Prisoner Abu Hawash's health in critical condition
Brother of Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash confirms that the prisoner is facing a critical health condition after 113 days on hunger strike, while the Israeli occupation refuses to transfer him to the hospital.
Imad Abu Hawash, stated that his brother, Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash, is in a very critical health condition, medical reports showed.
Abu Hawash revealed that the Military Court of Appeals rejected a request to transfer the prisoner to a civilian hospital from the so-called Ramla Prison clinic.
He added that most human rights institutions were notified about Hisham's situation, but the occupation authorities did not respond to the calls regarding his critical condition.
Imad pointed out that his brother continues his hunger strike despite his critical health condition.
The Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs confirmed that Hisham insists on continuing his open hunger strike in protest of his administrative detention, despite the seriousness of his health situation and entering a critical stage.
The Commission indicated that Abu Hawash is suffering severe aches all over his body, physical weakness, constant vomiting, weight loss, in addition to moving on a wheelchair.
Abu Hawash, 39, from Dura, al-Khalil, has been in Ramla Prison clinic and has been detained since October 2020. He is also a former prisoner who spent a total of 8 years in occupation prisons.
The prisoner has previously received two administrative detention orders for a period of 6 months and is currently facing serious health conditions.