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Israeli authorities must immediately release Muhammad ‘Alan from renewed administrative detention

Today (16 Sept.) media reports stated that upon being discharged from hospital, Muhammad ‘Alan – whose administrative detention order was suspended after he staged a two-month hunger strike demanding

Israeli authorities must immediately release hunger striking administrative detainee Muhammad ‘Alan

Update: Yesterday, 19 Aug. 2015, the Supreme Court suspended ‘Alan’s administrative detention order due to his medical condition. If it is found that the neurological damage is irreversible, the order

Administrative detainees on hunger strike; B’Tselem: Israel must stop illegal use of administrative detention

On Thursday, 24 April 2014, Palestinian administrative detainees held by the Israel Prison Service (IPS) announced a hunger strike to protest the Israeli security establishment’s use of administrative

Five years without visits – Will family visits be renewed for prisoners from Gaza?

This morning (15 May 2012), the media reported that an agreement was reached between Israel and representatives of the Palestinian prisoners held in Israel. The agreement follows a hunger strike by al

Administrative detainee Hanaa Shalabi in 40th day of hunger strike

Physicians for Human Rights-Israel reported that administrative detainee Hanaa Shalabi, 30, declared a hunger strike when arrested on 16 February 2012 “in protest of her violent detention, the humilia

Mahmoud a-Sarsak, imprisoned in Israel for about 3 years, has been on a hunger strike for some 80 days and in danger of death

Mhamoud a-Sarsak was released on 10 July 2012. On 19 June 2012, the media reported that Attorney Muhammad Jabarin, counsel for Mahmoud Sarsak, had reached an agreement with the Israeli authorities pur

Administrative detainees Bilal Diab and Thaer Halahlah are near death after 70 days of their hunger strike

Israel is currently holding 308 Palestinians in administrative detention Today(7 May, 2012) Israel’s High Court of Justice rejected appeals by Bilal Diab and Thaer Halahlah against their continued adm

23 Feb. 2012: Khader ‘Adnan ends hunger strike after state agrees not to extend detention

On 21 February 2012, a few hours before a scheduled High Court hearing, the State Attorney's Office announced that Khader ‘Adnan’s administrative detention would not be extended when it expires on 17

1 Feb. '12: Sharp increase in administrative detention in 2011; one detainee on hunger strike for 46 days

Physicians for Human Rights – Israel reported on 29 January that Khader ‘Adnan, has been on hunger strike since 18 December 2011. Thirty-four year old 'Adnan, from the village of ‘Araba near Jenin, wa

11 Feb. '12: B'Tselem to Meridor: Immediately release or try administrative detainee on hunger strike

On 9 February, B'Tselem made an urgent demand to Minister for Intelligence Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor to bring about the immediate release of Khader 'Adnan, an administrative detain