G4S is in no rush to end all its contracts in the West Bank and will continue to maintain security equipment in prisons inside Israel. Read more about G4S feels the heat of international boycott campaign
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Maysara Abuhamdia may only have days to live; he has long complained of “intentional negligence” by doctors “treating” Palestinian detainees. Read more about Dying prisoner treated cruelly by Israeli doctors over many years
During the last month of his protest, Sharawna’s captors only allowed him use the bathroom twice a day. Read more about Israel “tried to banish me for 28 years,” says hunger striker Ayman Sharawna
While Ayman Sharawna was forcibly deported to Gaza for ten years in exchange for his release, Samer Issawi issues a statement on deportation showing his refusal of this policy under any circumstances. Read more about Exile in Gaza is not the victory we want for our heroic prisoners
Jamal Juma’ from the group Stop the Wall believes that every Palestinian known as an activist is a target for Israel. Read more about Israel arrests Palestinian activists "to finish colonization project"
Please vote for the security company to shed light on its complicity in torture of Palestinian prisoners. Read more about Israeli prison contractor G4S nominated for "worst company" award
Palestinian political prisoners were put back on the agenda in 2012. Read more about Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike "until freedom or death"
Eight years after it was declared illegal by the International Court of Justice, Israel’s wall in the West Bank is still being serviced by a British-Danish firm. Read more about G4S equips the apartheid wall, Israel confirms
The health of Palestinian prisoner Ayman Sharawna has seriously deteriorated after 88 days of hunger strike, according to rights groups. Read more about Israel denies hunger striker Ayman Sharawna medicine despite "serious deterioration" in health
Bilal Diab on his 77-day hunger strike in protest of administrative detention in Israeli prison. Read more about Winning the battle of empty stomachs: hunger striker Bilal Diab interviewed