Israeli occupation authorities suspended on Tuesday, October 18, family visits for Palestinian detainees in Israeli prisons until November 2.
The Palestinian Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs said that the Israeli occupation informed the Red Cross that there will be no family visits for Palestinian prisoners until November 2.
Israeli occupation forces detained the Palestinian young woman Aseel Al-Titi for allegedly intending to carry out a stabbing attack against an Israeli soldier while visiting her brother Saba in Israeli prisons.
Palestinian families who visit their loved ones in Israeli prisons are subject to a humiliating inspection by the Israeli occupation forces before accessing the visiting room.
Inside the visiting room, families can only contact their sons through a glass window and a telephone as physical contact is denied. Children are sometimes allowed to enter the detainees’ side.
In a related incident, dozens of Palestinians participated earlier Tuesday in a sit-in in Al-Beira to express support for Palestinian detainees in Israeli prions.