Palestinian administrative detainees continue boycott of Israel courts

Palestinian prisoners being held under administrative detention inside Israeli jails are continuing their boycott of Israeli courts for the 19th day. The prisoners started their strike in protest against their illegal detention, as well as due to the increase use of administrative detention orders.The prisoners saying that boycotting the courts is the cornerstone of their efforts to face the “oppressive” Israeli policies. “This is a prelude for a full boycott of all Israeli courts,” the statement said, calling for highlighting the issue of administrative detentions at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
 
“The Israeli judicial system is always trying to beautify the face of the occupation, which continues turning Palestinian prisoners to arbitrary administrative detainees,” the statement said, stressing that all the Israeli courts, including the High Court, adopt the recommendations of the Israeli intelligence agencies.
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