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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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Landmark boycott victory as G4S says it is leaving Israel

Palestinians welcome major win, but warn that the security and incarceration firm’s role in Israel’s abuses continues

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Muhammad al-Qiq ends 94-day hunger strike in deal with Israel

Israel has agreed to release the Palestinian journalist a month early from administrative detention, which will not be renewed.

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PA collaborates with Israel’s torture agency

Palestinians locked in coackroach-infested, grave-like cells and fed rotten food at Israeli torture center.

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When Israel’s bulldozers escape our attention

Underreported, but not unobserved: Israeli demolition strategy is broad and unforgiving.

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Israel bars family from visiting gravely ill hunger striker

B’Tselem says Israel is holding Muhammad al-Qiq with no lawful authority and must release him immediately.

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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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Biggest Israeli demolition in a decade leaves 100 homeless

Some 1,000 people could be left homeless if Israeli demolitions in Masafer Yatta are not halted.

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Hunger-striking Palestinian journalist can no longer speak

In a written statement from his hospital bed Muhammad al-Qiq says he’s “paying the toll of a racist Israeli policy.”

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Palestinian youths get 15 years in prison for stone throwing they denied

The five known as the Hares boys say they were tortured by Israeli forces.

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