"The room was barely enough to accommodate five people," he said. "It was filled with body stench, dirt, urine and stool. Two people shared small beds and were tied to them, the food was lousy and we couldn't eat properly because our hands and feet were handcuffed day and night."
"We were not allowed to go to the restroom," he said. "Still, we were beaten if we urinated in our sleep."
"The detention facilities I was taken to were human slaughterhouses," Kaileh said.
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