Eishel captives punished for protesting, women’s section at Hasharon raided

[ 03/06/2011 – 10:57 AM ]

GAZA, (PIC)–The Israeli occupation prison administration imposed a collective punishment on captives at the Eshel prison, as they were denied stroll time and room visits.

The captives said in a letter that they were punished because they refused to take breakfast and lunch on Thursday to protest the bad treatment meted to them by the prison administration and the provocations by prison guards.

The captives said that they made a formal complaint about the bad treatment by the prison guards, but nothing was done about this problem prompting the captives to take their protest measure.

Furthermore, the prisoners’ center said that a large number of prison guards  made a surprise raid of the women’s section at the Hasharon prison breaking into individual rooms on the pretext of searching them.

The search took more than three hours during which the captives were kept in the section and were prevented from seeing their lawyers who were turned back because of the search and the women were also denied stroll time.


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