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February 25, 2014

In Hebron, terror begets a reign of terror

Who do you turn to for redress when your city is occupied by a military force that gives violent settlers almost complete impunity? The roots of segregation in Hebron and Baruch Goldstein’s massacre of 29 Palestinian worshipers. continue reading ›
February 10, 2014

Stone Cold Justice

The Israeli army is both respected and feared as a fighting force. But now the country's military is facing a backlash at home and abroad for its treatment of children in the West Bank, occupied territory. continue reading ›
January 19, 2014

WATCH: Where kids are arrested for not having a mailbox

The occupation doesn’t only takes its toll on Palestinian adults; in even more ways, it affects Palestinian children. In occupied East Jerusalem, children as young as six are snatched from their beds or on their way to or from school in order to give testimony or be questioned. continue reading ›
January 2, 2014

For first time, Palestinians acquitted of stone throwing

Military judge cites discrimination after police fails to bring settler involved in the clashes to court. continue reading ›
December 16, 2013

For Arab citizens, Israeli government suffers from split personality

Ten years after the Or Commission was formed to investigate the deaths of 13 Arabs protesters at the hands of Israeli police, the government is taking contradictory steps toward implementing its findings. continue reading ›
September 1, 2013

British writers back Palestinian villagers against Israeli army

Ian McEwan, John le Carré and Julian Barnes are among British authors backing impoverished Palestinian villagers against Israeli army attempts to evict them to make way for a shooting range. continue reading ›
August 18, 2013

Masked men attack Palestinian shepherd near West Bank outpost

The Ramat Migron outpost is identified with young, extreme right-wing settlers known as the hilltop youth. In recent years, several Palestinians have been attacked and property destructed in the area. continue reading ›
August 1, 2013

Israel: Eviction of 1,300 Palestinians necessary to save IDF time, money

State responds to two High Court petitions to stop planned evacuation of eight villages in south Hebron hills. continue reading ›
July 31, 2013

IDF legal adviser: Detention of 5-year-old Palestinian boy was legitimate

Detention of child in Hebron meant to 'thwart a security threat,’ IDF's legal adviser says, but adds that soldiers erred in detaining boy’s father; B'Tselem: Soldiers committed 'grave errors.' continue reading ›
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