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Mohammed al-Dakqaq who suffers a severe sickle-cell anemia is prohibited from visits after being transferred to solitary confinement

According to the Media Committee of the youth of Karababad, the detainee who suffers a severe sickle-cell anemia- Mohammed al-Dakqaq was forbidden from visits, and denied to exit because he was transferred to solitary confinement for unknown reasons.

Mohammed al-Dakqaq who suffers a severe sickle-cell anemia is prohibited  from visits after being transferred to solitary confinement

According to the Media Committee of the youth of Karababad, the detainee who suffers a severe sickle-cell anemia- Mohammed al-Dakqaq was forbidden from visits, and denied to exit because he was transferred to solitary confinement for unknown reasons.

The committee explained through its social networking site Twitter that Muhammad was supposed to has a visit on Monday April 8, 2019, but when his parents arrived at the central prison, they were told that he is not allowed to leave because he was being held in solitary confinement without giving reasons.

Mohammed al-Dakqaq suffers from acute sickle-cell anemia disease and excessive skin sensitivity, and is sentenced to 16 years and nine months on political charges.



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