• Deliberate targeting against leader detainees in Shatta prison

    Deliberate targeting against leader detainees in Shatta prison

  • *Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since the beginning of genocide over the past (285) days*

    *Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since the beginning of genocide over the past (285) days*

  • Statements of the commission’s lawyer Khaled Mahajna on his visitation to detainees from Gaza in Ofer prison: journalist Muhammad Arab and Tareq Abed

    Statements of the commission’s lawyer Khaled Mahajna on his visitation to detainees from Gaza in Ofer prison: journalist Muhammad Arab and Tareq Abed

  • Commission of Detainees Affairs: Continuation of poor living conditions and deliberate medical negligence in Itzion detention center, Ofer, Ashkelon and Remon prisons

    Commission of Detainees Affairs: Continuation of poor living conditions and deliberate medical negligence in Itzion detention center, Ofer, Ashkelon and Remon prisons

  • *Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since the beginning of genocide over the past (277) days*

    *Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since the beginning of genocide over the past (277) days*

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Detainee Meshaal loses memory due to extreme torture

on . Posted in slider

Detainee Meshaal loses memory due to extreme torture 
 
 
 The Commission of Detainees Affairs published the details of brutal attack against detainees Anas Meshaal, who were subjected to intense beat during his arrest, as the series of attacks continued while being in prison. The advocate of the Commission stated that the Israeli forces invaded the house of detainee Meshaal in 26/10/2023, in Kobar village/ Ramallah, but he wasn’t home and they gave his family an arrest warrant to surrender himself. He went on the same day to Ofer prison gate and surrendered himself. He was taken to the courtyard of Ofer prison and attacked by soldiers with intense beat, then he was transferred to Itzion detention center and exposed to torture again. He remained there for two days and then moved back to Ofer. Quoting Meshaal: “the Mitsada special forces invaded the section in 8/11/2023, who attacked 32 detainees in the section by shooting rubber bullets as all of them got injured including me. Afterwards, they took all detainees to a courtyard and beaten them again, where they hit me on the head and stepped on my head with their shoes, as a result, I lost my memory completely for more than a week”. The advocate said that the detainee started to remember few things after a week, he can only recognize his wife, children and parents, but he does not remember incidents or his place of residence. Meshaal is married and a father of two. He is sentenced to 6 months of administrative detention ends by 24/4/2024, and he was a former detainee and spent 12 years and a half in Israeli prisons.
 

ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

  • The Commission of Detainees Affairs organized a symposium on "The Israeli terrorism and racial laws against detainees". >

    Read More
  • Abu Baker calls on the European Union to act immediately and hold Israel accountable for its crimes against the Palestinian detainees >

    Read More
  • The director of Media Department presents a paper on minor detainees in Brussels Conference >

    Read More
  • The Commission of Detainees' Affairs arranges a specialized workshop on house arrest against children from Jerusalem >

    Read More
  • 1

REPORTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

  • *Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since the beginning of genocide over the past (285) days* >

    Read More
  • *Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since the beginning of genocide over the past (277) days* >

    Read More
  • Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since the beginning of genocide over the past (271) days >

    Read More
  • On the 263rd day of Genocide Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since October 7 until June 25, 2024 >

    Read More
  • 1