there is no improvement in their health conditions”.
“Today, I will call on the Red Cross to visit them in order to check on their health conditions and inform us of their suffering and slow death, which the IPS practices against them”, heAbu Dyak said.
He also said that both prisoners are constantly given very strong pain killers and that they can’t stand up or eat. their bodies don’t respond to drugs anymore and they even hardly speak.
Sami Abu Dyak (35 year old) from northern occupied West Bank has been suffering from cancer in his intestine and abdomen for nearly four years. He can’t move and he needs special care.
Meanwhile, Sayeh suffers from bone cancer, acute myeloid leukaemia, cardiac insufficiency by 80%, and acute pneumonia in addition to other problems.
Israeli forces had arrested Sayeh in October 8th, 2015 when he was attending a court session of his wife, who was arrested from Beit Forik in eastern Nablus.