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(DRAFT) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE FINDINGS OF THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE RUSSELL TRIBUNAL

Russell Tribunal on Palestine | Oct 16, 2012 PDF version   1. The fourth session of the Russell Tribunal continued its historic function of articulating civic protest and carrying the weight of insufferable conditions at a moment when the world society is facing its most incredible challenges. It should be noted that the UN Charter […]

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Summary of findings of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine

Russell Tribunal Cape Town Session | 7 November 2011 “May this tribunal prevent the crime of silence” Bertrand Russell, London, 13 November 1966 The Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RToP) is an international citizen-based Tribunal of conscience created in response to the demands of civil society (NGOs, charities, unions, faith-based organisations) to inform and mobilise public […]

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Israel’s military releases Itamar probe findings

Published May 29, 2011 |  20:19 Young Awarta residents clean up on 12 April 2011, after the most recent  Israeli home-to-home invasions in the village. [MaanImages/Rami Swidan] TEL AVIV (Ma’an) — Israeli forces operating to protect the Itamar settlement in the northern West Bank failed to “fully implement the defensible means available,” despite assessments that […]

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Hamas: Do not mix up between Goldstone’s personal positions and UN findings

04/04/2011 – 10:26 AM GAZA, (PIC)– The Hamas Movement said it rejects the confusion between the facts reached by the UN probe team about Israel’s war crimes in Gaza and Richard Goldstone’s personal and political positions and orientations. In a press release on Sunday, Hamas slammed Goldstone for bending to pressures that were exerted on […]

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Awaiting the next Israeli Whitewash: UN expert panel reports little progress in probe of possible Gaza war crimes

The Associated Press | Fri, 18 Mar 2011 14:43:00 CST GENEVA – A U.N.-appointed expert panel has reported little progress by either Israel or the Palestinians in investigating if war crimes occurred in 2009 in Gaza. A panel chaired by former New York Supreme Court Judge Mary McGowan Davis on Friday said Israeli authorities “significantly […]

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Knesset member calls Turkel Report “professional and moral scandal for Israeli judiciary”

Wednesday, 26 January 2011 12:00| MEMO Taleb El-Sana: The Turkel Report “A professional and moral scandal for the Israeli judiciary”. A member of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, has called the Turkel Report “a professional and moral scandal for the Israeli judiciary”. Taleb El-Sana MK, who heads the Arab Democratic Party, made his statement about the […]

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