Presented by “Amad”… Painful stations in the life of the freed “Mona Qaadan”

duration/ Embryo- safinaz advice: “Insects, insects and cockroaches, giving the wrong treatment and preventing the transfer of patients for medical examination, in addition to the policy of torture, apparitions and depriving them of sleep.” This is only a microcosm of what Palestinian prisoners suffer. Israeli occupation prisons.

The editor, Mona Hussein Qaadan, 51 years old, from Jenin, presented bytall For the Media”, who was released on 7/9/2022 from Damon Prison, one of the Israeli occupation prisons, after spending 18 months in detention for the sixth time in her life.

On February 16, 1999, the editor, Kaadan, who mettallAbout her painful stations inside the prisons of the occupation, where she was released from prison, then on 14/9/2004 she returned again to the jailer’s walls and on 2/8 went out for a third time for a years behind bars administratively. /2007.

The editor, Qaadan, adds that she was arrested for the fourth time on 31/5/2011, the fifth on 13/11/2012 and the sixth on 12/4/2021.

These stations through which the liberated Qadan went, gathered together with female prisoners from the various occupied countries, to live the same suffering and in the same method used by the Israeli Injustice Prison Service, which she with the Palestinian female prisoners under false and practiced deceiving prisoners. charges she records in the records of injustice and human history.

The editor, Qaadan, moved to several prisons during her detention, including Salem, Al-Jalameh, Al-Maskobiya, Al-Ramla, Sharon and Al-Damoon.

Qaadan says ontallThe longest period of arrest she was subjected to was in 2012, from which she was released after 4 years of a 6-year sentence, after being convicted following an appeal to the occupation courts, on charges of driving a forbidden association.

The most difficult investigation she went through during her detention periods

The editor, Qaadan, was subjected to the strongest and most difficult investigation after her first arrest during her life in the occupation prisons in 1999, with the Al-Jalama investigation, a military investigation, where she then went on a hunger strike for 37 days went , according to what she reported.tall for the media.”

I continued that the Occupation Prisons Authority practiced interrogation with me by interrogators, with the presence of one of the female interrogators, in terms of the physical aspect of ghosting, beatings, deprivation of sleep, the ghost of a chair or iron, and others, in addition to psychological torture.

According to the interview of the editor, Qaadan,tallI met female prisoners from several governorates, including the dean of female prisoners Lina Al-Jarbouni from the occupied city of Acre, who has been held for more than 15 years.

Stations between torture and deprivation of liberty

She said most of the prisons are very old buildings dating back to before the British Mandate as they consist of 13 rooms, one of which is small for two female prisoners and the other part for 6 female prisoners. is decades old bearing pain and disease.

She added, showers are outside the rooms, and this is one of the worst things we have experienced in the prisons, as the prisoner is deprived of her privacy and the presence of surveillance cameras of the occupation prisons inside her.

When a female prisoner is exposed to a health problem, many of them are not taken out to visit the doctor, this is what the editor Qaadan in her interview with:tallShe added, “The cases exposed to disease are not transferred to the hospital and treated, except after the female prisoners are returned to meals and the departments are completely closed.”

Prisoners in the midst of pain

The editor, Qaadan, recalls the tortured prisoner Saadia Matar, who was tortured in the occupation prisons due to deliberate medical negligence, in addition to the prisoner Donia Jaradat, who suffers from hydrocephalus by increasing the amount of water on the spinal cord. Her treatment, which leads to blindness and is treated only through escalating steps and protests from the female prisoners within the department, must be treated and get treatment, and often she is not given appropriate treatment for her health condition.

And I spoke that the authorities of the occupation prisons deliberately give the female prisoners wrong treatments for ill health or their condition when they are sick, as happened to me by giving me blood pressure medication, which led to my diabetes and pressure after my release out of prison.

Esraa Jaabis was also mentioned by the editor, Qadan, during her interview withtallAnd how she suffers inside the occupation prisons and prevents her from performing operations when she is in urgent and very necessary need, such as the operation to open the fingers, and an appointment was booked for her at the number (800) under the clause that her operation is cosmetic and she does not need it.

Inhumane treatment and a life that animals cannot bear

“Insects, bugs, cockroaches and mice are constantly present in prisons.” A sentence that no man can comprehend, and it may not even be tolerated by those who live in the middle of the forest, but; This is, in fact, a life that the prisoners generally live within the Israeli prisons of injustice.

Qaadan explains totallIn this regard, insects and cockroaches occur in large numbers in the female prisoners’ rooms, and the occupation prisons’ sanitary facility prevents the introduction of pesticides into the sections, and the female prisoners clean themselves.

The editor, Qadan, tellstallOne day, similar to all the days that female prisoners live behind the bars of the occupation, between staying in the cells or going out to the “Fora” square to meet them all and get to know each other and practice some awareness sessions or study and others.

“The deadly routine,” the editor, Qadan, described the life of female prisoners in the occupation prisons and added: If the female prisoner does not adjust herself to her own affairs, the situation inside prisons remains a deadly routine similar to the same days without change.

She remarked, we woke up from our sleep in the break and went out for sports, then we sit together and drink coffee, and at 8:00 we are entered into the prison rooms, and we leave them at 9 for an hour, and the Qassam is closed from 10-11, so that breakfast is eaten in the rooms.

And she adds: The prison is open from 11:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. to shower outside the rooms, and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. the “surge” period, while the section is closed for an hour until four , and then the prison opens for a while until 19:00, after which the rooms are completely closed Until seven o’clock the next day.

She revealed the university education, which took place for the first time among the female prisoners, and the first group of social work specializations was graduated from the Al-Quds Open University, while collective food is prepared for the prison wards on Thursday and Friday, as a result from to the absence of the occupation prisons’ administration.

Messages from the heart of pain

The editor directed Qadan by “tallHer message to her remaining sisters in the Israeli prisons of injustice, where she said: “Be one hand so that you can confront the occupation administration, in addition to using time by educating, reading, reading and memorizing the Koran, for the void kills the penitence more than it benefits from it.

In her letter to Palestinian officials, Qaadan emphasized that our female prisoners need freedom, not slogans.

Presenting her message to the international community, she said: Do not listen to the slogans of the occupation, which always tries to justify its actions, and implements the policy of slow death of male and female prisoners inside the prisons of the occupation , and the international community must fulfill its responsibilities, and seriously follow the issue of women prisoners to end their suffering in prisons.

The prisoners are still behind the bars of Israeli injustice, living in these stations that humanity cannot bear, amidst the unjust international silence about the rights and freedom of the Palestinians that were taken away from them decades ago.

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