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Restrictions on Movement - High Court orders opening of road closed to Palestinian travel for eight yearsB`Tselem - Justices do not nullify the policy prohibiting Palestinians to travel on some roads in the West Bank intended only for Israelis24/10/2009
The Economy of the Occupation 23-24: Academic Boycott of Israel Uri Yacobi Keller - AIC - "The involvement of Israeli academic institutions in the occupation takes many forms and scopes, and not all Israeli academic institutions can be said to be involved on the same scale. However, all main Israeli academic institutions are involved in the occupation. Indeed, all major Israeli academic institutions, certainly the ones with the strongest international connections, were found to provide unquestionable support to Israel’s occupation"24/10/2009
As the Academic Year Opens in Israel: 838 Students Still Trying to Leave Gaza for Study AbroadGisha - News Release - Once again, following the start of the academic year at many institutions of higher education around the world, some 838 Palestinian students are still waiting to leave Gaza to study abroad.The students cannot leave due to the Israeli-imposed closure of the Gaza Strip and the rigid criteria for exit via the Erez and Rafah border crossings.22/10/2009
One Month Later: COGAT Continues to Boycott Human Rights OrganizationsGisha - Tuesday, October 13, 2009: One month into the boycott, the Gaza District Coordination Office (DCO) continues to refuse to communicate with Israeli human rights organizations acting to assist Palestinians who wish to exit and enter the Gaza Strip for various reasons of a humanitarian nature. In a letter sent today by Gisha - Legal Center for Freedom of Movement, HaMoked Center for the Defence of the Individual, and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel to Osnat Mendel, head of the High Court of Justice Department at the State Attorney`s Office, the groups argue that the decision by the head of the DCO to cut ties with the organizations severely violates the right of the residents of Gaza to be represented before the competent authorities in Israel who have the exclusive power to grant or deny their requests:15/10/2009
UNICEF oPt Monthly UpdateUNICEF - A UN report released in September 2009 warns that Gazafs underground water system is in danger of collapse and points to very elevated levels of nitrates in drinking water. With UNICEF funding, Gazafs Coastal Municipality Water Utility is installing six desalination units at wells across Gaza. Each will serve up to 3,500 residents once completed at end]October. UNICEF also provides safe drinking water to 66 schools serving around 50,000 students. Under the Israeli blockade, now entering its 28th month, cement, pipes, and other material for reconstruction are banned from entering Gaza.15/10/2009
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Through Women`s Eyes: Report on the Gender-Specific Impact and Consequences of Operation Cast Lead AIC - "The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) has released ‘Through Women’s Eyes’ in order to highlight the gender-specific impact of Operation Cast Lead and the illegal Israeli closure. As a result of the patriarchal nature of Palestinian society, women in the Gaza Strip—victims of ‘peacetime’ discrimination—are particularly susceptible to the marginalization, poverty, and suffering brought about as a result of armed conflict and occupation. Israeli attacks result in often ignored gender-specific consequences. PCHR has chosen to allow these consequences, and the reality of life after the offensive, unfold through the victims words"5/10/2009
Prohibited ProtestAbeer Baker and Rana Asali - Adameer - The report shows how the police, the State Prosecutor`s Office and General Security Services (GSS or Shabak, the courts and even certain academic institutions made arrest the easiest and fastest method of supressing the protest against the military operations.1/10/2009
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