The International Tadamun foundation for human rights has revealed Thursday that dozens of Palestinian captives in the Israeli jail of Ashkilon suffer skin diseases due to the deliberate medical neglect
Dr. Mohammed Faraj al-Ghoul, the prisoners and ex-prisoners' minister in the Palestinian government, has described the Israeli decision of sending sick Palestinian prisoners back to detention cells as tantamount to
Female captive Ahlam al-Tamimi told Buthaynah Dekmak, head of the Mandela institute, that the conditions in Telmond prison suffer like other prisons from escalation of measures after Aprils actions taken
The Hadarim prison administration barred 13 Palestinian captives from completing their university education as a punishment for protesting occupation authority's measures against prisoners and their families.
Tawfeek Abu Nai'm, one of the longest-serving Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, has plainly accused the Israeli occupation authorities of deliberately neglecting the Palestinian captives and of exposing their lives