The media office at the Nafha Society for Defending Human Rights and Detainees Rights reported on Thursday that Israeli Prison Authorities issued 30 administrative detention orders last week. The office added that one of the detainees, Zuhri Lubbada, who is suffering from a kidney failure, is among the detainees who received an extension to his administrative detention orders. Lubbada was kidnapped by the Israeli forces on May 15, 2008, and is currently in a bad health condition at the Al Ramla Prison Hospital.
Lubabada was deported to southern Lebanon in 1992, and in 1994 he was kidnapped by the army and was sentenced to two year.
The society also stated that detainee Adnan Hamarsha, 37, received three months extension to his administrative detention remand. Hamarsha is the oldest administrative detainees as he was kidnapped by the Israeli forces nearly five years ago and remains under administrative detention without any charges.
Hamasha was kidnapped on December, 28, 2003, and is currently at the Negev detention camp. His administrative detention orders were renewed more than 10 times and he is still barred from his visitation rights. Hamarsha is a father to six children.
Israeli is holding more than 10000 detainees including nearly 1000 who are imprisoned under administrative detention orders. Nearly 1000 detainees are sick and approximately half of them need surgeries but all are deprived from proper medical attention and treatment.