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Fact Sheet: Israeli Surveillance & Restrictions on Palestinian Movement

Fact Sheet: Israeli Surveillance & Restrictions on Palestinian Movement

The Israeli government closely monitors the communications and movements of millions of Palestinians in the occupied territories (West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza), who have lived under Israeli military rule since 1967, and inside Israel, making Palestinians one of the most surveilled people in the world.

15 hours ago
Twenty Questions (and Answers) on Palestine/Israel:  A Political Guide for Elected Officials

Twenty Questions (and Answers) on Palestine/Israel:  A Political Guide for Elected Officials

about 2 weeks ago
Policy Analysis #3: Israel Is Not Eligible for Visa Waiver Program

Policy Analysis #3: Israel Is Not Eligible for Visa Waiver Program

about 2 weeks ago
Policy Analysis #2: Israel’s Colonization Solidifies One-State, Apartheid Reality

Policy Analysis #2: Israel’s Colonization Solidifies One-State, Apartheid Reality

about 2 weeks ago
Policy Analysis #1: The Importance of Reopening the US Consulate in Jerusalem

Policy Analysis #1: The Importance of Reopening the US Consulate in Jerusalem

about 2 weeks ago
Jerusalem: Palestinian man resists Israel order to self-demolish home News Roundup
Aseel Jundi, Middle East Eye

Jerusalem: Palestinian man resists Israel order to self-demolish home

Israel has given Nidal Rajabi until 13 October to demolish his own home in Silwan - he is refusing on principle

on October 4, 2021
Israeli troops kill Gaza man near border; army investigates News Roundup
Wafaa Shurafa, Associated Press

Israeli troops kill Gaza man near border; army investigates

Israeli troops shot and killed a 40-year-old Palestinian man in the Gaza Strip on Thursday as he was setting bird traps near the Israeli border, his family said. The military said it was investigating. The shooting came hours after two other Palestinians were killed in separate incidents in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank. The shooting in Gaza occurred just before noon, near the Bureij refugee camp.

on October 4, 2021
Refusing food, medicine or court hearings, Palestinians fight administrative detention News Roundup
Shatha Hammad, Middle East Eye

Refusing food, medicine or court hearings, Palestinians fight administrative detention

A dozen Palestinians imprisoned by Israel have been staging various forms of strike in protest of a policy denounced as violating their rights to fair trial

on October 1, 2021
Postcard from Bethlehem: culinary delights in the ancient city News Roundup
Heba Saleh, Financial Times

Postcard from Bethlehem: culinary delights in the ancient city

His food tours are on hold but chef Fadi Kattan is on a mission to preserve the traditions of Palestinian cuisine

on October 1, 2021