And they call themselves a 'human rights' organizationB'Tzelem is one of Israel's better known 'human rights' organizations. One of the things that they fight is 'administrative detention,' which is a remnant of the British Mandate that allows persons suspected of crimes to be held without trial for several months. In this video, you will see two interesting things about B'Tzelem.
First, you will see that B'tzelem managed to get the leader of the terror cell that carried out the Bat Yam bus bombing last month released from administrative detention just a few months ago.
And second, you will see that B'Tzelem only objects to administrative detention when 'Palestinians' are being detained. When Jews are detained - as has been happening regularly going back to the early protests against the 'peace process' in 1993-94 - B'Tzelem isn't interested.
Let's go to the videotape. Sorry Hebrew only.