The Prisoner’s Club publishes a testimony from the prisoners about the crime that the occupation carried out against the prisoner Abu Hamid

The Prisoners' Club published today, Wednesday, a testimony from the prisoners about the systematic crime, the policy of medical negligence "slow killing", which was committed against the prisoner Nasser Abu Hamid, as he faces a critical health condition in the Israeli "Barzilai" Hospital. .

According to the testimony of his companions in the families, Abu Hamid suffered at the beginning of January 2021 from severe chest pains and difficulty breathing, and the prison doctor’s diagnosis was not based on any laboratory tests, and he confirmed at the time that what he suffers is a normal infection that does not need more than an antibiotic.

Nasser's condition lasted for two months, during which he visited the prison clinic several times, but his health condition worsened, and he began to complain of vomiting with a foul smell, while the prison doctor continued to provide him with painkillers only.

After nearly three months, Nasser began to suffer from difficulty eating, accompanied by vomiting constantly, and his weight rapidly decreased, then the prisoners in “Ashkelon” took steps to pressure the prison administration to conduct serious and in-depth examinations in external hospitals, and not to be satisfied with the examinations routine.

As a result of the pressure exerted by the prisoners on the prison administration, Nasser was transferred for an x-ray not in the “Ramle Clinic” prison and not in an external civil hospital, and the diagnosis was a mass on the left lung, however, the prison clinic continued to dispense large quantities of antibiotics, considering That the mass can go away with it.

The prisoners added that the occupation prisons administration continued to delay in not referring Nasser early to a specialized doctor in a civilian hospital, which was repeated in all cases of medical negligence “slow killing”, and this is due to the fact that the medical staff in prisons that are part of the prison staff who are subject to the regime The administration that systematically uses the prisoner's right to treatment as a tool of abuse.

As his health deteriorated and the prisoners’ demands continued, he was transferred to Barzilai Hospital, where he was subjected to more accurate examinations and x-rays that showed that he had a tumor, and it was decided to remove it and take a biopsy from it. Because his detention in a civilian hospital requires guarding, Nasser was returned before his recovery to prison.

After a period of time about a month, it was found that the tumor was not benign, and this is according to the diagnosis of the same doctors who initially confirmed that it was not malignant, which was not accurate as the cancerous cells returned to spread, and it was decided for him to have chemotherapy sessions that took approximately 20 days to start. Up to a month after surgery.

After Nasser received the first dose, he felt pressure in the lung accompanied by severe pain, and he was taken back to the hospital for three days, during which, according to the medical staff in Barzilai, they emptied the lung of air by inserting a tube into it.

The Prisoner’s Club says, quoting the prisoners, “We would like to emphasize that the information provided by a doctor in the hospital is, as we believe, the main reason for the deterioration of Nasser’s health, as he said that the tube that was inserted into the lung was three times the size of what Nasser’s lung needed, so the operation accompanied Severe pain, and this error is due to the fact that the specialist in such operations was busy, and the one who performed the operation was a trainee.”

Nasser contracted a lung germ that he had received through the aforementioned tube, which worsened his health. However, he was returned to prison and received the second dose of the chemist, and days later he was transferred to Barzilai Hospital after his temperature reached 40 degrees, and the doctor believed In prison that heat according to his diagnosis it is because of the dose he received.

In this context, the Prisoner Club confirms once again that all the details that Nasser was exposed to prove the extent of the crime that was carried out against him.   

It is noteworthy that the prisoner Abu Hamid has been detained since 2002, and is sentenced to life imprisonment 7 times and 50 years. He is among five brothers facing life sentences in the Israeli occupation prisons. Four of them were arrested in addition to Nasser in 2002: Nasr, Nasser, Sharif, and Muhammad, In addition to their brother Islam, who was arrested in 2018, they have a sixth martyr's brother, Abdel Moneim.

The rest of the family was arrested, and their mother was deprived of visiting them for years, and they lost their father during the years of their detention, and the family home was demolished five times, the last of which was in 2019.


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