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Red Cross spokeswoman: Israel never prevented Red Cross from visiting Palestinian prisoners
PA TV host: "[The Red Cross] visits the prisoners in the occupation's prisons. However, when they [Israel] prevent Red Cross teams from visiting prisoners – what is your position on this? Do you make it public? We haven't heard. In the past we heard clearly and explicitly that a Red Cross lawyer was prevented from visiting prisoners as part of the [Israeli] attack that they [the prisoners] face."
Red Cross Spokeswoman Nadia Debsi: "To make things clear, as far as I know, no Red Cross visits have been prevented. I’ve received no word at all that [Israel] ever prevented us [from visiting]."
PA TV host: "Are the prison gates open to you at all times?"
Red Cross Spokeswoman: "We have an agreement with the Israeli side just as we have an agreement with the Palestinian side concerning prison visits... Red Cross representatives of course visit all everyone held in Israeli prisons, and we return to visit these prisons, especially people currently in solitary confinement. We visit them every two months, and especially the places where they hold young people. For example, the Ofer Prison.We visit [those places] more frequently because young people are there,
and [because of] the special protection given to young people and minors in detention."
Official Palestinian Authority TV Oct. 26, 2011 (1 min)


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