Yet another case of claimed medical neglicence by the occupier Israel is that of political prisoner Mohammed Saeed Bisharat(32).
Bisharat, from Tammoun north of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, has been imprisoned by the Israeli occupation since August 1st 2001 when he was 16.
He was sentenced to 18 years imprisonment by Israel’s occupation forces’ military court.
Mohammed Bisharat has been ill and moved between the notorious Ramleh prison clinic and a hospital in ethnically cleansed Palestine 1948 since May because of his ‘difficult health situation’.
According to Israeli doctors, he suffers from kidney failure and would need dialysis three times a week. Whether he will get the treatment he needs is, apparently, still an open question.
The consequence of not getting the treatment would be death.
He should not be mistaken for another political prisoner with the same name from Tammoun: Mohammed Aref Bisharat, member of Hamas’ al-Qassam Brigades, who has been imprisoned by Israeli occupation since 1992 and sentenced to 75 years imprisonment by occupation military court.