Imprisoned by Israel, footballer Mahmoud Sarsak has never been tried for any recognizable offense, and his detention has been continuously renewed every six months. He is one of many prisoners depriving himself of food to demand liberty and justice. Read more about Palestine football star seriously ill from four-week hunger strike
A week after her banishment to Gaza, Hana al-Shalabi spoke exclusively to The Electronic Intifada about the meaning of her 43-day-long hunger strike in Israeli detention. Read more about Ex-hunger striker Hana al-Shalabi wants "mystery" of Gaza banishment deal "clarified"
The parents of Hana al-Shalabi, who has been on hunger strike since 16 February to protest Israel’s holding her without charge or trial, are pleading for action to save their daughter’s life. Read more about Parents of Hana al-Shalabi plead for urgent action to save their daughter
Mourad Jadallah discusses the case of Khader Adnan, the hunger striking Palestinian political prisoner who made administrative detention an international issue. Read more about Interview with Addameer's Mourad Jadallah: hunger strikes reignite prisoner movement
For most of the past six years, Israel has forbidden prominent human rights defender Shawan Jabarin from leaving the occupied West Bank. On exception, he was allowed travel to Geneva this week. Read more about Interview: Palestinian rights defender banned from traveling tastes freedom in Geneva
An elderly mother has been waiting 22 years for her son to come home. He was not included in the recent prisoner exchange deal. Read more about "I want to hug my son before I die"
Families in Gaza wait to hear if their loved ones, imprisoned in Israeli jail cells, will be on the list as part of a prisoner swap deal that includes the release of more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Read more about Gaza families wait for release of prisoners in Hamas-Israel deal
The new play Ana Hurra (“I am free”) explores the experiences of a Palestinian prisoner and the Israeli interrogator who tortures her. Read more about Timely play grapples with abuse of a Palestinian prisoner
Ayed Dudeen is back behind bars again; he has already spent four years in Israeli custody. Read more about Israeli "administrative detention" punishes entire family
The conditions for Palestinians held without charge under administrative detention are harsh, just as they are for all political prisoners. Read more about Israel uses "primitive, racist" policies against Palestinian prisoners