Security prisoners

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On 9 December 2009, the Israeli Supreme Court rejected petitions by Gaza detainees and their relatives, together with Palestinian and Israeli human rights organizations against Israel’s general...
Despite the media deluge around a possible prisoner exchange, several elements were conspicuously missing and almost never mentioned or discussed. In general, the Palestinian prisoners continued to...
Four days after Adalah submitted the salt petition to support 2,000 hunger striking prisoners in 2004, the Supreme Court heard the case and dismissed it without explanation. Two days later, the...
To mark Palestinian Prisoners’ Day, 17th April, Adalah’s Media Coordinator Amal Ziadah interviews former political prisoner Areej Shahbari, a Palestinian woman from Nazareth
Those who are called political prisoners are perceived as freedom fighters, those who resist foreign rule or a despotic regime. The opposition to classifying them as such reflects a deep-rooted,...
Arab prisoners – including Arab citizens of Israel such as myself – who have been convicted of offenses against the state's security and who are serving their sentences in prisons throughout...