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Security or Land Grab !!!

Beit Anan is a Palestinian village located to the northwest of Ramallah district. It houses a total population of 4018 inhabitant according to PCBS 2003 Statistics. Almost 50% of the

Military Orders

Israel Remodels Military Order #03/14/T North of Bethlehem

The northern entrance of Bethlehem district (8 Km south of Jerusalem) has always constituted an obstacle to the Israeli plans that aimed at sealing it and banning the Palestinian population


Beit Sira: A Palestinian Village on the verge of diminishing

Beit Sira is a Palestinian village located 22 Km southwest of Ramallah district. Before the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, the village spread over 8000 Dunums of


Israeli army’s terror and Sabotage actions in Al Yamun town, Jenin District

  Location, population & area The town of Al Yamun is located 9 km to the west of Jenin city. Its population is estimated at 16000 inhabitants. The total area

Separation Plans

The remaining lands of Attayba village threatened by the Segregation Wall constructions

    Location and population The border village of Attayba is located 16 km to the north west of Jenin city. In 1967, it had a population of 450 people.


The Caterpillar Bulldozers in Motion Israel Demolishes Two Palestinian Houses in Al-Walaja Village

Israel continues to disregard the international laws as it continues with its violation of humanitarian laws and article 53 of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949 concerning destruction of property

Separation Plans

The Segregation Wall threatens the practice of territorial expansion in Rantis village

Rantis, is a small Palestinian village located to the northwest of Ramallah district in the Palestinian West Bank. It has a total population of 2688 inhabitants and a built up

Israeli Violations

The Effects of the Israeli Practices on Residents of Ramin village

    Location & Population: Ramin village is located 15 kilometers to the east of Tulkarem city. It houses a population of 1986 according to PCBS population estimates of 2003,

Eviction of Palestinians

People of the caves targeted by the Israeli occupation forces

    Introduction For thousands of years, Palestinian peasants and shepherds lived in many cave villages scattered in the area located southeast of Yatta city in Hebron and close to


Israeli Hoax of Barriers removal

During the second week of June 2004, the Israeli Army command declared that it removed some forty barriers throughout the Occupied Palestinian West Bank. According to the Israeli Army source,


New crossing point on lands of As Sawahra As Sharqiya

During the past three and a half years, Israel has constructed more than 750 barriers in the West Bank dividing it into small cantons. All main and secondary roads connecting


The Segregation Wall hits more Palestinian lands in Qalqilyia district

Location and population Jinsafut village is located 15 km to the east of Qalqilyia city, and bounded by Tulkarem in the north, Nablus in the east and Salfit in the

Israeli Plans

Plans for a new Israeli “South Jerusalem” Grabbing Palestinian lands from Al Walaja, Battir, and Beit Jala

The Israeli Initiative calls for the expansion of the Israeli Jerusalem boundaries further to the south in order to add a new southern part to the city.   After 1967,

Military Orders

A New Confiscation Order for the Segregation Wall in Beit Jala

The 50 Km2 Israeli crisscross Segregation Wall to enclave Bethlehem district as a part of the disengagement plan to isolate and dissect the Palestinian territories, just had another piece of


9 new Israeli settlements and 65 new outposts in the Palestinian Territories between 2002 and 2004

A recent Satellite image analysis conducted by the GIS unit (Geographical Information system) unit at the Applied Research Institute-Jerusalem shows that Israel managed during the last two years (2002-2004) to

Settlers Attacks

Land theft continues at the hands of Israeli colonists

Location:- El Khadr is a small village located 3km to the west of Bethlehem city and houses a population of 8728 inhabitants according to PCBS 2003 statistics. Its built-up area

Settlers Attacks

The unjustified menace of land strangulation

    Location and population Huwwara town is located 7 km to the south of Nablus city. It houses a population of about 5800 people mostly working in agriculture and

Military Orders

A new type of Land annexation

    In February 2002, Yitzhak Etan, IDF Commander in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) issued military order number 02/02/C to seize Palestinian land southeast of Bethlehem district under the

Israeli Plans

Khallet Hamameh: another expansion of Jerusalem municipality boundaries

Expanding the municipality borders of Jerusalem city is one of the goals Jerusalem Israelization. Today, through the implementation of the Segregation Wall, Israel is annexing as much land as possible


Israeli Ethnic Cleansing in Rafah

  In cooperation with the Palestinian Center for Human Rights ( Starting by severing all the geographic link to the city of Rafah, completely isolating it from the rest of


The exercise of house demolition in Imreha village.

  Imreha- Jenin: The elderly disabled Mr. Ali Turkman sitting in his mini barrack shop before it was demolished, Photo courtesy of LRC Location and population The village of Imreha


The nonstop campaign of house demolition in Gaza Strip

In cooperation with the Palestinian Center for Human Rights – Gaza PCHRGAZA     A repetition of history, Palestinian flee the turmoil and panic of the Israeli army war against


Azzun- Atma: A village encircled by the Wall

Location and Population: The village of Azzun is located two kilometers to the east of the Green Line and is about 11 kilometers away from Qalqilia's southeastern side . Its

Israeli Plans

Reinforcing the Jewish existence in East Jerusalem

Background:- Jerusalem city has been for a long time the heart of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. The question of a Palestinian statehood is still unresolved and has gained most of the

Settlement Expansion

Settlement Expansion in Gaza

The Sunday, May 3, 2004 Likud party referendum on Gaza withdrawal plan did nothing but fuel the Israeli settler’s appetite to consume more Palestinian lands to build more houses and