Alray App
41 female prisoners in "Damon" suffer from difficult conditions
41 female prisoners in
File photo
related post

Ramallah, ALRAY - Palestinian Prisoner Club said that the Israeli occupation authorities continue to arrest 41 female prisoners in "Damon" prison, after they recently released Alaa al-Bashir and Suhair Sulaymiyah.


Prisoners club said in a press statement on Monday that 26 of the female prisoners are sentenced with different prison terms, the highest is 16 years, which was issued against Shorouk Duyat from Jerusalem, and Shatila Abu Ayyad from the pre-1948 occupied lands.


I8 of them are mothers, including Wafa Mahdawi, The mother of the martyr Ashraf Na`alawa, who was scheduled to be released on March 19, but the occupation postponed it.


Prisoners club added that the occupation continues to detain three women in administrative detention and the are: Shorouk Al-Baden from Bethlehem, Shatha Hassan, and Bushra Al-Tawil from Ramallah.


It also pointed out that the female prisoners suffer from difficult conditions in the "Damon" prison, with increasing fears over their fate in light of the spread of the Corona virus and the accompanying procedures of the Israeli prison service (IPS), including stopping the visits of their families and lawyers.


The Prisoners Club renewed its demand for the release of the female prisoners for fear of the spread of the virus, especially since a number of female prisoners suffer from diseases and injuries, the most dangerous of which is the case of the prisoner Israa Jaabis, who is imprisoned for 11 years, and suffers from burns of 60% of her body.