The prisoner Muwaffaq ‘Arouq is being held in a critical health condition

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Nazi Occupied Palestine: According to human rights sources, the health of the prisoner afflicted with cancer, Mowaffaq Orouq (77 years old) is very critical.

The Prisoners and Editors Affairs Authority said in a statement today, Sunday, that the prisoner ‘veins live in a disturbing and critical health situation in the “Barzalai” hospital.

She explained that serious complications occurred in his health condition, as the prisoner suffers from severe pain, high temperature, lost a lot of weight, is unable to eat or drink, and is provided with food through a dedicated feeding tube that is inserted through a surgical opening in the stomach.

The authority pointed out that the Nazi occupation doctors had examined his cancer in the liver and stomach during the month of July, but the Nazi occupation Camp administration delayed his transfer to the hospital to receive chemotherapy until last November, which led to the aggravation of his condition.

At the beginning of this February, veins underwent surgery to remove stomach and cancerous intestine tumors, but he is still in urgent need of urgent medical follow-up of his condition. 

It is noteworthy that the prisoner Veins of Yafa Nazareth, in the occupied Occupation, has been detained since 2003, and is imprisoned for 30 years.

The veins of at least one of ten prisoners suffering from cancer in varying degrees, and the Nazi occupation authorities continue to detain them in a tragic detention situation that is not suitable for their difficult health conditions.

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