Join USPCN to #StopAD in Israeli Prisons!
In 2015, a record number of Palestinians have been held through Administrative Detention [AD] by the Israeli government.

Administrative Detention is a way for the Israeli government to hold individuals for an indefinite amount of time, without access to legal counsel, and under deplorable human rights conditions in Israeli jails. The Israeli government employs AD regularly as a way to silence anyone from youth to political dissidents who speak out against the 68 year long occupation of the Palestinian people and their land.

To date, there are 750 Palestinians held under Administrative Detention in Israeli jails.

On this Nakba anniversary, join the United States Palestinian Community Network [USPCN] to #StopAD and call for a release of all Administrative Detainees.

The Palestinian people have a right to speak out and resist the ongoing occupation and human rights abuses committed by Israel.

Join the fight to #StopAD -- sign your name to demand that Israel end the use of Administrative Detention!

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