Quarantine centers in prisons “do not meet the minimum standards.”
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Maher al-Akhras is protesting his detention without charge or trial.
Daoud al-Khatib had a few months left of his sentence before he died.
Israel habitually arrests teens, deliberately disrupting their high school exams.
Community leader Ameer Makhoul reflects on nine years in Israeli prison.
Israel has imposed measures intended to worsen conditions for detainees.
Attack is part of a larger “assault on Palestinian academic institutions.”
Israel installed devices to block cell phone service for Palestinians in its prisons.
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The Issawis are a family of fighters where no one backs down.
As French government stays silent, activists step demands that Israel release Salah Hamouri.
Sami Janazreh's family say he remains on hunger strike -- contrary to press reports.
Muhammad al-Qiq is losing consciousness as military court rejects appeal.
Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq in poor health after refusing food for 50 days.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Omar Nayef Zayed fled Israeli custody in 1990.
Children kept in filthy cells and denied adequate treatment for bullet wounds
The arrest and detention of Khalida Jarrar is politically motivated, observers say.
Protests against British security firm take place in five world cities.
The wife of prisoner Bassel Khartabil is being kept in the dark about his fate.
Hassan Ishtayeh has been arrested eight times since 1987.
Emad Saftawi had been shot in the head by an Israeli prison guard.
The former UN special rapporteur on Palestine excoriates the pro-Israel bias of The New York Times in his new book.
The case of Sami Al-Arian is emblematic of the altered state of the US justice system after 11 September 2001.
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