Al-Ramsa - (Ramallah)
After 15 months she spent in the occupation prisons, the Israeli occupation authorities released, today, Monday, Mays Abu Ghosh, from Qalandia camp.
After her release, the captive arrived at the Jalameh checkpoint, north of Jenin, in the occupied West Bank.
Abu Ghosh said in press statements, shortly after her release, that the occupation prisons interest does not take into account the health of female prisoners in light of the cold weather in winter, indicating that some female prisoners have started university education.
Earlier, Abu Ghosh had drawn a statement to her lawyer that on one occasion she tried to escape from the interrogators' hands and sit in one of the corners of the cell, but the interrogator caught her and started hitting her head against the wall, kicking her hard, screaming at her and insulting her in obscene language, and the interrogators deliberately brought her brother and her family to blackmail her. And pressure on her, to force her to admit to the charges against her.
Abu Ghosh indicated at the time that the conditions of the cells, in which she was held throughout the interrogation with her, were extremely harsh and lacking the minimum elements of human life, as the walls are rough concrete and it is difficult to lean on, and the mattress is thin without a cover and a pillow, and the light is on for 24 hours and disturbing to look. The meals provided were very poor, in addition to her suffering from wasting water entering her cell, which was overflowing with the mattress.
She added that on one occasion, the interrogators deliberately brought a large rat into the cell to harm her, apart from their procrastination in responding to her simplest demands, such as denying her access to the bathroom, provoking her and mocking her.
The occupation forces arrested the captive, on August 29, 2019, after storming and searching her relatives' house, then handcuffing her, blindfolding her, and transporting her to the occupation camp in the vicinity of Qalandia checkpoint.
It is reported that 40 female prisoners are still in the occupation prisons, of whom 17 are mothers, and 28 have been sentenced to various sentences. She has been detained since 2015.
It is noteworthy that the captive Abu Ghosh, a student at the Faculty of Information, is the sister of the martyr Hussein Abu Ghosh, and the sister of the boy, Suleiman Abu Ghosh (17 years), who was detained for the second time.