West Bank, ALRAY - The Israeli prison service (IPS) has barred the entry of clothes to Palestinian detainees held in the prison of Naqab (Negev).
The Asra Media Office explained that the six-month ban came as part of the systematic campaign waged by the extremist Israeli occupation government against the Palestinian detainees.
Meanwhile, Palestinian detainees decided to return their meals and close the sections starting from Tuesday as part of a preliminary step to protest the arbitrary measures imposed by the Israeli prison authority against them.
The Waed Society for Palestinian Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs held the Israeli occupation fully responsible for the consequences of the punitive measures imposed against Palestinian detainees by the extremist minister Itamar Ben-Gvir in a blatant violation of international humanitarian law.
Last Wednesday, the Palestinian detainee suspended a planned open-ended hunger strike after the Israeli occupation prison service backtracked on its decision to limit family visits from once per month to once every two months.
The Israeli occupation is holding around 5,100 Palestinian detainees in inhumane conditions, including more than 1,200 under the so-called administrative detention without charge, according to a Palestinian prisoners’ rights group.