Popular resistance leader Mousa Abu Maria shared an Israeli prison cell with Khader Adnan, now completing his 55th day of hunger strike. Abu Maria recalls Adnan’s leadership in organizing and educating prisoners in this interview for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Interview: Ex-prisoner reflects on friendship with Khader Adnan and his hunger strike for justice
Arrest and detention
A married couple, both former political prisoners from the occupied West Bank, recount their years in detention from Gaza, where the husband was deported to following last October’s prisoner swap. Read more about West Bank couple, deported to Gaza, recount difficult years in Israeli prison
The official Palestinian position on the release of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails serves to undermine their cause, which is a central component of the Palestinian people’s liberation struggle, comments Ameer Makhoul from Gilboa prison. Read more about Waging liberation in and outside Israel's prison walls
Traveling back to Gaza, Fidaa Elaydi finally meets her uncle, who was released from Israeli jail as part of the prisoner swap in October. With his release, and the ability to spend time together, she says it changed the dynamic of her family. Read more about How my uncle in Gaza filled me with hope of return
An important precedent was recently set that could challenge the entrenched system of impunity for Israeli interrogators who torture and abuse Palestinian detainees. Read more about Israel's impunity challenged by torture victim in Jerusalem
Fidaa Elaydi will soon be meeting her uncle, recently released after serving twenty years in an Israeli prison, for the first time since she was a small child. Read more about Meeting my uncle after 20 years in an Israeli jail
The story of Samer Abu Seir and Loai Odeh — two men who met in Israeli prison and have remained friends ever since — speaks to the experience of so many others. Read more about Separated as prisoners, reunited in Gaza on release
Abdel-Alim Da’na, a leader of the PFLP and a professor at Palestine Polytechnic University in Hebron, speaks to Ben Lorber about his experience in Israel’s prisons. Read more about Former prisoner, PFLP leader: hunger strike "made revolution in the prisons"
An amendment to Israel’s “Prevention of Infiltration” law will mean prison time for asylum seekers and their children — as well as for those who offer them humanitarian aid. Read more about Israel jails asylum seekers, labels them "infiltrators"
Israeli settlers have put prices on the heads of Palestinians who were freed as part of the recent prisoner swap. Read more about Israeli settlers harass released prisoners, threaten them with death