The occupation continues to hold the bodies of seven Palestinian martyrs

 The Prisoners' Club said that the Israeli occupation authorities continue to detain the bodies of seven prisoners, who were martyred in captivity.

The Prisoner Club added in a press statement today, Saturday, on the occasion of the National Day to retrieve the bodies of the martyrs, which falls on the 27th of August of each year, that the martyred prisoners are: Anis Dawla from Qalqilya and his body has been held since 1980, and Aziz Owaisat from Jerusalem, and was martyred in 2018. , Fares Baroud from Gaza, Nassar Taqatqa from Bethlehem, Bassam Al-Sayeh from Nablus, since 2019, Saadi Al-Garabli from Gaza, and Kamal Abu Waer from Jenin since 2020.

He explained that the seven martyrs are among (226) prisoners who rose in the occupation prisons from 1967 to 2020, and there are hundreds of prisoners who rose shortly after their release, as a result of diseases and injuries they inherited during the years of their detention.

The Prisoner Club indicated that among the martyrs of the prisoners (75) prisoners rose as a result of premeditated killing, (7) immediately after being shot, and (71) as a result of the policy of medical negligence (slow killing), which is implemented by the occupation prisons administration, through a number of Abusive tools throughout the years of their detention, most notably the delay in providing treatment.

Physical and psychological torture constituted the most prominent systematic policies that caused the death of (73) prisoners over the past decades, and which have escalated again since the end of 2019.

During the past 10 years, 29 prisoners were raised in the occupation prisons, and the policy of medical negligence (slow killing) was a major reason for their martyrdom, including four prisoners who were martyred last year.

It is noteworthy that the number of martyrs, whose bodies have been held by the occupation authorities since 2015, is (81).


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