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Israel imprisons Palestinian tour guide

Daoud al-Ghoul works to expose seizure of Palestinian homes by Israeli settler groups in Jerusalem.

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To Host Peres Is to Welcome Racism and War Criminals Rolled In One

At a time when South Africa is grappling with the demon of racism, one expects that greater sensitivity will be displayed by the beneficiaries of apartheid towards its victims. Instead we find that individuals and groups of diehard racists keep emerging to inflict pain and humiliation upon this country’s black majority. Reversal of the degradation of decades of oppression, is not always ...

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Video: Hunger striker on brink of death remains defiant

Journalist Muhammad al-Qiq, held without charge or trial by Israel, has been on hunger strike since 24 November.

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Palestinian Authority arrests dissident professor

Abdel Sattar Qassem is an outspoken critic of security coordination with Israel.

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When Israel turns houses into jails

Minors in house arrest often prove so taxing and expensive an experience for families that some prefer prison.

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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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Israel forcibly treated hunger-striking journalist

Muhammad al-Qiq is losing consciousness as military court rejects appeal.

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Palestinian facing extradition takes refuge in Bulgaria embassy

Omar Nayef Zayed fled Israeli custody in 1990.

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Israeli forces killing “in cold blood,” Palestinian families say

Withholding of bodies makes independent investigation nearly impossible.

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Number of Palestinian children in Israeli prisons doubles

Children kept in filthy cells and denied adequate treatment for bullet wounds

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