IOF storm minors section of "Damon" prison, assault them
The Israeli occupation forces are now after children prisoners after their assault on female prisoners.
Today, Monday evening, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the "Damon" prison and brutally beat children prisoners.
The Commission for Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs stated, in a statement, that the “Damon” prison administration stormed the children’s section, assaulted them, and imposed harsh penalties against them.
The Commission indicated that the penalties included preventing phone calls, seizing electrical appliances, banning visits for a month, and closing the canteen for a week.
The Commission warned that the prison administration’s storming of the children prisoners’ section, abusing them and imposing collective punishments against them, is an insistence on the occupation’s terrorist and savage behavior, amounting to a measure that will reestablish the state of tension and escalation inside prisons and threaten to explode the situation again.
The Commission also confirmed that the raids and searches carried out by the prison administration, which have become part of the daily life of the prisoners, will not succeed in imposing the will of the occupation on the prisoners and letting its schemes pass.
The prisoners’ determination and steadfastness shall forever stand stronger than the tyranny of the occupation and its brutality, the Commission stressed.
On February 4, Palestinian prisoners sent a message from inside the Israeli occupation prisons asking their citizens to prepare to wage a major battle against the oppression of the Israeli Minister of Police Itamar Ben-Gvir.
In their message, the prisoners stressed their readiness for all possibilities and called for Palestinians to protest in different areas of the occupied land.
In their message, the prisoners indicated that "the Minister of police in the extremist occupation government, Ben-Gvir, is working on stifling the prisoners by depriving us of all the gains that we have achieved through great struggles and long sacrifices during which martyrs have fallen, and he [Ben-Gvir] is taking punitive measures against us, which we cannot allow."
Ben-Gvir announced earlier in January that he was proceeding with his plan to adopt a law imposing the death penalty on prisoners accused of killing occupation settlers or attempting to kill them and revealed that he had visited Nafha prison, which is considered one of the most severe and cruel Israeli prisons.
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