On Tuesday, the Israeli Military Occupation Court in Ofer renewed the administrative detention for the former representative of the Islamic students’ council at Al-Quds University Abu Dis, student Raed Mahmoud Halayka (25 years), from Hebron, for the second time in a row.
Local sources revealed that the Israeli Military Occupation Court issued an order to renew the administrative detention against the prisoner Halayka for the second time, for another 4 months.
The sources stated that the occupation forces arrested Halayka, on 25/1/2022 at a military checkpoint, and took him for interrogation and on March 27, issued an administrative detention order against him for 4 months.
The israeli occupation authorities have arrested Halaiqa before. On 29/7/2021, He was released from prison after 12 months’ detention in the occupation’s prison, and paid a fine of 2,000 shekels.
At the time, the military occupation courts charged the prisoner, Halayka, with incitement through carrying out student activities at the university, the same charge that was leveled against him in the courts of the authority.
Sources also pointed out that Halayka was arrested nearly 3 months after his arrest by the security services of the Palestinian Authority on grounds of his political affiliation and activism in his university, although only two months have passed since his liberation from the occupation’s prisons, in implementation of the revolving door policy of repeated arrests by the Authority and the occupation.
Covering more renewal of administrative detention, yesterday, Monday, the Israeli occupation authorities renewed the administrative detention of the leader of the “Hamas” movement and the candidate in the “Al-Quds Mo’dona” list, Farhan Alqam.
The family of Alqam, stated that the administrative detention against him was renewed for four months.
On the first of last February, the Military Occupation Court issued an administrative detention order against Alqam”, 6 months after his arrest from his residence in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron.
The leader is one of the notables of the Hebron Governorate and its national symbols.
The policy of administrative detention is one of the most prominent policies used by the occupation against the Palestinians, through which it targets activiests and influencers at all levels, with the aim of undermining any attempt for the advancement of Palestinian society.
The occupation authorities and prison administrations claim that administrative detainees have highly classified files that can never be revealed not to the detainee nor his legal team. a detainee does not get informed on what he is in for nor does he get notified of the length of his sentence.
The administrative prisoners continue to boycott the occupation courts for the 200th consecutive day; In the context of protesting the unlawful administrative detention.