forcible transfer

Israel's residency regime causes "silent transfer" from Jerusalem

Patrick O. Strickland
Ramallah
2 October 2013
Israeli soldiers inspect the IDs of Palestinian men at a checkpoint

Two children left “completely stateless” because of discriminatory practices.

Podcast: Gaza man extrajudicially executed in Israeli drone strike

Rami Almeghari reports from Gaza on Israel’s latest extrajudicial execution; director Annemarie Jacir talks about her new film, When I Saw You; and more.

Israel “tried to banish me for 28 years,” says hunger striker Ayman Sharawna

Joe Catron
Gaza City
25 March 2013

During the last month of his protest, Sharawna’s captors only allowed him use the bathroom twice a day.

Study: Palestinian refugee services slashed despite ongoing displacement

Palestinian refugees are the largest and longest-standing unresolved group of foribly displaced persons in the world.

Israel forces mother to bring up children by phone

Ramallah
5 November 2012

Israeli policy has split countless Palestinian spouses while parents have been forcibly separated from their children.

Israel denies hunger striker Ayman Sharawna medicine despite "serious deterioration" in health

The health of Palestinian prisoner Ayman Sharawna has seriously deteriorated after 88 days of hunger strike, according to rights groups.

Ex-hunger striker Hana al-Shalabi wants "mystery" of Gaza banishment deal "clarified"

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
8 April 2012
A week after her banishment to Gaza, Hana al-Shalabi spoke exclusively to The Electronic Intifada about the meaning of her 43-day-long hunger strike in Israeli detention.

Amnesty: Israel must cancel plan to forcibly displace Jerusalem-area Bedouin

In a briefing paper issued today, Amnesty International stated that the Israeli military must cancel plans to forcibly transfer more than 2,000 Bedouin residents to an area besides the Jerusalem municipal garbage dump.

Separated as prisoners, reunited in Gaza on release

Pam Bailey
Gaza Strip
14 December 2011
The story of Samer Abu Seir and Loai Odeh — two men who met in Israeli prison and have remained friends ever since — speaks to the experience of so many others.
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