- Published on Monday, 30 July 2012 09:25
On Monday, 30th July, Palestinian prisoner's society holds Israeli authorities responsible for the life of the isolated prisoner Dirar Abu Sisi, 42, from Gaza.
Abu Sisi's health condition had sharply deteriorated and the society is concerned about his life, especially when Sisi was unable to go out of his Solitary confinement to meet the lawyer of prisoners' society, who visited him in Ashkelon Israeli prison.
The prisoners' society told PNN that Abu Sisi is one of the prisoners who were kept in solitary confinements despite the signed agreement to release them from their isolation. The agreement was signed in the middle of May after the Palestinian captive movement launched its hunger strike that lasted for 28 days.
Despite the continuous requests to end Sisi's isolation, the Israeli prisons' administration insisted to keep him isolated without taking into account his critical health condition. Abu Sisi suffered from several diseases and he lost large amount of weight.
It's worth mentioning that the prisoner was kidnapped in 18/2/2012 in Ukraine, and he has been kept in solitary confinement since then.