Days of Palestine

Saturday, June 10

The Israeli Occupation Denies The Right of Medical Care to Palestinian Prisoner


The Israeli administration of Ofer prison refused on Wednesday, to provide treatment and medical examinations for the Palestinian prisoner Rami Ibrahim Ahdush, as he was scheduled to undergo surgery prior to his detention.

Prisoner Rami Ahdouch stated in a letter, that Mahja al-Quds received a copy of, that before his current arrest, the doctors decided to perform surgery on him for the presence of four polyps (lumps) in the gallbladder, and asked the prison clinic to conduct medical examinations, but the clinic requested medical papers from abroad and his family sent the papers to the prison clinic Via the fax assigned to it, but it denies receiving it and refuses to conduct tests for him or even provide him with the necessary medications for him, or even to provide him with a special diet in accordance with his condition.

In his letter, prisoner Ahdouch appealed to the human rights and humanitarian institutions, especially the International Committee of the Red Cross, to pressure the occupation authorities to intervene to release him to perform his much-needed surgical operation and treatment for him outside the occupation prison.

it’s worth noting that Ahdouch is held without any real charges under administrative detention.

The Zionist occupation forces arrested him on June 14, 2022 AD; The Zionist occupation authorities transferred him to administrative detention without any charges being brought against him.

Rami Ahdouch is from the Surif suit in the Hebron governorate, He was born on December 17, 1982 AD. He is married, has 5 children, and had previous arrests in the prisons of the Israeli occupation on the ground of his political affiliation, where he spent seven years.