Administrative Detainees
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Child prisoners
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Female prisoners
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Total Number of Political Prisoners
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Brief on detention campaigns carried out in the West Bank since October 7 until May 8, 2024.

This brief includes only those who got arrested from the West Bank, while detainees from Gaza are still being subjected to enforced disappearance

The total number of arrests stands at (8640) in the West Bank and Jerusalem.

Women: the total number of female arrests stands at (290), including women arrested from the lands occupied in 1948, in addition to Gazan women who have been arrested in the West Bank. 

Children: the number of children arrests stands at (610). 

ICC Prosecutor Completely Neglects to Mention the Crimes Committed Against Palestinian Prisoners in Arrest Warrants for Israeli Officials

On May 20, 2024, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced that he had requested arrest warrants for two high-profile Israeli officials, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Security Minister Yoav Gallant.

ICC Prosecutor Completely Neglects to Mention the Crimes Committed Against Palestinian Prisoners in Arrest Warrants for Israeli Officials

On May 20, 2024, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced that he had requested arrest warrants for two high-profile Israeli officials, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Security Minister Yoav Gallant.

THE BRUTAL AND DEGRADING TREATMENT OF DETAINEES IN GAZA: IT WAS NOT CONFINED TO A SPECIFIC PRISON.

Addameer has been monitoring since the beginning of the genocidal war on the Gaza Strip the wide-ranging arrest campaigns conducted by the occupying forces during the ongoing ground incursion. These arrest campaigns have been accompanied by several legal amendments that have allowed for the practice of enforced disappearance, as well as the brutal and dignity-stripping treatment that has led to the death of dozens of detainees in recent months.

PRISON VIOLENCE

Palestinian prisoners endure severe levels of torture, degradation, and inhumane treatment inside Israeli prisons. These violations are evident in the mistreatment of sick, wounded, and hunger-striking prisoners, as well as the torture inflicted on healthy prisoners. The policy of torture and inhumane treatment has long been employed by the occupying state against prisoners. The prisoner movement has documented cases where prisoners developed diseases, disabilities, or died as a result of military interrogations.