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September 2008

Separated Entities
Israel Divides Palestinian Population of West Bank and Gaza Strip

Israel is taking unilateral measures to institutionalize and perpetuate a new factual and legal reality of separation between residents of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, while severing the interdependent social, economic and cultural ties between the two groups,1 infringing their rights and impeding the possibility that the Palestinian people will realize their right to self determination.

December 2007

2007 Annual Report
Human Rights in the Occupied Territories

According to the report, the number of Israelis and Palestinians killed in clashes in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip dropped. However, there has been deterioration in many other measures of the human rights situation in the Occupied Territories.

May 2007

The Gaza Strip: One Big Prison

Despite the so-called “disengagement” in August 2005 and the recent internal violence, the Gaza Strip remains subject to Israeli control. This publication surveys the
various spheres of Israeli control in the Gaza Strip, and the implications
of this control. So long as Israel retains extensive control over Gaza, it cannot disengage from its responsibility.

September 2006

Act of Vengeance
Israel's Bombing of the Gaza Power Plant and its Effects

The report shows that most residents of the Gaza Strip continue to be cut off from electricity half of every day, with wide-ranging, adverse affects.

July 2006

Perpetual Limbo
Israel's Freeze on Unification of Palestinian Families in the Occupied Territories

The report focuses attention on the hundreds of thousands of Palestinians affected by the freeze on family unification that prevents Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza from living together with their spouses who are foreign residents, in the report Perpetual Limbo.

March 2005

One Big Prison
Freedom of Movement to and from the Gaza Strip on the Eve of the Disengagement Plan

For the past four and a half years, Israel has severely restricted freedom of movement to and from the Gaza Strip. These restrictions further strangled the Gaza Strip, so much so that the area resembles one gigantic prison. The report warns against Israel's attempt to avoid its responsibility toward residents of the Gaza Strip following disengagement.

March 1997

Israeli Settlement in the Occupied Territories as a Violation of Human Rights
Legal and Conceptual Aspects

May 1993

The Closure of the West Bank and Gaza Strip
Human Rights Violations Against Residents of the Occupied Territories

January 1993

Khan Yunis, December 1992