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HCJ 5591/02 - Yassin et al. v. Commander of the Ktziot Military Camp Ktziot Detention Facility et al.Judgment
Judgment | Judgment / Supreme Court | 18.12.2002
HCJ 5591/02 - Yassin et al. v. Commander of the Ktziot Military Camp Ktziot Detention Facility et al.Judgment
The HCJ denied the petition filed by several human rights organizations, among them HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual, regarding the conditions in which administrative detainees were being held, but mentioned that a number of matters raised in the petition still needed to be resolved, such as housing the detainees in tents and not buildings, the beds being close to the ground such that insects and bugs could come into the tent and climb on the detainees, the lack of a toilet bowl in the bathroom, and the lack of tables on which to eat. The Court held that the authorities failed to build sufficient facilities to house the number of persons who were anticipated to be detained in Operation Defensive Shield. The Court recommended that an “interim body,” affiliated with the detention facilities authorities and the HCJ, provide advice regarding the matters in the facility and supervise the conditions there, and that consideration be given to turning over responsibility for the detention conditions of administrative detainees from the army to the Prisons Service.
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The HCJ denied the petition filed by several human rights organizations, among them HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual, regarding the conditions in which administrative detainees were being held, but mentioned that a number of matters raised in the petition still needed to be resolved, such as housing the detainees in tents and not buildings, the beds being close to the ground such that insects and bugs could come into the tent and climb on the detainees, the lack of a toilet bowl in the bathroom, and the lack of tables on which to eat. The Court held that the authorities failed to build sufficient facilities to house the number of persons who were anticipated to be detained in Operation Defensive Shield. The Court recommended that an “interim body,” affiliated with the detention facilities authorities and the HCJ, provide advice regarding the matters in the facility and supervise the conditions there, and that consideration be given to turning over responsibility for the detention conditions of administrative detainees from the army to the Prisons Service.
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