Days of Palestine

Saturday, June 3

Palestinian Prisoners Continued Boycott of Israeli Courts for the 22nd Day


Administrative prisoners in Israeli prisons continue to boycott the courts for the 22nd consecutive day, to demand an end to the administrative detention policy under the slogan “Our decision is freedom.”

Hassan Abd Rabbo, a spokesman for the Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Authority, said that the move to boycott the military courts related to administrative detention came as a result of a collective and unified position of the prisoners.

Abed Rabbo added that this boycott comes as a form of collective confrontation and is part of a boycott of Israel’s system and institutions, including the courts, and in order to break the administrative detention law.
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He believes that confronting administrative detention needs advocacy media efforts, political and diplomatic campaigns, and a continuous popular movement, to make a breakthrough in the administrative detention file.

On January 1, the Administrative Prisoners Committee in Prisons announced the start of protest steps and a boycott of military courts at all levels (beginning, appeal, and supreme), in a binding and general step that was previously coordinated with institutions working in the field of prisoners.

During the year 2021, the occupation authorities issued about (1600) administrative detention orders between new and renewal against Palestinian prisoners.