State: 3-year imprisonment of infiltrators is constitutional
The State delivered its response to the High Court of Justice appeal against the Infiltration Prevention Law, which allows detaining infiltrators without trial for three years. The response stated, "the harm to the right to freedom resulted by keeping an infiltrator in custody stands the test of past court decisions."


The State's response, which comes following a court order, also reads that "the law balances between the need to stop infiltrations and the settling of thousands of infiltrators in the Israeli society and economy, while creating adequate custody conditions subject to judicial review." (Aviel Magnezi)