Ben-Gvir visits the prison to ensure that the conditions of the prisoners are not improved


Israel’s newly appointed National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir made his first visit to the Nafha prison for Palestinian prisoners on Thursday to make sure conditions had not improved after a Supreme Court ruling in their favor. Haaretz reported.

Israel Prison Service Commissioner Katy Perry accompanied far-right extremist Ben-Gvir on his visit to the prison.

During the visit, Ben-Gvir was shown the new wings of the prison built last year, including further restrictions on Palestinian prisoners.

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“I came to Nafha Prison yesterday to ensure that the murderers of Jews are not given better conditions as a result of the construction of new cells, and I was pleased to see that the Israeli Prison Service has no intention of improving their detention. ” said Ben-Gvir.

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According to The time of Israelhe has also spoken out in favor of introducing the death penalty for convicted prisoners.

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“I will continue with the detention conditions of security prisoners so that they do not receive additional benefits.” The time of Israel reported Ben-Gvir saying.

The Palestinian Ministry of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners in Gaza regarded Ben-Gvir’s visit to Nafha prison as a prelude to the implementation of his criminal plans against prisoners.

Commenting on the visit, Hamas spokesman Abdul Latif Al-Qanoa denounced Ben-Gvir as a: “Fascist Israeli occupation minister who plans to repress Palestinian prisoners.”

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Al-Qanoa condemned the Israeli occupation government’s plans against Palestinian prisoners as a “dangerous development”.

The Hamas spokesman also stressed that the Palestinians will not wait for the Israeli occupation government to carry out these plans.

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