Agence France-Presse

Awọn ile igbimọ pawọn ti Palestian (PPC) sọ, ni Ojobo, pe Israeli ti mu nipa awọn Palestinians 2,000 lati ibẹrẹ 2018.

PPC, ajọṣepọ ti o niiṣe pẹlu ijọba ti o ba awọn alamọde ti Palestani ni awọn ile-iṣẹ ni Israeli, ti gbejade iroyin kan lori iṣẹlẹ ti Awọn Ọjọ Ẹwọn Ọjọ iwode ti Palestine, eyi ti a samisi ni Ojobo.

O sọ pe awọn ti a ti mu awọn Palestinians 1,928 lati ibẹrẹ odun yii, pẹlu awọn ọmọ 369 ati awọn obirin 36.

Gegebi iroyin na ti sọ, ni ayika awọn Palestinians milionu 1 ti Israeli ti mu nipasẹ May 14, 1948, ọjọ ti a da Israeli kalẹ.

Awọn Palestinians ti ṣe apejuwe May 15, ọjọ lẹhin ominira Israeli, bi ọjọ Nakba, tabi Ọjọ Iparun, bi ẹgbẹẹgbẹrun awọn Palestinians ti ti nipo kuro ni 1948.

Nipa awọn elewon Paadidi 6,500 wa bayi ni awọn ile-iṣẹ Israeli, pẹlu awọn ọmọ 350, awọn obinrin 65, ati awọn oṣiṣẹ ofin ilufin mẹfa.

Among the prisoners, 48 have been incarcerated for over 20 years continuously, 25 have spent more than 25 years in jail, and 12 have been detained for over 30 years, according to the report.

In addition, the report underlined that around 700 prisoners are suffering from chronic diseases and required consistent medical attention, including 26 suffering from cancer.

Palestinians have been marking the Prisoners Day on April 17, each year since it was declared by Palestinian National Council in 1974, calling for freeing all Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails.

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