Hamas’ humane treatment of prisoners undermines Israeli narrative

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GAZA – Throughout the days of the war on the Gaza Strip, the Israeli occupation has received blow after blow that undermines its lies and refutes its allegations against the resistance movement, Hamas. The latest was about Hamas' treatment of Israeli prisoners, which contradicted what had been promoted repeatedly since the first day of Operation Flood of Al-Aqsa.اضافة اعلان

As reported by Al-Ghad,, about a month ago, since the moment when Hamas released the first two prisoners for humanitarian reasons, social media activists have noticed the reactions of the released prisoners towards the movement. These reactions were filled with affection and kindness, with smiles on their faces when bidding farewell to Hamas fighters.

After announcing the start of the prisoner exchange process between the two parties during the ceasefire period that began last Friday, body language interpreters began explaining the "kind" actions of the prisoners as a result of the good treatment and medical and psychological care they received during their captivity by the Hamas movement.

Soon, media reports shed light on the videos that spread of the Red Cross delivering Israeli prisoners in the past two days, causing a massive shock in the occupied street and considering it a self-goal against the occupation.

Reports from the three Israeli hospitals to which the prisoners were transferred after leaving Gaza on Friday indicate that their health is good, and they do not have any medical problems. This indicates that they received good and continuous medical care. The hospitals did not report bruises or signs of beating and torture on the bodies of the prisoners, meaning that they did not suffer assaults or abuse within the Gaza Strip, contrary to what the Israeli authorities and some Israeli circles were promoting, according to Hebrew reports.

On the contrary, the Israeli occupation has been dealing with Palestinian prisoners in the harshest ways and methods for decades. It does not take into account the slightest "humanitarian cases," the most prominent of which is the prisoner Ahmad Mansara and his famous story with the brutality and cruelty of the occupation, and so on.

Videos of prisoners from both sides, old and new, began to spread on social media platforms. The purpose was to highlight the differences in the treatment of prisoners by each party.

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