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Gaza man faces deportation from France for refusing to become informant

French crackdown disproportionately targeting Muslims, letfists, says Amnesty.

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Netanyahu’s hypocritical condemnation of videotaped Hebron execution

Scenes like that of soldier firing at head of immobilized Palestinian happen on a regular basis.

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Video: Palestinian hunger striker’s wife makes urgent plea

Amnesty International calls on Israel to urgently facilitate transfer of Muhammad al-Qiq to Ramallah hospital.

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UK threatens to fine town halls that boycott Israel

Public bodies boycotting Israel could be fined.

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Palestinian teen faces indefinite Israeli detention

Jerusalem teen Muhammad al-Hashlamoun, 17, has been ordered held without charge by Israel’s defense minister.

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Palestinian journalist, threatened with death, seeks asylum in Belgium

Abdelsalam Abunada has been campaigning against a law that would give the Palestinian Authority greater powers of censorship.

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Demands grow on Israel to release circus teacher for disabled children

Mohammad Abu Sakha has been in administrative detention since December.

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Israeli court refuses to release hunger striker on brink of death

Muhammad al-Qiq’s organs are at risk of failure any day, says Palestinian prisoner’s legal team.

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Israeli weapons aid potential genocides in Myanmar and Burundi

When other countries impose weapons bans on regimes that commit atrocities, Israel sniffs an opportunity.

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Proposed change to French constitution likened to Nazi-era policy

Amnesty has warned that entrenching emergency measures ”would put many people at even greater risk of human rights violations.”

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