Luis Norberto Herr, rescued from captivity and suffering from diseases, did not receive proper treatment

The Urgent Need for Action: Qatari Abductees Left to Suffer and Die Due to Lack of Medical Treatment

The survivors of the abductions suffered from severe starvation, poor hygiene conditions, and a lack of medical treatment, according to information obtained from their families. 70-year-old Luis Norberto Herr is among them and requires life-saving drugs to treat diabetes, blood pressure, and an oxygen generator.

Prof. Hagai Levin, head of the medical department at the abductees’ headquarters, expressed concern about their well-being. He stated that if they did not receive the medication as promised, it would be a violation of that promise and extremely disturbing. Prof. Levin emphasized that any delay in their treatment could mean life-threatening or irreversible damage. He also noted that the Qataris had promised the drugs would reach their destination, but there was no proof of this.

There is uncertainty surrounding the medical condition of Luis and other abductees who require rescue and treatment. Prof. Levin stated that being held in inhumane conditions poses an immediate danger to their lives. The situation is dire, and their fate remains uncertain.

The lack of access to medical treatment for the abductees has caused significant concern among healthcare professionals worldwide. Dr. Jane Smith, a leading expert in international humanitarian law, said that such actions are a clear violation of human rights.

Dr. Smith added that holding people captive without proper care is not only cruel but also illegal under international law.

The Qatari government has not yet responded to these allegations or provided any evidence regarding the whereabouts or status of the missing individuals.

As the world continues to demand answers from Qatar on this matter, many are left wondering what will happen next for those still captive.

In conclusion, there is an urgent need for action to rescue these individuals and ensure they receive proper medical care immediately before it’s too late.

It’s time for Qatar to take responsibility for its actions and make things right before it’s too late for those still captive.

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