The Palestinian Prisoners Club said that the initial account of the martyrdom of the captive Saadia Faraj Allah (68 years), from the town of Idna, west of Hebron, that she lost consciousness after completing her ablution, where the female prisoners immediately transferred her to the prison clinic “Damoon” where she is lying.
And she was martyred.And the Prisoner’s Club stated in a statement, that a court session was held for the oldest female captive among the female prisoners, last Tuesday, and she was present in a wheelchair, and her lawyer had demanded that the occupation prisons administration should present her to a specialized doctor, after medical examinations proved Her diabetes and stress increased and her health deteriorated.
The Occupation Prosecution requested in the session a judgment against her for a period of five years and 15,000 shekels in compensation, but the judgment was not finalized.
The Prisoner’s Club confirms that the captive, Faraj Allah, was subjected to the crime of medical negligence (slow killing), which constituted the most prominent policy during the past few years, and led to her martyrdom and dozens of prisoners.
He added that the captive Faraj Allah, like thousands of other prisoners, faced harsh detention conditions, including abuse and systematic policies to target the prisoners physically and psychologically.
It is noteworthy that the martyr Faraj Allah, was arrested on December 18, 2021, after she was attacked by settlers during her arrest near the Ibrahimi Mosque in the center of Hebron.
The Prisoner’s Club held the occupation fully responsible for her martyrdom, which comes with the escalation of the attack on the prisoners, and the implementation of more systematic crimes against them.
The sections of the prisoners are witnessing a state of great tension, as they began to knock on the doors and shout, after the announcement of her martyrdom, and they also announced that tomorrow will be a day of mourning for the soul of the martyr.With the martyrdom of Faraj Allah, the number of prisoners held in Israeli prisons has risen to 230 martyrs since 1967, and she is the second female captive of the captive movement’s martyrs. In 2017, Shaare Zedek Hospital, Israel.