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Executed at point-blank range Yumna Patel Mweiss 02/12/2022 A Palestinian man was shot and killed by an Israeli border police officer at point blank range on Friday evening in the northern occupied West Bank town of Huwwara in what is being described as an “execution” on social media. Read more Back to Briefing Papers Gaza’s firefighters […]
Dispossessed before the Nakba Marc M Junyent Mondoweiss 07/11/22 Was the right of return for Palestinians born with the Nakba in 1948, or is it actually older? These are some of the crucial questions Nadim Bawalsa addresses in his recently published work, Transnational Palestine: Migration and the Right of Return Before 1948. Bawalsa, a historian by training, is currently […]
Palestinians killed in escalation of violence Maureen Clare Murphy EI 05/10/2022 A United Nations human rights expert said on Thursday that she was “extremely alarmed by the escalation of violence” in the West Bank, where Israeli forces have killed five Palestinians since the beginning of October. . . . . Settlers blocked roads and threw […]