The signing of the Oslo Accord between the PLO and Israel did not stop the Israeli occupation’s policy of arbitrary arrests against the Palestinians.
Statistics indicate that despite the signing of the “Oslo” Accord, which was signed on the thirteenth of September 1993, more than (125) thousand cases of detention of Palestinians were recorded, affecting all groups and sectors of Palestinian society. During this period of time, the occupation authorities built many prisons and detention centers. To accommodate these large numbers of detainees.
Statistics also indicate that since the signing of “Oslo”, (111) prisoners have been martyred, as a result of torture, deliberate killing and medical negligence, the last of whom was the prisoner / Dawood Al-Khatib, who was martyred on 2-9-2020