Israeli occupation fully responsible for life of Abu Hmeid: Waed
The Palestinian Waed Prisoners Association holds Israeli occupation full responsibility for the life of Nasser Abu Hamid after he has reached a very critical condition.
The Palestinian Waed Prisoners Association held the occupation prisoners "responsible for all the repercussions having refused to transfer cancer-stricken prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid to the hospital although his condition is critical and rapidly deteriorating."
"The occupation's insistence on keeping prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid in the notorious so-called Ramle prison clinic, means that the occupation is proceeding with the decision of executing and killing Nasser Abu Hamid in this brutal and heinous way," Waed said.
Prisoner Abu Hamid's situation reaching this stage was not sufficient for international institutions, particularly the World Health Organization, to take human rights and humanitarian action, Waed added.
The Association criticized "the complete absence of the WHO from this bloody scene against a sick prisoner, who is being liquidated in a sadistic and barbaric manner without the slightest concern."
Commission of Detainees and ex-Detainees Affairs revealed earlier on Sunday how critical and sensitive the health condition of the cancer-stricken detainee Nasser Abu Hamid is.
In a report issued on Sunday, the Commission added that Nasser "has become in a very critical health condition, and doctors began giving him large doses of painkillers, in an attempt to control his pain."
The prisoner "is in a semi-coma, awakes only for a few minutes, and suffers from pain all over his body," the report confirmed, adding that the prisoner is no longer able to leave his bed.
He "suffers from severe shortness of breath, is connected at all times to an oxygen supply tube, and his ability to speak has become very weak," the report said, mentioning that his memory has become impaired, and he cannot recognize his surroundings."
Consequently, the Commission of Detainees and ex-Detainees Affairs has held the occupation fully responsible for the life of Abu Hamid and urged all international and human rights organizations to make every effort to release him.
Last Monday, the Captive Movement in the "Ofer" Prison returned to breakfast and lunch meals in solidarity with the cancer-stricken prisoners Abu Hamid and Walid Daqqa, calling for immediate measures to ensure their safety.
Abu Hamid has been imprisoned since 2002, sentenced to life 7 times and 50 years, and is the brother of 5 other prisoners in the occupation prisons. Their house had been demolished several times by the occupation forces, and their mother was prevented from visiting them for several years.