*On the 76th memorial of the constant Palestinian “Nakba” catastrophe*

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*On the 76th memorial of the constant Palestinian “Nakba” catastrophe*

*Detainees’ Institutions: The systematic detention operations constitute one of the most prominent forms of the ongoing “Nakba” catastrophe for 76 years*

On the occasion of the 76th memorial of the Palestinian Nakba, which comes this year in coincidence with the genocide ongoing since 222 days against our people in Gaza Strip, Detainees’ Institutions stated that the systematic detention operations practiced by the Israeli colonial regime constitute one of the most prominent forms of the constant Nakba against our people.

Detainees’ Institutions ( Commission of Detainees’ Affairs, the Palestinian Society Prisoner’s Club, Aaddameet Association for Human Rights) reported in a brief statement issued on the occasion of 76th memorial of the Palestinian Nakba, that the current stage is the most violent on the fate of detainees held in Israeli prisons historically, which is an extension of the occupation’s approach and its firm policies practiced over decades.

On this memorial, Detainees’ institutions confirmed that the history of systematic detention operations and holding our people in the colonial prisons started before the Nakba and the British mandate, which bequeathed laws and policies that the Israeli occupation is still using until today in consolidating the detention operations, that afflicted more than one million Palestinians.

Detainees’ institutions confirmed that the struggle of detainees over the past decades, and confronting all forms of torture and horrific crimes in the light of the genocide, reflects the determination of Palestinian people to attain freedom and self determination.

Moreover, Detainees’ institutions pointed out that more than 9300 Palestinian detainees are currently held in Israeli prisons, including 3400 administrative detainees, more than 80 women and more than 250 minors, noting that these information does not include detainees from Gaza Strip, who are held in military camps subordinates to the Israeli occupation army, due to the crime of forcible hide imposed on them since the date of genocide.