Saying: 'Put them on trial, Israel, or let them go' means to recognize Israel’s right to run the Palestinians’ lives. But Israel has no right.
Palestinian hunger strike
Malik al-Qadi, 19, has been protesting his detention without trial; his family says Israel gave him medical treatment without his consent
If the human rights of Palestinian detainees are indeed important to the state and the justices, they should refrain from ordering and approving administrative detentions. That would be the genuine solution.
Israel's High Court Finds Force Feeding Constitutional: 'A Hunger Striker Is Not an Ordinary Patient'
Justices deny petitions protesting an amendment to the law which will permit the force-feeding of Palestinian prisoners. Medical Association chairman stated previously that if the bill passes doctors will be instructed to ignore it.
It's enough for our judges to know why a journalist is detained without trial.
Set to be released after sitting in jail for 14 years, Bilal Kayed was issued with an administrative detention order.
Thirteen are arrested; Bilal Kayed is still being held after completing a 14-year sentence for offenses during the second intifada.
Palestinians say Israel agreed to stop 'humiliating' searches in return for conclusion of two-day hunger strike by 260 Hamas prisoners.
Prison authority says Bilal Kayed is being handcuffed to his bed to block an attempt to free him.
Israel removes dozens of Palestinian prisoners from two units, citing suspected collusion and smuggling of cellphones into cells.