Head of the prisoner affairs committee, Issa Qaraqe’ on Wednesday said that prisoner Mohammad Allan’s health was improving now after he broke his 65-day hunger strike, but still needs intensive care to recover from the brain damage he sustained during the strike.
Allan is still in the Israeli Barzilai hospital, but there are debates to move him to Al-Jami’a hospital in the West Bank city of Nablus.
His family was finally able to visit him after Israel set him free, changing his status from prisoner to patient.
Qaraqe’ said that there is a remarkable improvement in Allan’s health and spirits that he gained freedom from his administrative detention in Israeli prisons.
Qaraqe’ said that Allan still has some health issues such as high temperature, bthat it will take some time to recover.