Occupied WB, ALRAY - Chairman of Detainees Commission Qadri Abu Baker on Monday morning warned that the health conditions of Palestinian prisoners Sami Abu Diak and Bassam al-Sayeh have been sorely getting worse.
Abu Baker said, in a press statement, that the condition of the two prisoners Abu Diak and al-Sayeh is extremely serious, adding “we expect that either of them to be died at any moment.”
He indicated that the two prisoners are now relying on very powerful painkillers, pointing out that they can’t stand up or eat alone, with their bodies don’t respond to medicines and therapies.
Abu Baker added that they also suffer from a difficulty in speaking, and their conditions are getting dangerous, particularly with reference to the condition of the prisoner al-Sayeh.
According to Palestinian figures, about 5,700 Palestinians, including 48 women and 250 children, are currently languishing in Israeli detention jails.