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Prisoners of conscience enter a hunger strike due to ill- treatment

The family of the detainee Ali al-Hajji expressed concern about him after he entered a hunger strike since a week ago because of the interruption of treatment, medication, and the meal given to him by the doctor.

Prisoners of conscience enter a hunger strike due to ill- treatment

The family of the detainee Ali al-Hajji expressed concern about him after he entered a hunger strike since a week ago because of the interruption of treatment, medication, and the meal given to him by the doctor.

Ali al-Hajji is sentenced to 10 years in prison on charges of political background, and has spent half the time so far.

In the same context, the sports prisoner Mohammed Mirza, the hero of Jiu Jitsu game , announced his hunger strike since 7 April 2019 in protest against the lack of proper medical care, as it takes months to see the doctor. The player Mirza is sentenced to 10 years and he served 8 years so far.

The prisoner of conscience, Muhammad Noah, also began a hunger strike three days ago because of the ill- treatment, where he suffered a severe pain in his intestines.



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