The Palestinian Prisoners of War Club announced today (Sunday) that the Zionist regime has detained about 1,500 Palestinians since the beginning of the escalation of the conflict in Jerusalem in April.
The Palestinian Prisoners’ Club said in a statement: “The highest number of detainees is from the 1948 Occupied Territories, where more than 700 detainees have been registered since May 9,” News i reported, quoting Sputnik.
The statement said that the number of arrests in Al-Quds had risen to about 400 since the beginning of the clashes in Bab al-Amoud, which intensified after May 5, with the highest number of arrests at the end of Ramadan.
The Palestinian Prisoners’ Club stressed that most of the detainees, especially in Jerusalem and the Occupied Territories of 1948, were released on conditions such as paying high financial compensation and signing financial guarantees, or under house arrest. As for the detainees in other West Bank provinces, about 400 detainees were registered, culminating on May 12, when 60 people were detained in one day. Most detainees in the West Bank remain in detention and, in addition to previous violations, face a new round of violations against the occupier courts at all levels, which are a key factor in institutionalizing the occupier’s crimes.
The Prisoners’ Club continued: “What is happening to the detainees is that they are the most dangerous detainees from a few years ago, especially since there are clear threats from the occupiers to intensify administrative detention (extrajudicial detention) and more than 20 detainees in the West Bank in one The day of their detention was extended until they were placed in administrative detention.