|A call for an end to the double interrogation|
[August 2013] - A military court judge recently handed down a verdict in the case of a 15-year-old Palestinian boy accused of throwing stones in the West Bank. In the course of the hearing, evidence emerged that during the police investigation a number of boys were threatened with physical violence unless they implicated the accused.
|New York Times article hints at equal rights|
[August 2013] - The New York Times recently published an article about stone-throwing Palestinian boys from Beit Ummar, a Palestinian village in the West Bank near Bethlehem ("In the West Bank Culture of Conflict, Boys Wield the Weapon at Hand" (4 August 2013)).
|Military justice - Paying lip service to the rule of law|
[July 2013] - On Monday, 15 July, an Israeli military court judge handed down a verdict in the case of a 15 year-old Palestinian boy accused of throwing stones at Israeli cars during a demonstration in the West Bank. Nery Ramati, a lawyer with Gaby Lasky and Partners, represented the boy in Ofer Military Court.
|UK lawyers' report: one year on|
[June 2013] - In 2012 a delegation of senior lawyers from the UK published a report reviewing the law and practice applicable to children prosecuted in the Israeli military court system. The Foreign Office funded report - Children in Military Custody - found undisputed evidence that the system violated international law in a number of respects.