Publish date: 2023/09/28 ( Publish date: 2023/09/28 Time: 21:59 )


The Commission for the Affairs of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners said that it had monitored more than 135,000 arrests since the outbreak of the Al-Aqsa Intifada on this day in 2000, and that these arrests affected all categories and segments of Palestinian society, males and females, young and old.

It added, in a report It issued on the occasion of the 23rd anniversary of the outbreak of the Al-Aqsa Intifada: Among those cases, nearly (21) thousand arrests of minor children were recorded, and the arrest of half the members of the Legislative Council (the Palestinian Parliament) in its last session, a number of ministers, and hundreds. Academics, journalists, and workers in civil society organizations and international institutions.

The Commission indicated in its report that more than 2,600 Palestinian girls and women were arrested. Among them were (4) women, each of whom gave birth inside the prison under harsh and difficult conditions

The Commission stated that torture did not stop in Israeli prisons, and that killings and slow executions through so-called medical negligence also did not stop. While the state of oppression, abuse and racist incitement against prisoners has escalated significantly in recent years, a set of laws have been approved to legitimize the crime.



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