Israeli administrative detention
Palestinian detainees on hunger strike (1) Deteriorating health of two Palestinian administrative detainees on hunger strikes raises concerns

Kayed al-Fasfous and Sultan Khlouf entered the 48th consecutive day of their open-ended hunger strike on Monday. They are experiencing issues like headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, vomiting, and difficulty in standing

Palestinian prisoners hunger strike Palestinian prisoners to launch hunger strike against increasing Israeli restrictions

Far-right Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir recently restricted family visits for prisoners to once every two months from the currently allowed monthly visits. Prisoners will start their collective strike on September 14 and continue it until their demand for the full restoration of their rights is met

Six Palestinians on open-ended hunger strikes demand end of their illegal administrative detention

Palestinian prisoners have intensified a series of protest actions against mistreatment by Israeli authorities

Palestinian administrative detainees in Israel 1,200 Palestinians are in administrative detention, the highest in 34 years

Detainees have often been kept in prison for extended periods, in some cases several years, without any legal or other recourses

Palestinian prisoners protest Palestinian prisoners protest medical negligence by Israeli authorities

They highlighted the condition of activist and writer Walid Daqqa, who was recently diagnosed with cancer while in prison on a 38-year sentence. The epicenter of the protests was the Ramleh prison, where Daqqa is being held

Palestinian prisoners civil disobedience Thousands of Palestinian prisoners launch civil disobedience campaign

Palestinian prisoners have decided to gradually escalate their disobedience after National Security Minister Ben-Gvir announced increased restrictions on basic amenities in prisons and called Palestinian prisoners “terrorists”

Palestinian prisoner Ahmad Manasra. Israeli court extends solitary confinement of Ahmad Manasra who is suffering from mental illness

A day earlier, on Monday, an Israeli military court rejected the appeal for release of Palestinian prisoner Khalid Awawdeh, who has been on hunger strike for more than 167 days now

Palestinian women prisoners in Israel Palestinian women prisoners in Israel demand rights on Mother’s Day

31 Palestinian women are currently being detained in various prisons and detention centers in Israel, including 10 who are mothers

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Palestinian prisoners protest Palestinian detainees across Israel protest harsh measures in prison, administrative detention

Hundreds of administrative detainees have been boycotting Israeli court hearings, interrogation sessions and health check-ups to protest their detention. They have also been disobeying security checks and other prison rules to highlight the oppressive conditions

Palestinian Political prisoners in Israel Palestinian women’s rights activist Khitam Saafin sentenced to 16 months in prison

Khitam Saafin, who was arrested in November 2020 and kept in administrative detention for the last 15 months, was sentenced on charges of being the director of a banned organization as well as other related accusations

Palestinian administrative detainee on hunger strike Israeli court rejects appeal to release administrative detainee on hunger strike

Palestinian detainee Hisham Abu Hawwash has been on hunger strike for 125 days now to protest his illegal administrative detention by Israel. His release has been rejected despite serious life-threatening health issues