Muhammad al-Khudari, a Hamas representative, is battling death in Saudi prisons | A nation is tweeting out of tune

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The Saudi “Prisoners of Conscience” account revealed a dangerous deterioration in the health status of Dr. Muhammad al-Khudari, a leader in the Hamas movement, who is detained by the authorities of Bin Salman and his son Hani.

The account of “Prisoners of Conscience” said in tweets monitored by (Watan) that Dr. Al-Khudary had entered the stage of real danger. After cancer had spread to his body.

To the point that his body no longer responds to any treatment, which necessitates his immediate release from prison to be presented to doctors.

He completed the account in a second tweet that “Amnesty International renews its demand for the immediate release of Dr. Mohammed Al-Khudari (Hamas representative in the Kingdom).

This was due to the continuing deterioration of his health, especially his partial loss of movement with one of his hands, and the loss of a number of his teeth as a result of medical negligence. Deliberate in prison. ”

And commented on the issue of Hamas activist Adham Abu Salmiya, a former spokesman for the March of Return and Lifting the Siege, and residing in Istanbul.

Where he posted a tweet through his personal account on Twitter, saying: “A serious deterioration in Dr. Muhammad Al-Khudri, 84 years old, was unjustly detained in Saudi prisons.

He continued: “I do not understand any danger that a man burdened with diseases poses to a country he considers his second country, who lived and worked in it, and was a permanent guest at its leadership.”

The Amnesty report said that earlier this year 2021, Dr. Muhammad Al-Khudary lost the ability to move his right hand and some of his teeth. He is now dependent on his son, who is being held with him, to feed and help him in prison.

In November of last year 2020, Dr. Al-Khudary and his son Hani were transferred to Abha. It is a facility that lacks the medical specialists and the proper healthcare that his health condition needs.

Amnesty International addressed the letter to Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz. Calling on him to ensure that the baseless charges against Dr. Muhammad Al-Khudary and Dr. Hani Al-Khudary are dropped.

The organization stressed the need to release the father and his son.

Al-Khodari was taken to the hospital

The organization also stressed the need to urgently transfer Dr. Muhammad Al-Khudary to the hospital. Where he is able to receive the urgent specialized medical care he needs, before completing the procedures for his release.

For its part, Hamas announced earlier that the Saudi authorities had arrested its representative in the Kingdom, Muhammad Saleh Al-Khodari, many months ago. In a state of secrecy about the circumstances and the circumstances of the arrest.

The movement said that the arrest of al-Khudari came in the context of a campaign that included many Palestinian residents in Saudi Arabia. Where the 81-year-old man did not intercede and his health condition

The movement continued that Al-Khudary suffers from an incurable disease and has a scientific standing as one of the most prominent consultant doctors in the field of ear, nose and throat.

Speaking about Al-Khudari, the movement added, “We remained silent for five months to make way for diplomacy and the efforts of mediators. But it did not yield any results.

The statement denounced the Saudi State Security Investigations agency’s arrest of Al-Khodari, who has been living in Jeddah for three decades, and was responsible. For managing Hamas’s relationship with the Kingdom, and assuming senior leadership positions in the movement.

Hamas added that Al-Khudari’s eldest son was arrested without any justification as part of a campaign that included many Palestinians residing in the kingdom.

Hamas demanded the Saudi authorities to release Al-Khudari, his son, and all Palestinian detainees in its prisons.

Who is Muhammad Al-Khodari?

Muhammad al-Khudari, according to what his brother Abd al-Majid (70 years old) told “Anadolu Agency”, was born in 1938, graduated from Cairo University, from the Faculty of Medicine in 1962.

After graduation, he returned to the Gaza Strip and worked at Al-Shifa Medical Hospital for 9 months before leaving for Kuwait.

Upon his arrival in Kuwait, Al-Khodari worked for a private medical company, according to his brother, and then joined the Kuwaiti army to work there as a doctor.

After a while, he obtained a “fellowship” degree from the University of “Edinburgh” in Britain, in the specialty of ear, nose and throat.

After that, Al-Khudari continued his work in the Kuwaiti army, as head of the “ear, nose and throat” department, at the Military Hospital in Kuwait.

After the Palestinians left Kuwait in 1990 (due to the repercussions of the Iraqi invasion), Al-Khodari moved, according to his brother, to Amman.

His brother adds: “In 1992, al-Khudari moved to reside in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and at that time he worked as a representative of the“ Hamas ”movement, publicly and officially. And with the knowledge of the Saudi authorities.

However, he left this position about 10 years ago, according to Al-Khoudary.

Abdul Majid Al-Khodari considered his brother’s position as an ambassador, who “must have his respect in the country in which he resides”.

He said that Al-Khodari “participated in the interview that brought together the late King, Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, and the movement’s leader at the time, Ahmed Yassin, in 1998.

During the period of his representation of “Hamas” movement, Al-Khudari said that his brother was, with the knowledge of the Saudi authorities, collecting donations for the Palestinians, and he was not working underground.

He continued, “It is his duty to convey the image of suffering to the Prime Time Zone of Saudi Arabia, and therefore they used to collect donations for Palestine with the knowledge of the government.”

Al-Khudary was arrested

Al-Khodari was arrested at the dawn of April 4, 2019, in the city of Jeddah, by the Saudi State Security Investigation Service.

The Saudi “State Security” told Al-Khudari at the time that the agency wanted him in a small case for a short period of time, and that he would be returned to his home. However, the eighty-year-old, diagnosed with cancer, is still under arrest.

Later that day, the same apparatus also arrested Al-Khodari’s eldest son, Hani, an engineer and lecturer at Umm Al-Qura University in Makkah.

Al-Khoudary and his son were not the only ones who were arrested without charge, as the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor “based in Geneva” said that Saudi Arabia forcibly hides 60 Palestinians.

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