Ahrar center for prisoners' studies and human rights said that the health condition of university professor Mohamed Al-Salibi, 62, deteriorated badly and was transferred by the Israeli administration of Megiddo prison to hospital.
Professor Salibi is in administrative detention and was kidnapped by the Israeli occupation forces in December 12, 2009, while returning from Mecca after performing the Hajj (pilgrimage).
Director of the center Fouad Al-Khafsh said that the professor is in very critical health condition and was given 10 injections without his consent and after tying him up in Afula hospital.
He added that Dr.Salibi is one of the famous Palestinian academic and is very well known in the Arab world, pointing that he is also considered as one of the main professors of Shari’ah ( religion studies) at Al-Najah University in Nablus.
His daughter said that that her father's face was pale and very thin when she visited him in the hospital, and that he was unable to stand up after loosing half of his weight.
She expressed fears for his life and appealed to human rights organizations to necessarily intervene to have him released from Israeli jails, specially that he is suffering from diabetes and needs special care.