Administrative detention

B'Tselem 2011 annual report
21 Mar 2012

The report surveys the broad spectrum of issues regarding the Israeli authorities' human rights record in the West Bank and Gaza Strip over the past year, the 44th year of the Israeli occupation. An interactive version of the report is available online and distributed through social media. The report documents a sharp increase in the number of uninvolved Palestinians killed by the Israeli security forces in the Gaza Strip in 2011. There was also an increase in the number of Israeli civilians killed by Palestinians, compared to 2010.

Administrative detention of Palestinians by Israel and the Incarceration of Unlawful Combatants Law
Joint report with Hamoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual
1 Oct 2009

According to the report Israel is holding 335 Palestinians in lengthy administrative detention. Nine Gazans are being held pursuant to the Internment of Unlawful Combatants Law. The organizations call on Israel to release the administrative detainees or prosecute them in accord with due process.

Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
10 Dec 2008

B'Tselem's annual report surveys a wide range of Israeli human rights violations in the OPT in 2008, until Operation Cast Lead. As house demolition and lack of law enforcement on violent settlers continued, Israel largely refrained from holding members of the security forces accountable for their actions.

Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
1 Dec 2007

According to the report, the number of Israelis and Palestinians killed in clashes in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip dropped. However, there has been deterioration in many other measures of the human rights situation in the Occupied Territories.

The Status of Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
1 May 1999
Administrative Detention During the Oslo Process
1 May 1997
Violations of Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
1 Jan 1994
Administrative Detention in the Occupied Territories Since the Beginning of the Intifada
1 Oct 1992