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Occupation, Colonialism, Apartheid: A re-assessment of Israel’s practices in the occupied Palestinian territories under international lawAdalah - Executive Summary - Professor Dugard posed the question: "Israel is clearly in military occupation of the OPT. At the same time, elements of the occupation constitute forms of colonialism and of apartheid, which are contrary to international law. What are the legal consequences of a regime of prolonged occupation with features of colonialism and apartheid for the occupied people, the Occupying Power and third States?" 29/5/2009
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West Bank Movement and Access UpdateOCHA - The present report provides analysis and figures addressing the main developments and trends in the system of internal movement and access restrictions, implemented by the Israeli authorities in the period between September 2008 and end of March 2009. This system comprises a combination of physical obstacles (e.g. checkpoints, roadblocks, the Barrier) and administrative and legal measures (e.g. prohibitions, permit requirements, annexation) restricting Palestinian vehicular and pedestrian access throughout the West Bank, including East Jerusalem.28/5/2009
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Guilty - Membership and Activity in Unlawful Associations. Military Courts 2008 Booklet by a women`s human rights organization CourtWatch. "Over the years, thousands of Palestinians have been detained and charged with maintaining ties to an organization, institute, office, movement, branch, center, committee, faction, group, or whatever the law defines as "a body of persons" branded "hostile" or "terrorist"... It is difficult to imagine anyone able to defend themselves against suspicion of this offence, how much more so a Palestinian at the mercy of the Occupation.Download pdf document 720 kB.23/5/2009
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PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS : 29 APRIL-5 MAY 2009OCHA - Latest developments since Tuesday, 5 May: On 6 May, a Palestinian was killed by Israeli forces in the H2 area of Hebron city near the Ibrahimi Mosque in still unclear circumstances . • An Israeli soldier was killed on 7 May during a military operation near Ramallah City. The circumstances of the incident are still unclear. 14/5/2009
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The Humanitarian Monitor : April 2009OCHA - The basic right of many Palestinians to human dignity continued to be undermined during April. In the West Bank, over 100 Palestinians, including many children, were displaced when their homes were demolished by the Israeli authorities for lack of permit, an over two-fold increase in displacement compared to March 2009. Hundreds of additional Palestinian homes were raided and searched by the Israeli army in the course of over 350 search operations throughout the West Bank. In addition, there was a 40% increase in the number of Palestinian conflict-related injuries, compared to the 2008 monthly average. Nearly half of these injuries occurred during incidents of Israeli settler violence, which is on the rise in the West Bank.21/5/2009
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OCHA Report - Protection of Civilians, 29 April-5 May 2009 11/5/2009
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State Attorney’s Office to police: Forbidden to fire tear-gas canisters directly at demonstratorsB`Tselem - the State Attorney`s Office has ordered the Police to review its guidelines for dispersing demonstrators. The order comes in the wake of the death of Bassem Abu Rahma, a Palestinian who was demonstrating in Bi’lin, and of injuries suffered by a number of other demonstrators recently. B`Tselem welcomes the State Attorney’s Office’s directive, which follows requests by B`Tselem to stop firing tear-gas canisters directly at persons. The real test, however, is whether the directive is implemented in the field7/5/2009
Shrinking Space: Urban Contraction and Rural Fragmentation in the Bethlehem GovernorateOCHA - This report on the Bethlehem governorate documents how the central-urban core is constricted by a combination of Israeli infrastructure, including the Barrier, settlements and settlement outposts. In the eastern governorate, administrative restrictions (Area C, closed military areas and nature reserves) also limit the potential for urban expansion, grazing, and for planning and development at the governorate level. 7/5/2009
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Who Profits from the Occupation : International Investment in the OccupationCoalition of Women for Just Peace - The economic interests in the Israeli occupation of Palestine are not exclusive to Israeli corporations. In a global economy, international corporations and investors are heavily involved in the manifold economy of the occupation. In our research we try to expose the economic connections of owners and investors in Israel and abroad to the daily workings of the occupation, to make hidden economic interests more accessible to public scrutiny and to appeals for public accountability.14/5/2009
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