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#PalHunger | IPS stages summary trials for dozens of hunger strikers

[ PIC 26/04/2012 – 05:20 PM ] NAZARETH, (PIC)– The Israeli prison service (IPS) has organized summary trials for dozens of Palestinian prisoners as a penal measure for going on hunger strike, prisoners told the PIC on Thursday. They said that many prisoners were punished by visit deprivation, fines, and canteen denial in those trials, […]

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A reception to honor Sheikh Salah in London before his return to Palestine

[ PIC 15/04/2012 – 09:55 PM ] LONDON,(PIC)– The Palestinian Forum in Britain confirmed that Sheikh Raed Salah will return on Monday 16 April to Palestine after he had won finally his appeal against the Home Secretary’s decision to deport him from the United Kingdom. “Sheikh Salah will return to his family and his home […]

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Detained journalist Abu Arafa boycotts the Zionist military court

[ 09/04/2012 – 12:28 AM ] AL-KHALIL,(PIC)– Detained journalist Amir Abdul Halim Abu Arafeh, 28, who is held in administrative detention at the Negev Desert prison, refused to appear before the Zionist military court last Thursday in accordance with the administrative detainees’ decision to boycott these courts which try to give legitimacy to administrative detention. […]

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Statistics: Israel arrested around 900 Palestinians since start of 2012

Farwana pointed out that the prisoners include 185 children, 27 elected MPs topped by speaker Dr. Aziz Dweik, three former ministers, nine ladies, and 320 held under administrative detention orders, without trial or charge. [ PIC 24/03/2012 – 05:26 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) escalated their arrest campaigns in lines of […]

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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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IOA renews administrative detention of former minister Issa Al-Ja’bari for third time

[ PIC 03/03/2012 – 02:05 PM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) has renewed the administrative detention of former minister of local government Issa Al-Ja’bari for fourth months for the third time running. Ja’bari was arrested on 3/5/2011 from his home in Al-Khalil and was previously held by the IOA for 30 months […]

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Administrative Detainees to Boycott Israeli Courts

WAFA FEB 22 2012 RAMALLAH, February 22, 2012 (WAFA) – More than 300 Palestinian administrative detainees in Israeli jails decided Wednesday to boycott Israeli military courts, according to a press release by the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club. It said the struggle of Khader Adnan, who went on hunger strike to protest his detention and won a […]

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Palestinian Journalists Facing Wave of Detentions, Attacks

Journalists Being Held without Charges by Israeli Military International Press Institute Febr 20 2012 By: Scott Griffen, IPI Associate   A Palestinian activist (R) holds his scarf with the word Palestine as he faces Israeli soldiers during a protest near the village of Karyout, north of Nablus, the West Bank, 03 February 2012. EPA/ATEF SAFADI. […]

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Sami Michael: Free #KhaderAdnan or Try Him | Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI)

Related: WE WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN KHADER! ~ Overview- Photos – Video – Action Alert Update:February 14, 2012| ACRI ACRI President Sami Michael sent an urgent letter today to Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak requesting that he intervene on the issue of Administrative Detainee Khader Adnan, who has been on hunger strike for 60 […]

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A Must Read – Khader Adnan’s letter from his prison

Related: WE WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN KHADER! ~ Photos & Action Alert Hunger-striking prisoner not backing down Maan News Agency | Febr 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – Islamic Jihad prisoner Khader Adnan, who has been on hunger strike for 56 days, asserted Saturday that he would continue with his strike because he is defending his […]

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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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Judge Delivers Ultimatum to #FreedomWaves Flotilla Activists: Confess or Face 2 Months Without Trial

Press Release #FREEDOMWAVES | Topic FreedomWaves | Category Flotilla | Pictures Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. PNN – Palestine News Network  09.11.11 – 22:23 PNN – Fifteen of the activists from the Freedom Waves to Gaza flotilla came before an Israeli court on Tuesday, and were advised they could be […]

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PRESS RELEASE | #FreedomWaves Canadians face two months of incarceration in Israel without trial

Topic FreedomWaves | Category Flotilla | Pictures PRESS RELEASE – Canadian Boat to Gaza For Immediate Release – Wednesday, November 9, 2011 On Tuesday, Freedom Waves to Gaza activists detained in Israel — including Canadians David Heap and Ehab Lotayef — came before a judge and were told they could be held in prison for […]

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MADA: Israel extends journalist’s detention without trial

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. Maan News Agency | October 27, 2011 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Israel on Wednesday extended the imprisonment of a journalist who has not been charged or tried for any offense, a press freedom watchdog said. Israeli forces detained Nawaf al-Amer, a program coordinator for Quds satellite […]

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Main Witness to Testify Tomorrow in Trial of West Bank Protest Organizer, Bassem Tamimi

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category 23 October 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee | ISM Islam Dar Ayyoub, the 14 year-old who incriminated Tamimi after being unlawfully interrogated, will take the stand tomorrow at the Ofer Military Court. Tamimi has been incarcerated for seven months, in […]

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