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Palestinian human rights defenders condemn execution by Hamas

Resistance group says it killed 35-year-old Mahmoud Ishteiwi for “behavioral and moral excesses that he confessed.”

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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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Palestinian Authority arrests dissident professor

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

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Palestinian Authority officer turns his gun on Israel

Israel’s army has relied on PA security forces to suppress resistance.

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Muhannad Halabi: A terrorist to Israel, a hero to his family

The law student instigated an uprising and paid his life for it.

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Killings of Palestinians in West Bank hit 10-year high

First days of 2016 see no let up as five Palestinians and three Israelis are slain.

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Delinking the Palestinians

Fear of a Palestinian uprising is driving Arab and Muslim normalization with Israel.

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“We’re being stripped of our dignity”: Gaza workers not paid for seven months

Why is Mahmoud Abbas making trips to Paris when his own people are struggling to cope?

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Why is the Palestinian Authority arresting trade union leaders?

Striking workers have been threatened with loss of pay by the Palestinian Authority.

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Denying our right to return is an offense against justice

My family was forced to leave Palestine in 1948; I was forced to leave Syria 64 years later.

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