The Committee for Detainees and Editors Affairs said in a report that Palestinian prisoners in Damon Israeli Prison are facing extremely difficult diseases, including the negligence intended by the Israeli prison administration.

The number of women arrested in Damoun Prison is 36. 33% of them are mothers.

There are 24 Palestinian detainees facing long sentences of up to 16 years, 3 in official custody, and 9 female detainees on initial waiting period.

Israa Jaabis, who has been sentenced to 11 years, is among the female detainees. Isra’s disease requires some medical procedures. She had burns over 60% of her body and eight of her fingers had been removed, despite the pain in her face and all over her body.
Amal Taqat, who was sentenced to 7 years in prison, was hit by six shells in the chest, abdomen, hand and left foot. One of the bullet holes in her chest continued to threaten her life. She needs an activity to eliminate the platinum in her injured leg.

Rawan Abu Ziadeh, who has been sentenced to 9 years in prison, also suffers from stomach irritation that cannot be ignored.

This prison is located within the "green line", which means that Palestinian women - like most Palestinian political prisoners - are kept outside the 1967 areas in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem, thus eliminating Article 76 of the Fourth Geneva Convention, which expresses that the prevailing power or occupation He shall place the captives of the inhabitants of a given district within that same area .