Abdulwahab Hussein’s Family Expresses Concern over their son's Health: He is on Wheel Chair & Step Closer to Paralysis

2016-11-02 - 9:44 p

Bahrain Mirror: The family of prominent opposition leader, detainee Abdulwahab Hussein, expressed their deep concern over the health of their detained son "Hussein" who is accused in the case known as "Al-Basta Group".

Akila, Abdulwahab's daughter, said in a series of tweets on Tuesday (November 1, 2016) that her brother suffers from back disc due to the unfavorable conditions in the Dry Dock Prison.

She added "the side effects of Hussein's case have become more critical; he is a step closer to paralysis," explaining that he was transferred to the Dry Dock's clinic more than once, but in vain. Akila further stated "we sent his medical report to the Dry Dock's administration and the doctor demanded that they use a medical bed for Hussein after the injections failed to mitigate his pain." However, the prison's administration refused the doctor's request.

The family said they visited Hussein yesterday and he was on wheelchair due to the severe back disc pains, Akila went on to say.

She continued "we told Hussein during our visit that the doctor on duty did not take any treating measures and he only prescribed him pain killers." Hussein's visit to the Al-Qalaa clinic was only for few minutes and the doctor did not see Hussein's medical reports.

Akila added "Hussein's health condition is bad. He is no longer able perform his prayers while standing up due to his deteriorating health condition."

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