The Palestinian Prisoners Club said that the Israeli occupation prisons administration began imposing collective punitive measures against prisoners in various prisons.
And the prisoner club indicated in a statement today, Tuesday, that these punitive measures were represented, “according to the follow-up, the transfer of the prisoners languishing in section 2 of the (Gilboa) prison, where it was confirmed that 16 prisoners were transferred to the (Negev) prison, and they are among about 90 prisoners.” They are in it.”
The Gilboa prison administration also canceled the television stations in all sections, transferred five leaders of the Islamic Jihad prisoners to interrogation, and began extensive searches in most of the prisons.
The Prisoner’s Club pointed out that a state of tension hangs over all sections of the prisoners, and that all current data confirm that the occupation prisons administration is continuing to impose more abusive and punitive measures against them.
The Prisoner’s Club called on international human rights institutions, led by the United Nations and the International Red Cross, to impose international control and protection on the prisoners, and to intensify efforts to follow up their conditions and reassure their families, holding the occupation fully responsible for their lives.
Yesterday, the Palestinian Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Commission indicated that the Israeli occupation prisons administration refrained from distributing meals to Palestinian prisoners in many Israeli prisons and prisons, and worked to empty Gilboa Prison completely of Palestinian prisoners and transfer them to unknown destinations.
The Palestinian News Agency – quoting the commission’s statement – reported that the Israeli occupation prisons administration made large transfers of prisoners in the prisons, and transferred a large number of them to cells, and the leaders Zaid Bseisu and Anas Jaradat were transferred to the Al-Jalama investigation.
The Palestinian Human Rights Commission said that the prisoners of Section 2 in Gilboa Prison, who are sentenced to life imprisonment, were distributed to the prisons of Raymond, Nafha and the Negev.
It is noteworthy that six Palestinian prisoners had managed to escape from the Israeli “Gilboa” prison, yesterday, through a tunnel dug inside the Israeli prison.