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IOF soldiers beat up workers for refusing strip search

[ PIC 16/06/2012 – 07:18 AM ] JENIN, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) beat up a group of Palestinian workers for refusing to be strip searched at Jalama roadblock, north of Jenin, on Friday night, eyewitnesses said. They said that the soldiers told the eight workers, who had work permits, to take off their clothes […]

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Two workers seriously injured during IOF chase

[ PIC 17/05/2012 – 08:18 AM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Two Palestinian workers were injured when a wall fell over their head while escaping chase of Israeli occupation forces (IOF) near Beit Awa village in Al-Khalil, local sources said. They said that the two Ayman Abu Dhrei, 38, and Abdulfattah Masalma, 38, were taken to Al-Khalil […]

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50 Palestinian workers sentenced for working without permit

[ 05/05/2012 – 08:37 AM ] JENIN, (PIC)– Palestinian workers from the West Bank arrested for working in 1948 occupied Palestine without permit have been sentenced in summary trials over the past couple of days, the Palestinian prisoner’s association in Jenin said. The PPA said in a press release on Saturday that 50 Palestinian workers, […]

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27 laborers injured in intentionally by Israeli soldiers caused road accident

Maan News Agency | March 18, 2012 QALQILIYA (Ma’an) — Twenty-seven Palestinian laborers were injured in a West Bank road accident on Sunday, witnesses said. An Israeli military jeep hit a vehicle carrying the laborers near Qalqiliya, causing it to flip over, one of the workers told Ma’an. The military jeep intentionally hit the vehicle, […]

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Israeli police round up 21 Palestinian workers

Related: Palestinian ‘ghosts’ keep the Israeli economy moving [ PIC 09/02/2012 – 11:00 AM ] JENIN, (PIC)– Israeli police forces arrested 21 Palestinian workers from the Jenin province while working in number of villages in the Galilee on Thursday. The police said in a statement that the workers were working without permit and were carried […]

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Israeli force trains teens to catch Palestinian workers

Israel ratified the Optional Protocol of the ILO Convention 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour in July 2005.  Its declaration confirmed that the minimum age for voluntary recruitment was 17 and that no one under 18 could be posted to combat duty (armed duties) Country ID Israel | Report Paris Commitments – Febr […]

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Three workers retrieved after Gaza tunnels flooded

REFUSING TO DIE IN SILENCE – Video [ 27/09/2011 – 03:04 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Civil defense units retrieved Tuesday three workers who had gone missing after tunnels used to smuggle commodities from Egypt into the Gaza Strip were flooded with sewage water. On Monday, waste water was pumped into the tunnels from the Egyptian […]

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Palestinian Human Rights Worker Kidnapped In Iraq

  Wednesday September 21, 2011 22:32 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies The Palestinian Human Rights Foundation reported Wednesday that its representative in Iraq was kidnapped by gunmen wearing the attire of the Iraqi Ministry of Interior. The foundation said that, on Wednesday evening, Qusai Abdul-Raouf was on tour documenting the increasing attacks carried […]

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Police Arrests 54 Palestinian Workers in Israel

WAFA _ Sept 20, 2011 NAZARETH, September 20, 2011 (WAFA) – Israeli police Tuesday arrested 54 Palestinians from the West Bank who work in Israel, as part of its state of alertness in order to face the upcoming vote for the Palestinian bid in the United nations. Tel Aviv police raided workshops in Israel and […]

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Four workers injured in tunnel collapse in Rafah

[ 13/09/2011 – 10:10 AM ] RAFAH, (PIC)– Four Palestinian workers were injured Monday evening in the collapse of an underground tunnel on the Egypt-Gaza border, medics told the Palestinian information center. The collapse took place in the Salam district south of Rafah city, they added. Civil defense units managed to recover those injured and […]

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Jewish settlers attack Palestinian workers, Israeli forces arrest minor in OJ

[ 12/09/2011 – 08:51 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Jewish settlers sprayed a number of Palestinian workers in occupied Jerusalem’s Deir Yassin suburb with tear gas on Sunday, local sources reported. They said that four Palestinians, working for the Jerusalem municipality, were hospitalized in minor condition after the incident. Palestinian workers in the holy city […]

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Israeli police detain 150 Palestinian workers

[ 28/07/2011 – 10:18 AM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Israeli police forces arrested 150 Palestinian workers in cultivated lands in the Galilee north of Palestine occupied in 1948 on Thursday morning. The Israeli radio claimed that the workers were working in the fields without permit. The Israeli security forces daily storm areas where those workers usually […]

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Lieberman wants to eject Turkish workers amid showdown over ties with Turkey

[ 28/07/2011 – 11:25 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman wants to eject some 350 Turkish construction workers as Israel’s relations with Turkey have spiraled after the 2010 flotilla attack. Israeli ministers Ehud Barak and Lieberman have been at odds over whether to meet Turkey’s condition of an apology over the […]

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Israeli Troops and Police Arrest 27 Palestinian on Thursday

PNN – Palestine News Network – 28.07.11 – 12:05 Ramallah/Jerusalem – PNN – Palestinian sources announced that Israeli troops and police arrested 27 Palestinian civilians on Thursday. PNN Archive During pre-dawn raids targeting a number of West Bank communities, Israeli troops arrested nine Palestinian civilians; sources announced that the nine were from the Jordan valley […]

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Israel hires thousands of Romanian and Bulgarian workers in return for state pledges to oppose the recognition of a Palestinian state

Thursday, 14 July 2011 17:15| MEMO The Israeli government has announced that it will hire foreign labour to work in the settlement construction industry and to cope with an expected increase in settlement expansion projects in the West Bank. A press release issued by the Prime Minister’s office last night stated that during Israeli Prime […]

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