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Police treatment of boys violates the law' 12/13/2010 06:09 Report slams mistreatment of rock-throwing Silwan boys; Police say they must maintain public order and defend the peace. When 15-year-old Silwan resident Mahmoud Jamal Tufiq Gnaith was
Israel's army said on Thursday it had used potentially lethal teargas grenades of a type banned by its rules, but promised it would never happen again. Their use was brought to light originally by a rights group which said in its findings that some
Right-wing organizations Im Tirtzu and Yisrael Beiteinu will march alongside left-wing ones like B'Tselem and Gush Shalom in Tel Aviv on Friday to mark International Human Rights Day. The march, which has taken place in Israel only once before, is
Polls Open Despite Boycott, Fraud Allegations Defense/Middle East 21:35 Polls opened in Egypt for the second round of parliamentary elections despite opposition boycott.
56 12/03/2010 NGO Monitor web site (ngo-monitor.org) says it "was founded to promote accountability, and advance a vigorous discussion on the reports and activities of NGOs claiming to promote moral agendas, such as humanitarian aid and human rights."
Controversial Tape Naalin shooting incident Photo: B'Tselem Video of 2008 incident will undergo forensic testing after legal team disputes its authenticity Naama Cohen-Friedman The police are expected to give the tape, which shows Staff Sgt...
Writing that article reminded of an article I read some time back, written by Caroline Glick about attacks on Jewish archaeologists. The article centered around a man called David Be'eri, the founder and head of the "Ir David Foundation". He began
09 11/10/2010 An October B'Tselem/HaMoked, Center of the Defence of the Individual report, titled "Kept in the Dark: Treatment of Palestinian Detainees in the Petach-Tikva Interrogation Facility of the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet)" is discussed
The report by B'tselem and Hamoked organisations was based on testimonies taken from 121 Palestinians held in the facility...Nine per cent said interrogators had used violence against them. In the interrogation rooms, detainees were kept bound to a
Israel's internal security service violated the human rights of Palestinian detainees, two leading Israeli rights groups said in a report issued Tuesday. The report said the Palestinians are held in cramped, filthy cells, some with no windows and