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193 detainees died in Israeli prisons since 1967IMEMC - `according to Abdul-Nasser Farawna, head of the Census Department at the Palestinian Ministry of Detainees, ?73 detainees died in Israeli prisons in the period between 1967 and December 1987, 120 detainees died in Israeli prisons during the first Intifada in the period between 1987 and December 1994, eight more detainees died in the period between 1994 and 2000. 70 more detainees died during the Al Aqsa Intifada in the period between September 28, 2000 and December 2007`31/12/2007
Court Criticizes State Attorneys for Submitting Erroneous Information on Gaza Electricity SupplyGisha - News Release - "The facts were not properly investigated," wrote the justices in today`s decision, and they ordered the state to complete the information in advance of a hearing in late January. "The course of events described above is puzzling," the justices said. 27/12/2007
Churches in Holy Land Latest Victims of Israeli Authorities` Travel Prohibitions Campaign for the Right of Entry/Re-Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territory(oPt) - As the world celebrates this holiday season, Israel is blocking clergy from reaching their churches and Christmas celebrations in Bethlehem and elsewhere in the Holy Land. These Israeli actions are in blatant violation of international humanitarian law, block the right for religions to practice in the Holy Land, and defy every notion of basic common sense. 27/12/2007
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Seven years of Intifada: 90% of criminal investigations of IDF soldiers closed without indictment Yesh Din - Data Sheet - "A 5-page Data Sheet released by Yesh Din reveals IDF failure to investigate and indict its soldiers involved in criminal offenses against Palestinian civilians in the Occupied Territories. IDF statistics, provided to Yesh Din at the organization`s demand, on results of Military Police investigations of criminal offenses in which IDF soldiers harmed Palestinians and their property since the beginning of the second Intifada in September 2000 until June 2007, show that some 90 percent of these investigation files were closed with no indictment." 20/12/2007
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Adalahs NewsletterAdalah - Newsletter - "Adalah is working to establish a group made up of Palestinian activists and academics from the homeland and the diaspora, as well as Jewish Israeli and international experts, in order to finalize the text of the Democratic Constitution. One of the suggestions under discussion is the transformation of the draft into a democratic constitution for a supranational regime in all of historic Palestine."20/12/2007
Gisha`s NewsletterSari Bashi - Gisha - In the face of an ever-tightening policy of closure and punishment in the Gaza Strip, Gisha`s work has proven increasingly relevant and crucial. Gaza`s borders have been closed since June 2007, the Israeli government began, in September, to implement punitive sanctions against its residents, and the economy and social institutions are paralyzed by the inability to receive and export basic goods. 20/12/2007
Seven years of Intifada: 90% of criminal investigations of IDF soldiers closed without indictment Yesh-Din Volunteers for Human Rights - "The data also show that out of the 239 investigations on killing and injury of Palestinian civilians not involved in the hostilities, only 16 resulted in convictions: less than 7 percent of the investigations on this matter."18/12/2007
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report, 28 November - 4 December 2007OCHA - "The IDF killed 18 Palestinians and injured 18 others in the Gaza Strip. Of the fatalities, 11 were killed due to four air strikes on the Khan Younis governorate. Two other air strikes on Central Gaza were carried out, one of which lead to the killing of three Palestinians" 13/12/2007
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