PIJ prisoners in 'Ofer' to protest prison administration decisions
The Mohjat Al-Quds Foundation says the PIJ prisoners in "Ofer Prison" are warning of a repressive attack by the Israeli Prisons' Service forces.
The prisoners of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) Movement in "Ofer Prison" decided on Saturday to leave their prison sections on Sunday, in response to the Prison Service's refusal to respond to their demand to return their living conditions to how they were pre-Operation Freedom Tunnel.
The Mohjat Al-Quds Foundation reported that the PIJ prisoners in "Ofer Prison" are warning of a repressive attack by the Israeli occupation's Prison Service forces against them in response to their recent decision.
The Israeli occupation has been carrying out the most heinous forms of persecution against PIJ prisoners and intensifying its vicious practices after Operation Freedom Tunnel in 2021.
It is worth noting that the Palestinian Prisoner's Club revealed that since the beginning of 2022, the Israeli occupation forces have arrested about 6,500 Palestinians, including 153 women and 811 children.