Israeli occupation court refused an appeal to release the Palestinian cancer-stricken Nasser Abu Hamid on Sunday, October 23.
In a press statement, the Palestinian Prisoners Club reported that an Israeli hearing to decide early release for Nasser Abu Hamid ended with no decision.
Abu Hamid’s lawyer submitted several petitions to the Israeli court, demanding an early release for the cancer-stricken prisoner.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian commission of detainees and ex-detainees said that this refusal came despite the serious health conditions of Abu Hamid.
Earlier in September, a medical report was issued demanding an early release for Abu Hamid, but the Israeli court rejected it.
Abu Hamid, 40, was detained in Ramallah in 2002 and sentenced to life imprisonment for seven times and 50 years. He was one of five siblings serving long sentences in Israeli prions.