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Human rights sources : Detained children are denied the right to make phone calls

According to human rights sources, the Juvenile Prison Department denies child detainees their right to telephone, while their families could only visit them every week for only one hour.

According to human rights sources, the Juvenile Prison Department denies child detainees their right to telephone, while their families could only visit them every week for only one hour.

The sources pointed out that these children who do not exceed the age of 14 have been subjected to arbitrary detention, and most of the charges against them are based on political grounds. They deprived of their right to pursue their education in violation of all constitutions and international norms and rights, the sources added.



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