Mothers, sisters, daughters and partners have always been at the forefront of the struggle to demand freedom and justice. Read more about As prisoners strike, relatives wait and hope
The Palestinian Authority’s repression of protests follows a game plan hatched by the West. Read more about Cooperating with Israel: sacred or sinister?
Announcement made as prisoner entered 50th day of protest fast. Read more about Hunger striker Bilal Kayed refuses to see doctors
Prisoners lit rooms on fire after massive late-night raid. Read more about Palestinians revolt in Israeli prisons
Khalida Jarrar has set up a protest camp at the Palestinian Legislative Council in Ramallah where she will remain until the banishment order is lifted. “It is the occupation who must leave our homeland,” she has said. Read more about Palestinian lawmaker resists banishment, tells occupiers they must go
Palestinians held in administrative detention on open-ended hunger strike in Israeli prisons. Read more about Israel holding 9 Palestinian legislators without charge or trial
Palestinian Authority faces backlash, as popular conference denounces normalization, and plans boycott expansion in West Bank. Read more about National conference focuses on West Bank boycott efforts
“Prisoner of conscience” Ahmad Qatamesh has been held for two years without charge or trial. Read more about Amnesty calls on Israel to release Palestinian academic jailed "to deter left-wing activists"
In an interview with The Electronic Intifada, Iyad Abu Khaizaran reflects on being banished to Gaza one year ago. Read more about “I don’t seek out enemies” -- A year since banishment to Gaza, a Palestinian fighter reflects
Details of the Israeli concessions that ended an historic 28-day mass hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, and the more than two-month hunger strikes of several prisoners, emerged today. Read more about Details emerge of Israeli concessions that ended historic Palestinian mass hunger strike
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