Captive with broken leg left without treatment in zionists’ jail
The family of captive Mohammed Furaihat from the town of Yamoun, west of Jenin, said the Negev prison administration has been procrastinating in providing proper treatment to Muhammad who broke his leg twenty days ago.
The family said that the prison administration has refused to transfer Muhammad, 33, by ambulance to Ramla hospital and refused to splint his broken leg inside the jail.
The captive refused to go to hospital by a vehicle used to transfer prisoners from one jail to another, as this would aggravate his pains.
Furaihat family added that Muhammad stayed in bed 20 days, which eased his pains. He accepted to be transferred to Ramle hospital even without ambulance. Four days ago he underwent an x-ray examination, and returned to the Negev prison waiting to receive treatment amid the procrastination of the prison administration.