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Settler demand to keep Arabs off buses no surprise in light of the two separate legal systems for settlers and Palestinians in the Occupied Territories

Woman getting off a bus serving Palestinians only, Eyal Checkpoint. Photo: Baz Ratner, Reuters, 4 March 2013 Now that the Israeli prime minister has instructed the Minister of Defense to freeze the pi
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B’Tselem reiterates demand that military cease using dogs to attack civilians

Update: On 29 July 2013, the Office of the Military Advisor in Judea and Samaria informed B’Tselem that the complaints B’Tselem had submitted were under examination. Upon completion, B’Tselem would re
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Army set dogs on Palestinians trying to enter Israel to work without a permit

Update: On 1 January 2012, some six months after the incident, B’Tselem was informed that the MAG Corps had given instructions to launch an MPIU investigation. Yet, it was not until July 2012 that MPI
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Hebron District and its 680,000 residents under third day of closure: increasing reports of property damage in arrest raids

Hebron District and its 680,000 residents under third day of closure: increasing reports of property damage in arrest raids Israeli security forces must do all in their power to locate the abducted te
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B'Tselem Human Rights Review

B'Tselem's annual report on human rights in the Occupied Territories, covering the 16-month period from January 2009 to April 2010. The report surveys the events since the beginning of Operation Cast
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Crossing the Line

The report is a unique study on the infringement of the human rights of the tens of thousands of Palestinian workers staying in Israel without a permit.
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Standard Routine

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The voice of Muhammad Dababseh

Update : On 22 August 2011 the Department for the Investigation of Police notified B’Tselem that the case had been closed for lack of evidence. On 15 December 2011, Attorney Gaby Lasky filed an appeal
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30 June 2010: Security forces suspected of three cases of abusing Palestinians in recent months

Update: Ashraf A'mar - The two parallel cases that had been opened by the DIP and MPIU to examine the circumstances of the incident were closed upon conclusion of the investigations; Zidan a-Samamreh