Two dozen Palestinians from Gaza remain in Israeli detention; captors have threatened to rape the men’s wives.
Israel tortures prisoners captured in Gaza invasion
Two dozen Palestinians captured during Israel’s invasion of Gaza this summer remain in detention more than three weeks after the 51-day offensive ended.
While the men have had limited contact with their families, the legal team representing most of them says several have been tortured.
"They testified in front of our lawyer that they were subjected to torture by the Israeli interrogators," Issam Younis, director of Gaza’s Al Mezan Center for Human Rights, told The Electronic Intifada on Monday.