Israeli doctors, state clash over force-feeding law for Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike

US News & World Report, 14 August 2015
Author: Miriam Berger
“Hospitalized and shackled, Palestinian Mohammed Allan was 60 days into a hunger strike to protest his detention without charge in an Israeli jail when he slipped into unconsciousness Friday. Whether or not the suspected militant becomes the first Palestinian prisoner to be force-fed to stay alive under a controversial new law is an issue that has caused cleavages between doctors and the state over medical ethics and Israel’s detention policies.”
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