Monthly Report issued by Hurryyat
The prisoners in Ramla prison clinic are demanding the release of the ailing prisoner, Sami Abu Diak, to spend the last remaining days of his life with his mother.
Center for Defense of Liberties & Civil Rights “Hurryyat” has emphasized in their Monthly Report the impact of the Center’s lawyer, Ibtisam Anatti, visits to prisons including Ramla, Megiddo, and Ofra in July 2019. The lawyer has stated that the health situation of the prisoner, Sami Ahed Abu Diak from Silat al-Zuhr in Jenin, imprisoned in Ramla is in continuous deterioration. The prisoner suffers from a cancerous stomach mass in the nerve center area. According to medical reports, the cancer has begun to spread throughout his body, especially around the lungs and stomach – there are 20 cancerous masses in the stomach, a mass in the abdominal stomach area, and there are 3 cancerous lumps – one in the left lung, and two in the right lung. Sami Abu Diak has undergone chemical treatment for a long period time; however, the results were negative. The prisoner is currently taking several analgesic drugs, the doctor told the representative of the prisoners that Sami dealt with a large amount of anesthetic, including several ones with a heavier dose. The doctors fear that Sami falls into a coma due to his heavy intake of medicine According to the hospital’s latest report, prisoner Abu Diak is the most difficult case in the prisons. The Red Cross doctor told the lawyer that the prison doctor informed him that they had claimed responsibility for him. The Red Cross doctor told the lawyer that the prison medical officer had informed him that his case is hopeless.
The prisoners in Ramla prison clinic are demanding the release of the ailing prisoner, Sami Abu Diak, to spend the last remaining days of his life with his mother. The lawyer has carried Sami’s message saying, “Whoever is sentenced to death is asked for a last wish, and my wish is to die between my mother’s arms and not to go to her dead.”
Sami Abu Diak states that he was subjected to a medical error in Soroka Medical Center, where he was being treated from a stomach infection, and underwent a surgery before being treated from the infections. The medical error has changed his infection into cancerous lumps. Assaf Harofeh Medical Center has confirmed that Soroka made a medical error on the expense of the prisoner.
The lawyer was able to visit the prisoners, Eyad Ahmad Moussa Hurraibat and Ahmad Abu Khader in Ramla medical clinic. Eyad, who’s from Khalil and has been given life sentence + 20 years in prison, has stated that he was half paralyzed but is currently able to walk due to continuous treatment and physical therapy. The prisoner Ahmed Abu Khader, representative of prisoners in the clinic, gave a brief statement about the health of the prisoners:
During the laweyrs visit to Magedo prison, she was able to meet with:
On her visit to Ofra prison, the lawyer was able to visit the prisoner Raed Mohammed Ibrahim Badwan, who was arrested on August 6th, 2015 and is still detained until now. Was arrested Jaba’ on charges of running over soldiers and was shot with six bullets – there are two bullets in his hand, a bullet in the throat, a bullet to the side of the lung, a bullet in the spine, and bullet near the kidney. He was taken to a hospital in Tasdiq, still suffering from bullets in his body, the prisoner stated that most of the bullets in his hand are still painful. He needs to follow up on the medical file and is in urgent need of a doctor because he is suffering from severe and intense pains.
During her visit to Gilboa Prison, Anati said that the prisoner Mohammed Ibrahim Safran from Ramallah was arrested on Ovtobor 19th, 2017. He is married and has two children. He is sentenced to 8 years’ imprisonment. He suffers from an injury to the right leg in the thigh from that caused an 85% leg paralysis. He was arrested and injured. He underwent surgery at the Ramla prison clinic and is on painkillers. He said he was suffering from ailments and that the clinic was poor managed and were not treating ailing prisoners but instead the prisoners were treating themselves.
Center for Defense of Liberties & Civil Rights “Hurryyat”
July 28th, 2019