Captive Sami Sha’balou suffers difficult health condition in Israeli jails

[ PIC 21/01/2013 – 09:32 PM ]

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NABLUS, (PIC)– Umm Kamal, wife of captive Sami Sha’balou detained in Ofer prison, urged human rights organizations to intervene for the immediate release of her ailing husband.

Umm Kamal told Ahrar Center for the Study of prisoners and human rights that her husband was brought on Sunday to Salem court in a difficult health status, as he had been detained in a narrow room for 10 hours, from 6 am to 4 pm, before appearing before the judge, who postponed the consideration of his case to the next month.

For her part, the prisoner’s daughter told Ahrar center that her father suffers from extremely difficult health condition, noting that the Israeli authorities prevented her and other family members from talking to him.

Director of Ahrar Center for the Study of prisoners, Fuad Al Khuffash, explained that Sami, 67, was only accused with visiting his son Kamal, the ex-prisoner who had been liberated under Wafa al-Ahrar deal and who had been exiled to the Gaza Strip.

Captive Sami Sha’balou was arrested on May 21, 2012 after the occupation forces had stormed his home in Nablus. He has been held in Ofer prison since then.

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