Prisoners’ rights group Addameer raided.
Jordan recalls ambassador over prisoners held without charge or trial in Israeli jails.
Palestinian prisoner suspends hunger strike after 69 days.
Newly released Palestinian lawmaker helped imprisoned women and girls pass their secondary school exams.
Political prisoner has gone for almost 180 days without food in protest of Israeli detention.
Palestinian women prisoners haven’t been outdoors in 40 days.
The human rights defender was held for 13 months without charge or trial.
After release, poet Dareen Tatour vows to continue writing.
“There is no justice in an Israeli court when the accused is Palestinian,” poet says.
Salah Hamouri has been in administrative detention for more than 300 days.
Israel arrests, beats brother of Ahed Tamimi.
Palestinian Prisoners Day marked with continued defiance and protest in Israeli jails.
Israel holding 59 Palestinian female prisoners, 350 children.
600 Palestinians detained in wave of Israeli arrests.
Occupation forces arrest children, injured people from ambulances as crackdown intensifies.
Could Israel keep Palestinians in tents?
It took two months for France to call for the release of human rights defender held without charge.
As French government stays silent, activists step demands that Israel release Salah Hamouri.
And a circus performer released after 20 months in Israeli jail with no charges.
Salah Hamouri is among hundreds of Palestinians held without charge or trial.
Khalida Jarrar was released from prison just over a year ago.
Renewed hunger strikes as Palestinians resist Israeli mistreatment in prison.
Following pattern of impunity, Israeli police rush to exonerate shooter.
An estimated 1,500 prisoners in Israeli jails have refused food since 17 April.
Student leader previously arrested by PA now under prolonged interrogation by Israel.
Human rights group said the PFLP leader had been jailed for her political activity.
Imad Barghouthi was supposed to be freed on Sunday amid global outcry over the jailed scientist.
In rare move, Israeli military court has agreed to release Imad Barghouti, whose detention has attracted global concern.
Human rights groups suspect that a promised anti-torture law will contain major loopholes.
Sami Janazreh's family say he remains on hunger strike -- contrary to press reports.
Hunger strikers continue struggles against Israeli detention without charge.
Sami Janazreh is one of three prisoners refusing food to protest Israeli detention without charge or trial.
Suzanne Nossel, head of PEN American Center, has previously advocated a boycott of Iran.
Israel has criminalized the renowned lawyer and her brother Medhat Issawi for representing Palestinian prisoners.
Israeli attacks on Palestinian journalists and media freedoms are escalating.
Israel has agreed to release the Palestinian journalist a month early from administrative detention, which will not be renewed.
Muhammad al-Qiq refuses transfer to Jerusalem hospital, and will continue his strike until he is freed.
Journalist Muhammad al-Qiq, held without charge or trial by Israel, has been on hunger strike since 24 November.
The Palestinian journalist, who has refused food for 74 days to protest his detention without charge by Israel, is at imminent risk of death.
Muhammad al-Qiq, who has been on hunger strike for 72 days, rejects decision.