Mohammad Al-Signace's Health Deteriorates as His Hunger Strike Continues
2021-09-08 - 8:59 p
Bahrain Mirror: Detainee Mohammad (Abd Ali) Al-Singace said that his health situation is deteriorating due to his hunger strike.
Al-Signace has announced starting a hunger strike on the onset of the month.
Al-Singace demands a fair and transparent investigation into the torture and ill-treatment he is being subjected to, and taking into account international guarantees of fair trials.
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh posted on her Twitter account an audio recording of Al-Singace confirming that he is continuing his hunger strike despite his health deterioration.
Al-Singace stressed that his blood sugar level decreased to 3.8, with a sharp drop in blood pressure, adding that he feels fatigue and weak.
Al-Saegh noted that Al-Singace complained that the relevant authorities had ignored his letters demanding justice.
Al-Singace had written to the President of the Supreme Judicial Council and the execution judge, but no one has responded yet.
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