The office of the U.N. human rights chief says it is "seriously concerned" about a 30-year-old Palestinian who has observed a hunger strike for close to 100 days to win his release from Palestinian detention.
Hamed's mother, Nadia, said Wednesday that her son is "is very tired."
Palestinian security forces spokesman Adnan Damiri says Hamed remains in custody to protect him from arrest by Israel. He says Hamed receives nutritional supplements.
The U.N. high commissioner for human rights urged for Hamed's release.
Earlier this week, another Palestinian was released by Israel from detention without trial after almost two months on a hunger strike.