Palestinians Beaten and Sexually Assaulted in Israeli Detention Centers?!

( – An internal UN report shows widespread abuse of Palestinian detainees in Israeli detention centers.

The report was brought to light by the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine, and it’s based mainly on interviews with Palestine detainees. The report says that abuse such as dog attacks, beatings, and sexual assault have happened while they are detained. There have been just over 1,000 detainees released since December from Israeli detention centers.

Israel spoke out denying the assault allegations and blaming it on “Hamas-inspired propaganda.” The inquiries are now being investigated by two groups and so far, there hasn’t been proof to sustain these allegations.

The UNRWA document said, “Detainees reported being taken on trucks to large makeshift ‘military barracks’ housing 100-120 people each, where they were held, often for weeks at a time, in between periods of interrogation at a nearby location.”

“While in an off-site location, several individuals reported being forced into cages and attacked by dogs, with some individuals including a child exhibiting dog bite wounds on release,” it continued.

The accusations are serious, and the different assault types range in severity for those who are being detained by Israel. Although no hard proof has surfaced to verify the accusations, they are in line with the reports given to news outlets and human rights organizations.

The Israel Defence Force has denied all allegations and has stated that they didn’t use sleep deprivation tactics or play music on loud volume. They issued a blanket denial regarding the situation as well. They also said that they were aware of the deaths that happened in captivity and they were investigating each case separately.

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