The Israeli Prisons Administration has detained incommunicado the three female prisoners, Shorouk Dwaiyat, Marah Bakir, and Mona Qadan.
The administration of the Israeli Damoon Prison has carried out recurrent abuses against Palestinian female prisoners, several days ago.
It included the severe beating and dragging of the female prisoners, which led to the injury of some of them, in addition to isolating the female prisoners’ representatives, Shorouk Dwaiyat, Marah Bakir, and Mona Qaadan.
Recently, the abuse of female prisoners was repeated including cutting off from them, pulling the headscarves for some of them, where one of the female prisoners lost consciousness during the assault, while the prison administration continued to threaten them with gassing their rooms.
The prison administration imposed collective punishments on the female prisoners and deprived them of shopping from the prison shop, receiving family visits, and imposing fines on them.
The arrest of women has increased significantly since 2015 as the number of female prisoners reached more than 1,000, including the mothers of Palestinian prisoners and murderers, and minor girls, especially in Jerusalem.
The occupation practices of torture and abuse against female prisoners, including holding them in inhuman cells that worsen the living conditions they suffer from, claiming that she is insufficient budget to carry out reforms inside prisons, as female prisoners suffer from high humidity in their cells during winter and flooring problems on Al-Fora Square.
Female prisoners are forced to use blankets as doors for bathrooms, and female prisoners are watched with surveillance cameras in Al-Fora Square, which violates their privacy. Over the past years, female prisoners held protests to reject the prison administration’s continued violation of their privacy in various ways and methods.
As of the end of last November, the number of female prisoners reached 32 women detained in Damoon prison, including 9 mothers, while the occupation authorities are detaining 4,550 Palestinians, about 170 minors, and about 500 administrative detainees in their prisons.