Protest in solidarity with Palestinian prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid
A vigil in the town of Qarawat Bani Hassan, west of Salfit, with the prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid, and a demand for the release of the bodies of Palestinians detained by the Israeli occupation.
A vigil was organized in the town of Qarawat Bani Hassan, west of the city of Salfit in the West Bank, in solidarity with prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid, and demanding the bodies of Palestinian martyrs held by the Israeli occupation be released.
The participants raised Palestinian flags and pictures of the martyrs, and banners reading "Do not kill the martyr twice", and others called for international pressure on the Israeli occupation authorities to hand over the bodies.
Nasser Abu Hamid still lacks the ability to use his limbs and uses a wheelchair to move around, and he needs permanent assistance to meet his daily needs, according to the Prisoner Club.
The Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Authority had demanded that the prisoner be transferred to a civilian hospital to be cared for with the necessary medical treatments, warning of the dangers of being in the Israeli "Ramallah Prison" clinic.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported earlier that the condition of the prisoner Abu Hamid is very dangerous in light of his suffering from lung failure and blood poisoning as a result of his cancer, which led to the rapid deterioration of his health.
At the time, the occupation authorities refused to transfer the ill prisoner to Jordan or Cairo for treatment, despite the difficult health condition he suffers from.
In response, the Palestinian National and Islamic Forces Prisoners' Committee reported that the Israeli occupation prisons are in a boiling state because of medical neglect.
Earlier, the Palestinian Prisoners Club confirmed that the Israeli occupation prisons administration has transferred prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid from the Israeli "Barzilai" hospital to the "Ramla prison" clinic, despite his critical health condition.
The Club also confirmed in a statement that the Israeli decision clearly represented "the occupation's intention to start killing the prisoner Abu Hamid in light of his critical health condition and his urgent need for medical follow-up."