Friday, June 10, 2011

Family of sick captive appeal to Red Cross to work for his release

[ 10/06/2011 - 07:42 PM ]

TUBAS, (PIC)-- The mother of Palestinian captive Abdul Salam Bani Oudeh from Tamoun handed a letter to the International Red Cross representatives calling for the release of her sick son from Israeli occupation jails.
The mother said that her son’s condition was worsening and held the occupation prison authority responsible for his life because they are not providing him with any medical attention.
The Shatta prison administration moved Bani Oudeh to Afoula prison hospital after a sharp deterioration in his health. He is still in a critical condition and so far not diagnosed.
Oudeh was arrested 9 years ago and is serving a 30-year sentence. He was well when he was arrested, but became ill inside the jail and to this day doctors have not been able to diagnose his condition or treat him.