IPA threatens Hamed with solitary confinement throughout detention
The Israeli prisons authority has threatened detainee Ibrahim Hamed of retaining him in solitary confinement throughout his detention in Israeli jails, the Palestinian prisoner”s club stated on Tuesday.
It said in a statement that the IPA had moved Hamed, who is charged with leading the Qassam Brigades the armed wing of Hamas in the West Bank, from one jail to another.
The club pointed out that an Israeli court would look into the isolation of the detainee in a hearing on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the prisoners” center for studies appealed to parliaments, the Red Cross, human rights organizations, and pressure groups in Europe and USA to consider the violations against Palestinian prisoners.
It deplored in a statement on Tuesday that the world cares for the “suffering” of the captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, held in the Gaza Strip by Palestinian resistance factions, and ignores the suffering of more than 11,000 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli occupation jails who are barred from visits, adequate food, proper medical care and who suffer from bad interrogation methods and strip searches.