News ID: 332460
Publish Date: 17 January 2012 - 09:15
Navideshahed: A former female prisoner, who has been released during the recent prisoners swap between Hamas and the Zionist regime of Israel, revealed that Israeli interrogators and prison guards use rape and threat of rape to take forced confession from prisoners.

Qaherah al-Saadi, released after 10 years of imprisonment in Israeli prisons, said that she was held in al-Maskobiah prison in the occupied al-Quds (Jerusalem) for three and half months for interrogation and was then transferred to Ramla (Ayalon) prison.

Referring to her incarceration in Maskobiah prison, she said that Israeli guards mistreated and tortured her during the interrogation.

"They (guards) threatened to rape me and to mistreat my children if I refused to cooperate with them," Saadi said, adding that guards also used the ugliest form of verbal and physical insults against her during the interrogations.

"Then they brought my husband and threatened him to encourage me to make confessions or they would rape me in front of his eyes," she added.

"I quite remember well that that my husband begged my interrogator, Colonel Kohen, not to touch me," she added.

She also described the prison's conditions as "horrible".

Also in relevant remarks, Palestinian Minister for Captives Affairs Ataollah Abu Sabah said Palestinian prisoners are suffering harsh and inhuman conditions in Israeli prisons, and stressed that Israeli prisons are much more horrible than those of the Nazis'.

Speaking told FNA, Sabah said that almost 4,400 Palestinian prisoners are incarcerated in Israeli prisons, and added that those prisoners who are sentenced to long terms of imprisonment are kept in central prisons whose conditions are gravely inhume and terrible.

"These prisons lack sanitation and are overcrowded," he said, addaing that Israel is harshly suppressing Palestinian prisoners in these prisons.

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Source: Fars News Agency

Qaherah al-Saadi, released after 10 years of imprisonment in Israeli prisons, said that she was held in al-Maskobiah prison in the occupied al-Quds (Jerusalem) for three and half months for interrogation and was then transferred to Ramla (Ayalon) prison. Referring to her incarceration in Maskobiah prison, she said that Israeli guards mistreated and tortured her during the interrogation. "They (guards) threatened to rape me and to mistreat my children if I refused to cooperate with them," Saadi said, adding that guards also used the ugliest form of verbal and physical insults against her during the interrogations. "Then they brought my husband and threatened him to encourage me to make confessions or they would rape me in front of his eyes," she added. "I quite remember well that that my husband begged my interrogator, Colonel Kohen, not to touch me," she added. She also described the prison's conditions as "horrible". Also in relevant remarks, Palestinian Minister for Captives Affairs Ataollah Abu Sabah said Palestinian prisoners are suffering harsh and inhuman conditions in Israeli prisons, and stressed that Israeli prisons are much more horrible than those of the Nazis'. Speaking told FNA, Sabah said that almost 4,400 Palestinian prisoners are incarcerated in Israeli prisons, and added that those prisoners who are sentenced to long terms of imprisonment are kept in central prisons whose conditions are gravely inhume and terrible. "These prisons lack sanitation and are overcrowded," he said, addaing that Israel is harshly suppressing Palestinian prisoners in these prisons. The End Source: Fars News Agency
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