My latest feature story at The Electronic Intifada explores the human impact on Palestinian families in the Gaza Strip whose loved ones are locked up in Israeli prisons.
Jehad Saftawi, a 23-year-old Gaza-based journalist, has not seen his father in more than nine years as a result of Israel’s strict visitation policies. With more than 6,500 Palestinians in Israeli lockup, his family’s case is not unique.
This article in the second in a ten-part series on Palestinian life in Israeli prisons, which includes cartoons by the Palestinian artist Mohammed Sabaaneh.
Click here to read the whole story.