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[ PIC 04/03/2013 – 08:07 PM ]

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NABLUS, (PIC)– Israeli prison guards savagely stormed prisons 15 times in February 2013, especially Meggido and Negev prisons, Ahrar center revealed.

The center noted that Palestinian prisoners in section 2 in Megiddo prison suffer health problems due to a fire that broke out in the section in February 11, 2013.

A state of anger prevailed among the prisoners in Megiddo prison when the Israeli units stormed the juniors’ section on February 9, and isolated some of them, leading to a mass protest among the prisoners.

The IPS continued its provocations against the prisoners despite the cold weather, where the Israeli units stormed section 4 in Nafha prison on February 13, and forced them to be strip searched and isolated three of them, the prisoners told Ahrar center.

Fuad Al Khuffash…

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