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November 2016
Administrative detention has been commonly used by repressive regimes to circumvent the legal process and hinder access to one’s legal protective rights. Such detention has been used in Northern Ireland, South Africa (under apartheid), the United States, and Israel. The Israeli practice of administrative detention does not comply with international law, given that Israeli authorities detain...
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Economic exploitation is a key facet for entrenching military occupation and administering a colonial regime to control, exploit and repress rebellion amongst subjects. The Israeli regime is no different: Palestinian families with home demolition orders are required to pay for their demolishment; the family of an executed Palestinian is required to pay a bail to...
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