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Al-Khalifa Regime Escalates its Repressive Policy against Prisoners of Conscience, Mainly Sick Ones

Civil sources reported that the Dry Dock Prison Administration is escalating its repressive policy and inhuman practices against detainees in isolation.

Civil sources reported that the Dry Dock Prison Administration is escalating its repressive policy and inhuman practices against detainees in isolation.

The sources made it clear that they are completely isolated from the rest of the detainees; they do not see anyone and nobody see them, and they go out to the outside patio by themselves.  The doors of the cells are closed throughout the day, and they take their meals through a small hatch under the doors, as well as they suffer from mistreatment and the cruelty of the guards and mercenary elements.

In the same context, the family of the prisoner of conscience, who is ill with severe Sickle disease , Hassan Abdullah Habib, and was sentenced to life imprisonment for a political charge, reported that the Joe Prison Administration had removed him from the military hospital, and denied him the continuation of treatment, as he had been hospitalized for treatment for 3 weeks. He was just returned to prison, despite that the specialized  physician demanded that he should be kept in hospital to complete his treatment, as he needed a blood replacement, and he has a gland in his neck that needed a surgery.

The family of the prisoner, who sentenced to life imprisonment, Ali Hassan Issa, stated that he is continuously persecuted and harassed by the mercenaries of Building 14 in Joe Prison, where he was transferred to solitary confinement, handcuffed from behind, with a low degree of central air conditioning in the building and left without cover, as well as he subjected to systematically physical assault.



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