Israeli occupation raids Nafha prison, assaults Palestinian prisoners
The Palestinian Prisoners' Information Office confirms says the situation in Nafha Prison is very tense in light of Israeli raids.
Palestinian Prisoners Information Office reported that the Israeli Prison Service's suppression unit provoked prisoners by raiding Nafha Prison's cell block 3 and conducting searches.
The Office added that suppression units forced one prisoner out of his cell and transferred him to solitary confinement. Simultaneously, the prison witnessed severe tensions.
Concurrently, Palestine's Muhjat Al-Quds association warned that detained prisoner Khader Adnan's health has gravely deteriorated on the 50th day of his hunger strike.
This comes shortly after the Palestinian Captive Movement realized a new victory through its hunger strike, as it was able to have its demands fulfilled after strenuous negotiations with the Israeli occupation's Prison Service.
Palestinian prisoners have demands fulfilled without need for strike
Before the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan, the Palestinian National Captive Movement in Israeli occupation prisons published the will of the prisoners who decided to undergo a hunger strike in rejection of the ongoing repressive measures practiced against them.
The prisoners called on Palestinians to support them in their next battle. They also underlined that they will pursue their steps until they break the chains of their imprisonment.
The prisoners continued to say that "after we found ourselves alone facing death and oblivion, being besieged prisoners facing a jailer, neglect, and the colonial fangs of Ben-Gvir," they decided to take action and rebel.
Among the punitive measures taken by Ben-Gvir against the prisoners are limiting the amount of water in the prisoners' quarters, cutting off their hot water, placing locks on the bathrooms designated for showering, restricting access to showers, and reducing the time designated for showering.
Last month, the Palestinian prisoners sent a message from inside occupation prisons in which they called for preparations for a major battle against the oppression of Ben-Gvir.