Harassment, torture, and blackmail,A woman from Gaza tells the details of her arrest by the occupation Harassment, torture, and blackmail,A woman from Gaza tells the details of her arrest by the occupation

Harassment, torture, and blackmail,A woman from Gaza tells the details of her arrest by the occupation

Harassment, torture, and blackmail,A woman from Gaza tells the details of her arrest by the occupation

Palestinian Fatima Tamboura from northern Gaza City revealed that during her detention by the Israeli occupation army, she was subjected to continuous torture, as the soldiers forced the female detainees to undress in front of everyone, examined them in an immoral manner, and focused on private areas.

Palestinian Fatima Tamboura, from northern Gaza City, who was released a few days ago, revealed the practices of the Israeli occupation army against her while she was detained without charge, which she described as “immoral and violates human dignity, especially women.”

Mrs. Al-Ghazawi recounted the details of her arrest and exposure to strip searches and physical harassment several times during her detention by the Israeli occupation army.

She pointed out that the Israeli occupation soldiers forced the female detainees to take off their clothes in front of everyone, examined them in an immoral manner, and focused on private areas.

She said: "The soldiers deliberately left the detainees with their hands and feet tied for long periods, beat them and tortured them, and took off their veils and clothes."

She continued: "The jailers forced me to completely remove my underwear in front of the soldiers, even though I was going through my menstrual period. They forcibly removed my hijab, examined me with an electronic device in an abusive manner, and placed it in sensitive areas of my body."

The liberated detainee added: "We were feeling cold and they refused to give us blankets and forced us to wear very light clothes with no underwear underneath, and they refused to let us wear the hijab."

Tamboura was arrested from the north of Gaza City, after the Israeli occupation army made a land incursion and invaded the Amr bin Al-Aas School in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood.

After 47 days had passed since Tamboura’s arrest in Damoun prison, she was informed of the decision to release her, and she was asked to prepare herself to return to Gaza. The soldiers searched the female detainees scheduled for release, examined them, and put them on buses, but they were transferred to another military prison.

She explained that they were beaten and tortured on the bus by Israeli occupation soldiers until they reached the Kerem Shalom crossing (south of Gaza) at 9:30 a.m., at which time the soldiers removed their handcuffs and blindfolds and released them.

Many video clips were previously circulated of Israeli occupation soldiers stripping Palestinian detainees in Gaza and transporting them to unknown destinations in large trucks.

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