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Hassan Karajah’s military court hearing

Tuesday, June 4th was the latest hearing in the case of the detained human rights defender Hassan Karajah. Before the hearing I met...
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Shackling the Scholar: Israel’s Administrative Detention of Palestinian Students

“They used to renew my detention the day before or the same day that I was supposed to get out. So every 6 months, I would face...
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Bulletin March 2013

The Jordan Valley The aim behind travelling to the Jordan Valley was to observe and research the standard of education and...
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Two students arrested

Two Birzeit University students have been arrested. One has a hearing tomorrow at Ofer military prison. No more details as of yet.
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23 year old student ‘kidnapped’ by Israeli military

Student ‘kidnapped’ from ‘Aaba village, near Jenin after house searched. Three towns were invaded by the IDF in one night.
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Israel’s repression of Palestinian students reached new level during Gaza attack

Right from the beginning of the latest Israeli attack on Gaza, Israel’s academic institutions displayed their boundless support of...
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A Silwan Story: Palestinian Child Arrested, Abused by Israeli Authorities and Barred From Finishing 9th Grade

Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) — Someone is pounding on the door. It is 3:45 a.m. The pounding gets louder. The father goes to...
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Hamas: PA arrests 63 Hamas supporters last month

WEST BANK, (PIC)– Hamas Movement confirmed in its monthly report that the Ramallah authority continues the policy of political...
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PA security rounds up seven Hamas supporters

WEST BANK, (PIC)– Palestinian authority’s security apparatuses rounded up seven Hamas supporters in five West Bank provinces,...
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Court extends remand of Jerusalemite child

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Magistrate court in occupied Jerusalem decided to extend the detention of a 12-year-old...
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