Police attack Palestinians in Jerusalem after weeks of mass arrests.
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arrest and detention
Murder, detention and intimidation are key tactics in the war to control the narrative.
The attack on me is part of a wider effort to push Palestinians out of Jerusalem.
Over 220 people have died in Israeli prison as a result of treatment being withheld since 1967
Egyptian military accused of torturing Palestinians traveling through the Sinai.
Children born through IVF have been accorded an inferior status.
Minnesota lawmaker Betty McCollum seeks to stop tax dollars from facilitating abuses by Israeli soldiers.
Newly released Palestinian lawmaker helped imprisoned women and girls pass their secondary school exams.
After 17 years in Israeli jail, Ahmed Khris is unable to see his family.
Faris Baroud, arrested before Oslo, spent most of his life in Israeli jail.
Issawiyeh in occupied East Jerusalem endures Israel's neglect and wrath.
After 18 years in prison, Imad al-Din al-Saftawi finally is able to give his daughter a doll.
Muhammad Habali, 22, was killed in raid on West Bank city.
Former prisoners star in Raed Andoni's genre-bending new film.
The Issawis are a family of fighters where no one backs down.
Abuse of child detainees part of wider aim to encourage Palestinians to leave the city.
International media ignored arrest of 120 Palestinians during Jerusalem raid.
Mothers refusing food in solidarity with hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners.
Lina al-Jarbouni spent 15 years behind Israeli bars.
Palestinian prisoners enter fourth week of refusing food.
Artist has been targeted by both Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
An estimated 1,500 prisoners in Israeli jails have refused food since 17 April.
Four young men from Gaza were abducted in August 2015 and are believed to be in Egyptian custody.
Netanyahu "invented a new enemy: Arab citizens of Israel," says Basel Ghattas.
Two representatives of the Jenin group have been prevented from entering Jordan.
Kifah Quzmar is one of many Palestinians to be arrested for writing on Facebook.
Sami Janazreh's family say he remains on hunger strike -- contrary to press reports.
Dareen Tatour is committed to keep using poetry as a form of protest.
Human rights defender in Hebron targeted, arrested for “incitement.”
Daoud al-Ghoul works to expose seizure of Palestinian homes by Israeli settler groups in Jerusalem.
Journalist Muhammad al-Qiq, held without charge or trial by Israel, has been on hunger strike since 24 November.
Abdel Sattar Qassem is an outspoken critic of security coordination with Israel.
Minors in house arrest often prove so taxing and expensive an experience for families that some prefer prison.
Muhammad al-Qiq is losing consciousness as military court rejects appeal.
Omar Nayef Zayed fled Israeli custody in 1990.
Withholding of bodies makes independent investigation nearly impossible.
Children kept in filthy cells and denied adequate treatment for bullet wounds
The arrest and detention of Khalida Jarrar is politically motivated, observers say.
The wife of prisoner Bassel Khartabil is being kept in the dark about his fate.
Family of Khaled al-Sheikh fear he is not being given adequate medical care.
Hassan Ishtayeh has been arrested eight times since 1987.
Khaled al-Zeer was arrested and abused after Israeli police arrived at his home.
The case of Sami Al-Arian is emblematic of the altered state of the US justice system after 11 September 2001.