Brave Palestinian girl: Israel harasses female prisoners

Brave Palestinian girl: Israel harasses female prisoners

Activist Ahed al-Tamimi, who was released from an Israeli prison under the Hamas-Israel prisoner exchange deal, said Israeli authorities left Palestinian prisoners without water or clothing.

Tamimi, known as the “brave Palestinian girl,” said in her statement after her release that the release of Palestinian prisoners due to Israel’s massacres was met with bittersweet joy. Tamimi stated that Israel detained almost 30 Palestinian prisoners, 10 of whom were from the Gaza Strip, after the ground attacks that began on October 27, and that their situation was very bad.

Tamimi, 23, detained by Israel and sent to prison on November 6, had this to say about the violations he witnessed there:

“The situation in prison is very difficult, there is daily harassment against inmates. “The captive women are left without water or clothing, they sleep on the floor and are beaten.”

Tamimi claimed that Israeli officials threatened to attack her father if she told what happened in prison, saying: “Despite everything, we are stronger than the occupation. “We will continue (the resistance) until we get our freedom,” she said.

Israeli forces detained Tamimi’s father in Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank, in October. Tamimi’s father is still in an Israeli prison.

Ahed al-Tamimi, known as the “brave Palestinian girl”, was considered worthy of the “Hanzala Courage Award” in Istanbul for her attitude towards Israeli soldiers when her brother was detained in 2012. Tamimi was detained by Israeli forces in 2017 and remained in prison for 8 months. (AA)

Source: Sozcu


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