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Israel imposes water rationing, reduced visits on Palestinian inmates

By Rami Almeghari

In January of this year, the Israeli public security minister, Gil'ad Erdan, announced a package of measures affecting the more than 6,000 Palestinian prisoners currently held in Israeli jails.

The new rules include water rationing and a reduction in the number of family visits.

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*RFI asked for a reaction to this report from the Israeli prison service, but received no response.

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