Waed Association: Israeli Occupation seeks revenge against Walid Daqqa
The Waed Prisoners' Affairs Association stresses that the Israeli Occupation's insistence on refusing to release Palestinian Prisoner Walid Daqqa is an attempt to seek revenge against him.
The Waed Prisoners' Affairs Association reported on Saturday that Walid Daqqa's health continues to deteriorate as he remains bedridden at the Ramla Prison clinic as the Israeli Occupation rejected, once again, all efforts to release Daqqa, who had hopes of spending his final days outside the prison.
"The occupation's insistence on rejecting all solutions comes in a clear context of vengeance against the prisoner Daqqa and settling their account with him."
The association indicated that 17 prisoners in the Ramla Prison are currently ill and suffering from chronic illnesses. It also noted that adding Palestinian prisoner Asif Al-Rifai has been one of the most serious cases where cancer had spread throughout his body last month.
Daqqa's condition worsened as cancer spread throughout his entire body. However, Daqqa's health has worsened given the systematic medical neglect policy imposed by the Israeli Occupation. It is worth noting that Sheikh Khader Adnan was martyred in May due to the systematic medical neglect policies imposed by the Israeli Occupation.
'Israel' practicing slow killing against cancer-stricken Walid Daqqa
A few days ago, the Waed Prisoners Affairs Association published a brief update on the conditions of ill prisoners in Israeli occupation prisons, including that of Daqqa.
The Association warned that bone marrow cancer-stricken prisoner Walid Daqqa, whom the Israeli authorities refuse to release, is facing the risk of imminent death after undergoing a lung resection and cardiac catheterization, and his body is not responding to chemotherapy, which was administered very late.
It is noteworthy that numerous reports touched on the Ramla Prison clinic, which Palestinian prisoners described as a "slaughterhouse", given that it lacked all health necessities and has been considered worse than prison.