Ashraf Ahmad Jum’a al-Hajuj

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Ashraf Ahmad Jum'a al-Hajuj is a Palestinian medical student (sometimes described in the media as a doctor) who has been in jail in Libya since early 1999, accused, along with five Bulgarian nurses, of causing an outbreak of HIV among children in the al-Fateh hospital in Benghazi.

Dr. al-Hajuj was given Bulgarian citizenship in June 2007.

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