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Nine Years after the October 2000 Events, Demonstrators Suppressed in the Same Way Adalah - Press Release - The report reveals how the police, the prosecutors, the General Security Service (GSS or the “Shabak”), the courts and even certain academic institutions acted to use arrest and imprisonment as quick and easy tools to suppress protests by opponents of the military aggression, crushing the rights of Arab and some Jewish citizens of Israel to express their dissent. The new report is entitled “Prohibited Protest: How the Law Enforcement Authorities Limited the Freedom of Expression of Opponents to the Military Attacks on Gaza”. 23/9/2009
Palestinian Human Rights Organizations Support Work and Recommendations of UN Fact Finding Mission: Demand Effective Judicial Redress and the Protection of Victims’ RightsPalestinian Human Rights Organizations - In particular, the Mission noted that, “While the Israeli Government has sought to portray its operations as essentially a response to rocket attacks in the exercise of its right to self defence, the Mission considers the plan to have been directed, at least in part, at a different target: the people of Gaza as a whole.” 17/9/2009
GOLDSTONE`S REPORT United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict - PRESS RELEASE - The UN Fact-Finding Mission led by Justice Richard Goldstone on Tuesday released its long-awaited report on the Gaza conflict, in which it concluded there is evidence indicating serious violations of international human rights and humanitarian law were committed by Israel during the Gaza conflict, and that Israel committed actions amounting to war crimes, and possibly crimes against humanity.17/9/2009
Toronto Film Boycott and the dark secrets of Tel-Aviv`s past Jewish Voices for Peace - The Toronto International Film Festival`s choice of Tel Aviv for a celebratory spotlight precipitated protests and boycott calls, especially manifested in the Toronto Declaration signed by over 1,000 artists and filmmakers. This led to an intensive debate about the past of the city of Tel-Aviv, and the spotlight turned upon some historical dark spots which otherwise might not have gotten such attention. [Ed.] 15/9/2009
Israel`s war on Gaza killed 252 children, report claims : Israeli human rights agency challenges army`s figuresDonald Macintyre - The Independent - The first detailed casualty figures from an Israeli human rights organisation since the war ended puts the number of children under 16 killed in the offensive at 252 as opposed to the 89 cited by the military. B`Tselem says its fieldworkers gathered death certificates, photos, and testimonies relating to all 252 of the children. 10/9/2009
‘Targeted Civilians’ : a Comprehensive Report on the Israeli Military Offensive against the Gaza StripPCHR - According to PCHR`s documentation, 1,419 Palestinians were killed during the Israeli military offensive on the Gaza Strip. This number includes 1,167 non-combatants (82.2%) and 252 resistance activists (17.8%). The non-combatants include civilians and civil police officers who were not involved in hostilities, the protected persons of international humanitarian law. Investigations conducted by PCHR indicate that 918 civilians were killed (64.7% of the total number of victims). The civilian victims include 318 children (22.4 % of the total number of victims and 34.7% of the number of civilian victims) and 111 women (7.8% of the total number of victims and 12.1% of the number of civilian victims). According to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, at least 5,300 Palestinian were wounded during the offensive. This number includes at least 1,600 children (30%) and 830 women (15.6%); at least 2,430 children and women were wounded, 45.6% of the total wounded. 10/9/2009
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