#PalHunger | IOA offers deportation for Halahle, Dhiab in return for ending hunger strike

[ PIC 06/05/2012 – 09:52 PM ]

RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) has offered the release and deportation to Gaza for each of Thaer Halahle and Bilal Dhiab in return for ending their hunger strike.

Detainee Azzam Dhiab, the brother of Bilal, said that he was surprised at the presence of Askalan jail wardens in his cell on Sunday morning. He said that they asked him to go with them to Ramle prison hospital to convince his brother and Halahle to agree to end their strike in return for their deportation to Gaza.

Azzam, who is serving a life sentence and who has been on hunger strike for the 41st day in solidarity with his brother, refused, saying that he would not be used as a pressure tool on his brother.

He said that the wardens told him that his brother and Halahle had turned down the offer.

A medical team from Physicians for Human Rights said that both Dhiab and Halahle were in danger as their heartbeat went as low as 48 per minute and their body temperature was down to 35 degrees. The team said that both suffer severe pain in the stomach, and repeated fainting for long time, adding that Halahle was having difficulty in speaking and moving.

The family of Dhiab held the IOA fully responsible for his life, especially after deterioration of his condition in Ramle prison hospital, and is expecting his death any time.


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