The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS), on Sunday, said that Israeli courts have imposed fines on imprisoned Palestinian children in the realm of 88,000 Shekels ($22,000), during the month of May alone.
Lawyer for PPS, Abdul-Fattah Doula, said that 48 Palestinian children have been detained during May, and that their sentences ranged between 3 and 30 months.
At the moment, there are about 500 Palestinian children in Israeli jails, according to the Palestinian News Network (PNN).
183 of them are reportedly being held in Ofer prison, 81 in Megiddo, 50 are on house arrest, in addition to confinement in Israeli detention centers.
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