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Life of journalist Muhammad al-Qiq, administrative detainee on hunger strike for 65 days, in danger

Update: According to media reports , Muhammad al-Qiq and the Israeli authorities reached an agreement whereby al-Qiq would now end his 93-day hunger strike. He was released from administrative detenti

3 appeals submitted regarding closure of 3 investigations of police officers

Update: On 1 May 2013 Adv. Gaby Lasky was informed by the Appeals Dept. at the State Attorney’s Office that the appeal filed on behalf of Philip Andrew Trotter had been reviewed by the Deputy State At

Background on demonstrations in villages near Bethlehem

Several demonstrations are held on a weekly basis in villages near Bethlehem to protest the expropriation of lands and the fact that lands have been isolated on the “Israeli” side of the Separation Ba

Background on the demonstrations at a-Nabi Saleh

Demonstrations at a-Nabi Saleh began in December 2009 to protest the takeover by settlers, probably from Halamish, of the al-Qus spring and other village-owned land. The Israeli military and border po

Background on the demonstrations in Bil’in

Bil’in is a symbol of the popular protest against the Separation Barrier. The weekly Friday demonstrations in Bil’in began in February 2005. At the same time, the villagers petitioned Israel’s High Co

Background on the demonstrations in Budrus

Demonstrations against the Separation Barrier, Budrus. Photo: Aisha Mershani, Feb. 2004. ( ) The village of Budrus pioneered the popular demonstrations against the proposed route

Israeli military bombed the buildings housing the offices of Al-Quds TV and Al-Aqsa TV, 18 Nov. 2012

On November 18, 2012, at 2 am, an Israeli aircraft struck the offices of Al-Quds TV, located on the 11th and top floors of the Shawwa- Husari Building in Gaza City. The same building hosts the offices
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NGO law will not apply to Breaking the Silence and B’Tselem

Two days after the coalition passed a law aimed at hurting Breaking the Silence and B’Tselem by ostensibly preventing them from meeting with high school students, the two organizations announce today