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The prisons’ administration crackdown on injured and sick detainees held in Alramla prison’s clinic

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The prisons’ administration crackdown on injured and sick detainees held in Alramla prison’s clinic

June 9, 2024

The Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees’ Affairs confirmed in a report issued today, based on the attorney’s visit to Alramla prison’s clinic, that jailers exploit detainees’ diseases and injuries to persist in their retaliatory and suppressive measures, leaving detainees to be victims of slow death.

Since October 7, the administration of Alramla prison imposed additional penalties on sick detainees, where they suspended physiotherapy for several detainees, prevented the special food of detainees who suffer from diseases in the stomach and digestive system, procrastinated in conducting medical examinations and treatment in addition to handcuff and blindfold detainees on there way to attorneys’ visit.

In this context, the commission pointed out that detainee Mustafa Naanish, (21), from Toulkarm camp, suffers from sores in the back and leg and moves using a wheelchair due to an explosion took place during his stay in a hospital in Toulkarm. He had injuries in the abdomen and the back, and had a surgery to remove part if his intestines. He receives antibiotics, painkillers and blood thinners.

Regarding detainee Saleh Hassounah, 28, from Jalazon camp/ Ramallah, he waits for the completion of treating his leg, as special forces broke into his house in 28/02/2024, opened fire at him during arrest and attacked him with intense beat, which resulted in injuries with live bullets in his both legs, and a fragmentation on his right leg.
He was transferred to Shaare Tsedeq Hospital, where he remained 52 days , underwent 6 surgeries and platinum was installed in his leg.
It is worth mentioning that he got interrogated during his stay in the hospital, and sentenced to administrative detention.

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REPORTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

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