Health of hunger strikers in Nitsan-Ramla isolation cells seriously deteriorating

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RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COM — A number of hunger striking prisoners being held in Nitsan-Ramla isolation cells have seen their health deteriorate significantly, the strikers’ media committee revealed in a statement issued on Monday.

Some of the prisoners were transferred to Israeli hospitals after their health deteriorated, the committee pointed out.

Following his visit to the prison, lawyer for the committee Ihab al-Ghuliz said that growing number of prisoners are facing serious health problems including frequent fainting, vomiting, sharp head pains, low blood pressure, and weight loss.

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There are currently 72 Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Nitsan isolation cells in Ramla prison protesting their catastrophic detention conditions. (PALINFO)

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