The Commission for the Affairs of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners and the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club revealed the detention of 142 female prisoners Gaza In Israeli occupation prisons, including infant girls and elderly women who were arrested during the ground invasion of the Gaza Strip.
The Commission and the Prisoners’ Club said, in a statement issued on Sunday evening, that the female prisoners are being held in several prisons, including Damon and Hasharon, according to available data.
The two institutions referred to what was stated in their previous statement, which stated that the Israeli occupation is carrying out “horrific and atrocious crimes against Gaza detainees, in addition to its refusal to reveal their fate in terms of their numbers, places of detention, and health conditions.”
Warning of possible executions
The Commission and the Prisoners' Club confirmed that fears for the fate of Gaza's prisoners are escalating day after day, and they did not rule out the occupation carrying out field executions against them in light of “the shocking and horrific images and testimonies that came out from citizens who were recently arrested.”
At the end of last November, the occupation prison administration announced the detention of 260 male and female detainees from Gaza, describing them as “illegal combatants.”
The Prisoners' Association and the Prisoners' Club pointed out that the Israeli Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir – whom they described as a fascist – instructed the prison administration official “in the context of systematic torture and abuse” to transfer detainees from Gaza to the Rakvet cell section located under the Nitzan Ramle prison, which is considered one of the worst. Prisons and the oldest.