HRANA News Agency – The six Sunni prisoners of Ghezelhesar prison, who were sentenced to death, are suffering from disturbed vision and kidney bleeding, on their 55th days of hunger strike.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Hamed Ahmadi, one of these Sunni prisoners, has kidney bleeding and can not urinate. He is in a dangerous condition.
Disturbed vision is other problem, which these prisoners are facing and authorities do not have any consideration about it.
Dr. Mahmoud Amiri Moghaddam, the human right activist, physician and resident of Norway, has stated about the condition of these prisoners: “The condition is very serious and strike has entered into the stage that will cause unmitigated effects.”
An informed source told to HRANA’s reporter: “When the families of these prisoners went to visit them, on Saturday morning, the Ghezelhessar prison authorities insulted and interrogated them. The families could come to prison only after four months to visit their beloved but unfortunately the prison authorities insulted them severely. Finally, after hundreds of kilometers distance from Sanandaj to Ghezelhesar prison, they had only 10 minutes for their visit.”
Hamed Ahmadi, Kamal Moulayi, Jamshid Dehghani, Jahangir Dehghani, Seddigh Mohamadi and Seyed Hadi Hosseini are in hunger strike from Monday, November 4, in response to deliberate violence to Separation of the crime act and the their death sentences.