Three wounded prisoners medically neglected in Ramla jail

RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS) has said that three Palestinian wounded prisoners suffer from deliberate medical neglect in the infirmary of the Ramla jail. According to a report published on the PPS website, 24-year-old Mohamed Shalaldeh, from al-Khalil, suffers from partial memory loss and impaired concentration. Shalaldeh suffered serious injuries in his head, shoulders and chest and went into a coma for several days after Israeli soldiers opened fire at him on October 21, 2015. 17-year-old Jalal al-Sharawneh, another prisoner from al-Khalil, suffers from obvious medical neglect that has led to the amputation of his leg. He needs surgery to implant a prosthetic leg. He suffered a bullet injury during his detention on October 10, 2015. As for 15-year-old prisoner Othman Shaalan from Bethlehem, he has become unable to walk without others’ help since a Jewish settler shot him in his left leg on January 18.

(Source / 13.03.2016)

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