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The explosion in Gaza is coming

The constant fascist statements made by the Israeli enemy officials and the continued hostility began with the 12-year blockade and continued with the phenomenon of opening fire on the protesters, air strikes, the destruction of homes and vital facilities and factories, the burning of crops, the flooding of fishing boats, …

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Israel’s demolition of Al-Khan Al-Ahmar is a mini-Nakba

An attempt to remove a great tree that has deep roots is perhaps the closest analogy of what took place on Wednesday in Al-Khan Al-Ahmar. This is a Palestinian Bedouin gathering, east of Jerusalem, which the Israeli occupation forces tried to destroy by expelling the people by force after a …

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Mahmoud Abbas may well be shooting himself in the foot, but where is Fatah?

SHARES Share to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsAppShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to MoreAddthisMore It is no secret that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is experiencing an unprecedented political crisis, in light of the measures that the Trump administration is taking to impose a “peace” deal tailored to the Israeli occupation. …

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Netanyahu forms alliances to block European support for Palestine

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is working to get closer to countries in Central and Eastern Europe. In so doing the Israeli prime minister is seeking to form a pro-Israel alternative to the European Union, which includes countries that traditionally supported Israel but criticized its settlement policy in Palestinian occupied …

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“ We are building an accountable Palestinian Police force ”

As Head of the Police Advisory Section, Simon O’Connor supervises a team of 28 uniformed Police Advisers from the European Union Member States and Canada, as well as five civilian Palestinian nationals. “Our task is to advise and mentor the Palestinian Civil Police to enable their 8,500 officers to provide …

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Gaza boats will attempt to break Israel Navy siege on Tuesday

The Gaza Strip will set off a flotilla of ships on Tuesday in a bid to break the 12-year-long Israeli blockade on the Palestinian territory. “This trip will carry the hopes and dreams of the Palestinian people for freedom,” Salah Abdul-Ati, a member of a Palestinian committee tasked with breaking …

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View the Amnesty International Report 2017/18

Palestine (State of) 2017/2018 The Palestinian authorities in the West Bank and the Hamas de facto administration in the Gaza Strip escalated their restrictions on freedom of expression. In both areas, security forces tortured and otherwise ill-treated detainees with impunity. The authorities in the West Bank took punitive actions against …

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Palestinians ask ICC to investigate Israel human rights violations

Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Maliki today submitted a request asking the International Criminal Court to investigate alleged human rights violations linked to Israeli settlement policies. The application goes further than a 2015 request for prosecutors to examine alleged crimes in the region and could fast-track the process to a full …

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