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UN urges Israel to end mistreatment of Palestinian prisoners

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The United Nations has urged to abide by the international and standards of

detention in regard to the Palestinian prisoners.

In a written statement, Michael Lynk, the UN special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian Territory

under occupation, requested better and accessible health care, unrestrained family visits and an end to solitary confinement

and administrative detention for Palestinian hunger strikers, reports the Anadolu news agency.

Approximately 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli jails have been on a hunger strike for over a month now.

"Prisoners everywhere have a right to engage in hunger strikes to protest their living conditions, and they should not be

punished as a result," said Lynk's statement.

"I deeply regret not having the opportunity to visit the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and to speak face-to-face with

victims and witnesses of Israel's alleged violations of international humanitarian and human rights law," the statement

added.

Speaking on the many Palestinian prisoners in Israel, not in the occupied Palestinian territory, in violation of

international humanitarian law, he said, "These transfers create significant barriers to the families of prisoners who wish

to visit them, due to the difficulty of obtaining permits to enter Israel, and the often-arduous journey families must

undertake to reach their relatives."

According to reports, around 7,000 Palestinian, including 57 women and 300 children, are currently jailed in Israeli prisons.

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UN urges Israel to end mistreatment of Palestinian prisoners

The United Nations has urged Israel to abide by the international law and standards ofdetention in regard to the Palestinian prisoners.In a written statement, Michael Lynk, the UN special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian Territoryunder occupation, requested better and accessible health care, unrestrained family visits and an end to solitary confinementand administrative detention for Palestinian hunger strikers, reports the Anadolu news agency.Approximately 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli jails have been on a hunger strike for over a month now."Prisoners everywhere have a right to engage in hunger strikes to protest their living conditions, and they should not bepunished as a result," said Lynk's statement."I deeply regret not having the opportunity to visit the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and to speak face-to-face withvictims and witnesses of Israel's alleged violations of international humanitarian and human rights law," the statementadded.Speaking on ...

The United Nations has urged to abide by the international and standards of

detention in regard to the Palestinian prisoners.

In a written statement, Michael Lynk, the UN special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian Territory

under occupation, requested better and accessible health care, unrestrained family visits and an end to solitary confinement

and administrative detention for Palestinian hunger strikers, reports the Anadolu news agency.

Approximately 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli jails have been on a hunger strike for over a month now.

"Prisoners everywhere have a right to engage in hunger strikes to protest their living conditions, and they should not be

punished as a result," said Lynk's statement.

"I deeply regret not having the opportunity to visit the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and to speak face-to-face with

victims and witnesses of Israel's alleged violations of international humanitarian and human rights law," the statement

added.

Speaking on the many Palestinian prisoners in Israel, not in the occupied Palestinian territory, in violation of

international humanitarian law, he said, "These transfers create significant barriers to the families of prisoners who wish

to visit them, due to the difficulty of obtaining permits to enter Israel, and the often-arduous journey families must

undertake to reach their relatives."

According to reports, around 7,000 Palestinian, including 57 women and 300 children, are currently jailed in Israeli prisons.

.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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UN urges Israel to end mistreatment of Palestinian prisoners

The United Nations has urged to abide by the international and standards of

detention in regard to the Palestinian prisoners.

In a written statement, Michael Lynk, the UN special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian Territory

under occupation, requested better and accessible health care, unrestrained family visits and an end to solitary confinement

and administrative detention for Palestinian hunger strikers, reports the Anadolu news agency.

Approximately 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli jails have been on a hunger strike for over a month now.

"Prisoners everywhere have a right to engage in hunger strikes to protest their living conditions, and they should not be

punished as a result," said Lynk's statement.

"I deeply regret not having the opportunity to visit the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and to speak face-to-face with

victims and witnesses of Israel's alleged violations of international humanitarian and human rights law," the statement

added.

Speaking on the many Palestinian prisoners in Israel, not in the occupied Palestinian territory, in violation of

international humanitarian law, he said, "These transfers create significant barriers to the families of prisoners who wish

to visit them, due to the difficulty of obtaining permits to enter Israel, and the often-arduous journey families must

undertake to reach their relatives."

According to reports, around 7,000 Palestinian, including 57 women and 300 children, are currently jailed in Israeli prisons.

.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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