The best part of the story is when the director is asked about torture in the prison:
"We do not practice any torture here," he says. "That takes place at the interrogation centre, before people are convicted."The article goes on to describe those interrogation centers:
One inmate with experience of Hamas's interrogation techniques is Atta Najar, a 40-year-old father of four.Gaza: if you survive the arrest and trial, your prison stay will be wonderful!
''When they questioned me I had my toenails pulled out with pliers and [they] … hung me up overnight by my hands,'' Najar tells the Herald, with prison director's approval.
Charged with the almost unpardonable crime of spying for Israel, Najar spent six months in an interrogation centre before he was transferred to Suleiman's prison when it opened nearly four months ago.
That is, until you visit the gallows in the basement.