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Families of detainees call on Al-Khalifa regime to allow the right of visitation and treatment

The family of the detainee Mohammed Abdullah al-Singace expressed concern for his safety after news from Joe Prison showed that his health was deteriorated as a result of the hunger strike with the absence of the medical treatment and follow-up.

The family of the detainee Mohammed Abdullah al-Singace expressed concern for his safety after news from Joe Prison showed that his health was deteriorated as a result of the hunger strike with the absence of the medical treatment and follow-up.

Additionally, the family of the detainee Sadiq Jaffar al-Karani expressed deep concern about his health and safety, noting that the administration of Dry Dock Prison had deprived him of the right of visit for the second time on this month, which was scheduled on Thursday, June 27, 2019 for no reason. The family stated that the detainees are deprived of the right of visits, considering that this ban falls within the policy of restrictions against detainees and humiliating their parents.

On the other hand, the family of the detainee Hussein Jum’a Radhi expressed fears after reports  revealed that the administration of the central prison of Joe moved him yesterday to solitary confinement, where psychological torture and ill-treatment are followed.



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