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Israeli authorities renew administrative detention of Palestinian detainee
Israeli authorities renew administrative detention of Palestinian detainee
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West Bank, ALRAY - An Israeli occupation court renewed on Wednesday the administrative detention order of Palestinian detainee lawyer Muhammed No’man Salem, 35, from the village of Barzariya in Nablus, north of the occupied West Bank, for the second time in a row, for additional 6 months.


Al-Asra Media Office stated that just months after he was released from a three-year detention, Israeli forces detained Salem on the 31st of May 2022 after raiding his home in the village of Barzariya and damaging its contents, after which he was transferred to the "Petah Tikva" detention center.


Al-Asra Office added that 10 days after Salem’s detention, the Israeli occupation court issued an administrative detention order against him for a period of 6 months, and when it was about to end, they renewed it for a second time for an additional six months without charges.


Salem is married with two children and was detained for three years on charges of belonging to a Palestinian faction and planning to carry out resistance activities against the Israeli occupation forces. Salem was released last February and re-detained in May, and he is the brother of detainee Tamim, who has been detained since 2004 and is serving a 22-year prison sentence in Israeli prisons.