Birzeit University dispatches advanced entrance for Israeli viciousness against detainees

Birzeit University sent off a computerized scan entryway yesterday for the Israeli armed force and pioneer viciousness against Palestinian detainees, Quds Press has detailed. The entryway is classified “Design of Violence: Narratives of Palestinian Prisoners” and was sent off in participation with the Abdel Mohsin Al-Qattan Foundation.

As per Quds Press, the entryway expects to uncover the violations of the Israeli occupation, while adding to exploring systems in involved Palestine. The task appeared through the endeavors of teachers and understudies in the Architecture Department at Birzeit University.

As per Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, the Israeli occupation specialists have kept in excess of 800,000 Palestinians compelled in the involved Palestinian regions beginning around 1967.

This figure is roughly 20% of the absolute Palestinian populace in the involved regions and as much as 40% of the all-out male Palestinian populace. It additionally incorporates roughly 10,000 ladies imprisoned beginning around 1967, as well as 8,000 Palestinian youngsters, captured starting around 2000.




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