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The Israeli authorities must release or admit to hospital Palestinian hunger striker Samer al-Barq, who has been held without charge or trial since July 2010, Amnesty ...
The Israeli authorities must release or admit to hospital Palestinian hunger striker Samer al-Barq, Amnesty International said.
Hunger-striking administrative detainees Samer al-Barq and Hassan Safadi are in grave danger as their health deteriorates. They are protesting against their detention ...
Urgent Action MDE 15/049/2012
Court ignores flaws in the Israeli military's internal investigation into the death of the US activist killed by a bulldozer in the Gaza Strip in 2003.
Amnesty International condemns an Israeli court's verdict that the government of Israel bears no responsibility in the death of Rachel Corrie, saying the verdict ...
Administrative detainees Hassan Safadi and Samer al-Barq have been on hunger strike since 21 June and 22 May 2012 respectively. They have reportedly been repeatedly ...
Urgent Action MDE 15/047/2012
Authorities must investigate allegations that two Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in protest at their administrative detention were ill-treated.
Former hunger-striker Akram Rikhawi received his third visit from an independent doctor on 25 July. However, recommendations that he receive urgent specialized ...
Urgent Action MDE 15/045/2012
Akram Rikhawi ended his 102-day long hunger strike on 22 July, after the Israeli authorities agreed to release him six months early. He needs urgent specialist ...
Urgent Action MDE 15/044/2012
The Speaker of the Palestinian parliament, Aziz Dweik, was released on 19 July after spending six months detained without trial by the Israeli authorities.
Urgent Action MDE 15/042/2012