Two Palestinian female prisoners are being held under extremely harsh conditions inside an isolation cell in Jalamah jail.
The prisoners, Fadwa Hamada and Jihan Hashima, are being detained inside a miserable isolation cell, watched with three security cameras, and deprived of their basic needs and rights, according to the Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and Ex-Detainees’ Affairs.
“Since we were transferred to Jalamah isolation jail, we have been wearing the same clothes. They have not brought our things. We were given one blouse each and a toothpaste with a worn and broken brush,” the Commission quoted the prisoners as saying.
“When we go out to see the lawyer, our legs are shackled and they do not provide us with masks. Our families have also not been allowed to visit us for months,” they said.