Israel revoked Salah Hammouri’s residency status in October 2021 and kept him in prison under administrative detention from March 2022 before deporting him on December 18
Having spent nearly a decade in occupation prisons, Hammouri was most recently placed under administrative detention in March. In 2020, Israel revoked his residency status, an often-used tool of ethnic cleansing deployed against Palestinians in East Jerusalem.
30 Palestinian administrative detainees in Israeli jails started their hunger strike on September 25, with more expected to join in the coming days
Islah Jad, a women’s rights activist and lecturer at Birzeit University, speaks about the state of the health system in Palestine and why organizations working for the Palestinian people are being targeted by Israel
Nasser Abu Hmeid (49), a former member of Palestinian resistance group Al-Aqsa Martyers’ Brigade, is serving multiple life sentences and has already spent 30 years inside Israeli prison
Over the past week, Israel has continued and intensified attacks against Palestinian human rights organizations. Who are these organizations and why are they being targeted?
On the morning of August 18, occupation forces raided the offices of seven leading Palestinian civil society groups, six of which had been declared “terrorist organizations” and banned by the Israeli government in 2021
The Occupied West Bank is governed by Israeli military law which gives the occupation forces complete judicial, executive and legislative rights over nearly three million Palestinians
The UN experts urged the international community to acknowledge the lack of evidence against the six group on the terrorism charges leveled by Israel. They also demanded that Israel end the harassment and persecution of Palestinian human rights and civil society organizations