Ending the isolation of two Jerusalemite female prisoners

The Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Committee on Monday said that the Israeli Prisons Administration has ended the isolation of the two Jerusalemite prisoners, Fadwa Hamada and Nawal Fateiha, after they spent a long time in solitary confinement.

The committee indicated in a statement that the two prisoners, who are inside the isolation of Damoun prison, have reached an agreement with the prison administration to end their continuous isolation for about 105 days for the prisoner Hamada and 30 days for the prisoner Fatiha.

According to the Committee, the two prisoners were suffering inside the narrow, dark, and foul-smelling solitary confinement cells, which were not suitable for human life, in addition to the poor quality and quantity of food provided to them.

The captive Jerusalemite, Fadwa Hamadeh, is 34 years old, from the town of Sur Baher, south of Jerusalem. She is married and has five children and was arrested on August 12, 2017.

Source : Safa