Watchdog: Dozens of prisoners suffer aftermaths of Israeli punitive repression

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- The Prisoners’ Association said in a press statement today that dozens of political detainees are suffering from the repression that the Israeli Prison Service (IPS) has been carrying out since the successful Gilboa prison break two weeks ago.

The association said that several prisoners are being interrogated until this day and that there are concerns over their condition. It added that prisoners, who were transferred from section three of Gilboa prison to Shattah prison, underwent violent repression and that some of them are wounded and need medical treatment.

“The battle of the prisoners is not over, especially that a group of them is on a hunger strike, the longest-striking of them is Kayed Al Fasfous, who has been on hunger strike for 60 days”, the statement added.

The association called don international human rights organizations and the United Nations to follow up with the daily violations in Israeli prisons and support detainees will all means.

(Source / 20.09.2021)

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