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Palestinian Prisoners Hunger Strike- A Test for Israeli Arrogance

19 August 2015 in 2015

Media Brief- NAD, August 18, 2015: the occupying power, systemically abuses Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, holding them as hostages to exert pressure on the Palestinian leadership to pay a heavy political price for their release. Since 1967, Israel arrested more than 800,000 Palestinians and incarcerated them in Israeli jails. Today, there are around 5,820 Palestinian political prisoners scattered over 20 Israeli jails, detentions and investigation centers, and more than 450 administrative detainees, including 10 elected legislative Council members.

Following Duma Crime, Foreign Minister Dr.Riyad Al-Malki Hands Over File on Settlers ‘ Violence to ICC Prosecutor

06 August 2015 in 2015

HAGUE, August 3, 2015 - Foreign Affairs Minister, Dr.Riyad Al-Malki Monday, following formal instructions of President Mahmoud Abbas, handed over the file prepared on settlers’ violence against the Palestinian people, to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, at the International Criminal Court (ICC) headquarters in Hague.

The UN Secretary-General, calls on all donors to urgently ensure that the US$100 million required be contributed to UNRWA so that the children of Palestine can begin their 2015-2016 school year without delay

05 August 2015 in 2015

In a letter transmitting the UNRWA Commissioner-General’s Special Report to the General Assembly, the Secretary-General expresses his deep concern over the financial situation confronting the Agency and the humanitarian, political and security consequences that will result if adequate and sustainable financing for 2015 and beyond is not made available immediately.

Australian Labor Party Reaches an Agreement on Palestine

05 August 2015 in 2015

The Australian Labour Party weighed in on the Palestinian Israel issue at its 2015 National Conference reaching a agreement on the subject that may see Australia acknowledging a Palestinian state based on two aspects– no deal formed at the next round of peace talks and a successfully elected Federal Labour Government.

JULY 31, 2015: DR. ASHRAWI ON THE DELIBERATE TORCHING AND KILLING OF ONE-AND-A-HALF YEAR-OLD PALESTINIAN BABY ALI SAAD DAWABSHA AND THE SERIOUS INJURY OF HIS PARENTS SAAD AND REHAM AND HIS 4-YEAR-OLD BROTHER AHMAD

01 August 2015 in 2015

PLO Executive Committee Member Dr. Hanan Ashrawi said:
“In the strongest possible terms, we denounce the deliberate torching and killing of one-and-a-half year-old Palestinian baby Ali Saad Dawabsha and the serious injury of his parents Saad and Reham and his 4-year-old brother Ahmad.

Statement by Dr. Saeb Erekat on the Assassination by Israeli Settlers of the toddler Ali Saad Dawabsha

01 August 2015 in 2015

We hold the Israeli Government fully responsible for the brutal assassination of the toddler Ali Saad Dawabsha (1,5 years old) and the injury of his mother and brother. This is a direct consequence of decades of impunity given by the Israeli government to settler terrorism. Since 2004, over 11,000 settler attacks have taken place against Palestinian homes, cars, churches, mosques, trees and others with full impunity.

Dr. Ashrawi: With its ongoing war crimes, Israel persists in proving that it is a rogue state

31 July 2015 in 2015

PLO Executive Committee Member Dr. Hanan Ashrawi condemned the Israeli Knesset’s approval of a law that allows the force-feeding of prisoners on hunger strike:
“Such a law is a politically-motivated mechanism of torture which constitutes a flagrant violation of international law and conventions. According to the World Medical Assembly’s Declaration of Malta on Hunger Strikers of November 1991, ‘forcible feeding is never ethically acceptable. Even if intended to benefit, feeding accompanied by threats, coercion, force or use of physical restraints is a form of inhuman and degrading treatment.’

Labor's National conference adopted resolution 446R on Israel-Palestine conflict

29 July 2015 in 2015

The Australian Labor Party Conference:

AFFIRMS Labor's support for an enduring and just two-state solution to
the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, based on the right of Israel to live
in peace within secure borders internationally recognised and agreed by
the parties, and reflecting the legitimate aspirations of the
Palestinian people to also live in peace and security within their own state.

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