The Commission of Detainees' Affairs stated that the administration of prisons prevents the detainee Suhair Sulaimyeh from family visits since her detention in 30th October 2019.
The Commission pointed out that Sulaimyeh is suffering from severe pains as a result of being shot during her arrest process by the Israeli occupation forces. A bullet is settled in her shoulder in addition to many fragments in the place of injury, which caused difficulty in moving her hand and severe pain in her stomach. She has been subjected to medical negligence, where she was transferred from hospital to the clinic of Al-Ramlah prison before getting well. Her health conditions deteriorated and she was only given painkillers.
The Commission stated that the Israeli occupation authorities prevents Sulaimyeh from contacting her husband and kids and all family members, and the contact is limited to lawyers visits only.
It is worthy to mention that the occupation army arrested Sulaimyeh from the spaces of Al-Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron/ south of the West Bank, and prevented the ambulance staff and the mosque guards from helping her before being transferred to Shaare Zedek Hospital.