during their detention at the hands of Israeli occupation forces, the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) revealed.
Following her visit to Etizon detention center, the PPS lawyer Jaklin Fararja quoted the prisoner Ayatollah Shehadeh, 19, as saying that a group of Israeli soldiers stormed his house after blowing up its front door.
The house was violently searched, while an amount of money estimated at 60,000 shekels and gold jewelry were missing after the raid, in addition to mobile phones, he continued. Israeli forces then brutally arrested Shehadeh and his mother and left them without food and drink for more than 24 hours, the lawyer said.
The prisoner Ammar Rughby, 18, affirmed to the PPS lawyer that he was subjected to severe beating at the hands of Israeli soldiers who violently stormed his family house in al-Khalil before his arrest.
The Israeli soldiers continued to hit him all over his body while on their way to the detention center, the lawyer quoted Rughby as affirming, saying that the bruises were still visible on his body.

Along the same line, the prisoner Mohamed Qawasma, 21, the brothers Ali and Mus’ab Amr and the prisoner Abdul Rahman Sabah, 26, affirmed that they were subjected to severe beating all over their bodies with rifle butts during their arrest