The Prisoners' and Ex-Prisoners' Affairs Authority reported today, Thursday, that detainee Kayed Al-Fasfous continues his hunger strike for the 64th day in a row, in protest against his administrative detention, and his health condition has noticeably deteriorated and his life has become increasingly dangerous.
The Commission explained in a statement issued that, according to the lawyer’s visit to the Fasfous detainee in the Ramla prison clinic, he suffers from constant suffocation, shortness of breath, and severe pain in the joints and back. He also suffers from intermittent sleep and the inability to perform basic human tasks such as bathing and others. He has lost a lot of weight since the beginning of the strike and refuses to undergo medical examinations and take health supplements.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli occupation prison administration isolated the detainee Fasfous since the beginning of his open hunger strike, under conditions and abusive procedures in the isolation of the Negev and Ashkelon prisons. It did not transfer him to a civil hospital to receive appropriate health care despite his request and the deterioration of his health condition. Rather, it transferred him to the Ramla prison clinic, which lacked adequate facilities. The lowest standards of health care for several days.
PALYOUTH . J.R