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Mohammed al-Khor continues his hunger-strike despite his deteriorating health

According to human rights sources, the detainee Mohammed al-Khour, who has been on hunger strike for days, is suffering from a sharp drop and his blood sugar reached 2.5, due to his hunger strike.

According to human rights sources, the detainee Mohammed al-Khour, who has been on hunger strike for days, is suffering from a sharp drop and his blood sugar reached 2.5, due to his hunger strike.

In a telephone call, al-Khor continued his strike to protest against disallowing him to visit his aunt, Hamiya Jumaa, who is serving a three-year sentence in the women's prison in the city of Issa on a political background.

In an audio recording, Mohammed explained that he had made several requests since more than two years to enable him to meet her. The administration of prison had agreed on meeting her, but it obstructed the meeting later.



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