PLFP blames Israel for leader's health condition in jail

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October 10, 2011 23:36

 
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The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine [PLFP] blamed Israel for the deteriorating health condition of their leader Ahmed Saadat in jail, and called for his admittance to hospital, Army Radio reported.

According to report, the PFLP said that Saadat was suffering from exhaustion and a loss of unconsciousness due to a hunger strike that began two weeks ago to protest the prison conditions of security prisoners.

Saadat was sentenced to 30 years in Prison in 2006 for involvement in terrorist attacks.

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