The prisoners Omar Kharwat (49 years) and Wael al-Jaghoub (45 years) are facing a systematic policy of solitary confinement, as the occupation prison administration continues to isolate the prisoner Kharwat for more than a year, and the prisoner Al-Jaghoub for nine months.

The prisoner club explained that they face harsh and difficult conditions in cramped cells that do not meet the minimum conditions for human life. The prisoner lies in the cells of Hasharon Prison, and the Jaghoub prisoner is in the cells of Megiddo Prison.

The prisoner club pointed out that the prisoner Kharwat is facing open isolation without specifying his ceiling, or clarifying his isolation period, and during this period he was isolated in several prisons, while the Occupation Court recently issued an order to extend the isolation of the Jaghoub prisoner until June 7.
Especially since the beginning of the spread of the epidemic, solitary isolation has turned into double isolation, especially since the first period of the spread of the epidemic, the prison administration stopped visits by lawyers, which are the only means for the isolated prisoner to communicate separately with the outside world, as the prison administration, once the prisoner is isolated, becomes automatic. He is deprived of visiting the family.

And the Al-Asir club stated that the prisoner Al-Jaghoub was subjected to solitary confinement more than once, and two years ago his family was prevented from visiting him, and the family of the prisoner Kharwat has been deprived for four years from visiting him.

The Prisoners' Club affirmed that the occupation prisons administration targets the prisoners through the systematic policy of isolation, which constitutes the most prominent policies that the occupation authorities have pursued against prisoners over the past decades, in their various levels and forms, and since last year, the prison administration has again stepped up its use against prisoners, as it affected a group of them. Among them were three female prisoners.

It is worth noting that the prisoners, over the past years, have taken many struggle steps to confront the policy of solitary confinement, the most prominent of which was the 2012 strike, during which the prisoners were able to end the isolation of a group of prisoners at a time, some of them who spent more than ten years in continuous isolation.

It is noteworthy that the prisoner Kharwat, who has been detained since 2002, is sentenced to life imprisonment, and the prisoner Jaghoub, who has been detained since 2001, is sentenced to life imprisonment.

On the authority of the prisoner Omar Kharwat: The prisoner Kharwat was born on the third of November 1971, and he is from Hebron. Of his companions, and after his arrest he was subjected to a harsh and long investigation, and the occupation later sentenced him to life imprisonment, and over the past years the majority of his family members were denied a visit, as his brother Husam had not visited him since his arrest in 2002, and during these years he lost his father.

On the authority of the prisoner Wael Al-Jaghoub: Prisoner Al-Jaghoub was born on May 23, 1976, and he is from Nablus. He was arrested several times. The occupation arrested him in 1992, and his detention continued for six years. Then the occupation re-arrested him during the Al-Aqsa Intifada in 2001, and after his arrest he was subjected to a harsh and long investigation. The occupation sentenced him to life imprisonment, and during the years of his captivity, Al-Jaghoub was able to produce several books and a group of specialized articles.