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Adalah Files Contempt of Court Motion against Israeli Authorities for Failing to Bus Bedouin Preschoolers

Preschool children in the Naqab Bedouin village of Al-Sira prepare to board a school bus during the brief period between March and June 2017 when the Education Ministry provided school transportation. (Photo by Khalil Al-Amor) Israeli authorities have twice violated a court decision to provide school buses for 3- and …

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The handsome Jew riding through the West Bank

Jewish colonialism is racing forward, self-confident, full of tools and tricks; its ability to repress and dispossess others knows no limits; and there is no responsible adult to say, ‘enough, no more.’ Amira Hass    In the beginning another Jewish family arrives with a herd and a mobile home and …

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EU urges Israel to rebuild demolished Palestinian classrooms

February 7, 2018 at 1:54 pm | Published in: EU, International Organisations, Israel, Middle East, News, Palestine European Union officials have urged Israeli authorities to rebuild recently demolished classrooms that served Palestinian children living in Abu Nuwar community in the central West Bank. On Sunday, Israeli occupation forces destroyed two, donor-funded classrooms, which provided an education for more …

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School Could Be Out Forever for These Bedouin Kids in the West Bank

Israel wants to demolish the school in Al Muntar, with alternatives located too far away for the children to attend. Residents believe they face expulsion because of expansion plans for an adjacent settlement  By Amira Hass – Feb 06, 2018 First- to sixth-graders from the Bedouin community of Al Muntar have …

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Al-Haq Launches Two Reports and a Documentary on Israel’s Discriminatory Policies in the Jordan Valley

Monday, 05 February 2018 10:36 On Wednesday 31 January 2018, Al-Haq organized an event for the launch of its two latest reports on Israel’s policies in the Jordan Valley. The event took place in the village of Al-Fasayel in the Jordan Valley and was attended by representatives from international diplomatic …

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Israel demolishes EU-funded Palestinian classrooms in occupied West Bank

It was the fifth time the school has been demolished since 2016, Palestinian officials said. Residents, with the help of non-government organisations and EU funding, reconstruct it each time Israeli authorities on Sunday tore down two EU-funded classrooms that were part of a school for Bedouins in the occupied West …

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Statement by acting Humanitarian Coordinator for the oPt, Roberto Valent, on the Israeli authorities’ destruction of donor-funded classrooms in the Palestinian community of Abu Nuwar

REPORT from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs 04 Feb 2018 I am deeply concerned by the Israeli authorities’ demolition this morning of two donor-funded classrooms (3rd and 4th grade), serving 26 Palestinian school children in the Bedouin and refugee community of Abu Nuwar, located in Area C on the …

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Editorial // Let the Bedouin Have Their Schools

A change is occurring in Bedouin society: Parents want their kids to study as much as possible. Israel’s High Court should show civic and democratic courage and block the demolitions of Bedouin schools in the West Bank Haaretz Editorial | Feb 04, 2018 12:41 AM The Tire School – which has been …

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