Serious deterioration in captive Mohamed Arouri’s health | #PalHunger

[ PIC 29/04/2012 – 06:02 PM ]

RAMALLAH (PIC) — Ahrar Center for Prisoners Studies and human rights warned of the deterioration of prisoner Mohamed al Arouri’s health after being on hunger strike since 12 April and after refusing to take medications for Thalassaemia that he suffers from, to protest the administrative detention against him.

Fouad Khuffash director of Ahrar Center stated that the state of captive Arouri, who insisted to continue his strike until being released, is very critical and that because of his dangerous condition he should be released immediately in order to receive the necessary medical treatment.

Khuffash appealed to international institutions and human rights organizations to intervene immediately and urgently for the release of captive Arouri and an end to administrative detention.

Arouri 27 years old was arrested in April 2011 and was deprived from his family’s visits, and even from Red Cross’ doctors and World Health Organization’s visits to check on his health.

The occupation authorities have extended administrative detention of the prisoner Arouri on the fifth of this month for the third time in a row without any charge, which made him go on hunger strike and stop taking medication.



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