Israeli regime arrests 6,000 Palestinian kids
Tehran, The Palestinian Society Prisoner's Club in its report announced that the Israeli regime has busted about 6,000 Palestinian kids since 2015, adding that 98% of them were physically and psychologically tortured.
According to Palestinian media 'Vafa', the Palestinian Society Prisoner's Club added Zionists make destructive impacts on Palestinian kids' fate by establishing fake courts and implementing racist regulations against them.
Referring to the fact that many of the children were from Quds and have been arrested for several times in one month, the Palestinian body said Israeli military forces have escalated arresting children after incidents in Bab alRahma.
On the other hand, many kids have spent their childhood in prison or are waiting for their release which lasts for over 12 years.
The Palestinian Society Prisoner's Club reiterated that Zionist forces attack Palestinian houses at night and transfer kids to interrogation centers, deprived them of food and drink and punish them as well.
Based on the report, Israeli forces force the kids to sign papers in Hebrew Language.
The Palestinian Society Prisoner's Club urged international bodies including UNICEF to take practical measures against violation of children's rights.
Earlier, the Palestinian Prisoners of War office announced that the conflict between Palestinian prisoners and the Israeli forces has resulted in injuring 15 Palestinians.
The conflicts in Israeli prisons are the result of increasing suppressing on prisoners by Zionists.
The Palestinian body added that the Israeli prison has asked for more military forces to suppress prisoners.
According to UNHRC website, on 18 May 2018, the Human Rights Council adopted a resolution (S28/1) in which it decided to urgently dispatch an independent, international commission of inquiry to investigate all alleged violations and abuses of international humanitarian law and international human rights law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT).
The great 'March of Return' rallies culminated on May 15 to mark what Palestinians refer to as the Nakba, or Catastrophe, a reference to the forced removal of 750,000 Palestinians from their homes and villages to clear the way for Israel's establishment in 1948.
The mass Friday demonstrations have continued since then.
Since the protests began on March 30, Israeli forces have martyred at least 260 Palestinians in the besieged coastal enclave and wounded about 27,000 people, according to health officials in Gaza.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA