Prisoner Abu Jalala from Jabalia Camp Gaza & Wasfi Qabaha, former minister of prisoners

GAZA, (PIC)– The prisoners‘ center for studies has appealed to human rights groups and institutions concerned with prisoners‘ affairs to accord more attention to the issue of Mohammed Abu Jalala, who is suffering waning health conditions in Israeli captivity.

Ra’fat Hamdona, the center’s director, said in a statement on Saturday that Abu Jalala was serving four life sentences and was suffering form anemia.

He noted that Abu Jalala had written a book and many poems while in detention, recalling that he was detained in 1983 while studying in the university for inciting against occupation in Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza Strip and was subjected to cruel torture.

Abu Jalala was captured again in 1991 after attacking an Israeli target and his home was razed to the ground soon after his arrest.

Hamdona noted that Abu Jalala underwent several surgeries while in detention and spent a long time in Ramle prison hospital and many years in solitary confinement.

Meanwhile, Dr. Salah Al-Bardawil, the spokesman of Hamas’s parliamentary bloc, denounced the Israeli occupation authority for its continued detention of former minister of prisoners Wasfi Qabaha despite his bad health condition.

He said that the detention of Qabaha, who was carried to hospital on Thursday, constituted a violation of international norms and rules and his continued detention posed as an insult to all contemporary democracies.

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