GAZA, NABLUS, (PIC)– Wa’ed Society for prisoners and ex-prisoners confirmed in a statement the deterioration in health status of Palestinian patient prisoner Khader Bisharat from the town Tammoun in the northern West Bank district of Jenin .
Wa’ed said: “The occupation authorities have not provided any treatment for the patient prisoner Bisharat, detained since 2002, in spite of the deterioration of his health condition.”
Meanwhile, Ahrar Center for Prisoners’ Studies and Human Rights called on the human rights institutions and the international organizations to intervene and act regarding the deteriorating health status of prisoner Awad Allah Eshtayeh, 47 from the town of Salem east of Nablus, who has been held in Jalama interrogation center for over a month and a half.
Fouad Khuffash, director of Ahrar Center, said that captive Awad Allah detained since 17 March is suffering from several health issues, including high blood pressure.
Eshtayeh’s Wife expressed her deep concern about the life of her husband, who has been subjected to repeated arrests over the past few years and months.
Awad Allah has been arrested several times in the occupation prisons and was one of the most prominent leaders of the captive movement during the nineties.
The Israeli forces hold in its jails nearly five thousand Palestinian prisoners, including one thousand ill prisoners.
(Source / 08.05.2013)