Israeli Occupation Court decided Tuesday, 6 December 2022 keep the Palestinian administrative detainee Salah Al-Hamouri in prison until deporting him outside the occupied Jerusalem and revoking his Jerusalem identity.
Israeli occupation had informed the Palestinian-French human rights defender Salah Hammouri last November of the decision to deport him to France on the fourth of December and to withdraw his Jerusalem ID.
The Israeli occupation forces detained Hammouri on 7 March based on a three-month administrative detention order that has been renewed twice based on “secret evidence”.
Israel’s illegal policy of administrative detention is a pre-emptive measure that allows the detention of Palestinians without charge or trial for lengthy periods of time based on disclosed allegations that even a detainee’s lawyer is barred from viewing.
Palestinian detainees have constantly resorted to hunger strikes as a method to oppose their administrative detention, demanding an end to this illegal policy that violates international law and Human rights accords.