• 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*

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The Israeli occupation continues to chase and arrest liberated women detainees

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The Israeli occupation continues to chase and arrest liberated women detainees

April 7, 2024

The Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs called on international, regional and local feminists organizations, unions and societies working on women affairs to save Palestinian women from the Israeli targeting.

The Commission emphasized that invading the houses of liberated detainees became a firm manner pursued on a daily basis, where the Israeli army is trying to achieve retaliatory policies and taking revenge from Palestinians women and girls, depending beating, house vandalism and humiliation, without taking into consideration their privacy.

The Commission condemned the policy of chasing liberated detainees, the last of which was carried out today’s morning, as occupation forces invaded Ramallah and Birzeit village, arresting the liberated detainees Layan Kayed and Layan Naser, students in Birzeit University.

The Commission expressed its hope on establishing a feminist mobilization to support Palestinian women and expose the crimes committed against them by the occupation, and to practice pressure against governments and parliaments to take responsibility towards denying women’s rights in Palestine.

Recently, there was an escalation in arresting Palestinian women and girls, where they got detained based on a retaliatory tendencies, and used as hostages. It is worth mentioning that there are currently (81) women detained in Israeli prisons, the majority of them are held in Damoun prison in difficult and complicated health conditions.

ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

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

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

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

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

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REPORTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

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

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

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

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

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