140 Detainees Moved From Majeddo Prison
The International Tadamun (Solidarity) Foundation for Human Rights reported that the Israeli Prison Administration moved approximately 140 Palestinian hunger-striking detainees from the Majeddo prison to an undisclosed location. Most of the detainees are members of Hamas and the leftist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).
Ahmad al-Beetawi, a researcher at the Foundation, reported that the detainees are believed to have been moved to Galboa’ prison, and that detained legislator, Ahmad al-Hajj; political leader, Rafat Naseef; and representative of Hamas detainees, Mohammad al-Aref, were among the detainees who were transferred out of Majeddo.
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