Security Prisoner
Security Detainee
Administrative Detainee

Tracing Detainees

(1-20 of 90)
Sort By Order by Display Results per page

Only following HaMoked’s urgent petition was a 15-year-old boy’s detention place revealed: the military did not even tell the family their son had been taken to a hospital
Hamada Was Dragged From One Israeli Prison to Another and Freed Four Days Later Without Questioning
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  7.9.2020
Israeli soldiers raided the home of Hamada Tamimi, confiscated phones and a camera, beat up his family and took him away. The army said his arrest was due to operational considerations
HaMoked and Al-Mezan petition the High Court of Justice: a reduction of the prisoner population is needed, and must include “security” prisoners, whose overcrowded conditions make social distancing impossible
A Palestinian man was held incommunicado for over two days, allegedly for coronavirus testing; Only following HaMoked’s habeas corpus petition were his current whereabouts revealed
Detention of 11-year-old boy, held without his parents’ knowledge in inadequate conditions for over 24 hours: HaMoked calls on the military to swiftly act to prevent recurrence of such an event
Following HaMoked’s complaint, the military admitted it wrongly announced that a Palestinian detainee had been released to his home; “this is a severe occurrence and the instructions will be clarified”
The military arrested a 15-year-old Palestinian boy, and then failed to locate him: his parents were not provided with any information regarding his whereabouts for four days
Following HaMoked’s habeas corpus petition: Israel clarified the instructions for tracing detainees and is formulating a comprehensive procedure on the issue
Young Palestinian man detained for 96 hours before the authorities informed his family of his whereabouts: following HaMoked habeas corpus petition on his behalf, the authorities are to submit to the court a document about lessons learned from the incident
HaMoked's activity in 2017: overview and statistics
A Palestinian detainee went missing: despite the urgency, Justice Hendel gives the state ten whole days to respond to the habeas corpus petition
HaMoked protests the attempt to discredit its efforts to trace Palestinian inmates: this is another attempt by the system to prevent exposure of its failures and hamper human rights organizations from doing their job
What is going on in Israel’s secret prison? HaMoked asks; the military answers: “We refer you to our response to your previous application on this issue from 2011, enclosed again for your review”, although the 2011 response does not contain the requested information either
The bureaucratization of the occupation: The military fails to locate an injured minor arrested by security forces and the state presents a new “official inquiry” form for locating detainees as the latest advancement
Injured minor's whereabouts unknown following arrest by soldiers: once he was traced by HaMoked in a Jerusalem hospital, the mother was quickly taken there by the military; to her surprise, she was made to sign forms but was not allowed to see her son
Following HaMoked’s freedom-of-information request: the IPS provides information on the facilities used for holding Palestinian juvenile inmates inside Israel
HaMoked in petition to the HCJ: repeated failure of the authorities to trace a stateless Palestinian prisoner
HCJ 2969/15 - Omar et al. v. Commander of the Israeli Military Forces in the West Bank et al. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Petition to HCJ  |  30.4.2015
HaMoked's habeas corpus petition concerning a stateless Palestinian living in the West Bank. The man is inside Israel and has even been sentenced to two and a half years in prison. The court is requested to instruct the state to uphold its duty and notify the man's family of his whereabouts and the legal grounds for holding him. The state has breached this duty, which stems from a basic right ...
The HCJ recommended that HaMoked withdraw its petition for the publication of the names of the Gaza detainees held by the military: the detainees' rights – which the list of names could have helped guarantee – will remain unprotected
HCJ 5243/15 HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual v. Israel Defense Forces Transcript
Transcript  |  5243/14  |  4.8.2014 (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

red-id | רד אינטראקטיב