The international community works against anti-colonial resistance in Palestine

Around 600 Palestinians are currently being held by Israel under administrative detention orders, according to the Israeli human rights group HaMoked. The number is the highest since 2016 when Palestinians resorted to acts of armed resistance in protest against Israel's ongoing colonial expansion. In March this year, Israel issued 195 administrative detention orders, 107 of them new, the rest renewals. Administrative detention basically means detention with neither charge nor trial, on a renewable, indefinite basis. Despite several international admonishments, by human rights organisations mostly, as well as raising awareness about the policy within the international community, Israel has yet to face any persistent criticism, let alone consequences for its human rights violations against incarcerated Palestinians. While Israel retains the upper … Continue reading The international community works against anti-colonial resistance in Palestine