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Israel transfers Gazan prisoners from detention center where army is accused of torture

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Sde Teiman Sde Teiman, a large military base in the middle of the Negev desert in southern Israel, has been the main detention center for prisoners from Gaza for months. Those who have been released tell stories of torture, sexual violence and humiliation. Hundreds of detainees are forced to kneel for hours, shackled and blindfolded.

No outside observers have been allowed in to monitor what is happening in the detention center. Since October 7, the International Committee of the Red Cross has had no access to Israeli prisons. The army told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz that it is conducting criminal investigations into the deaths of 48 Palestinians, including 36 at Sde Teiman. On Monday, June 3, the newspaper reported that no arrests had been made.

A military source confirmed to Le Monde the deaths of 36 detainees, "including people suffering from illnesses or injuries linked to the ongoing hostilities," without specifying in which detention center they died. The military claimed to have opened some 70 investigations into acts committed in connection with its actions in Gaza. According to the Israeli army, investigations were "ongoing." It said some cases had resulted in sanctions going as far as prison sentences.

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