Note: this page is not exhaustive. It is a fairly random collection of written pieces and films that happen to have come to our attention since this website was set up. There are plenty more where these came from, e.g. the national PSC's factsheets

Documentary evidence
- Children in Israeli detention

Defense for Chidren International: WATCH: After arrest and transfer, Palestinian children in Israeli military custody undergo pre-trial interrogation.
B'Tselem: Hebron Routine
B'Tselem: New report by B’Tselem and HaMoked on detention of Palestinian teens in East Jerusalem: Israel systemically abuses minors, denies their rights
Medical Aid for Palestinians: New infographic shows the occupation’s threats to mental health
Defense for Children International: Detaining Dreams
Defense for Children International: No Way to Treat a Child, Palestinian children in the Israeli military detention system
UNICEF: Children in Israeli Military Detentio
Middle East Monitor: The reality of Palestinian children in Israeli jails
Defense for Children International: Bound, blindfolded and convicted
F & CO: Children in military custody
No Legal Frontier: All Guilty!

- Other
Visualizing Palestine: A number of visuals, with numbers, of the situation in Palestine

Breaking the Silence: “No problem, beat them up – but do it behind some wall.” 
UN ESCWA: Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid: Palestine and the Israeli Occupation, Issue No. 1

Euro-Med Monitor for Human Rights: Gaza...100 thousand hours of isolation
Middle East Monitor: Israeli officials admitted Geneva Conventions violations, secret documents reveal
Unison: UNISON delegation to Palestine3-9 April, 2016
Addameer: 10 Facts about Administrative Detention
PSC: Article by Ben White: Why Israel is an apartheid state
IMEMC: PCHR Report on Israeli Human Rights Violations in the oPt (23 – 29 June 2016)
Defence for Children International: Operation Protective Edge: A War Waged on Gaza's Children
Adalah: Discriminatory Laws in Israel
IMEMC: Joint Declaration by International Law Experts on Israel’s Gaza Offensive
Independent: As an ex-soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces, I've seen how shockingly we treat Palestinians
Human Rights Watch: Israel: Serious Violations in West Bank Operations
Mursad Qureshi AM: Palestine is occupied, lest we forget
CAABU: Palestinian Detainess: No security in injustice
Mondoweiss: Identity Crisis: The Israeli ID system and the segregation of Israel/Palestine
Corporate Watch: Avoiding accountability: Life in Ramleh prison hospital
Chat2Gaza: Studying under siege: the experiences of a Gaza student
PLO: Israeli violations since the resumption of negotiations (July 30, 2013 - March 16, 2014)

Film evidence
The Son of An Israeli General Speaks Out On Justice For Palestine
Decoding Israel/Palestine: Apartheid
The impact of the Barrier on access to health: The case of Ahmad Ayyad in Abu Dis
Russell Tribunal: Eran Efrati on how the IDF operated inside Gaza
Israel's New Racism: The Persecution of African Migrants in the Holy Land
You thought UKIP was borderline racist? They're pussycats beside the Israelis. And this is nothing (much) to do with the Palestinians.
Former hunger striker Samer Issawi speaks
Mahmoud Sarsak Tells His Story To The UK
Mahmoud Sarsak was arrested on 22nd July 2009 by the Israeli Forces as he was travelling from Gaza to play football for his new professional club, Markaz Balata. Mahmoud, who was 22 years old at the time, was a member of the Palestinian national football team and had obtained permission to travel through Erez checkpoint and enter the West Bank.
He was imprisoned by Israeli authorities for more than 3 years without trial. He was released on 10 July 2012 after 90 days on hunger strike.
G4S: Securing war crimes
Stone Cold Justice Four Corners
A joint investigation by Four Corners and The Australian newspaper reveals evidence that shows the army is targeting
Palestinian boys for arrest and detention. Reporter John Lyons travels to the West Bank to hear the story of children who claim they have been taken into custody, ruthlessly questioned and then allegedly forced to sign confessions before being taken to court for sentencing.
He meets Australian lawyer Gerard Horton, who's trying to help the boys who are arrested, and talks to senior Israeli officials to examine what's driving the army's strategy.
The program focuses on the stories of three boys. In two cases the army came for the children in the middle of the night, before taking them to unknown locations where they are questioned.

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