Prisoners’ Committee: The list of prisoners’ deans rises to (233) prisoners

The Commission for Detainees and Ex-Prisoners Affairs said that a group of Palestinian prisoners joined the list of " prisoners' deans " during the month of May , a term the Palestinians use for those who have been detained for more than 20 years in a row. To rise by this and reach by the end of the month of May to (233) prisoners.

In its report, the commission added that among these, there are (37) prisoners who have been detained for more than 25 years, and these Palestinians call them the "generals of patience", including (25) prisoners who have been detained since before the "Oslo Agreement" and the establishment of the Palestinian National Authority. They are what is known as the fourth batch that the occupation government repudiated from releasing them within the framework of political understandings under American auspices in 2013.

She pointed out that there are 17 prisoners among those who have been detained for more than 30 years continuously, and they are called "prisoner icons", and among them are (8) prisoners who have been detained for more than 35 years in a row, the oldest of whom are the two captives" Karim and Maher Younis The two detainees since January 1983.

The commission explained that there were 49 other prisoners who had been liberated in the Wafaa al-Ahrar (Shalit) deal in October 2011, and then the occupation authorities re-arrested them in mid-2014, and restored them the previous sentences, most notably the prisoner Nael Barghouti, who spent two periods, more From 42 years in occupation prisons.

She stated that these numbers are unprecedented, and the list is steadily rising, and they are likely to rise more and more with the coming days and during the coming period, especially since a large number of prisoners had been arrested at the beginning of the Al-Aqsa Intifada 2000 and during what was called Operation “Defensive Shield” in 2022, and it was issued against Hundreds of them received unjust and unjust sentences based on what the occupying power called a "policy of deterrence."

The Commission called on all parties, institutions and the various media to keep this file open and on the order of priorities, and to give these former prisoners more attention and shed light on their issues and their suffering and the aggravating suffering of their families.

 

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