Shawan Jabarin

Palestinian family trapped in home as blaze raged in Israeli chemical plant

Patrick O. Strickland
Tulkarem
17 September 2013

Locals blame high cancer levels on pollution from “factories of death.”

Protests an "offensive" against settler attacks, West Bank villagers say

Andrew Beale
Deir Jarir
15 May 2013

Residents of Deir Jarir and Silwad are holding regular protests against Israel’s theft of their land.

Fighting for freedom: eight Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike right now

The eight prisoners are on hunger strike, most fighting the policy of administrative detention.

Defying surveillance, Gaza farmers demand boycott of Israel

Eva Bartlett
Gaza Strip
11 February 2013

Protests against Israeli goods take place close to the Gaza-Israel boundary.

UN move was meaningless if PA not serious about taking Israel to international court, says Al-Haq head

On Human Rights Day, Shawan Jabarin discusses the Palestinian statehood vote and Israel’s attacks on journalists.

Palestinians risk death to work without permits in Israel

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Ramallah
26 September 2012
As Israel dismantles Gaza’s economy, job opportunities also shrink for the West Bank’s Palestinians.

Deeming him "threat to state security," Israel bans Addameer founder from travel abroad

The move must be seen as retaliation for Addameer’s effectiveness in challenging Israeli abuses and supporting hunger-striking prisoners.

Dozens of journalists, activists arrested as PA cracks down on dissent

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Jerusalem
1 May 2012
The Palestinian Authority’s arrest of journalists and activists critical of its policies are threatening freedom of expression in the West Bank, according to local human rights groups.

Interview with Addameer's Mourad Jadallah: hunger strikes reignite prisoner movement

Asa Winstanley
London
1 March 2012
Mourad Jadallah discusses the case of Khader Adnan, the hunger striking Palestinian political prisoner who made administrative detention an international issue.

Interview: Palestinian rights defender banned from traveling tastes freedom in Geneva

Adri Nieuwhof
Geneva
1 March 2012
For most of the past six years, Israel has forbidden prominent human rights defender Shawan Jabarin from leaving the occupied West Bank. On exception, he was allowed travel to Geneva this week.

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