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International Women’s Day: 43 Palestinian women held in Israel jails

A statement marking International Women’s Day by the Palestinian Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs Commission said there are 43 Palestinian women held in Israeli jails, Palestine Information Center reported. Head of the commission’s studies and documentation unit Abed al-Naser Farwana said that the Israeli occupation authorities have arrested over 16,000 Palestinian women since 1967. Farwana said that the brutal methods used by Israeli …

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Prisoner Arouk discharged from hospital although his health suffering

The Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and Ex-Detainees’ Affairs said that the Israeli prison service transferred cancer-stricken prisoner Muwafaq Arouk, 77, from Barzilai Hospital to the Ramla prison infirmary with no regard for his serious health condition. According to the Commission on Wednesday, prisoner Arouk was transferred to the Ramla jail two weeks after he was taken to Barzilai Hospital where …

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Israel reduces amount of bread served to Palestinian prisoners

The Israeli Prison Services (IPS) has decided to reduce food amounts and many other services offered to Palestinian prisoners inside Israeli jails, Palestinian Prisoner Club (PPC) revealed on Monday. In a statement, the PPC announced that this step is part of Gilad Erdan’s Committee, which decided in 2018 to cancel all the achievements that the prisoners gained throughout their struggle …

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Cancer-stricken prisoner Muwafaq Arouk in serious health condition

The Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and Ex-Detainees’ Affairs has sounded the alarm over the serious health condition of cancer-stricken prisoner Muwafaq Arouk, who has been in Barzilai Hospital for 13 days. According to the Commission, prisoner Arouk underwent surgery to remove a cancerous tumor in the intestine about two weeks ago and since then he has been under constant anesthesia, …

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Israeli occupation forces detain 15 Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli occupation forces today overnight detained 15 Palestinians, including a father and his son, in multiple raids across the occupied West Bank, said the Palestine Prisoners’ Society (PPS). PPS confirmed in a press release that  Israeli occupation forces Wednesday evening rounded up seven Palestinians, including a teen who was injured by police gunfire, from Jerusalem district. In Bethlehem district,  PPS …

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Torture against Palestinian children in Damon jails

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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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