Occupied Palestine (In Palestine Today)- The family of Kayed Al Fasfous said that doctors told him that he is close to sudden death and that they noticed signs indicating the formation of blood clots.
Fasfous, who has been on hunger strike for 122 days in protest against his administrative detention without charges or trials, is held at Barzilai hospital. His condition has been described as deteriorating.
The Israeli authorities refuse to release him desire his serious condition. He occasionally loses consciousness, and he suffers from tachycardia, pains in his chest, and low blood pressure.
Fasfous, from Dora in occupied Hebron, is a father of one girl. He, and members of his family, were subjected to arbitrary arrests on several occasions, which prevented him from completing his university studies.