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Fencing Beit Jala

    The Israeli Occupation Forces IOF closed recently the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) strengthening by that the siege around the Palestinian cities and villages mainly Bethlehem, Abu Dis and


Homeless in Rafah

    Rafah camp was established in 1949 after the influx of refugees to the Gaza Strip from the territories of historic Palestine which were occupied by Israel after the


Impact of the Segregation Wall on Jalbun village – Jenin Governorate

  Background The village of Jalbun is located 12 km to the east of Jenin city close to the green line. The population of the village is estimated at 2500


Victims of the Israeli Segregation Wall: A Humane Perspective

  While calls for unification and open boarders are on the rise, the Israeli occupation forces are fashioning new means to suffocate and repress Palestinians for their so claimed ''security''.

Military Orders

Cutting the northern arteries of the West Bank

    The northern part of the West Bank comprise the Palestinian governorates of Jenin Tulkarm, Qalqiliya, Nablus, Salfit, Tubas and some northern parts of Ramallah governorate, this area was


Impact of the Segregation wall on five Palestinian villages in Qalqilya district

  Background to the villages The Palestinian neighboring villages of Ras at Tira (400 citizens) and Ad Dab'a (300 citizens) are located 5 km to the east of Qalqilya city.

Israeli Violations

Assault on the Jordan Valley

    The Jordan Valley is a geographical feature formed around the River Jordan. Part of it lies in the West Bank and is enclosed between the mountains of the


Jayyous village: a story of human suffering

    Since June 2002, the Israeli government decided to commence the construction of the Segregation Wall in the Occupied West Bank. The reason behind this barrier, according to the

Military Orders

Al-Khas and Al Nu’man villages suffocated by the Israeli colonization

    As a continuation to the voluntary transfer policy which is used by the Israelis to force more Palestinians to leave their homeland; residents of Al Khas and Al