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Israeli occupation renews the administrative detention of four Jerusalemites, including a girl

Israeli occupation court renewed, on Sunday, the administrative detention of four Jerusalemites, including a girl.

The Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs said in a press statement yesterday: “The occupation forces renewed the administrative detention of the young Maqdisi, Baraa Bakirat, for a period of 4 months, and extended the detention of Maqdisi Ibrahim Salim until next Monday.”

The commission added that the occupation court extended the detention of the Jerusalemite youth, Samir Bakhtan, until the 18th of next July, and the young Jerusalemite woman, Asma Abu Takfa, until the 2nd of July.

The number of administrative prisoners in the occupation prisons exceeds a thousand detainees, including (14) children, who are held in three central prisons: Ofer, Negev, and Megiddo.

The number of prisoners in the occupation prisons is about 4,900, including 34 female prisoners, according to institutions concerned with prisoners’ affairs.

The occupation authorities aim, through the crime of administrative detention, to undermine any effective state and impose more control and oversight on Palestinian society within the framework of the “apartheid” system imposed by the occupation on several levels.

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