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Prisoners

Torture against Palestinian children in Damon jails

New witnesses by Palestinian children, who were recently transferred to Damon jail before being transferred to Ofer jail, have surfaced. The Committee of Prisoners and Former Prisoners revealed in a report issued that the conditions in Damon jail are “disastrous” and not suitable for humans, according to the prisoner Khalil Jabbarin. Jabbarin stated that after he, and other children, were …

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Israeli occupation forces to demolish homes of four Palestinian detainees

The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) have issued orders for the demolition of the family houses of four Palestinian detainees who are accused of being involved in anti-Israel attacks. The Palestinian detainees are Mohammed Atawneh, Walid Hanatsheh, Yazan Maghames and Ahmad Qunbu’. Mohammed Atawneh is accused of taking part in an operation that led to the killing of an Israeli soldier …

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Bug infested and no hot water: prison conditions for Palestinian minors

PLO’s Commission for Prisoners and Freed Prisoners revealed yesterday that 33 Palestinian minors are facing “disastrous” conditions in the Israeli Damoun prison, Al Resalah newspaper reported. In a report, the commission said that the Israeli prison services had “arbitrarily” relocated 33 minors from Ofer prison to Damoun without adult representatives present. The commission said that the minors were placed in five cells, including three without windows and …

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Israel keeps pregnant Ghana worker in solitary confinement

A heavily pregnant migrant worker from Ghana has been imprisoned and kept in isolation by the Israel Prison Service after she refused to be tested for tuberculosis, Haaretz reported. Despite the World Medical Association and the United Nations saying that holding pregnant women in isolation could severely hurt their physical and mental health and potentially harm the foetus, Jossephine Kwabiwaa …

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How Israel tortures Palestinians

Israel is committing crimes against humanity by torturing Palestinian detainees, prisoners rights group Addameer suggested in a recent report. Israel’s denial of fair trials to prisoners may also constitute war crimes, the group stated. Addameer had been collecting evidence on Israel’s use of torture and ill-treatment against Palestinian detainees since late August. Prison officers were found to have ill-treated some …

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Israel to build more detention facilities for Palestinians

The Israeli occupation government has approved a plan to build more detention facilities to accommodate thousands of new Palestinian prisoners. According to Israel’s Channel 7, four prisons will be built to accommodate about 4,000 Palestinians as part of a long-term plan to be finished in 2040. The project will also include other detention centers, police stations and courts. The Israeli …

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Israeli occupation forces raid Ramon jail and brutalized Palestinian prisoners

Israeli prison forces at dawn Monday raided cells in section 2 of the Ramon jail and brutalized Palestinian prisoners. According to the Palestinian Commission of Detainees, the prisoners in this section were assaulted, maltreated and transferred to other sections of the jail. The prison forces also ransacked the cells and tampered with the prisoners’ personal belongings. In recent months, the …

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 Israeli occupation forces detain 8 Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli occupation forces last night detained eight Palestinians, including two minors, after raiding their homes during raids across the occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS). Two Palestinians were detained by the army in the West Bank district of Bethlehem, including a minor who was identified as Mo’men Adnan Zaboun, 17. Two others were also arrested in …

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Father of captive Abu-Ghosh: ‘We did not recognise her due to atrocity of torture’

The father of captive Mais Abu-Ghosh, a student of Birzeit University and from Qalandiya refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem, divulged that his daughter was subjected to harsh investigation and torture at Al-Maskubiya Investigation Centre, since her arrest on 29 August. Abu-Ghosh’s father, Abu Hussein told the Prisoners’ Information Office that several weeks after the arrest of Abu-Ghosh, the occupation …

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