Palestinian Prisoners Club: Abu Hamid in need of urgent medical follow-up
After being transferred to the Ramla prison clinic despite his serious condition, the Palestinian Club says Nasser Abu Hamid still cannot move his limbs and is in need of a dire medical follow-up.
The Palestinian Prisoners Club announced that Nasser Abu Hamid still cannot move his limbs and needs permanent assistance to meet his daily needs.
The Club's announcement came after one of its lawyers visited Abu Hamid, who conveyed his message to all official and human rights authorities to continue exerting pressure on the Israeli occupation for his release.
Two days ago, Abu Hamid was transferred to a clinic at Ramla prison from "Barzilai" hospital after which the Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs Commission demanded Wednesday evening that Nasser Abu Hamid be immediately transferred to a civil hospital.
His brother, Naji Abu Hamid, confirmed to Al Mayadeen that "the decision to transfer Nasser to the Ramla prison clinic hides an intention to kill him," noting that he "suffers from a serious health condition and needs intensive care."
Nasser Abu Hamid, from Al-Amari camp, Ramallah, is one of five brothers who were all sentenced to life by the Israeli authorities. They are Nasr, Nasser, Sharif, and Mohammad, as well as Islam, who was arrested in 2018.
A sixth brother, Abdel Moneim Abu Hamid, is a martyr. Their mother was deprived of visiting them for years, they lost their father during detention, and their family home was demolished five times - the last of which was in 2019.