Med Lamin Haddi entered day 37 of his open-ended hunger strike.
Saharawi political prisoner Mohamed Lamin Haddi continues his open-ended hunger strike for 37 days amidst concern that he has slowly lost movement in most of his body, and also his ability to speak. The strike had a negative impact on his health particularly when he stopped taking sugar. He is suffering from incontinence and stomach ache.
Haddi’s mother has ended a hunger strike she went through for forty-eight hours to express her solidarity with her son and his companions detained in the Moroccan jails and to draw the attention of the United Nations and the ICRC and urge them to act to save the life of her son.
She confirms she will join her son in his battle, would he go on strike or would any harm befalls him.
It should be recalled that Mohamed Lamin Haddi, who is detained in Tiflet 2 prison, east of Rabat, had entered an open-ended hunger strike on January 13th to protest his ill-treatment, his three years of isolation and the continuous retaliation against him.
Équipe Média, occupied Western Sahara
El Aaiun, February 19, 2021