Israeli Prison’s Authority Move 120 Prisoners To Unknown Location

Wednesday February 22, 2012 14:14 by George Rishmawi – IMEMC & Agencies

One day after the deal between the Palestinian Prisoner Khader Adnan who ended his hunger-strike after 66 days, the Israeli prisons’ administration transferred approximately 120 prisoners from Negev Desert Prison to an unknown location.

A press statement issued by the prisoners published by the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society, said that 120 prisoners were transferred without allowing them to take their belongings after two special military forces broke into the prison with weapons and dogs.

The prisoners’ statement reads “there was no justification for the prisons’ administration.”

They also said that the prisons’ administration informed the prisoners that it would cancel all previous agreements with them, and that it would escalate the procedures against them.

It is still unclear whether this Israeli measure is related to Adnan’s deal in which Israel agreed to release him on April 17, without renewing his administrative detention.

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