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Israeli Prison Service says there were no negotiations and no demands met; Palestinian officials declare victory for prisoners’ rights.
On April 17, 1,500 Palestinian security prisoners started a hunger strike to protest what they called inhumane treatment and restrictions in the prisons.
‘I don’t care if I go bankrupt,’ says Jerusalem store owner.
The petition calls for the court to issue an interim injunction to call on the Prisons Service to carry out steps to facilitate the voting.
By BEN HARTMAN
According to Channel 2, compensation deal includes stipulation that Israel won't have to admit culpability for Zygier’s death.
Former president imprisoned in Dec. 2011 for rape, sexual assault; WIZO chair slams move.
By BEN HARTMAN AND JPOST.COM STAFF
IPS denies Hagai Felician's request to attend funeral of brother who died in 9-story fall at construction site.
Zygier lawyer: Case of Prisoner No. 2 was even more sensational; MKs calling for probe: We are on the fast track to becoming a dark police state.
By BEN HARTMAN AND LAHAV HARKOV
If the strike is successful, it could conceivably boost the standing of Barghouti’s Fatah in its ongoing rivalry with Hamas, but Barghouti still has the rest of his life to serve in prison.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Man gives jail cell 3 out of 5 stars in a TripAdvisor style review.
By MARTINA BIALEK
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