Palestinian prisoners
Palestinian prisoner For Sami Abu Diak’s family, death does not mark an end to Israeli oppression

The family of Sami Abu Diak who died of cancer in an Israeli jail last month is running from pillar to post to receive his body for burial. The family home was also raided by Israeli security forces on December 2

Cancer-struck Palestinian prisoner dies in Israeli hospital

Palestinian authorities and prisoners groups have alleged deliberate medical negligence by Israel as the cause of death of Sami Abu Diak, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2015

Black Bag_The story of Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli jails Black Bag: The story of Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli jails

The film is produced by a Palestinian NGO, The Center for Defense of Liberties and Civil Rights “Hurryyat” and the Commission for Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs.

Administrative detainee Heba Al-Labadi hospitalized after 30 days on a hunger strike

Activists have organized protests to denounce her illegal administrative detention and to demand her release

Palestinians denounce torture of prisoner Samer Arbid and demand his release

Samer Arbid was transferred to a hospital and remains in a critical condition after being tortured during interrogation by the Israeli intelligence service

The right to education under occupation

Under the illegal Israeli occupation, Palestinians are systematically denied their human right to education and university students and professors are targeted and criminalized

Israel abducts more than 15 Palestinians in the span of one week

Children and university students are among some of the 15 Palestinians that were abducted by Israeli soldiers

PD_RELEASE PALESTINIAN POLITICAL PRISONERS copy “Free political prisoners and end Israeli occupation”: Thousands march on Palestinian Prisoners’ Day

Around 5450 Palestinian political prisoners, including hundreds of women and children, are currently being held in Israeli prisons.

Palestinian prisoners’ hunger strike ends in victory

The 400 Palestinian prisoners who were on a hunger strike from April 5 ended their protests after Israeli prison authorities agreed to their demands, including the installation of pay phones in jails, and the removal of mobile phone jammers

Israel plans harsher measures against Palestinian prisoners

The proposed measures include cooking bans, restrictions on family and lawyer visits, reduction of water supply to prisoners and confining prisoners from opposing Palestinian factions in the same facility

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