Israeli forces detained 22 Palestinians, including three lawyers, during predawn raids in the occupied West Bank on Monday. An Israeli army spokesperson told Ma’an that 22 Palestinians were detained, without providing the specific locations from where they were arrested. The army said in a statement that they found a weapon,[…]
The Israeli central court of Tel Aviv issued four life sentences with an additional 60 years of prison, and a 2,572,000 shekel ($734,563) fine against three Palestinians accused of carrying out a deadly shooting attack in Tel Aviv in June 2016 that left four Israelis dead and several others injured.[…]
Israeli forces detained at least 14 Palestinians, including at least three minors, in predawn military raids across the occupied West Bank on Tuesday. The Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) reported in a statement that Israeli forces detained six Palestinian from the Jerusalem district, identified as Muhammad Tutanji, Ahmad Mteir, Faisal Shabanah,[…]
Palestinian prisoners’ rights group Addameer released a statement on Monday, International Day to Support Victims of Torture, highlighting Israel’s use of “torture and ill-treatment” on Palestinian detainees, which has led to the death of 73 Palestinians since 1967. According to Addameer, Israeli authorities’ practice of torture, which it said has[…]
A meeting was held on Monday between the Israel Prison Service (IPS) administration and Palestinian prisoners representing a mass hunger strike movement which ended more than a week earlier after hundreds went without food for 40 days, the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) reported. The meeting, the details of which remained[…]
Israeli forces detained 420 Palestinians during the month of February, including 70 minors and 22 women and girls, according to a statement released on Saturday by the Palestinian Prisoners’ Center for Studies. The center said in its monthly report that 12 of the detentions were carried out in the besieged[…]
A lawyer from the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said in a statement Thursday that an appeal has been filed with the Israeli Supreme Court after the court confirmed the administrative detention — internment without charge or trial — of Palestinian hunger striker Ammar Ibrahim Hamour, who has gone without food[…]
A mass hunger strike across Israeli prisons continued on Saturday in protest of Israel’s detention of Palestinians without charge or trial, with at least 48 Palestinian prisoners now participating in the open hunger strike in support of hunger-striking prisoners Bilal Kayid and brothers Muhammad and Mahmud al-Balboul, according to a[…]
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