Prisoner al-Qawasmi's Mother Announces His Transfer to the ICU
Prisoner Miqdad Al-Qawasmi's mother announces his transfer to the intensive care unit after his health condition deteriorated, and sends a message to the world to save her son from the clutches of the occupation.
Prisoner Miqdad Al-Qawasmi, who has been on hunger strike for 95 days, was reportedly transferred to the Intensive Care Unit after his health deteriorated today, as revealed by his mother Iman Badr.
Iman said in an interview with Al-Mayadeen that "the occupation isn't allowing us to visit him except with heavy security and in the presence of the occupation forces," noting that "we have not seen any serious move yet by the decision-makers to rescue him."
The prisoner's mother confirmed in a video on her Facebook page yesterday that Miqdad is in a very poor health condition, noting that during her last visit, "his limbs were as cold as snow and his face was pale."
She also pointed out that the hospital administration is treating him as a prisoner and is depriving him of his rights, explaining that her son "suffers from arbitrary measures against him, starting from his arrest, with his rights tripped away despite being bedridden in the hospital." She concluded by asserting that Miqdad will only receive his natural right after a great struggle.
In the same context, prisoner Kayed al-Fasfous continues his hunger strike for the 102nd day in a row, amid a deterioration in his health and the occupation's refusal to respond to his demands to end his administrative detention.
The prisoner Alaa al-Araj has also been on hunger strike for 78 days, Hisham Abu Hawash for 69 days, Shadi Abu Aker for 61 days, Ayyad al-Harimi for 32 days, and Raafat Abu Rabei for eight days.