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Israeli Prison Service says there were no negotiations and no demands met; Palestinian officials declare victory for prisoners’ rights.
On April 17, 1,500 Palestinian security prisoners started a hunger strike to protest what they called inhumane treatment and restrictions in the prisons.
‘I don’t care if I go bankrupt,’ says Jerusalem store owner.
IPS: No room left by next December without court-ordered expansion.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
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.
By EYAL LEVY
Despite the apology some Twitter users have called for a boycott of the franchise.
By AMY SPIRO
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.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The Ofek detention center at Sharon Prison is the country’s only detention facility for offenders under the age of 18.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
he reason for the timing of the furlough was that it was the first day he was eligible to leave the prison after serving a fourth of his sentence.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The isolated Nafha Prison in the Negev houses security prisoners and dangerous criminals.
By BEN HARTMAN
Palestinian prisoners threaten civil disobedience and hunger strike if demands are not met.
Pshycologist had determined that prisoner should be under observation; officers allegedly failed to take cautionary measures.
By Yonah Jeremy Bob
Prisoners banged on the doors of their cells, threw trash at wardens, and torched a drying rack they used to hang up their laundry.
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