Yesterday, Monday, the Prisoners and Editors Affairs Authority reported on its Facebook page that the freed prisoner, Mohamed Salah El-Din, from the town of Hizma, had died due to his suffering from cancer and its complications during his detention.
The commission pointed out that the occupation authorities released the prisoner, Salah El-Din, several months ago, after the disease became widespread in his body and did not provide him with the necessary treatments during his detention, but rather practiced intentional and real medical negligence against him.
She explained that the prisoner, Salah El-Din, 20, from the town of Hizma, north of occupied Jerusalem, had been arrested since April 7, 2019, and was sentenced to two years in prison, and was released after the commission made major legal efforts to release him due to his serious health condition.
The head of the commission, Major General Qadri Abu Bakr, held the occupation authorities and the management of their prisons fully responsible for the life of the martyr editor Salah El-Din, against whom a premeditated medical crime was committed that led to his death today.
It is noteworthy that about 700 prisoners in the occupation prisons are sick prisoners, of whom 280 suffer from difficult and chronic diseases, and more than 12 suffer from various cancerous diseases.