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Palestinian refugees from Syria war left to suffer by Jordan

Hanine Hassan
10 March 2014

Palestine refugees face a systematic witch-hunt as Jordanian authorities crack down on civilians fleeing a devastating war.

Amnesty video highlights “trigger-happy” Israel’s lethal ambush of schoolboy

Samir Awad, 16, was ambushed and killed by heavily-armed Israeli occupation soldiers.

Urging “rethink,” Zionist students fight Israeli Apartheid Week with recycled tactics

With campuses across the UK poised to host Israeli Apartheid Week events, pro-Israel students have launched a propaganda campaign called “Rethink 2014.”

Aid reaches Palestinians in Yarmouk camp, but it's still only a trickle

Jonathan Rozen
3 February 2014

Thousands of people haven’t benefited from food deliveries made last week.

Pinkwashing the animal kingdom: Israeli penguins, Nigerian house cats, Africans and Arabs

Arabs and Africans do not deserve western concern presenting zoo animals and pets as models for their sex lives and personal freedoms.

Children killed by Israeli soldiers “hiding” near schools, says Human Rights Watch

At least twice in 2013, Israeli occupation forces ambushed, shot and killed Palestinian children near schools in the occupied West Bank for no apparent reason.

Prison or death? Egypt coup regime forces grim choice on Palestine refugees

Horror at sea: Syria refugees describe children and elderly drowning in desperate flight from Egypt persecution.

Israel escalates attacks on UN agency after killing employee during raid

Patrick O. Strickland
2 September 2013

Rubeen Abdulrahman Zayid was one of three killed during an invasion of Qalandiya refugee camp last week.

"Peace" talks are meaningless, says survivor of Gaza massacre

Joe Catron
Gaza City
2 August 2013

Jamal al-Dalou lost ten members of his family during Israel’s attack in November.

How Amnesty has let down Bradley Manning

There is nothing complex about Bradley Manning’s case, so why is the world’s best known human rights group not demanding his release?


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