Gaza, ALRAY - The family of woman detainee Lama Hadaydah from Tulkarm refugee camp appealed for disclosing her fate, as she has been detained at Jalama interrogation center for the second week in a row.
The family expressed to Ahrar Center for Prisoners Studies and Human Rights the family's fears for the fate of Hadaydah, especially with Israeli center's continued detention of her, without explaining the reasons for that.
She pointed out that Hadaydah was arrested on Oct. 13 a few days ahead of Eid al-Adha holiday when an Israeli force raided her home and confiscated her personal computer.
Director of the Center Fouad Khuffash said with the arrest of Haddaadh the number of women detained in Israeli jails increased to 14.
Lama Haddaadh is a student of IT at Al-Quds Open University in Tulkarem. She is the daughter of martyr Ibrahim Haddaadh killed by the occupation forces during the First Intifada.
According to Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association (Addameer), Administrative detention is a procedure that allows the Israeli military to hold prisoners indefinitely on secret information without charging them or allowing them to stand trial.
Although administrative detention is used almost exclusively to detain Palestinians from the occupied Palestinian territory, Israeli citizens and foreign nationals can also be held as administrative detainees by (Israel).
Only 9 Israeli settlers have been ever held in administrative detention.