West Bank, ALRAY - An Israeli military court has issued a six-month administrative detention order against the father of a Palestinian martyr from Qabatiya town in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin.
The Israeli military court of "Salem" ordered Omar Kmail to be held under administrative detention without charge for six months.
His family said that Omar, whose son, Mahmoud, was shot dead by the Israeli occupation army and his body has been withheld for two years, is being incarcerated in "Megiddo" prison.
The Israeli occupation army detained Omar after storming and ransacking his home in Qabatiya, south of Jenin, on 4 March.
Administrative detention is a widely-condemned form of imprisonment that allows the Israeli occupation to hold Palestinians without charge or trial for renewable periods of time based on "secret evidence."