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If pandemic hits, unrecognized Bedouin villages could ‘become like northern Italy’

Denied basic services, the Naqab’s unrecognized villages are not equipped to deal with the coronavirus — and the Israeli government is not stepping in. By Oren Ziv| March 29, 2020 Bedouin women collect their belongings from the ruins of their demolished homes in the unrecognized village of Umm al-Hiran in the …

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Only the International Criminal Court in The Hague can restrain Israel – Opinion – Israel News |

The International Criminal Court in the Hague, Netherlands, February 6, 2020.Credit: Peter Dejong,AP In the summer of 2014 we killed over 500 Palestinian children in the Gaza Strip, in surgical strikes and so-called statistical bombings. Then-Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and then-Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Benny Gantz now head the …

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Khan al-Ahmar to ICC: this is our only chance to halt Israeli war crimes

By TOVAH LAZAROFF   MARCH 12, 2020 22:51 If the ICC denies jurisdiction “no criminal investigation will take place” for the “alleged and imminent grave crimes” The International Criminal Court should prioritize human rights over state rights when it rules on whether it has jurisdiction with regard to the Israeli-Palestinian …

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Twitter storm protests ICC delay in investigating Israel crimes – Middle East Monitor

Tension raises between Israeli police and Palestinians outside of Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound in Eastern Jerusalem on January 29, 2020 [Mostafa Alkharouf – Anadolu Agency] A “Twitter Storm” has been launched by a Palestinian rights organisation in response to the International Criminal Court’s decision to delay the investigation into Israel’s human …

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Bennett orders paving of ‘sovereignty road’ allowing uninhibited E1 construction

By Jacob Magid 9 March 2020, 1:22 pm TOPSHOT – This picture taken on January 28, 2020 from the town of Eizariya in the occupied West Bank shows a view of the settlement of Maale Adumim, Israel’s largest in the occupied territories. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / AFP) (Photo by …

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Netanyahu Promotes the Construction in E1.

25.2.20 Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s comments on 25 February 2020 that he gave a directive to deposit plans for 3,500 units in E1 imperils the two-state solution and crosses a red line on among Israel’s closest allies. E1 is the only land corridor connecting the northern and southern West Bank. …

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Merkel’s Defense of Israel’s War Crimes Undermines ICC & Rule of Law

February 17, 2020 German Chancellor Angela Merkel with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Photo: File) ByIqbal Jassat Shortly following her visit to South Africa, German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government made a shocking announcement in defense of Israel’s horrendous record of serious human rights violations.  Germany took the shameful form of …

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Khan al-Ahmar: Setting the record straight

By +972 Magazine |Published December 18, 2018 The story of Khan al-Ahmar has been told countless times in the media in recent months. The way it is being told, however, is chock full of misconceptions. Here’s the real story behind the embattled village. By Angela Godfrey-Goldstein A structure used to house …

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Bedouin event in London highlights challenge of balancing heritage with modernization

Resting after setting up a Bedouin tent for the Regional Gathering in Jordan. (Photo: Stamos Abatis for CCP) Short Urlhttps://arab.news/nppxt LONDON: An exhibition celebrating the cultural heritage of the Bedouin people living in Lebanon, Jordan and the Occupied Palestinian Territories opens in London on Wednesday.“Arab Bedouin: No Future Without Past” …

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