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IPS transferred Abu Sisi (kidnapped from the Ukraine) from one isolation to another over the past two years

[ PIC 16/06/2013 – 07:39 PM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– The Ukrainian wife of Palestinian detainee Dirar Abu Sisi has charged the Israeli prison service with deliberately moving her husband from one jail to another over the past two years. She told the Ahrar center for prisoners’ studies and human rights on Sunday that her husband […]

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Israeli jailors assault, punish Askalan prisoners

[ PIC 26/07/2012 – 07:52 AM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Israeli prison guards in Askalan jail stormed its various wards and rooms on Wednesday and imposed arbitrary penal measures against Palestinian prisoners at the pretext of searching for mobile phones. Prisoners said that the guards forced the prisoners into bathrooms and strip searched them before […]

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Palestinian prisoners in four Israeli prisons on hunger strike

[ PIC 03/04/2012 – 10:23 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The ministry of prisoners in Gaza said that Palestinian prisoners in four Israeli jails are going on a single day hunger strike on Tuesday as part of their protest steps against oppression and violation of rights. The ministry said that the prisoners in Askalan, Nafha, Eshel, […]

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IPS isolates eight Palestinian prisoners in Askalan

[ 12/05/2011 – 11:00 AM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Israeli prison service (IPS) moved eight Palestinian prisoners in Askalan jail to solitary confinement as a punishment for waging a hunger strike late last month, Palestinian sources said on Thursday. The sources said that the IPS imposed a series of punishments against the prisoners in Askalan […]

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Askalan prisoners complain of being shackled during visits

[ 03/03/2011 – 10:56 AM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli prison of Askalan have complained that the prison administration shackles their hand and feet during visits by their relatives or lawyers. Human rights groups said that the Israeli soldiers unshackle the prisoners’ hands only during lawyers’ visits, adding that the step […]

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