Palestinian patients are left to “die” as a result of “medical negligence” in Israeli prisons

In addition to years of administrative detention and various problems such as “torture and ill-treatment”, the practice in question for those with health problems is at the forefront of the difficulties faced by Palestinians in Israeli prisons. For Palestinians in Israeli prisons, therefore, getting sick means “additional punishment” for a policy of “medical negligence”, as well as detention.

Palestinian institutions, which follow the files of detainees in prisons, argue that Israel has deliberately left Palestinians with health problems to die slowly.

Finally, Hıdır Adnan died on April 2, 87 days after the hunger strike launched by Israel against his “administrative detention” in prison without trial.

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtiyya stated that Israel carried out the assassination of imprisoned Hidir Adnan “through medical negligence”.

Making a statement on the subject, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that they would take Adnan’s death to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

It is stated that the Israeli authorities, who “condoned his death” by not sending Adnan to the hospital despite his deteriorating health condition, continued to violate other Palestinians who had health problems in prisons.

4,900 Palestinians in Israeli prisons and detention centers

According to the data of the Prisoner Affairs Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Palestinian Prisoners Association, around 4,900 Palestinians, including 30 women, 160 underage children, and approximately 1,000 administrative detainees (held in prison without trial), are in Israeli prisons and detention centers. exists.

There are about 700 Palestinians with health problems, including 24 cancer patients, and there are also patients who need to undergo medical operations.

In addition to the 152 Palestinians detained for more than 20 years, 23 Palestinians arrested before the Oslo Accords were signed in 1993 are still behind bars.

Of those in prison, 554 were sentenced to life imprisonment one or more times.

236 Palestinians have died in prisons since 1967

Palestinian Prisoner Affairs sources report that since 1967, when Israel occupied East Jerusalem and the West Bank, a total of 236 detainees have lost their lives in prisons, 75 of them as a result of medical negligence.

Israel buries the bodies of Palestinians that he did not hand over to his family, in graves called the “Graveyard of Numbers”, on which there are only numbers instead of names.

It is stated that the bodies of 256 Palestinians who have lost their lives in various ways since 1967 are found in the cemetery in question.

Israel, which has kept the bodies of 137 Palestinians for the last 8 years, still holds the bodies of 12 prisoners, the oldest of whom was Enis Devle, who died in 1980 in Ashkelon Prison.

Palestinians with health problems in Israeli prisons

According to Palestinian sources, some of the detainees and convicts waiting for treatment in Israeli prisons are as follows:

Asif er-Rufai, 20, suffered from medical neglect after being diagnosed with colon cancer, and the disease spread throughout his body. Rufai, who is being held in Ofer Prison, is waiting for chemotherapy treatment.

Velid Dikka has been imprisoned for 37 years and has been diagnosed with spinal cord cancer. Dikka’s health is deteriorating.

Musa Safvan has been in prison since 2003. Safvan, who was sentenced to life imprisonment, was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Abdulbasit Matan was diagnosed with colon cancer while in an Israeli prison as an administrative prisoner.

Muvaffak Aruk was diagnosed with stomach and intestinal cancer. Aruk, who had a part of his stomach removed in an operation and is still struggling with health problems, has been imprisoned since 2003 and sentenced to 30 years in prison.

Mansur Mevkade, besides being paralyzed, suffers from stomach and intestinal discomfort. Mevkade has been imprisoned since 2002 and has a 30-year prison sentence.

Mutasim Raddad is struggling with chronic and acute intestinal infection. In addition, Raddad, who suffers from high blood pressure and heart failure, has been imprisoned since 2006 and has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Riyadh al-Amur lives with a pacemaker and suffers from frequent cases of fainting. Amur, who has been imprisoned since 2002, was sentenced to 11 life sentences.

Nahid al-Akra had two legs amputated in four operations. Akra, who is wheelchair bound and sentenced to three life sentences, has been in detention since 2007.

Yusru al-Misri, who has a liver tumor, underwent an operation in 2013 to remove the cancerous tumor that caused complications due to medical negligence. Misri, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison, has been in detention since 2003.

Mohammed Ibrash was badly wounded by the Israeli forces gun before he was arrested. His condition worsened as a result of the medical negligence he suffered during his detention. İbraş, who was injured in his left eye before, is confined to a wheelchair in prison. Over time, he lost the ability to see in his right eye and his hearing ability decreased considerably. Ibraş, who was sentenced to 3 life sentences and 30 years in prison, has been in prison since 2002.

Khaled al-Savis was badly injured by Israeli forces before he was arrested in 2004. Saviş, who was hit by shrapnel pieces on many parts of his body and lived with painkillers, was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Ala al-Hims was arrested in 2012. He contracted tuberculosis in prison, as a result of which he was treated for six months without interruption. Hıms, who has a tumor in his lymph nodes, is experiencing intense tremors in his hands and feet due to the problems in his nerves as well as the stomach discomfort he suffers from. Hıms is sentenced to 29 years in prison.

Yasser Rabaya has been imprisoned since 2001 and sentenced to life imprisonment. Rabaya, who was diagnosed with bowel cancer, underwent an operation in 2007 where part of her liver was removed.

Murad Ebu Muaylik is struggling with serious infections in the small and large intestines after his hunger strike in 2004. Muaylik underwent eight therapeutic operations. Muaylik, who was sentenced to 22 years in prison, has been in detention since 2001.

Mohammed Adil Davud has been imprisoned for 34 years. One of the former detainees arrested before the Oslo Accords were signed. David, who has chronic health problems, had intestinal surgery.

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