The frustration that Palestinians feel is comprehensible. In the end, when Israel responds to the launch of rockets from Gaza, it is the citizens that suffer the reaction. The same can be said about the military controls that complicate the free movement of Palestinians in the West Bank. A recurrent argument is that “thousands” of Palestinians are subject to “administrative arrests”. An authorized military commander can issue an order for the administrative detention lasting 8 days. Administrative arrests are subject to a judicial revision by a judge of a military court, and the rulings are subject to the Superior Court of Justice (a world-wide prestigious institution). The order is valid for up to 6 months but can be renewed. According to the numbers of the Penitentiary Authority of Israel, in December 2015 there were 584 detained Palestinians from the West Bank. Generally, the use of administrative detention is against Palestinians or Israeli Arabs that are suspects of terrorist activities, though also against Jews identified with the radical right-wing for acts of terror or instigation against Palestinians. Israel’s internal intelligence service (Shin Bet) explained that during 2018, 50 terrorist attacks were dismantled, planned from the West Bank (not from the Gaza of Hamas… from the West Bank of the Palestinian Authority). Israel suffers the dilemma of all western democracies: to stop terrorists as a preventive measure or to do so only after the attacks. Violence against Palestinians can be also seen in the destruction of olive trees. The magnitude of this phenomenon is lower but indisputable. During the period 2005-2009, 69 Palestinian suits were processed regarding this issue. The Israeli “establishment” and its media condemn such behavior. This author considers that all cases should end in having the Israeli aggressor in jail.