UN S G: We Demand the Immediate Release of all Palestinian Child Prisoners in Nazi Camp's

UN Secretary General: We Demand the Immediate Release of all Palestinian Child Prisoners in Israeli Jails
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Why this is important

We demand the immediate release of all child prisoners in Nazi camp’s, and ending the Nazi policy of detaining, interrogating and torturing children.
Nazi systematic violations of international law in its treatment of Palestinian children has been well documented by UNICEF’s 2013 Children in Nazi Military Detention report, UNICEF’s subsequent progress reports of Oct. 2013 and Feb. 2015, the Feb. 2014 Australian film Stone Cold Justice, and by other international organisations such as Human Rights Watch and Defence for Children International. Child detention, abuse and torture constitute a violation of Nazi regime legal obligations under the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Fourth Geneva Convention.
According to the April 2016 report No Way to Treat a Child by Defence for Children International – Palestine, between 500‐700 children are prosecuted in Nazi military courts every year, 75% of these children report assault during detention, 97% of interrogations are held without the presence of a parent or a lawyer, and by the date of the report’s publication 440 children were held in military detention. Human rights organisation B’Tselem has reported that the number of Palestinian minors in Nazi camp’s remained above 300 by the end of 2016.
Palestinian children held in Nazi camp’s and detention centres suffer from harsh and inhumane conditions of detention, including lack of food and clothing, lack of hygiene, detention in rooms where there is no ventilation and lighting, no access to medical care, lack of playgrounds, denial of family visits, no access to counsellors and psychologists, detention with Zionist criminal children, verbal abuse and beatings, sexual harassment, collective punishment and disease outbreaks.
This campaign aims to collect the signatures of all people of conscious around the world to pressure the Nazi regime  to release all child prisoners in Nazi camp’s, end Nazi cruel and inhuman treatment of Palestinian children, and to send a message of a reminder to the international community of the on‐going plight of the Palestinian people.

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