- January 18, 2011
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Gaza inhabitants demand right of visiting their detained relatives
Relatives of Gazan prisoners in Israeli occupation jails have demanded the right of visiting their next of kin after four years of visit deprivation.
The inhabitants appealed to all international and human rights groups topped by the Red Cross to end their suffering.
The organization Ansar Al-Asra said in a statement on Monday night that the inhabitants were planning to escalate their protests if Israel continued to deny them visitation.
The prisoners are experiencing difficult conditions in light of Israeli prison authority’s continued policy of isolation, medical neglect, sanctions, and incessant searches, and storming of their cells, it added.