Amiram Ben Uliel has been held in solitary confinement for almost seven years for a crime that he did not commit. The ONLY evidence connecting him to the crime is his torture-based confessions. In most democratic countries and in Jewish law, such confessions are not admissible as evidence.
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This is NOT a political issue!
This is NOT an issue of right or left!
This is an issue of HUMAN RIGHTS!
The following are three articles that provide an excellent background to the Supreme Court's decision on Ben Uliel's appeal.
Green-lighting torture in Israel: A tragic, unifying court decision by Prof. Ari Zivotofsky
Attorney Feldman: Supreme Court ruling authorizes confession by torture, a translation by Honenu of Attorney Avigdor Feldman's response to the Supreme Court's rejection of Ben Uliel's appeal