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Prisoner Raddad in critical health condition

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Gaza12Sep1RAMALLAH (PNIC):-Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Commission warned in a report issued on Monday of the worsening health condition of the Palestinian prisoner Mo'tasem Raddad.

Lawyer Mo'taz Shkirat, who visited Raddad on Monday, affirmed that the prisoner suffers from continuous bleeding in the intestines, weak immune system, skin diseases treated with liquid oxygen daily, high blood pressure and severe pain in most parts of his body.

Raddad, who has been diagnosed with intestinal cancer, also suffers from heart problems, poor sight, chronic asthma, regular headaches and painful inflammation in the joints. According to Prisoners and Ex-Prisoner Commission, Raddad's case is considered the most serious inside Israeli jails.

Raddad, 35, who is a resident of Seida town in Tulkarem province, was arrested and sentenced to 20 years in jail in 2006.

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