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Endless Borders: Detaining Palestinians and Managing their Movements in the Occupied Territories

Abstract : This paper aims to show how judiciary and prison practices per se applied to Palestinians residents of the OPT (mainly to West Bankers but also to Palestinian Jerusalemites and Gazans) are main control devices that are contributing to shape a bordering system anchored on a specific ‘mobility regime’: how the prison system tied to military justice use arrests and detention to manage borders of the nation that are non-linear but have been multiplied, are partly dematerialized, mobile, “networked” and became both individualized and endless.
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Stephanie Latte Abdallah. Endless Borders: Detaining Palestinians and Managing their Movements in the Occupied Territories. Daniel Meier. In-Between Border Spaces in the Levant, Routledge, pp.100-121, 2021, 9780367632359. ⟨hal-03470082⟩

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