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09.08.2017
Palestinian prisoners’ affairs institutions – the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club, Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, Committee of Prisoners' Affairs and Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights – issued the following report on 8 July 2017, which indicates that, during the month of July 2017, Israeli authorities arrested (880) individuals from the occupied Palestinian territories, including (144) children, and (18) women. According to the monitoring and documentation conducted by the four organizations, Israeli occupation forces arrested 425 Palestinians from Jerusalem, 120 from Hebron and 85 from Nablus. In addition, 49 Palestinians were arrested from Jenin governorate, 47 from...
06.08.2017
Thirteen Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) members are currently imprisoned by Israel following the occupation's arrest of PLC member Mohammad Abu Teir on Friday, 4 August 2017. Abu Teir was last released from Israeli prisons on 30 May 2017, after he spent 17 months in prison. Abu Teir was arrested from his home in Umm al-Sharayet in Ramallah, where he has lived after he was forcibly expelled from his home in Jerusalem and had his Jerusalem ID revoked. Abu Teir has spent a total of 34 years in Israeli prisons and has been repeatedly targeted by occupation forces since he was elected as a PLC members back in 2006. Democratically elected Palestinian political leaders are routinely...
25.07.2017
The former prisoner and current hunger striking detainee Bilal Diab, who was arrested in a pre-dawn raid by Israeli occupation forces on 14 July 2017, received a six months administrative detention order, signed by the occupation military commander of the West Bank today, 25 July 2017. Diab, 32, launched an open hunger strike to demand his freedom on the same day he was seized by occupation forces. Diab has been previously arrested on multiple occasions and spent several years under administrative detention, without charge or trial. He was last released from Israeli prisons in 2015. In 2012, he embarked on a 77-day hunger strike alongside Thaer Halahleh in protest of their administrative...

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