Israeli prisons are overcrowded with prisoners, and soldiers have documented the nudity of Palestinian detainees Israeli prisons are overcrowded with prisoners, and soldiers have documented the nudity of Palestinian detainees

Israeli prisons are overcrowded with prisoners, and soldiers have documented the nudity of Palestinian detainees

Israeli prisons are overcrowded with prisoners, and soldiers have documented the nudity of Palestinian detainees

While a video on social media showed Palestinian detainees being stripped naked while being detained by the occupation army, as this is not the first incident, a crisis of overcrowding in cells emerged, prompting the Israeli Prison Service to consider solutions, including converting dining rooms and places where food (canteens) are sold into cells.

The Israeli Prison Service is looking for solutions to provide hundreds of places for Palestinian detainees after the cells are overcrowded, including converting dining rooms and places where food “canteens” are sold into cells.

The Israeli occupation has expanded its arrest operations in the occupied West Bank and Gaza since the outbreak of war on the Strip on October 7.

The Prison Service submitted a report yesterday, Tuesday, during a session of the National Security Committee in the Knesset (Parliament), to discuss possible solutions due to prison overcrowding, according to the Hebrew “Calcalist” website.

The plan includes adding 888 places of detention in 7 prisons during the coming months at the expense of public places in these prisons, such as canteens and dining rooms.

Calcalist stated, “According to the report, about 91% of Palestinian prisoners (8,207 prisoners) are detained today in conditions that do not meet the decision of the Supreme Court (the highest judicial authority in Israel), by providing the minimum living space, as well as sleeping on a bed and mattress.” .

In late December, the head of the Domestic Policy Division of the National Security Council, Yossi Maimon, said that according to the estimates of the General Security Agency (Shin Bet) for the year 2024, there will be 6,000 new prisoners from the West Bank and two thousand from Gaza, who have no place in prisons.

Earlier Tuesday, the Israeli organization Physicians for Human Rights revealed dozens of testimonies it had obtained about Israeli violations of beatings, mistreatment, sexual insults, and medical neglect of Palestinian detainees since the start of the war on Gaza.

She stressed that "the severe violence inflicted on Palestinian detainees is consistent with the definition of torture under the Convention against Torture."

Documentation of the nudity of Palestinian detainees
In the same context, a video clip circulating on social media platforms showed Israeli soldiers stripping dozens of Palestinians while arresting them in a school affiliated with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Refugees (UNRWA) in Gaza City.

In the video clip, the men were seen sitting on the ground, stripped of their clothes, with their hands raised, while the Israeli occupation forces detained them in the courtyard of the UNRWA Salah al-Din Preparatory School in Gaza City.

It was not possible to determine the date of filming of the video, which was taken by an Israeli soldier and published on social media.

Since October 7, the Israeli occupation army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza that has left tens of thousands martyred and wounded, most of them children and women, in addition to thousands missing under the rubble, according to the Palestinian authorities.

For the first time since its establishment in 1948, Israel is currently being tried before the International Court of Justice (headquartered in The Hague, Netherlands), the highest judicial body in the United Nations, on charges of committing “genocide” crimes against the Palestinians.


The occupation is committing new massacres in Gaza and systematically starving civilians by preventing aid

The Israeli occupation army committed bloody massacres in several areas of the Gaza Strip, leaving dozens martyred and injured, while UNICEF said, “The humanitarian crisis is worsening, especially in northern Gaza, where children face hunger.”

For the 138th day in a row, the Israeli occupation army continues its aggression against Gaza, leaving dozens of martyrs and wounded as a result of its artillery and warplanes targeting civilians, displaced people, and residential homes in various areas of the Strip.
The devastating war on the Gaza Strip, as of Tuesday, left 29,195 martyrs and 69,170 injured, most of them children and women, in addition to thousands missing under the rubble, amid international warnings of a possible ground invasion of the city of Rafah, in the far south of the Strip.
Although Tel Aviv previously announced the end of its ground invasion into the northern Gaza Strip, the Israeli army says that the new operation in the Zaytoun neighborhood “will focus on the infrastructure of the Hamas movement that has not been destroyed so far.”
A TRT news correspondent said that the central region of the Gaza Strip experienced a bloody night, confirming that at least 45 martyrs and dozens of wounded arrived at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir Al-Balah following a violent Israeli bombardment that targeted a house since Tuesday night.
Local sources said that there were martyrs and wounded in an Israeli bombing of a civilian car on Abu Hosni Street in the city of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.
The number of martyrs in the Nuseirat camp and the city of Deir al-Balah rose to 34 martyrs, as a result of the continuous occupation raids since Wednesday morning.

Earlier, dozens of citizens were martyred and others were injured when the Israeli occupation aircraft bombed a number of citizens’ homes in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City, on the heads of its residents, according to what was reported by the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa).
In Khan Yunis , south of the Gaza Strip, a TRT Arab correspondent said that occupation vehicles and tanks entered into an operation that lasted 10 hours in the Al-Mawasi area, the good port of Khan Yunis, the tents of the displaced, and the city’s beach. The forces opened fire, leaving dozens of martyrs and wounded amid calls for ambulances to arrive to rescue more victims after the army’s withdrawal. From the region."
According to local sources, 6 citizens were martyred and others were injured in the operation of occupation tanks targeting the displaced persons camp in the Al-Mawasi area, bringing the death toll in the governorate as a result of the continuous occupation raids since the morning hours to 26 martyrs.
The Palestine Red Crescent Society said that its crews evacuated two martyrs and eight injured people from the headquarters of Doctors Without Borders, on Al-Rashid Street, west of Khan Yunis Governorate, and transferred them all to the International Medical Corps Field Hospital in the city of Rafah.
A TRT news correspondent also reported that 8 martyrs and a number of injuries were killed in an Israeli bombing that targeted a house in the Al-Geneina neighborhood, east of the city of Rafah , south of the Gaza Strip, where they were transferred to the Martyr Abu Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in the city.
Deaths due to famine
The Palestinian Red Crescent in Gaza said on Wednesday that there is “a real famine in the Gaza Strip that has led to the death of a number of Palestinians,” noting “shocking reports that the Palestinians cannot find food or water.”
The organization's spokesman, Raed Al-Nims, added in a press statement that the occupation army "strikes anyone who tries to bring aid into the Gaza Strip."

He continued, saying: “We are witnessing a decline in the issue of bringing aid into the northern regions,” stressing that “what is happening in the northern Gaza Strip will extend to other regions of it.”
"We want to eat"
Dozens of Palestinians demonstrated in the Jabalia camp in the northern Gaza Strip on Tuesday evening, demanding an end to the Israeli war on the Strip and the entry of humanitarian aid.
Angry demonstrators roamed the streets of Jabalia camp and chanted slogans demanding an end to the war and the entry of aid into the Strip, including: “We want to eat,” “We want to live,” and “The people want a bag of flour.”
The demonstrators demanded the necessity of lifting the siege on the northern areas of the Gaza Strip, which has been ongoing since the seventh of last October, which has caused human suffering and led them to eat animal food.
In mid-November, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) announced that all residents of the Gaza Strip suffer from “food insecurity” due to the Israeli blockade imposed on them since October 7.
On November 17, 2023, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) announced that the population in the northern Gaza Strip was “on the brink of famine.”
The UN agency warned that the residents of the northern areas of the Gaza Strip are on the “brink of famine” and have no place to go.
International warning
Tess Ingram, spokesperson for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), said that the humanitarian crisis is worsening, especially in northern Gaza, warning that "Gaza still has high levels of destruction, affecting half of the Strip's population."
The spokeswoman added in a press statement on Wednesday: “We are trying to provide assistance to children in Gaza and put an end to the suffering in the Strip,” noting that “the situation in Gaza is very difficult and no child in the world has to face conditions like these.”
She considered that "the humanitarian crisis is worsening, especially in northern Gaza, where children face hunger," and said: "We face security challenges in bringing in aid and other challenges in distributing it because of its scarcity."
Since last October 7, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip that has left tens of thousands of civilians martyred and injured, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe and massive destruction of infrastructure, which led to Tel Aviv appearing before the International Court of Justice on charges of “ Genocide".

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