Without informing her family: Naama Issachar was transferred to a remote prison from Moscow
The Israeli young woman imprisoned in Russia for more than six months has been sent to Beit Prison, but authorities have not updated her family and embassy. Her lawyer went to visit her and found out that they had been taken from hot clothes and books. Her mother told Walla! NEWS: "It's worse than before and there's no one to talk to"
Without informing her family: Naama Issachar was transferred to a remote prison from MoscowEdit: Saul Adam and Lear Spiegeler
Naama Issachar was transferred last week to a remote prison in Moscow without knowing her mother or lawyers. The Israeli Consulate in Russia located the Israeli young woman in prison 11, after which her lawyer went to visit her and found out that Yishker did not have warm clothes or books handed over to her by her family. Authorities have told the lawyer that the young woman will be transferred to another prison next week, but at this time the prison is not being updated.
Yaffe Issachar, Naama's mother told Walla! NEWS because "We realized she was in a temporary prison with no visits, because it was a prison break." The mother explained that her daughter did not know they would be transferred and where she would go later. "She has no warm clothes, she didn't know they would be moved," she said. "The lawyer said Naama was quite worried. I asked her how the place was and she said the place was not anything. She was gentle with me, it's worse than before."
The mother protested, claiming "I have no contact with anyone." "It's an unpleasant and very difficult situation," she said. "I don't know what to do because there is no one to talk to in the next few days."
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No warm clothing. Issachar in court hearing this month (Photo: AP)
Naama Issachar at a Moscow court hearing, Russia, December 19, 2019 (Photo: AP)
At the same time, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Naama's sister, Target, and their uncle. Attorney General Meir Ben Shabbat also attended the meeting. Netanyahu updated his family about the talks he had with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the matter, reinforced them and said he would continue to work for her release.
Last Thursday, Netanyahu spoke with Putin, again raising his request to release Issachar. The Israeli young woman's appeal was dismissed in court last week, after being sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for several grams of cannabis found in her case while staying at the Moscow airport.
"It's worse than before." Issachar in prison, October
Naama Issachar in Russian Prison October 23, 2019 (Photo: Official Website)
The young woman's family announced her intention to appeal the court's decision not to release and to appeal simultaneously to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Yissachar's mother, Yaffe, wrote in a post posted on social networks that her home sought to appeal further to her sentence. "She concluded that she wanted to appeal to a higher court. She would not believe that this was her sentence and rightly so. We will not stop fighting for her release, nor will she," she wrote.
After the hearing, the Issachar family said they were "sorry and angry." According to them, "Everyone saw the farce that took place when Naama was isolated in a glass booth. Naama should not carry on her shoulders all the interests and disputes between Israel and Russia. We ask the Prime Minister to fulfill your pledge. Do not allow Putin to land a state ceremony in Israel without her home ".
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