Gaza families barred from visiting their relatives in Ramon jail

[ PIC 29/04/2013 – 10:51 AM ]

images_News_2013_04_29_prisoners-0_300_0[1]GAZA, (PIC)– The Israeli administration of Ramon jail prevented the Palestinian families from visiting their relatives on Monday as scheduled.

The international assembly to break the chain stated on Sunday that the Red Cross told the families of prisoners, from Gaza, that they cannot visit their relatives on Monday.

The Ramon administration took its decision to punish the prisoners for the angry protest they had carried out lately to denounce the death of prisoner Maisara Abu Hamdiya and to demand an improvement of the medical care provided for them in prison.

The Israeli prison authority had started to allow the Gazan families to visit their relativs in Israeli jails recently after a six-year hiatus as part of an Egypt-sponsored agreement with the Hamas government last May, but it decided several weeks ago to deprive the prisoners and their families once again from seeing each other.

There are about 450 Palestinians from the Gaza Strip in Israeli prisons.

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