Sarsak was granted released. Akram's ordeal continues.
"If Israeli officials cannot present evidence to support charges against (him), then (he and others uncharged) must be released immediately."
"Israel must end the appalling and unjust treatment of Palestinian prisoners, and the international community needs to raise its voice and take steps to end Israel's flagrant misuse of administrative detention."
Falk said he'd follow up on every Palestinian held uncharged and report to the Human Rights Council on July 2.
He's an outspoken Israeli critic. So are others like him unwilling to tolerate its appalling human rights abuses.
Under international law, they're crimes against humanity. Responsible officials must be held accountable. Impunity is no longer an option.
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