Sudan Doctors: Several attacks on hospitals and hospital staff have taken place recently. The abuses have been carried out by the military. Dr. Mohammed Al-Hassan was assaulted inside the Patania office by strangling him and hitting him on the face by an army soldier. It is highly justified that the ICC devotes its attention to these abuses.
KHARTOUM SEPTEMBER 30: According to the Central Sudan Medical Committee, several attacks on hospitals and hospital staff have taken place recently. The abuses have been carried out by the military under the current coup rule.
In a statement, the Sudan doctors say that “a full withdrawal of doctors in the accident hospital in Port Sudan due to a military force attacked doctors in the hospital on Monday evening”.
And then they continue:
– “In continuation of the series of assaults on medical personnel, today at around 9:00 pm, a number of doctors working at the accident hospital in Port Sudan were attacked by a group wearing military uniforms under the watch of the armed forces inside the hospital In order to protect the personnel and prevent such incidents without moving Still.”
– “The safety of the medical staff working in hospitals is of utmost priority for us and under no circumstances they can continue to work under threats of assault by regional authorities”.
Earlier in the week, the doctors reported abuses committed by the military against doctors.
– “Dr. Mohammed Al-Hassan was assaulted inside the Patania office by strangling him and hitting him on the face by an army soldier.”
– “Verbal and physical assault on a group of doctors inside the hospital yard. “Doctors were chased and two of them were thrown in D chairs. Saleh and another, and Dr. Mohamed Al-Hassan was hit with a justifiable blow by the same military and with him at least 20 others.”
– “Dr. Saleh had a cut wound in the head and was stitched up with 3 stitches.”
– “This is why doctors were completely withdrawn from the accident hospital in Port Sudan
Complete withdrawal of doctors from Al port hospital accidents.”
– “Partial withdrawal from the accidents of the Women and Maternity Hospital in Port Sudan
Port Sudan Children’s Hospital Accidents Partial withdrawal.”