Tag Archives: military court

Palestinian prisoner faints in court

[ PIC 02/07/2013 – 01:21 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Palestinian prisoner Sami Najjar fainted in Ofer court after suffering acute chest pain, his lawyer Ahmed Safiya said on Tuesday. He said that Najjar, who has been in custody since start of the year, fainted after the court judge decided to renew his administrative detention, without […]

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Israel postpones hearing for Hebron journalist Mosaab Shawer

Maan News Agency | March 27, 2013 HEBRON (Ma’an) – Israel’s military court Ofer extended the detention of a 22-year-old journalist from Hebron on Wednesday. In a statement, the the detainees’ center representing the southern West Bank city said that the court postponed the session considering Mosaab Shawer’s arrest until May 5. The center said […]

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16-year old Ahmad al-Salibi tells zionist judge: “You are a Mafia gang and I do not recognise your state”

Palestinian child provokes Zionist judge into leaving court [ PIC 23/03/2012 – 02:49 PM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Palestinian child Ahmad al-Salibi provoked the judge of Ofer military court which was convened to look into his case and those of seven other children, all under 16 and all hail from Beit Ummar to the north of […]

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Palestinian activist to judge: I do not recognize your rules

20 February 2012 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee | ISM Bassem Tamimi from Nabi Saleh testified yesterday as part of the defense’s case in the ongoing trial against him. Tamimi, suspected of protest related charges, was arrested on March last year, and remains in detention since. Bassem Tamimi photo: ActiveStills After 11 months in an […]

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Trial Of Dr. Dweik Delayed Until Tuesday

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category Monday January 23, 2012 07:30 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies  The Israeli “Ofer” Military Court, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, decided Sunday to delay the deliberations on the case of the detained head of the Palestinian […]

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Illegal Trial of Palestinian Civilian Persons before Palestinian Military Courts | Publications Al Haq | PDF

Al-Haq has repeatedly voiced its rejection and denouncement of prosecuting civilians before military courts. Al-Haq further deems that extending military jurisdiction to try and hold civilian persons to account is a clear and grave usurpation of civil jurisdiction and authority by the military judicial authorities. To this avail, Al-Haq presents this study in order to […]

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#FreeKhaled Zawahre: Still in Prison for Flashing a Peace Sign on #June5 – in pictures

SPECIAL TOPIC █▌UPDATE | Dec 18, 2011 After 6 long months in captivity Khaled finally has been released, but  is suffering from skin disease because Israel didn’t let him wash after standing in front of the skunk truck. May Allaah SWT grant you shifa Khaled and reward you for what you had to go through. […]

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West Bank protest organizer, Bassem Tamimi, to Judge: “Your military laws are non-legit. Our peaceful protest is just”

06 June 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Bassem Tamimi Tamimi, who has been held in custody for over two months, pleaded not guilty to the charges against him and held a defiant speech explaining his motivation for organizing civil resistance to the Occupation. See his full statement below.After more than two months in custody, […]

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When a Palestinian child becomes an enemy

Monday, April 25 2011| Joseph Dana | +972Magazine Muhammad Bilal Abdul Salam At-Tamimi in Nabi Saleh on Friday Photo: Keren Manor/activestills.org Last summer I found myself wading around a pool in the middle of the scorching desert on a Kibbutz in the Negev. I had come to this kibbutz to see an old friend from […]

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Another country | What Happens at Ofer Military Court?

Thousands of Palestinians go on trial every year in the Ofer military court for offenses like illegally entering Israel or demonstrating against the separation fence. No one really wants to know what goes on there. So is there any point at all to telling this story? By Alon Idan | Haaretz The entrance: You stand […]

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