Mohammed al-Qeeq spent 94 days on hunger strike before reaching deal with Israeli officials in February for his release.
Israel has released a Palestinian activist and journalist who spent three months on hunger strike after being held without trial or charge since November.
Mohammed al-Qeeq, 33, went on hunger strike for 94 days in protest against his treatment by Israeli authorities, before reaching a deal with Israel in February securing his release.
Four days after he was arrested on November 21, 2015, Qeeq decided to begin his strike.
He demanded the Israeli military either charge or release him from the military detention centre where he was being held.
Israel had accused Qeeq of inciting violence and having links to Hamas, the Palestinian faction which rules the GazaStrip.
However, any intelligence supporting the accusations are classified, and the allegations were never put forward in the form of criminal charges.
Palestinians argue he was persecuted for expressing his opinion.
Qeeq worked as a news reporter for the Saudi-owned TV network Al Majd.
Until his release on Thursday, he was one of 750 Palestinians - including five journalists - being held in Israeli prisons under administrative detention.
The controversial policy permits Palestinians to be held for renewable six-month periods without charge or trial for an indefinite period.
Qeeq had previously been jailed on three occasions for alleged activities linking him to Hamas.
In 2003, he spent a month in prison and the following year he was jailed for 13 months.
In 2008, Qeeq was jailed for 16 months on charges relating to his activities on the student council at Birzeit University.
At least 70 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons are on hunger strike.
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