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    Israeli prison authorities effect violent segregation of Pal

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    مـحمد أبو عـرة
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    عدد الرسائل : 1256
    العمر : 30
    الأقامة : في المنفى...
    العمل : Technological techniques
    تاريخ التسجيل : 27/04/2007

    Israeli prison authorities effect violent segregation of Pal

    مُساهمة من طرف مـحمد أبو عـرة في الأحد يوليو 22, 2007 4:57 pm

    Israeli prison authorities have been carrying out a violent segregation of Palestinian political prisoners and detainees along political and factional lines, prisoners and human rights sources said Thursday.
    According to “Abu Muhammed,” a prisoner leader at the notorious Ketziot detention camp in the Negev desert, Israeli soldiers and Shin Beth agents have been forcibly segregating prisoners, especially those affiliated with Fatah and Hamas.
    “They are doing this by coercion and against the will of the prisoners. There are no problems between the prisoners who totally reject these provocative measures,” said Abu Muhammed (nom de guerre) in a telephone call.
    He said prisoners were being taken out of their wards and placed in other wards.
    “They are separating and segregating us according to our political and geographical affiliation. Gazans are placed alone, detainees from Hebron are placed alone. Islamic Jihad prisoners are also placed in a separate place so are the followers of the leftist organizations.”
    Abu Muhammed described the “onslaught” as ferocious and barbaric.
    “They are trying to create problems, namely fostering the same divisive atmosphere in the West Bank and Gaza inside the prisons when in fact there are no real problems among the prisoners who are clinging to national unity.
    “The prison authorities claim that they want to prevent infighting among prisoners. But in reality there is no infighting or anything of this sort and what they are trying to do is to create divisions and divisiveness so that they could effect the old colonialist policy of divide and conquer.”
    Abu Muhammed said all prisoners, irrespective of their ideological and political affiliations, were strongly against the policy of segregation which he said was aimed at serving the hostile Israeli goals of fostering disunity and divisiveness among Palestinians.
    Abu Muhammed also pointed out that prisoners would seek to overcome the impact of the new measures by creating alternative means of communication with the different wards.
    Finally, Abu Muahmmd called on the International Committee of the Red Cross to investigate the latest Israeli measures and pressurize the Israeli government to stop them immediately.
    Israel is currently holding as many as 11000 Palestinian prisoners and political detainees, including more than 60 elected members of parliament and government officials as hostages.
    The Israeli apartheid regime is also holding hundreds of activists as captives and hostages without charge or trial.
    The Israeli occupation army rounds up an average of 20 Palestinian activists per night, most of them are sent to the notorious Ketziot camp in the Negev desert.

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