Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Israeli military court of "Salem" extended Wednesday the detention of Ehab Hamayel without charge for another four months for the third time in a row.
According to the Asra Media Office, the Israeli occupation army re-detained the ex-detainee Hamayel on 15 April 2022 after storming his home in Beita town in the occupied northern West Bank city of Nablus.
Ten days after moving him to the "Petah Tikva" detention centre for questioning, the Israeli military court issued a six-month administrative detention order against Hamayel at the request of the Israeli occupation intelligence service.
A few days before his first administrative detention order was set to end, Hamayel had his incarceration extended for another six months for the second time.
An ex-detainee who was previously detained and jailed for 14 months, Hamayel has so far been held under administrative detention without charge for one year.
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."