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Denial Right to Movement
Thousands of Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip are deprived of identity documents, depriving them further from the right to movement and hence deteriorating their living conditions.  It is an imposition on Palestinians of living circumstances calculated to cause their psychological or physical deterioration or destruction. Zahra Abu Alwan, 75, left the Gaza Strip with...
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“The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the depth of the Israeli apartheid regime.” However, Palestinians have long lived under the apartheid regime.  Some of the daily ‘inhuman acts’ that Palestinians are subjected to are demonstrated through the recent incident with the five Palestinian children.   Palestinian children between the ages of 8 and 13 were detained by the...
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Israel continues to inflict serious bodily and mental harm on Palestinians by infringing their under 13’s kids freedoms and arresting them for picking wild flowers (akoub).  A clear inhuman act of apartheid that resulted in five children arbitrarily arrested.  “The kids were caught off guard and had no idea what was happening to them and...
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“Over decades, in tours and activism on the West Bank with organizations like The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions, I had witnessed disturbing realities that impacted me profoundly: the demolition of Palestinian homes, the expropriation of Palestinian land for Jewish settlements, olive orchards uprooted by settlers, and Palestinians evicted from homes in Jerusalem that they...
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How is President Trump’s plan to solve the Israeli Palestinian conflict being received on the ground? The BBC’s Middle East correspondent Tom Bateman went to visit two homes in the occupied West Bank; starting with a Palestinian family whose house is in a fenced off enclave within an Israeli settlement. Israel has said it intends...
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  Today, Israeli authorities maintain a single regime of control over the borders, airspace, population registry and economic activity of the territories of Israel, West Bank and Gaza. 
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Israel says it built the separation wall for security reasons to keep Palestinians from the occupied West Bank out of Israel. So why does 85% of the wall run inside the West Bank, rather than on the border with Israel? And how has it affected Palestinian communities?
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The United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian Territory occupied since 1967, Michael Lynk, has warned that the recently-announced US plan "is not a recipe for a just and durable peace but rather endorses the creation of a 21st century Bantustan in the Middle East" consisting of "scattered archipelagos...
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"[T]he Committee draws the State party’s attention to its general recommendation 19 (1995) concerning the prevention, prohibition and eradication of all policies and practices of racial segregation and apartheid, and urges the State party to give full effect to article 3 of the Convention to eradicate all forms of segregation between Jewish and non-Jewish communities...
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“Israel has created an institutionalised regime of racial domination and oppression over the Palestinian people as a whole, using the strategic fragmentation of the indigenous Palestinian people and of the oPt as a main tool for the maintenance of its apartheid regime, which predates its ratification of ICERD and is rooted in the foundational laws...
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