The Palestinian National Action Committee in Berlin, along with friends of the Palestinian community and supporters of Palestine, held a protest calling for freedom for Muhammad Allan and an end to administrative detention outside the European House in Berlin on 18 August.
The Israeli Supreme Court will hold a hearing regarding Palestinian hunger striking journalist Muhammed Al-Qeq’s detention on 25 February, MEMO reports. The Saudi Arabian TV satellite channel reporter was arrested by the Israeli occupation forces after his house was attacked in the town of Abu-Qash , north of Ramallah, on 21 November 2015. He has been subject to administrative detention for 6 months and is in his 57th day of hunger striking.
Sleep deprivation; prolonged binding; verbal and sometimes physical abuse; exposure to cold and heat; little and substandard food; incarceration in a small, foul-smelling cell, usually in solitary confinement, for many days and in unhygienic conditions. A new report by human rights organizations HaMoked.