آخر الأخبار

Hunger-striking Palestinian prisoner transferred to Negev jail

  • English
  • الأحد, 27 مايو 2018, 00:29
  • 4814 قراءة
  • 0 تعليقات

 Israeli authorities transferred a hunger-striking Palestinian prisoner from solitary confinement in the Ashkelon jail to the Negev jail on Thursday morning.

The Palestinian Committee of Prisoners’ Affairs said in a statement that the Israeli Prison Service (IPS) transferred Ibaa Omar al-Barghouthi, 40, a resident of the central occupied West Bank village of Kobar, in the Ramallah district. Al-Barghouthi has been on a hunger strike against the renewal of his administrative detention. He has been held in administrative detention since August 2nd, 2017. According to the committee, al-Barghouthi has stopped drinking water and refused taking any vitamins. He is also boycotting Israeli prison clinics and is refusing to take medical tests. The committee added that al-Barghouthi’s health has deteriorated and” his body has become scrawny as he also suffers from severe exhaustion, muscle and bone pains, insomnia and severe bloody vomiting.” Al-Barghouthi’s eyesight has also suffered, according to the committee.

تعليقك على الموضوع

تم ارسال التعليق

المكتبة المرئية

شاهد مؤتمر مركز الأسرى للدراسات د رأفت حمدونة

المكتبة الصوتية
  • دحية الأسرى / كلمات د. رأفت حمدونة
  • قهر السجن / كلمات د. رأفت حمدونة
  • فى تحريرك يا غزة / كلمات د. رأفت حمدونة
  • حررنا - عبد الفتاح عوينات
  • صرخة مارد