Days of Palestine, West Bank –Israeli occupation has been keeping 14-year old Palestinian girl in custody for 22 consecutive days, Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS) said.
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Malak al-Khatib, from the Palestinian village of Beitain in Ramallah was kidnapped by the Israeli occupation forces on December 31.
According to the PPS, the Israeli occupation kidnapped the eighth-grade girl near her school under the pretext of throwing stones at their military vehicles and possessing a sharp object.
On January 11, the Israeli military court in Ofer held a hearing for the girl and decided to keep her in custody.
Malak al-Khatib is being detained now in Hasharon jail.
In a separate incident, the Israeli occupation on Sunday afternoon kidnapped a Palestinian minor at a checkpoint in the northern Jordan Valley.
Local Palestinian sources said that Israeli soldiers kidnapped the 17-year-old Mohamed Shobaki at Tayaseer military checkpoint and took him to an unknown place.
Around 7,000 Palestinians are currently being held in Israeli prisons.
According to a 2013 report by the UN’s Children’s Fund, the Israeli occupation is the only country in the world where children are systematically tried in military courts and subjected to “cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment.”
Over the past decade, Israeli occupation has arrested, interrogated, and prosecuted around 7,000 children between 12 and 17, mostly boys, at a rate of “an average of two children each day,” UNICEF said.