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Al-Khalifa transfers the patient with severe Sickle cell disease, Mohammed al-Dakqaq to solitary confinement

The family of prisoner of conscience, who suffers from severe Sickle cell disease, Mohammed al-Dakqaq has expressed deep concern over his fate after receiving reports that he had been transferred to solitary confinement at the central prison of Joe.

Al-Khalifa transfers the patient with severe Sickle cell disease, Mohammed al-Dakqaq to solitary confinement

The family of prisoner of conscience, who suffers from severe Sickle cell disease, Mohammed al-Dakqaq has expressed deep concern over his fate after receiving reports that he had been transferred to solitary confinement at the central prison of Joe.

Human rights sources quoted the family as saying that "Mohammed suffers severe and consecutive spasms, and he suffers from pressure on the kidneys because of a congenital defect since childbirth, where he was born in a single kidney and requires special living conditions".

The family stressed that he must receive food, medicine and fluids on an ongoing basis, and the protection requirements of this case must be met, demanding that he must be removed from solitary confinement and providing all necessary conditions for him.

It noteworthy that Mohammed al-Dakqaq suffers from acute Sickle cell disease and excessive skin sensitivity, and he is sentenced to 16 years and nine months based on political charges.



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