{mosimage}Palestinian detainees are facing deteriorating conditions and harsh treatment by Israeli soldiers in detention camps and prisons, which became a policy prison administration is using to humiliate them.
Lawyer of the Palestinian Prisoners Society, Raed Mahameed, said that female detainees in Israeli prisons and detention facilities are facing deteriorating conditions, repeated incidents of humiliation and abuse.
Detainee Majeda Fidda, an administrative detainee from the northern West Bank city of Nablus, said that prison administration and soldiers in Telmond detention for women have been implementing ‘laws’ which aim to humiliate and abuse them under different claims and categories. 
“Whenever we have visitation, or whenever we are moved from one place to another, or when we are transferred to the court, soldiers tend to search us in a provocative way, by touching our private body parts and claim that these are routine procedures!”, Fidda said.
Also, Fidda said that the administration allows the entry of private materials they need in their daily life only once every three or four months and according to their own mood and rules.
“They just allow what they want, and bar other materials, depending on their mood”, Fidda said.
Medical treatment is very bad, if it actually exists, prison compound lacks physicians and nurses, especially gynecologists, who rarely visit the detention in order to examine the detainees. 
“The well known medicine we receive, which is apparently the only medicine we can get in detention is painkilling pills, which they provide for all sorts of sicknesses!” Fidda added.
Among the female detainees who need medical attention and treatment, detainee Amna Mona, suffering from respiratory problems, Abeer Amro, suffering from slipped “ruptured” disk, Hala Jaber, suffering from problems in her neck muscles, and Kholoud Mansour, suffering from psychological problems.
Detainee Hala Hosney Jaber, from Jenin, said that the doors of their rooms are always closed, leaving them without sunlight and filled with humidity, in addition to isolating several detainees and imposing high fines on them.
In Many cases, visitations are not allowed without any proper explanation and bar them from receiving any materials, or clothes from their parents, including material they need on daily basis.
 Najeeb Farraj, WAFA