israeli prison service

Palestinian prisoners wait to be released from Ketziot prison, southern Israel, October 1, 2007
Terrorists riot and coordinate terror from within Israeli prisons- report

The disturbances within the prisons are coordinated with cell phones located within the prisons. These same cell phones are used to carry out terror attacks outside of the prisons.

The hand of a Palestinian inmate is seen in a prison in the West Bank city of Nablus February 11, 20
New committee may prevent terrorists from watching World Cup in prison

"I do not intend to allow Hamas terrorists to watch the World Cup while the bodies of our soldiers are held in Gaza together with our kidnapped civilians."

INMATES WALK through the Hermon Prison in northern Israel last week.
U.S.-born Jewish terrorist asks for prison furlough for son’s bris

Teitel is serving two life sentences for killing two Palestinians.

Prison jail cell illustrative
Overcrowding ‘unprecedented crisis’ says Israel Prison Services

IPS: No room left by next December without court-ordered expansion.

INMATES WALK through the Hermon Prison in northern Israel last week.
Thousands of prisoners with hepatitis C do not receive medication

The Prison Service treated only 10 to 20 prisoners last year.

Nafha Prison
Raising the bars - inside Israel's high security prisons

Nafha Prison’s deputy warden Yariv Cohen, who is in charge of many security prisoners and terrorists, talks of life in jail from his perspective.

Palestinian youths with flags
Palestinian hunger strike ends after 40th day

Israeli Prison Service says there were no negotiations and no demands met; Palestinian officials declare victory for prisoners’ rights.

Marwan Barghouti
Pizza Hut apologizes for post making fun of Palestinian hunger strike

Despite the apology some Twitter users have called for a boycott of the franchise.

Palestinians take part in a protest in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners held by Israel, in the
Rule of Law: Israel's Palestinian prisoner predicament

As Palestinian prisoners enter the third week of a hunger strike, former Prisons Service chief Orit Adato tells the Post that Israel needs to rethink its policies.

Hebron protest
State folds, returns hunger striking Palestinian prisoners access to lawyers

On April 17, 1,500 Palestinian security prisoners started a hunger strike to protest what they called inhumane treatment and restrictions in the prisons.

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