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Dozens of Palestinian women and girls remain in Israel's prisons | The Electronic Intifada


Dozens of Palestinian women and girls remain in Israel's prisons | The Electronic Intifada: There are currently 55 Palestinian females held in Israeli prisons and detention facilities, including 12 girls and 16 mothers, according to a statement from prisoners’ rights group Addameer and antiwar group CodePink.

“Testimonies by Palestinian women and girls highlight the brutality of the arrest process as well as conditions inside Israeli interrogation, detention and prison centers and even hospitals while in custody,” the groups say in a statement released this week detailing Israel’s violations of the rights of female detainees.

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