West Bank, ALRAY - IPS moved the Palestinian detainee Dina Jaradat from Damon Prison, northern Palestine, to the Israeli "Rambam" hospital.
Palestinian prisoner club stated in a statement on Saturday that the detainee Jaradat suffers of hydrocephalus disease and needs to extract fluid accumulated in her brain frequently.
The club stressed that IPS did not provide treatment to the prisoner Jaradat, during the 15-day interrogation period, in the Jalameh detention center, north of occupied Palestine, despite repeated requests, before she was transferred to Al-Damoon prison.
IOF arrested Jaradat on last August. She is from Jenin Governorate, in the northern West Bank, and is studying media at Al-Quds Open University.
The occupation detains about 4,550 Palestinians in its prisons, including 31 women, 7 of whom are mothers, 175 children, about 700 administrative detainees, and 500 patients.