Israeli prisons inject Palestinian inmates with unknown substances

(MENAFN) The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor has unveiled new testimonies from Palestinian detainees recently released from Israeli prisons, shedding light on the continued violent torture and inhumane treatment inflicted upon them. These testimonies, gathered from various individuals, indicate that thousands of Palestinian civilians are subjected to systematic abuse within Israeli detention facilities.

In an early Thursday statement, the Observatory elaborated that Palestinian prisoners, particularly those apprehended during the latest conflict in the Gaza Strip, were forcibly injected with unidentified substances by Israeli authorities. These injections have resulted in visible scars and marks on the prisoners' bodies, serving as further evidence of the mistreatment they endured.

Moreover, the report accuses Israeli occupation forces of committing acts of murder, rape, and other forms of sexual violence and torture against Palestinian detainees. These grave allegations highlight a consistent pattern of abuse that raises profound concerns about human rights violations in the region. The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor is urging for immediate international intervention to investigate and put an end to these egregious practices.



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