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Under the Fear of Tuberculosis Outbreak at Prisons… The Detainee’s Families Escalate the Popular Movement.

On Friday, June 3, 2022, a popular movement was witnessed in a number of regions in solidarity with the political detainees under the growing fears about the outbreak of the infectious disease (tuberculosis) which it was confirmed that a number of them had been infected.

Under the Fear of Tuberculosis Outbreak at Prisons… The Detainee’s Families Escalate the Popular Movement.

On Friday, June 3, 2022, a popular movement was witnessed in a number of regions in solidarity with the political detainees under the growing fears about the outbreak of the infectious disease (tuberculosis) which it was confirmed that a number of them had been infected.

In this context, the village of Al-Sanabis, which embraces the daily sit-in of the people, witnessed an angry march. The detainees’ families in the capital of the revolution “Sitra” and the towns of “Al-Malikiyah, Al-Diraz, Damistan, Ma’ameer, Karzakkan and Al-Dair”

also held sit-ins calling for the immediate release of the political detainees after the spread of tuberculosis in prisons, they also affirmed their solidarity with the two detainees sentenced to death in Saudi prisons “Sadeq Thamer and Jaafar Sultan” and their rejection of the unfair death sentences.

The revolutionary slogans affirming the prisoners’ right to freedom, rejecting normalization and upholding the central cause of Palestine were written on the walls of the towns “Al-Markh and Al-Maqsha”.

The Ministry Health in Bahrain had acknowledged the spread of tuberculosis in Al-Khalifa’s prisons, claiming that there is only one infected person and he’s stable and undergoing the necessarily treatment and medical care, and that it is doing the

necessary tests precautionary on the rest of the people sitting with him to check on the health situation in general, while jurists affirmed that the number of confirmed people infected with tuberculosis is two, with a suspected third case, in addition to the editor “Ahmad Jaber Radhi”.

It should be noted that Amnesty International has expressed its deep concern about the regime’s gross negligence of tuberculosis “cases” among the detainees of Jaw prison.

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  • News Concerning the Rising Number of Tuberculosis-Infected People in Al-Khalifah Prisons. 
  • The Ministry of Health Admits the Spread of Tuberculosis in Al-Khalifa’s Prisons.
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