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Violations against Palestinian Prisoners and Detainees in Israeli Prisons and Detention Centers 2010

This report highlights the violations that Palestinian prisoners were subjected to throughout 2010, starting from the moment of arrest and going through the interrogation and detention periods. In particular, this report provides a comprehensive overview of major developments in the ongoing confrontation between the prisoner movement and the Israeli Prison Service.
Stolen Hope: Political Detention in the West Bank

This report examines the phenomenon of political arrests in the West Bank by the Palestinian Authorityís security forces - the General Intelligence Service, the Preventive Security Force and to a lesser degree the Military Intelligence. Addameerís research covers the period from January 2009 to September 2010, during which time Addameer monitored, documented, followed up and legally represented 347 detainees.
Violations against Palestinian Prisoners & Detainees in Israeli Prisons & Detention Centers, 2008

This report examines the violations that prisoners were subjected to in 2008 from the moment of arrest all the way through interrogation, detention and trial. In particular, the report focuses on torture and ill-treatment, general detention conditions inside Israeli prisons, and violations against child prisoners and prisoners from the Gaza Strip, illustrating each subject through detailed case studies.
Violations against Palestinian Prisoners & Detainees in Israeli Prisons & Detention Centers, 2007

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the violations committed against Palestinian political prisoners held in Israeli prisons and detention centers. The report examines these violations chronologically from the moment of arrest to interrogation, detention and trial, framing the analysis in an international law context and supporting it with statistical evidence and extracts from affidavits taken from prisoners.
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