IOF raid 'Nafha' prison, take prisoner to unknown destination
Israeli repression units storm prison cells in the "Nafha" prison and abduct the uncle of Jenin Brigade founder and martyr Jamil Al-Amouri.
Metsada Israeli repression units stormed Section 3 of the "Nafha" prison in the early hours of the morning.
According to the Hanthala Center for Detainees and Ex-Detainees, Israeli occupation forces who raided the prison took Shadi Al-Amouri to an unknown destination.
The Center indicated that the Israeli Prisons Administration threatened to hold Al-Amouri in solitary confinement, isolating him from fellow prisoners.
It is worth noting that, Al-Amouri, 42, is a resident of the Jenin refugee camp. He has been held in captivity since 2002 and has not been allowed visitors for multiple years.
Al-Amouri is also the uncle of the martyred Jenin Brigade founder Jamil Al-Amouri. The Jenin Brigade is a branch of Al-Quds Brigade, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement.
Occupation authorities have systematically enacted policies of isolation and torture against Palestinian prisoners, frequently raiding and storming their cells and letting policing dogs loose on them, as well as assaulting the prisoners.
On Wednesday, the Ministry of Detainees and Ex-Detainees in Gaza warned against the possible passing of a law that grants the occupation's Police Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir the authority to issue administrative detention orders.
The Ministry described the law as "dangerous", confirming that it "aims to further restrict and persecute our people in the 1948 territories and target their presence."
The Ministry also emphasized that the law "reflects the intentions of the fascist occupation government to expand the use" of an internationally banned method of detainment, as prisoners are held in prison with no charge for repeatedly prolonged periods.
Earlier, the Ministry pointed out that Ben-Gvir and his fascist government are leading an unprecedented brutal campaign against Palestinian prisoners, and they are carrying out the death penalty through systematic policies and practical measures aimed at getting the prisoners sick and then letting them die slowly.
Ben-Gvir has previously stated that he intends to push for a law that imposes the death penalty on Palestinian prisoners accused of murder or attempted murder of Israelis.