Prisoner Malek Hamed in solitary confinement for 14 days

Days of Palestine – Ramallah – Israeli prison service (IPS) has been keeping the Palestinian prisoner Malek Hamed in isolation for 14 days, and the confinement conditions are unknown. 

On 8th September 2021, Hamed managed to pour boiling water on an Israeli warden in Gilboa jail in protest at the IPS suppression of the prisoners following the Gilboa jailbreak.

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Hamed, who was severely beaten on the spot and taken to an isolation cell, is serving two life imprisonment sentences for carrying out a car-ramming attack near Ofra settlement in 2017.

Pouring boiling water on wardens is one of the rare protests means that prisoners pursue in face of the IPS suppressions in jails.

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(Source / 23.09.2021)

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