Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation is to hold two Palestinians under administrative detention without charge or trial.
The Israeli occupation authorities issued Palestinian detainee Adham Daraghmeh a four-month administrative detention order after he completed his sentence.
The Israeli occupation army detained Daraghmeh during a raid on his home in Tubas on 3 December and moved him to the "Al-Jalama" detention facility for questioning.
After holding him for three months without charge and extending his incarceration several times, an Israeli military court sentenced him to 14 months in prison and ordered him to pay a fine of 2,000 shekels ($555).
Daraghmeh was set to be freed on 27 February but the Israeli military court refused to release him and extended his detention.
The Israeli military court postponed his trial twice before handing him a four-month administrative detention order.
Meanwhile, an Israeli military court issued Palestinian detainee Arwa Dawabsheh a six-month administrative detention order.
The Israeli occupation army detained Dawabsheh during a raid on his home on 8 February before moving him to the "Maskobia" detention facility, where he was interrogated in harsh and inhumane conditions.
After questioning him for over a month, the Israeli military court of "Ofer" handed Dawabsheh a six-month administrative detention order at the request of the Israeli occupation intelligence service.
Dawabsheh had been detained several times by the Israeli occupation army and jailed for several months.