Palestine: Life under Nazi occupation

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Prisoner Uday Shehadeh is on hunger strike to protest his administrative detention

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Nazi occupied Bethlehem: The captive Uday Shehadeh, from the Deheisheh camp in the city of Bethlehem, continues his hunger strike to protest his administrative detention for the sixth consecutive day.

Muhammad Shehadeh, the prisoner’s brother, told “ Quds News ”: This is the second detention of his brother Uday, where he was arrested for the first time and sentenced to ten months in prison, and after his release about three months he was again arrested on November 21, 2019.

He pointed out that the occupation transferred him to Nazi administrative detention for a period of four months immediately, then renewed it for four seconds, to enter a hunger strike that ended after three days of fighting after promises from the prison administration to end administrative detention.

He explained that the prison administration had broken its promise, as the occupation court rejected the appeal last Monday, and also refused to give him a fundamental decision to not extend.

He pointed out that his brother was being held in Zananin, Ofer Nazi military Camp, where he began a hunger strike as a protest step against his administrative detention, for the sixth consecutive day. 

It is mentioned that the prisoner Uday Shehadeh suffers from the “sister” and needs urgent medical follow-up. The Nazi occupation also prevented him from completing his university education, as he is studying at Al-Ahliyya University in Bethlehem (Sharia specialization).


Nazi occupation arrests nine Palestinians from the West Bank, including freed prisoners

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At dawn today, the Nazi occupation forces arrested nine Palestinians after they destroyed their homes in the occupied West Bank.

The Prisoners’ Information Office reported that the occupation forces arrested the liberated prisoner, Awni Faris, from the town of Silwad, east of Ramallah, Amjad Hassan al-Rubaie, from Dura al-Qara in the east, and the two young men, Fakhri Hammad and Saeed Abu Shalbaya, from al-Amari camp.

In Jenin, the Nazi occupation forces arrested the young Osama Turkman (18 years) and the liberated prisoner Baha Adnan Masoud Abu Bakr (25 years) from the town of Ya`bad.

The Nazi occupation forces arrested the young Hamada Adawi and the boy Ahmed Raafat Al-Badawi, after they raided their homes in Al-Aroub camp, north of Hebron.

In Tulkarm, the young occupation army arrested Ahmad Raddad (23 years), after they raided his house in Saida.

Updated Removal of a young woman from Al-Aqsa Mosque and settlers storming his courtyard

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The Nazi occupation Police decided on Monday to expel a Palestinian woman from Al-Aqsa Mosque for a period of six months.

The young woman, Aya Abu Nab, stated on her Facebook page that the occupation police handed her a decision last week to remove her from the Al-Aqsa Mosque for a week, after her arrest from the “Gate of Mercy”, to return again to the investigation to receive the deportation order for several months.

She added that she refused to appear again, as Nazi Gastapo intelligence forces and the Nazi police stormed her house in Silwan this morning, and handed her a decision to expel her for six months.

Commenting on the decision, Abu Nabb said: “It is an unjust, illegal, and denial of our worship in the Al-Aqsa Mosque.”

The Nazi occupation Police arrested Abu Nab and four other young women from the “Gate of Mercy” last Sunday (June 21) after they were attacked and taken to the “Al Qashleh” Center, where they were released on condition of their deportation and the appearance of an investigation again after the expiration period expired.

This morning, 54 settlers stormed the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque with the protection of the occupation police and special forces.

How do the young captives live in Damoon Prison?

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The Palestinian Prisoners and Editors Affairs Authority said that the young prisoners in the Damon Prison suffer from difficult living conditions; They are detained by the occupation in Section “1”, which is very small, poorly ventilated, and the area of ​​the outburst is very narrow.

The authority stated in a statement today, Monday, that 28 prisoners of children held by the Nazi occupation in the Damon, Nazi Camp are distributed in five rooms, three of which have a small window behind it directly, there is a wall and a sheet above it, so the air never enters these rooms, and that a yard The furah is a narrow corridor of 46 square meters, and is not suitable for walking or exercising, and more importantly, the prison officers and jailers walk between them during the boom to reach their offices.

She explained that the bathrooms inside the rooms and the doors of the toilets are broken, so the prisoners are forced to put a cover on the entrance to the toilet when any prisoner enters it, and that the place of the shower is outside the section, and the prison administration allows half an hour to shower for each room.

The young prisoners are also deprived of visits by their relatives for months, in addition to their suffering regarding the scarcity of materials in the “cantina” (prison canteen), which has become a general problem in all prisons due to the continuous restrictions by the Ardan extremist committee against the prisoners and their needs.

Prisoners’ Authority: The health of the prisoner, Kamal Abu Waer, is very bad

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The Palestinian Prisoners and Editors Affairs Authority said that the health of the prisoner who is ill with cancer, Kamal Abu Waar (46 years), from Jenin, is very dangerous and bad.

The authority added in a statement, today, Monday, that the suffering of the prisoner Abu Waar, held in the “Gilboa” prison, began to appear in late 2019, when he underwent radiotherapy, after deliberate medical negligence, and was transported more than once to perform tests via a restricted “medium” car. Hands without observing his health conditions. 

She pointed out that the prisoner Abu Waer suffers from throat cancer, and his condition is constantly exacerbated, which led to weight loss, great difficulty in speaking and neck and head aches.

The Commission held the occupation authorities fully responsible for the life of the prisoner Abu Waar, who is imprisoned for 6 life sentences and 50 years, in addition to the lives of 700 sick prisoners, including at least ten prisoners suffering from cancer.


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