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The quiet population transfer that dares not speak its name ~ by Yossi Gurvitz

A quiet phenomenon has been taking place over the last decade: the quiet dispossession of the Palestinians from their lands, which in turn increases their despair and leads them to abandon their villages. All this is done in our name and with our funds, but the government makes certain Israelis remain ignorant of the facts. […]

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Yesh Din: ‘Price tag’ attackers hit West Bank town of Yasouf for second time

 +972blog | Published February 19, 2013   With the active and passive support of the IDF, Shin Bet and police, the terrorists have already won by continuing their attacks with impunity. By Yesh Din, written by Yossi Gurvitz Yesterday morning a “price tag” pogrom took place in the Palestinian village of Yasouf. If the name […]

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VIDEO | Caught on Camera: Israeli troops’ violations against Urif village

[ PIC 08/02/2013 – 07:53 PM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– Israeli human rights organization Yesh Din published a videotape documenting Israeli soldiers violations against Palestinian citizens in the village of Urif, adjacent to Nablus (northern West Bank). The videotape, which was published on Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper website today, depicted Israeli soldiers while they were disturbing the […]

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Criminal accountability for IDF soldiers: A baseless system

The most significant fact in our new fact sheet about law enforcement on the IDF soldiers in the Occupied Territories, is that although 240 complaints were registered in 2012, they resulted in not a single indictment. Such may be presented in the coming years based on the complaints of 2012, but so far the percentage […]

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Children not exempt from widespread torture in Israeli detention

  The Electronic Intifada| 6 July 2011 Omar Alaaeddin, 25, a Palestinian from the village of al-Maasara, a day after his release by Israeli forces on 23 March 2010. He has been arrested and beaten for several hours. (Anne Paq /ActiveStills) Sleep-deprived and suffering from a broken leg, 16-year-old Muhammad Halabiyeh endured days of torture at […]

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