The occupation arrested 421 citizens last month

The Israeli occupation forces arrested (421) citizens during May 2019, including 78 children and 6 women.

According to a fact sheet released Sunday, the Israeli authorities arrested 145 Palestinians from the city of Jerusalem and 59 citizens from the city of Al-Quds. (30) citizens from the governorate of Jenin and Bethlehem governorate (21) citizens, while arresting 32 citizens from Nablus governorate, Tulkarm government arrested 13 citizens, And arrested 19 citizens from Qalqilya governorate. In the Tubas governate, IOF arrested 8 citizens and arrested 8 from Salfit governorate. And arrested (14) from the governorate of Jericho, in addition to (12) citizens from the Gaza Strip.

The number of Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli jails until the end of May reached 5500, 43 of whom were women, while the number of children held in Israeli jails reached about 220 children.

The following is a shedding light on the reality of the detainees in the detention camps, and the most prominent policies and procedures practiced by the occupation authorities during the month of May:

Strikes during May 2019

A number of prisoners continued their strikes against administrative detention during the month of May, including prisoner Hassan al-Aweiwi, who began his strike during April and reached a serious health condition. This was met with a clear intransigence by the occupation authorities to meet his demand and end his administrative detention.

The institutions documented a number of reprisals carried out by the administration of the Israeli occupation authorities against him since he began his strike, including: his isolation and denial of family visits, his frequent transfer from one detention center to another, as well as to civilian hospitals.

(35 years old), married with three children. He was previously arrested several times, the last of which was on 15 January 2019.

Prisoner Bassam Abu Akkar, from Aida camp in Bethlehem, went on hunger strike on May 21, refusing his administrative detention for two consecutive years. He ended his strike after reaching an agreement to limit his administrative detention.

The prisoner Abu Akkar, a leader of the prisoners, spent a total of 24 years and a half in prison between administrative detention and detention. Abu Bakr was detained since 27 July 2017. He is married and has seven children.

Among the prisoners who took part in hunger strikes during the month of May were the prisoner Ahmed Haroub from Hebron governorate, the prisoner Thaer Bader from the town of Beit Leqya, the wounded prisoner Mu'taz Abidu from Hebron, and the prisoner Murad Malisha from Jenin.

Medical Neglect

More than 750 prisoners continue to suffer from the policy of medical negligence by the administration of the Israeli prisons, where they systematically apply them as a means of reprisals and pressure.

The reality of the medical negligence of the prisoners in Israeli jails is becoming more serious with every wave of escalation by the prison administration, the latest of which was the series of restrictive measures that followed the publication of the recommendations of the committee of the occupation minister Gilad Ardan to tighten the prisoners in September last year.

These restrictions included an escalation of the policy of medical negligence against sick and wounded prisoners, which led to doubling their suffering from the effects of the disease, even after their release.

The occupation uses the policy of medical negligence as a means of torture and pressure on prisoners in order to obtain confessions from them, or to break their morale and double their suffering in prisons. Through the institutionalization of medical negligence rooted in the nature of the prison system and detention centers. Prison clinics, for example, lack specialized medical staff or medical equipment to perform the necessary tests, and all the problems that prisoners complain about are treated.

In the event of a worsening of the patient's health, he is transferred to the Ramle prison clinic, which is no different from the prison clinics in terms of the required medical care. However, the Ramle prison clinic focuses on the incurable cases of prisoners who suffer a severe deterioration in their health status.

Currently, 15 sick prisoners are being held at the Ramle prison clinic in inhumane and inappropriately ill conditions. Prisoners are transferred, in difficult cases, to Israeli civilian hospitals, in particular for the necessary tests.

The occupation is delaying the treatment of sick prisoners, whether in the provision of medication, or in the necessary tests to diagnose the condition of the patient, which exacerbates their condition and the emergence of new health problems often.

Summer is another suffering for prisoners in prisons

The Israeli occupation authorities seek to make all the details of the life of the Palestinian detainees painful and suffering even in the climatic fluctuations. As the temperature increases, as well as the humidity and lack of ventilation in Israeli prisons and detention centers, the suffering of the prisoners is doubled, especially in the desert and near the coast. In some of them unpleasant odors and insects, and deprive the prisoners management often of buying hobbies or installation of air conditioners in prisons, and sometimes deliberately cut water or deprive the prisoners of cold water in the isolation isolation.

According to the monitoring and monitoring certificates, the prisoners' complaints are constantly increasing on the rise in temperature and humidity, especially in the desert prisons such as the "seven", "Nafha", "Raymond" and "Negev" (tent sections) , Insulation as "Ramlet-Nitsan" underground, and high humidity as "Chita" and "Gilboa".

60 thousand shekels for the child prisoners in "Ofer" last May

In May, Israeli occupation courts imposed effective prison sentences on a number of Palestinian prisoners held in Ofer Military Prison, in addition to large fines amounting to more than NIS 60,000. He was transferred to Ofer Prison last May, (43) prisoners from the children to the Cubs section, (22) were arrested from houses, (12) roads, and (7) for lack of permits and (2) after being summoned.

Of these minors, 4 minors were arrested after being shot by Israeli soldiers and 9 others were beaten and arrested during their detention and taken to Israeli interrogation centers. The number of children sentenced was also documented (31) children. The actual prison terms ranged from 31 days to 10 months.

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