About 36 Palestinians have been granted detention by the Tel Aviv regime, says the Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS).
According to PPS lawyer Mahmmud Halabi on Sunday, the prisoners are detained in various Israeli prisons and imprisoned for three to six months.
Pointing out that the prisoners were detained without trial or accusation, Halabi added that 10 of the detainees received administrative detention orders for the first time while the rest received new orders.
More than 7,000 Palestinian prisoners are currently being held in about 17 Israeli prisons, several of which serve several life sentences.
It is estimated that between 500 and 700 Palestinian minors, some less than 12 years old, are arrested and tried before Israeli courts. The most common load is stone throw.
More than 500 detainees are under the so-called administrative detention, which is a kind of imprisonment without trial or indictment that can cause Israel to detain
Palestinians up to six months, expanding an unlimited number of times.
Some prisoners are held in administrative detention for up to eleven years without being charged against them.
Palestinian prisoners have constantly resorted to overt hunger strikes in an attempt to express their outrage over the detentions.