras,  was arrested and slammed with four-month administrative detention without charge or trial and based on secret evidence not known even to his lawyer.

Immediately after his detention, al-Akhras went on an open-ended hunger strike to protest his administrative detention.

Several legal attempts by his lawyers to secure his freedom, including going to the Israeli Supreme Court, have failed.