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There are currently over 450 Palestinians detained without charge or trial under indefinitely renewable administrative detention orders issued on the basis of secret evidence. Palestinians can spend years at a time imprisoned with no charge under repeatedly renewed administrative detention orders.

Among those who received renewed administrative detention orders was Seif al-Idrissi, the Palestinian youth activist previously jailed by the Palestinian Authority along with Basil al-Araj and four other comrades; al-Idrissi’s imprisonment without charge or trial has been repeatedly extended. Saleh Jaidi, the Palestinian youth activist in Dheisheh refugee camp, was also ordered to 6 months in administrative detention.

via 40 more administrative detention orders issued in October by Israeli military courts | Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network

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