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On the 8th of March, this is my appeal to the world

In a powerful interview with Al-Haq, Hana Shalabi's mother speaks about Hana's hunger strike and administrative detention.
Dutch Play Soccer for Palestinian Hunger Strikers

During the wave of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike the Netherlands sends an amazing video of support to Mahmoud Sarsak.
Addameer's Presentation at the Russell Tribunal

Addameer lawyer Mahmoud Hassan testifies at the Russell Tribunal on Palestine in Cape Town, South Africa in November 2011.
Prisoner Features - Interview with Majeda Fidda

Majeda Fidda, a member of Nablus municipality council, was arrested by Israeli soldiers on 6 August 2008. She was acquitted of all charges against her on 31 December 2008, but instead of being released, she was placed in administrative detention for over a year. She was finally released on 25 January 2010. In this video she talks about her experience as an administrative detainee and as a female political prisoner in Israeli prison.
Arrest of children in Silwan, East Jerusalem – July 2011

2010 and 2011 have seen a sharp increase in the number of children arrested on charges of stone throwing in East Jerusalem, seemingly pointing to a new Israeli tactic of repression in the city. Children in the neighborhood of Silwan in particular have been the target of such arrests, including children as young as 7, 8, and 9 years old. This video, shot on 22 July 2011, shows the reality of such arrests, as Israeli undercover agents, known as Musta’arabeen, and Israeli soldiers are filmed abducting a group of youngsters in Silwan.
Administrative Detention in the oPt - Part 1

Administrative detention is a procedure that allows the Israeli military to hold prisoners indefinitely on secret evidence without charging them or allowing them to stand trial. Although international human rights law permits some limited use of administrative detention in emergency situations, in practice, Israel routinely uses it in violation of these strict parameters. This video describes the process of administrative detention through interviews with ex-administrative detainees and Addameer director, Sahar Francis.
Administrative Detention in the oPt - Part 2

Administrative detention is a procedure that allows the Israeli military to hold prisoners indefinitely on secret evidence without charging them or allowing them to stand trial. Although international human rights law permits some limited use of administrative detention in emergency situations, in practice, Israel routinely uses it in violation of these strict parameters. This video describes the process of administrative detention through interviews with ex-administrative detainees and Addameer director, Sahar Francis.
Raid on Ketziot Prison – October 2007

On 22 October 2007, at 2 a.m., the Israeli Prison Service carried out a raid against Palestinian political prisoners in Ketziot Prison, in the south of Israel. During this raid, a 25-year-old Palestinian prisoner was killed. In April 2011, Israeli TV aired footage from the raid for the first time, showing the excessive use of force and providing a rare glimpse into detention conditions of Palestinians in Israeli prisons.
Promotional video for Israeli Special Intervention Force, Metzada

This video, produced by the Israeli Prison Service, is a promotional video showcasing the Metzada Forces, a special intervention unit used to raid Israeli prisons in which Palestinian political prisoners are held. It offers a rare glimpse into the procedures used by these forces, which often violate the rights of the prisoners.
Stolen Children, Stolen Lives

Approximately 700 Palestinian children (under 18) from the West Bank are prosecuted every year through Israeli military courts. Since 2000, more than 6,500 Palestinian children have been detained. This video, made by Gerry O'Sullivan, portrays the lasting effects of detention on Palestinian children arrested in Hebron.
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