Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation authorities have extended the arbitrary imprisonment of a Palestinian man held without charge for the second time.
An Israeli court renewed the administrative detention of Wael Sebta, from Al-Issawiya village in occupied Jerusalem, for another four months without charge or trial.
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" in a stark violation of international humanitarian law.
The Israeli occupation is holding at least 1,016 Palestinians under administrative detention without charge, including six children and one woman, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Club.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces broke into the home of Palestinian detainee, Qasem al-Hindi who had his trial postponed until Tuesday, in Beit Hanina town in occupied Jerusalem.
According to the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, the Israeli occupation authorities extended the incarceration of Ibrahim al-Natsha, from occupied Jerusalem, until next Sunday.
An Israeli court also extended the detention of Salih al-Hadra and Adam Ghaith until next Thursday.
The Israeli occupation is holding around 4,900 Palestinian detainees, including 34 women and nearly 160 children, in inhumane and harsh conditions, according to Palestinian prisoners' rights organisations.