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By Rohingya Vision TV

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Hundreds of Rohingya detainees in Saudi detention are continuing their hunger strike for the sixth day in demand of ceasing their unjustified imprisonment and forced deportation to Bangladesh, reports a detainee today (18th April).

Since the last five days, Rohingya detainees in detention have stopped taking food and drink in demand for fulfilling their conditions.

Read more on the current Hunger Strike:ο»Ώ

Till now dozens have fell ill and have been hospitalized due to severe weakness.

According to the latest updates received today at midnight, air conditions have been switched off by the detention authorities for the Rohingya detainees and they were forced to take food and drink.

Earlier their their cell phones and chargers have been confiscated as well to prevent the flow of information of the current situation of the detention.

“We were told by Saudi authorities that we must take food, as they will not fulfil any of our demands,” says a Rohingya detainee, who wished to say anonymous.

Yesterday, their parents now currently sheltering in the makeshift camps have protested and pleaded to Saudi King Salman to free their sons from the detention.

Due to the current situation, Rohingya are suffering severely at the detention and no ray of hope is seen to them.

Read more on the previous hunger strike at Saudi Detention:

This is the third time Rohingya detainees are on hunger strike with their same demands.

Since 2012 state-sponsored violence Rohingya had to leave their ancestral land to anywhere they could make, just in search of a safe place to save their lives.

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