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Mohammed al-Singace’s hunger strike continues for 47 days despite his deteriorating health

The prisoner of conscience, Mohammed Abdullah al-Singace, who has been on hunger strike for 47 days, said he will continue his hunger strike, in protest on the denial of his demand to have a fair trial and to hear his complaints of torture.

The prisoner of conscience, Mohammed Abdullah al-Singace, who has been on hunger strike for 47 days, said he will continue his hunger strike, in protest on the denial of his demand to have a fair trial and to hear his complaints of torture.

Al-Singace’s family revealed during a visit on Wednesday, 7 August 2019, that he became lean, weak and pale. During the visit,  and after 10 minutes , he stood and took off the jail shirt and remained on a cotton undershirt that  written on it “ 45 days”  symbolizing the number his hunger-strike days .

The family added that he was repeating  “I want the prison director”, where the prison guards rushed to silence him , and then they called for a lieutenant named , Saud bin Falah, who promised to sit with him after the visit.

Meanwhile, some reports from building 13 have shown that al-Singace has been transferred to solitary confinement, despite the deterioration of his health condition as a result of the strike and chronic diseases .

It worth noting that on June 22, 2019, al-Singace had announced that he had entered an open- hunger strike to protest against the failure to heed his calls for a retrial. He has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for political cases, and has sent numerous letters and reports of torture.



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