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The Israel Broadcasting Authority banned a radio broadcast made by the human rights organization B'Tselem about children killed in Gaza, claiming its content was politically controversial. On Wednesday the IBA again censored the clip, after
B'Tselem has discovered that the Israeli military included the al-Wafaa rehabilitative hospital in a-Shuja'iyeh neighborhood in the demand it issued to residents of the a-Shuja'iyeh and a-Zeitun neighborhoods to evacuate their homes by today, July 16,
a total of 13 individuals, including eight children. This total does not include the two Palestinians charged with the attack, Ziad Awwad and his son Iz a-Din, who are in Israeli custody. In its petition to the High Court of Justice, seeking to have
Deliberate targeting of civilians undermines all moral, legal and human principles. The deliberate killing of civilians is defined as a grave breach of international humanitarian law, and cannot be justified, regardless of the circumstances.
B'Tselem cautions the security forces to avoid harming the innocent Palestinian population, or abusing the public atmosphere in Israel with the discovery of the bodies, to impose collective punishment, as was done in the past two weeks as part of the
Israeli soldier arrests and beats Palestinian child Lawyer for the Ministry of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, Hiba Masalha, has declared that the number of Palestinian children in Israeli jails has increased to 250. The reason behind the
West Bank (AP) Two rights groups say preliminary autopsy findings show a Palestinian teen killed during a lull in a confrontation between stone throwers and Israeli soldiers was killed by live bullets. The Israeli military has denied use of live
The village's approximately ninety residents earn their living as shepherds and farmers...The village is cut off from any regular water supply despite its proximity to a Mekorot (Israeli national water company) pump (Beqa'ot 2), which provides water
Crowding construction without permits demolition orders Published: 25 Nov 2013 The village of Qibyah...With the growth of population in the village, land available for building became scarce and very expensive, and housing density increased.
Hassan a-Taber, 47, of Beitillu, was killed on 29 July 2012 when police officers and a security guard at a-Za'ayem Checkpoint near Jerusalem fired at the van driving him and other laborers without work permits into Israel. The shooting was