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  Israeli prison administration violates deal with Palestinian prisoners
humanitarianvoice - 2012-05-29

Some Palestinian proteters against Israeli prison authorities

The Palestinian Prisoner's Club (PPC) Sunday said punishments are still being taken against Palestinian prisoners detained in Israeli jails, contrary to what was agreed upon with the prison administration, following the end of the prisoners hunger strike, according to a PPC statement.

The Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike agreed on a deal with Israel to end their strike in return for some of their demands, including allowing family visitations, ending of solitary confinement and the imposition of fines on prisoners and other demands.

It said the prison administration renewed the administrative custody of a number of prisoners in addition to other punishments, such as imposing fines on prisoners who went on the hunger strike, preventing family visitation and banning prisoners from using the canteen services that were supposed to be cancelled after ending the hunger strike, reported the Palestinian news agency WAFA.

PPC said the prison administration also still insists on its policy of medical negligence against prisoners, particularly against the ones who went on the hunger strike; as many suffer from severe headaches, numbness, pains in the stomach and waist, in addition to vomiting.

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