Palestine Center for Prisoners Studies revealed on Sunday, July 3, that the Israeli occupation forces IOF arrested 360 Palestinians, including 39 children and 12 women during the last June.
The center confirmed in a monthly report on Sunday that the Israeli forces continued their detention campaigns targeting the Palestinians, in Jerusalem in particular, over the past month. The report explained that 150 Palestinians from Jerusalem have been arrested during June.
In addition, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 15 civilians in the Gaza Strip, including 8 fishermen. A number of them were released hours after their arrest, and others were transferred for interrogation in Askalan prison.
Riad Al-Ashqar, the director of Palestine Center for Prisoners Studies, said that 39 minors were arrested, and the Israeli occupation detention of the 2-year- child Hamoudi Ammash sets a serious precedent. According to the report, the occupation arrested 12 women, most of them from Jerusalem.
Al-Ashqar indicated that during the month of May, the occupation courts issued 153 administrative detention orders, ranging from two to six months.
4700 Palestinians are currently held inside the Israeli prisons, including 28 women and 170 children. Meanwhile, around 640 Palestinians are held under administrative detention in the Israeli prisons without charge or trial.