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Prisoners of conscience in Al-Khalifa prisons between hunger and food poisoning option

Al-Khalifa entity continues its violations against the prisoners of conscience through various inhumane ways, as it imposes collective punishments on them under flimsy pretexts.

Al-Khalifa entity continues its violations against the prisoners of conscience through various inhumane ways, as it imposes collective punishments on them under flimsy pretexts.

Since Ramadan, the prisoners of conscience have been particularly affected and, as a result of their religious observance, they have been subjected to harsh procedures, including the most basic of their rights, the food.

In this context, the family of the detainee, Hassan Saleh, who was hit by a fission bullet, said that most detainees suffer from a lack of basic meals, which are believed to be corrupt. They are between the choice of hunger or poisoning due to the bad food.

The detainee’s family expressed concern for his safety after he became thin and pale in the face, as his daily food was limited to an egg and a small cup of milk.



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