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Israel forces, dogs raid Ofer prison

Israeli occupation forces yesterday raided Ofer prison in the occupied West Bank using police dogs. A statement issued by the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club (PPC) said: “This was the most violent and dangerous attack,” noting that the Israeli forces used police dogs and beat the prisoners severely. The Israeli occupation forces isolated a number of detainees during the raid and relocated …

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26 prisoners suffered injuries during recent raids in Ofer jail

The Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS) has reported that 26 Palestinian prisoners in Ofer jail have suffered injuries during the violent raids on their cells that happened following the death of prisoner Dawoud al-Khatib three days ago. Khatib died last Wednesday in Israel’s Ofer prison, a few months before he was set to complete his 18-year sentence. This death has provoked …

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Israeli occupation forces Detain Palestinians from the West Bank tonight

Israeli occupation forces, on Wednesday, detained several Palestinians from various areas of the occupied West Bank, the Jerusalem Press reported. Occupation forces detained Mu’taz Jumaa Jadal Abu Muhaimid, 29, from the al-Fardis area, east of Bethlehem, in the southern West Bank, after they stormed and searched his father’s home. In the northern West Bank, south of Jenin, an Israeli army …

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Tasnim Al-Qadi: They tortured and constantly interrogated me in Israeli prisons

Israeli occupation forces arrested Tasnim, a 29 year old, from her home in Al-Bireh last month, after they stormed the family’s home and terrorized the children in the house, and pressured the family to hand over their 18-year-old son Mustafa. The prisoner, Tanseem Al-Qadhi, who is being held in the “Petah Tikva” investigation center, revealed, during the lawyer’s visit, some …

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Palestinian prisoners have no right to social distancing against COVID-19: Israel’s Supreme Court rules

Israel’s Supreme Court rejected yesterday a petition by Adalah, The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, demanding the occupation authorities to implement COVID-19 protective guidelines for prisoners at Gilboa prison, where 30 prison guards and seven Palestinian prisoners are infected, while 489 guards and 58 prisoners are in quarantine. The court ruled late on Thursday evening that Palestinians …

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Palestinian prisoner in Texas ‘lacks medical care’ despite having Covid-19

The health of a Palestinian prisoner held at the Federal Correction Institute in Seagoville, Texas has been deteriorating due to a “lack of appropriate treatment” for Covid-19. Mofeed Meshaal is serving 20 years for allegedly channelling charitable funds to Hamas. “My brother and other Palestinians were detained by the US authorities in what was known as the Holy Land Foundation …

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Israeli occupation forces detains 340 Palestinians in May

The Israeli occupation forces detained 340 Palestinians in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip during the month of May, including 25 minors and 10 women, today said several prisoners’ advocacy and human rights groups, significantly higher than the month of April. The Commission of Detainees Affairs, the Palestinian Prisoner Society and Addameer Prisoners’ Support and Human Rights …

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45% of Palestinians detained by Israel in 2020 from Jerusalem

At least 45 per cent of the Palestinians detained by Israeli occupation since the start of 2020 were from the occupied Palestinian holy city of Jerusalem, specialist in prisoners affairs Abdul-Nasser Ferwanah said yesterday. Taking to Facebook, Ferwanah reported that Israeli occupation forces detained 21 Palestinians from Jerusalem late on Sunday night and in the early hours of Monday morning. …

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Israeli Prison Service transferred a hunger-striking Palestinian prisoner to solitary confinement

Israeli Prison Service today transferred a hunger-striking Palestinian prisoner to solitary confinement, said the Palestine Prisoner’s Society (PPS). PPS said that the Israeli Prison Service (IPS) transferred Sami Janazreh, who has been on a hunger strike for ten days against his ongoing administrative detention without charge and abusive treatment,  from the Naqab prison to Ayla prison, and kept him under …

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Trial of Palestinian prisoner Mohammed al-Halabi postponed for the 138th time to be the longest trial in the history of Palestinian detainees held in Israeli jails.

Trial of Palestinian prisoner Mohammed al-Halabi has been postponed for the 138th time and thus continues to be the longest trial in the history of Palestinian detainees held in Israeli jails. Khalil al-Halabi, Mohammed’s father, said Israel’s Be’er Sheva District Court on Monday cancelled his son’s 138th court hearing and extended his detention for 90 days. Khalil accused the Israeli …

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