The occupation issued (3086) administrative detention orders since October 2015

What is administrative detention? Administrative detention is defined as the process of arresting a person, depriving him of his liberty, without formal charges against him, and without bringing him to trial using administrative procedures.

The Israeli occupation authorities issued (3086) administrative detention orders, between a new order and renewal of administrative detention, since October 2015.

 (1285) orders that constitute 42% of the total of those orders issued against new detainees

 (1801) orders issued to constitute 58% of the total orders. These were to renew the period of “administrative detention” against administrative detainees.

The occupation is still holding about 450 Palestinians in administrative detention, including children, women, girls and deputies.

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