Ramadan Ahmed Kamal Transferred to Qazvin Prison
HRANA News Agency – Despite incomplete treatment, Ramadan Ahmed Kamal, Kurdish Syrian prisoner was transferred to Qazvin prison from Rajai Shahr prison on September 25.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Ramadan Ahmed Kamal, was transferred to Qazvin prison from Rajai Shahr prison on September 25.
This political prisoner had been transferred to Rajai Shahr Prison for medical treatment. But despite incomplete treatment, in particular the essential physical therapy after the surgery, he was returned to Qazvin prison by order of Mohammad Mardani, head of Rajai Shahr prison.
Also Mr. Shojaee responsible for the ward did not allow him to take his personal belongings including his medications. The political prisoner because of the bullets in his body and infections, is in critical need of medical treatment.
Ahmed Ramadan Kamal son of Muslim, was arrested in 2008, along with three members of the PKK who said that they had entered Iranian borders by mistake.
The Syrian Kurd from Kobani was sentenced to death on charge of Muharebeh through membership in the Kurdistan Workers Party of Turkey at revolutionary court of Khoy. During this time, he has been in Mahabad prison, Qazvin, Tehran’s Evin and Rajai Shahr prison.
When he was arrested, he was wounded by five bullets and his right arm was badly damaged.
The bullets are still in his body after eight.
He repeatedly has gone on hunger strike to protest against lack of medical attention to his situation.