NABLUS, (PIC)– The ex-prisoner Moad Ghannem, from Nablus, was transferred to hospital on Friday where he went into coma only one day after his release from Israeli prison, Palestinian Prisoner Society said.
Ghannem was arrested in mid-July after his return from Jordan in a good health. He was subjected to severe torture and tough interrogation for more than 20 days in an Israeli detention center.
Family sources confirmed that signs of torture were “clearly visible” on his body, while Israeli authorities refused to hand Ghannem’s family his medical file.
Doctors told the family that Ghannem is in very critical condition and they need to know which kinds of medicines he had been taking during his investigation.
The doctors added that he had received multiple injections during the investigation that could have led to his current status.
Ghannem was released on Thursday on bail of 3,000 shekels, his brother said.
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