Prisoners´ Institutions: 1282 Arrests carried out by the occupation from July to September

The prisoners' organizations said that the Israeli occupation authorities arrested 1,282 citizens from July until last September.

This came in a report issued by the prisoners’ institutions, namely: (The Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Commission, the Prisoner’s Club, the Addameer Foundation for Prisoner Care and Human Rights, and the Wadi Hilweh Information Center - Jerusalem), today, Sunday, and covers the past three months (July, August, and September).

The report reviews a reading of the rate of arrests carried out by the occupation forces, in addition to the abuse of detainees, during and after arrests, and the reality of prisoners in occupation prisons.

Prisoners' institutions monitored (1282) cases of arrest, including (160) children and minors under the age of 18, most of whom are from Jerusalem. Among the detainees, (37) were females.

In July, (513) cases of arrest were recorded, including (47) minors and (17) females, while in August 2021, (345) cases of arrest were recorded, including (46) minors, and (8) females. Females, and in September 2021, (424) cases of arrest were recorded, including (67) minors, and (12) females.

The Jerusalem governorate and its towns witnessed the highest rate of arrests, and the total number of arrests over the three months reached (525), and Jerusalem witnessed the highest rate of arrests of children, reaching 80% of arrests of children in the governorates of the homeland.

In addition to the statistical reading of arrest cases, there are still a number of policies implemented by the occupation army during its execution of arrests, represented by the policy of collective punishment and the arrest of family members to put pressure on the person to be arrested; To surrender himself as being pursued, or to pressure him during his interrogation, in addition to the abuse, including various attacks against detainees and their families, in addition to the vandalism that affects citizens' homes and storms them in the late hours of the night.

These policies have become fixed in the arrests, as systematic policies, and are not limited to a category of detainees, but extend to all groups.

The policy of administrative detention remained one of dozens of policies targeting Palestinians, especially actors on several political, social and cognitive levels, and none of the groups were excluded.

The total number of administrative detention orders during the past three months reached (310) administrative detention orders, including (88) new orders, and (222) renewal orders.

The number of administrative detention orders in July reached (98), including (38) new orders, and (60) renewal orders, and in August the number reached (91) orders, including (20) new, and (71) renewals, and in September (121) Among them are (30) new ones, and (91) renewals.

These statistics reflect the fact that the majority of administrative detainees have been held for different periods, and the occupation authorities continue to issue more administrative detention orders against them.

The prisoners and human rights institutions indicated that the number of Palestinian prisoners and detainees in the prisons of the occupation reached about (4600) until the end of September 2021, including (35) female prisoners, while the number of children and minors detainees in the prisons of the occupation reached about (200), and the number of detainees administrators to about (500).

Since the beginning of this year, the prisoners have carried out more than (60) individual strikes, most of which were against administrative detention, in the face of this policy, most of which ended with setting the ceiling for their administrative detention. He has been on strike for more than three months, and he is the captive Kayed al-Fushos, in addition to the prisoners: Miqdad al-Qawasmeh, Alaa al-Araj, Hisham Abu Hawash, Shadi Abu Aker and Ayyad al-Harimi.

These prisoners are former prisoners, including those who spent years in administrative detention and detention, and there are dozens of administrative detainees, who previously spent years in administrative detention, including those who spent more than 15 years.

All the strikers face serious health conditions, and very difficult ones, including those who are detained in the hospitals of the occupation, and the occupation intelligence continues its intransigence and refusal to release them and respond to their demand, in an attempt to cause the prisoners chronic health problems that are difficult to treat later, and this is one of the systematic policies imposed by the occupation authorities against the striking prisoners. , causing the most harm to their bodies.

These strikes constituted an extension of the state of confrontation that has been going on for years and intensely since the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012, and most of them ended with agreements to limit the administrative detention of prisoners, as the greatest suffering that the administrative prisoner faces is that he remains in detention for an unknown period, based on the intelligence decision.” The Shin Bet” under the pretext of the existence of a “secret” file, and not based on clear data and evidence explaining the reason for the arrest, for the occupation intelligence (the Shin Bet) controls the life of the administrative prisoner, according to its mood, while the occupation courts have constituted and still are a central support in consolidating and escalating this policy, and with time it was This type of detention is still part of the systematic policies of torture, with all the details it carries, affecting the life of the prisoner and his family, as his family remains in an open state of waiting, exposing them to the shock of extending his detention every several months.

The number of administrative prisoners reached about (500), including four children, and the total of administrative detention orders, as mentioned above, over the past three months (July, August and September), reached (310) detainees.

The occupation authorities handed over four released prisoners, decisions requiring them to reside in their place of residence in Jerusalem, preventing them from moving and moving in the city.

The decisions targeted the liberated prisoner Nasser Al-Jubeh, and imposed on him residency in Al-Sawwana neighborhood for a period of 6 months, Majed Al-Jubeh in the Old City of Jerusalem for a period of 6 months, Yaqoub Abu Asab in the Al-Sawwana neighborhood for a period of 3 months, and Salim Al-Jubeh in the Al-Thawri neighborhood / Silwan for a period of 3 months.


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