The 27 Palestinian security prisoners in Eshel prison who celebrated and filmed Samar Abu Kwick's engagement were moved to solitary confinement in different prisons around Israel, following an Israel Prison Service decision on Wednesday.
The prisoners are likely to be penalized further once the IPS probe into the matter is concluded.
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The IPS revoked the rest of the wing's prisoners' privileges, such as using TVs and radios, visitation rights and use of the prison's canteen.
A video posted on social networks shows Abu Kwick's engagement celebration. Abu Kwick is serving three life-sentences for two terror attacks perpetrated 10 years ago near Ramallah, which claimed the lives of two Israeli soldiers.
The video, which seems to have been shot by the prisoners themselves with the help of a mobile phone smuggled into the prison, shows the party held in Abu Kwick's cell and includes music, food and beverages.
Security prisoners are no longer allowed to take courses in the Open University or to take the Palestinian Authority's high-school matriculation exam, rights that were revoked when Gilad Shalit was in captivity.
Unlike criminal prisoners, security prisoners are denied conjugal visits and the right to marry while serving time. More so, they are denied even the right to meet their bride or fiancé.
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