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Incarceration in the secret prison "Facility 1391": the case of SA
6 documents | last update 1.3.2011
In January 2003, SA was arrested at his home. After short periods in several detention facilities, SA was transferred to the secret prison, known as Facility 1391, which is located in a secret military base. On the way there, his head was kept covered, and he was not told of the destination. On arrival, he had to undress completely in front of soldiers, and led from room to room with his eyes c...
The secret prison: HCJ petition 9733/03
19 documents | last update 23.1.2011
For many years, a secret prison has been operating in the Israel. The prison is situated inside an unknown military base, hidden from public sight and insulated from legal scrutiny, without any way of knowing who are being held there, the prevailing conditions, and modes of interrogation practiced therein. The existence of the facility, known as Facility 1391, was revealed gradually during the ...
Ill-treatment during detention: the case of FA
1 documents | last update 13.1.2011
On the cold rainy night of January 13, 2009, soldiers arrived at the home of FA in the 'Askar refugee camp in Nablus, woke him from his sleep, handcuffed his hands behind his back, blindfolded him and took him outside the house, barefoot and in his sleeping clothes. The person heading the arrest, who identified himself as "Captain Tamir", most likely a member of the Israel Security Agency (ISA...
Torture during interrogation: the case of MM
3 documents | last update 15.11.2009
On January 3, 1998, MM was arrested at a checkpoint near the village of Bani Na'im. The student, age 23, who was on his way to the Bir Zeit University, was taken to the Kiryat Arba police station, and then moved to other police stations. On January 8, 1998, he was brought to the interrogation wing of the Israel Security Agency (ISA) in the Shikma Prison, where he suffered a horrific ordeal of t...
Obligation of an occupying power to respect human rights in an occupied territory: al-Khiam Prison in South Lebanon
4 documents | last update 28.9.1999
Al-Khiam Prison in South Lebanon operated under Israeli aegis from the mid 1980's until the Israeli military withdrawal from Lebanon in 2000. Throughout this period, hundreds of detainees, including minors, were held in al Khiam Prison, unlawfully, outside any legal framework, without any judicial proceedings or charges, without access to an attorney or judge. Detainees were kept in degrading a... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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