Malaysia: Ill-health of six prisoners of conscience held under Internal Security Act: Further information on Medical Letter Writing Action
Amnesty International has received information that the six prisoners of conscience held under the Internal Security Act (ISA) - Tian Chua, Mohd Ezam Mohd Noor, Haji Saari Sungip, Hishamuddin Rais, Badrul Amin Baharom and Lokman Nor Adam - have not been eating prison meals since 11 September 2001 in protest at their poor treatment at Kamunting Detention Camp. Amnesty International is calling for their immediate release as prisoners of conscience and for appropriate medical care, and for the provision of nutritious food necessary to restore their health.
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