IOF storm section in Al-Naqab prison amid rising tension: Office
The Prisoners Information Office says the Masada units stormed Section 21 of Al-Naqab prison and transferred a number of prisoners to cells.
Israeli occupation forces on Sunday brutally assaulted Palestinian prisoners in Al-Naqab prison and transferred a number of them to cells.
The Prisoners Information Office reported that the Masada units stormed Section 21 of the prison and transferred a number of prisoners to the cells, adding that there is a state of extreme tension prevailing in the prison.
This comes amid the state of general mobilization that prevails in all Israeli occupation prisons, in which administrative detainees are held, in preparation for carrying out an open hunger strike.
Last week, the Administrative Prisoners Committee announced in a statement that administrative prisoners will start an integrated national project to combat administrative detention, in which all administrative prisoners from all factions of the Captive Movements will participate and interact, under the umbrella of the Palestinian flag.
Earlier on Sunday, the Palestinian Ministry of Detainees and ex-Detainees confirmed that the Administrative Prisoners Committee inside Israeli occupation prisons continued its preparations for the start of a battle called Revolution for Freedom... Administrative Prisoners' Intifada, which is set to begin as early as next Sunday.
The Ministry indicated that the so-called Israeli prisons authority has launched a counter-campaign in an attempt to thwart the hunger strike movement of administrative prisoners and threatened them with a number of harsh penalties.
The Israeli occupation has also offered some prisoners fake promises of release in exchange for not participating in the upcoming hunger strike, the Ministry added.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli occupation has often used the pretext of administrative detention to sow fear among Palestinian youth and attempt to contain the uprisings and liberation movements through the detention of Palestinians under false and illegal pretexts.
Administrative detention is mainly used against Palestinians, although it is an exceptional tool in many parts of the world, while in some countries, it does not exist at all.
Administrative prisoners are held in Israeli prisons without charges filed against them, and their detention is renewed as a precautionary measure.
There is usually no evidence to incriminate the prisoners in any case, nor are any cases brought before their lawyers.
The arrests are approved by military judges who receive an order signed by a commander of the occupation military in the occupied West Bank, along with secret intelligence materials about each prisoner.
It is noteworthy that Palestinian administrative prisoners frequently undergo hunger strikes to reject their arbitrary detention.