Three Palestinian Women In Israeli Jail Deprived Of Contacting Families

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The Israeli intelligence apparatus has prevented three Palestinian women in the Damon jail from contacting their families.

The Palestinian Prisoner Society quoted the family of prisoner Enas Asafra from al-Khalil as saying that the Israeli intelligence allowed the female prisoners in the Damon jail to talk with families over the phone, except for their daughter as well as Mais Abu Ghosh and MP Khalida Jarrar.

The Israeli prison service (IPS) decided to allow the prisoners in Damon jail to phone their families following pressures by human rights groups.

The Israeli prison service and the intelligence apparatus already decided to prevent families and lawyers from visiting their relatives in jails as a measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

There are 41 Palestinian women, including 17 mothers, being held in Israeli jails.

(Source / 29.04.2020) 

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