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IOF suppress Palestinian prisoners in Al-Naqab Prison, transfer a number of them to cells

Israeli occupation forces suppressed today, Sunday, the prisoners in the Negev desert prison, and transferred a number of them to the cells.

According to the Prisoners’ Information Office, the Masada units stormed Section 21 of the Negev prison, and transferred a number of prisoners to the cells, indicating that there is a state of extreme tension prevailing in the prison.

This comes in light of the state of general mobilization that prevails in all occupation prisons, in which administrative detainees are held, in preparation for participating in the open hunger strike.

The Administrative Prisoners Committee, which is affiliated with the Supreme National Emergency Committee in the occupation prisons, stated that hundreds of administrative prisoners will go on strike, starting next Sunday, under the slogan “Freedom Revolution – Administrative Intifada”.

The Occupation Prisons Administration began early attempts to thwart the movement of administrative prisoners, by threatening a number of harsh penalties against any prisoner who engages in a hunger strike, and giving some prisoners fake promises not to renew their administrative detention in return for not participating in the upcoming battle.

The main demand of the prisoners in this battle is to end the crime of arbitrary administrative detention, which has increased in an unprecedented manner during the past few months, which resulted in an increase in the number of administrative prisoners to about 1,100, in addition to the occupation courts issuing more than 1,300 administrative detention decisions since the beginning of this year. .

The prisoners’ institutions stressed the importance of the official and popular movement supporting the battle of the administrative prisoners, because of its great impact in shortening the time of the battle and ensuring that the prisoners achieve their goals, obtain their freedom, and get rid of unjust administrative detention.

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