A Manx charity, set up to help young brain tumour sufferers and their parents, has written to the British Prime Minister underlining their concern over the case of Ashya King.
Ashya's parents were imprisoned in prison in Spain after they removed their son from hospital in Southampton and went abroad. They were released last night after public pressure mounted on authorities and all charges against them have been dropped.
"Naseem's Manx Brain Tumour Charity" was set up by Geri Pishvaie after the death of Naseem Pishvaie in 2009 of a brain tumour.
Geri says Manx people are responding to what the King family have been going through