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More than 9,500 detainees in Israeli occupation jails, including 80 women and 200 children

Prisoner organizations have confirmed that the number of detainees in Israeli occupation jails has reached more than 9,500, including 80 women and more than 200 children, distributed across "Megiddo", "Ofer", and "Damon" prisons. This figure does not include all detainees in the Gaza Strip who are subjected to enforced disappearance.

In a fact sheet provided by the prisoner organizations to highlight the situation of the detainees since the beginning of October, it was confirmed that the number of administrative detainees had risen to more than 3,660 by the beginning of April, including 22 women and more than 40 children, in addition to an increase in the number of detainees suffering from diseases.

According to the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA), the organizations noted that the number of detainees classified by the occupation as "unlawful combatants" reached 849, in addition to 56 journalists, including 45 who were detained after October 7 and are still under detention, including 4 female journalists.

The organizations mentioned that the number of old detainees after the death of detainee Walid Daqqa had reached 21, with the longest-held detainee being Mohammad Altous from the town of Jeba in the Bethlehem governorate, who has been detained since 1985.

The number of detainees serving life sentences is about 600, with the highest sentenced detainee, Abdullah Barghouti, serving 67 life sentences, followed by Ibrahim Hamed with 54 life sentences.

Regarding the martyrs of the prisoner movement, the organizations pointed out that the number has risen to 252 martyrs since 1967, after 16 detainees were martyred inside the occupation prisons.

This number does not include all martyrs of the prisoner movement after October 7, with the ongoing concealment of the identities of the majority of martyrs of Gaza detainees who were martyred in the camps of the occupation army, while the number of detained martyrs whose bodies are held is 27, with the oldest martyr being Anis Dolah whose body has been held since 1980.

The fact sheet noted that 240 detainees were released in 7 exchange batches, and later the occupation re-arrested 15 of them. Subsequently, two were released, and 13 remained detained, including 5 children and 4 female detainees.

Source: Agencies



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