Human Rights Violations of Palestinians from the Occupied Territories Working in Israel and the Settlements
September 1999
Separation of Palestinian Families in the Occupied Territories
Joint report with Ha'Moked - Center for the Defence of the Individual
July 1999
Human Rights Violations by Israel and the Palestinian National Authority Following the Murders in Wadi Qelt
Joint report with Law - Palestinian Society for the Protection of Human Rights and the Environment
July 1999

June 1999
Human Rights Violations Resulting from the Establishment and Expansion of the Ma'aleh Adumim Settlement
June 1999
The Status of Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
May 1999
Joint report with Hamoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual
March 1999

The report deals with Israel's refusal to return the bodies of Palestinians killed in various circumstances relating to the conflict, thus preventing their families from bringing them to burial. This policy constitutes collective punishment and contradicts international law. The report also emphasizes the great difference in how Israeli state and society respect their own dead and the disrespectful manner in which the State treats the bodies of Palestinians. Many of the bodies held by Israel are buried in a neglectful and demeaning way which also makes future identification very difficult.

March 1999
50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
December 1998