The number of Palestinian administrative detainees held in Israeli jails without a charge or trial reached more than 835 by the end of last November.
The number of Palestinian administrative detainees boycotting the Israeli occupation courts has risen to 80, said the Palestinain prisoners club in a statement released Thursday.
Palestinain prisoners club pointed out that boycotting the Israeli occupation courts represents one of the most important attempts that Palestinian administrative detainees have been trying to confront the Israeli crime of administrative detention since the beginning of 2022.
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.