- Published on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 13:21
Monday 18th June was the day the Israeli forces broke into section 11 in Eishel prison. Prisoners Amjad Ezzat and Hassan Kabha from Jenin, who were sentenced for 18 years, revealed the details of the brutal Israeli attack on the prisoners.
Kabha told the lawyer of the Palestinian prisoners' society, Rami al-Alami, that at 6 am that day, armed forces broke into section 11 and ordered the prisoners to take off their clothes to be strip-searched.
Prisoners refused this order and started banging on the walls, doors and windows.
Prisoner Kabha said that another force broke into the section and started to handcuff the prisoners and pulling them out of their rooms into the yards. The soldiers then confiscated electrical devices and searched the section for several hours.
Israeli forces threw prisoners to the ground and severely beat them portraying no mercy.
The prisoners state that there were 70 injured in this Israeli attempt to break the will of the prisoners.
The prisoner called for raising pleas against the Israeli Prisons' administration. The forces also assaulted the disabled prisoners such as Ayoub Attalah who soldiers assaulted and broke his plastic leg.
Kabha said that the Israeli prisons' administration forces brutal attacks on prisoners. He called for legal and humanitarian intervention to stop these practices that threaten the lives of the prisoners and put them in danger.