The New York Times publish an article written by Marwan Barghouti explaining the reasons of the ongoing mass hunger strike

MARWAN BARGHOUTI's article published in The New York Times    HADARIM PRISON, Israel — Having spent the last 15 years in an Israeli prison, I have been both a witness to and a victim of Israel’s illegal system of ma....

April 18,2017

Hunger striking detainees in Ofer moved to solitary confinement

Israeli prison services in "Ofer" , transferred the hunger striking detainees to section (11) in order to isolate them. Israeli jailers strip searched the hunger striking detainees before transferring them and gave them prison clothes an....

April 18,2017

Around (1500) prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons begin an open hunger strike today

    The Media Committee of Freedom and Dignity confirmed that approximately 1500 prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons started an open hunger strike today Monday. The Committee pointed out that the prisoners began the strike with....

April 17,2017

100 thousand cases of arrest since the outbreak of the Al-Aqsa

On the eve of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Day, Palestinian rights groups issued a press release that provides information and statistics on the conditions of Palestinian prisoners by the Israeli occupation The report stated that "sinc....

April 16,2017

Ashqar: 17% of Palestinian prisoners are sick, 21 suffer from cancer

The spokesman of the Palestinian Prisoner Center for Studies, Riyad al-Ashqar, said that the Israeli occupation authorities are detaining 1,200 Palestinian sick captives, forming 17% of the 7,000 Palestinian prisoners. In a statement on the World ....

April 11,2017

Professor Ashkar suffers stroke in Israeli jail

The Palestinian prisoner Professor Esam al-Ashkar suffered a stroke on Friday morning that worsened his already weak health condition in Israeli jails. Ashkar's wife reportedly said that her husband suffered a stroke during his stay at Raymond priso....

April 07,2017

Israeli court sentences 2 Palestinian children to house arrest

An Israeli occupation court on Thursday sentenced two Palestinian children from Occupied Jerusalem to house arrest and steep fines.  14-year-old Yazen Faroukh and 12-year-old Youssef Hijazi, from Jerusalem’s town of Silwan, south of al-Aq....

April 06,2017

300 Palestinian children in Israeli jails

Nearly 300 Palestinian children are currently held in Israeli jails including 14 minor girls. A Palestinian rights group said, in its new report marking the International Child Day, celebrated worldwide on April 5, that 300 Palestinian children were....

April 05,2017

New Israeli indictment filed against journalist Qiq

An Israeli prosecutor on Tuesday filed a new indictment against Palestinian journalist Mohamed al-Qiq, who is supposed to be released in 10 days. His wife, Fayha Shalash, said that the new indictment was filed 10 days before her husband’s re....

April 04,2017

Israeli court refuses appeal to release prisoner Najjar

Israeli Supreme Court in Ofer refused an appeal against the administrative detention order to four months, which ends on April 16, against prisoner Mohammad al-Najjar. Head of the legal unit at the Palestinian Prisoner Society, Jawad Boulos, reveale....

April 03,2017

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