Screaming in the Dark: Life in Israeli Detention

Screaming in the Dark: Life in Israeli Detention

This report includes the testimony of Yaser al-Disi, Al-Haq's Media Officer who was detained in March 2002 during "Operation Defensive Shield," the Israeli attack against Palestinian towns throughout the West Bank undertaken to fight "terrorism." Al-Disi was in Al-Haq's office when it was raided by the Israeli military, and was subsequently arrested. Israeli authorities held him as an administrative detainee for three months, first in the Ofer military camp and later in Ansar 3 prison in the Negev. This tesimony describes his experiences, including meticulous details about the conditions under which he and thousands of other Palestinian men were held during this period.

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