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Report reignites controversy over night arrests of Palestinian minors
Foreign Press,  Yonah Jeremy Bob  |  23.11.2020
The IDF said that night arrests were carried out in place of daytime arrests to avoid village-wide struggles which could lead to far more casualties on both sides.
29.10.2020
Only following HaMoked’s urgent petition was a 15-year-old boy’s detention place revealed: the military did not even tell the family their son had been taken to a hospital
Under Cover of Darkness - Night Arrests of Palestinian Minors by Israeli Security Forces in the West Bank
HaMoked Report  |  1.10.2020
Israeli prison ban on phone calls risks ‘breaking spirits’ of Palestinian minors
Foreign Press, Oren Ziv  |  23.9.2020
Israel claims incarcerated Palestinian children pose a threat to national security just like adults — and therefore can't contact their families.
8.9.2020
HaMoked to the HCJ: prison warder’s violence towards juvenile detainee must be reinvestigated; the investigation authorities’ conduct was flawed throughout, subverting the search for truth
Hamada Was Dragged From One Israeli Prison to Another and Freed Four Days Later Without Questioning
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  7.9.2020
Israeli soldiers raided the home of Hamada Tamimi, confiscated phones and a camera, beat up his family and took him away. The army said his arrest was due to operational considerations
13.7.2020
HaMoked and the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel to the Knesset’s Internal Affairs Committee: prison visits by family and lawyers must not be banned due to the pandemic; legislation must ensure regular contact between inmates and the outside world when visits are suspended
25.6.2020
HCJ rejects petition by HaMoked and Al-Mezan seeking administrative reduction of prisoner population due to the COVID-19 pandemic: despite the continued health emergency, Israel refrains from using this useful measure for easing overcrowding in prisons
24.5.2020
HaMoked and Al-Mezan petition the High Court of Justice: a reduction of the prisoner population is needed, and must include “security” prisoners, whose overcrowded conditions make social distancing impossible
6.5.2020
HaMoked to Megiddo and Ofer prisons: implement the HCJ decision and allow Palestinian minors to contact their parents by telephone without delay
27.4.2020
A Palestinian man was held incommunicado for over two days, allegedly for coronavirus testing; Only following HaMoked’s habeas corpus petition were his current whereabouts revealed
5.4.2020
Following HaMoked petition: Palestinian minors in Israeli prisons can talk with their families over the telephone for ten minutes once every two weeks so long as the coronavirus emergency situation continues
26.3.2020
Urgent petition to Israel's High Court of Justice: Palestinians in Israeli custody, completely isolated due to COVID-19 restrictions, must have phone contact with their families
24.3.2020
Urgent statement calling on Middle East and North Africa governments to protect the health of prisoners and detainees: at this time of global health crisis, it is vital to ensure optimum medical treatment of inmates and reduce prison populations
20.3.2020
Human rights organizations call for the urgent reduction of the number of inmates incarcerated by Israel: prison conditions make it impossible to follow the Ministry of Health corona protection guidelines; the lives of many are at stake
19.3.2020
HaMoked to the Israel Prison Service: the corona emergency regulations must be changed to allow security inmates, especially minors, to maintain phone contact with their families and lawyers; they must also be supplied with sufficient amounts of disinfectants and hygiene products
23.2.2020
HaMoked complaint to the Ministry of Justice: the recurring phenomenon of ISA interrogations of minors who are kept in isolation and denied legal counsel must be eradicated
26.1.2020
The Israel Prison Service submitted a document to the court bearing a prisoner’s forged signature; the court ruled that this was done “in good faith”
19.1.2020
Following HaMoked’s petition, a 14-year-old girl was allowed to cross military checkpoint in order to visit her incarcerated brother, despite a “security ban”; in future, the military will conduct checks on the spot to enable “banned” children to visit their imprisoned loved ones
15.1.2020
Detention of 11-year-old boy, held without his parents’ knowledge in inadequate conditions for over 24 hours: HaMoked calls on the military to swiftly act to prevent recurrence of such an event


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