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Report: 44 Palestinians Killed, 2702 Arrested Since the Resumption of Negotiations

author Wednesday February 26, 2014 19:12author by Chris Carlson - 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group Report post

Palestine Liberation Organization - Negotiation Affairs Department issued, Wednesday, a report revealing the number of Israeli violations that were committed since the resumption of negotiations, as follows:

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(PNN) Since the resumption of negotiations in July 30th 2013, Israel has escalated its aggressions against the people in the occupied State of Palestine. During the past 7 months Israel has advanced 10,489 housing units in Israeli settlements (or over 52,000 new settlers), killed 44 Palestinians, conducted 3,360 military raids, arrested 2702 Palestinians, demolish 154 homes as well as settlers have conducted 497 terror attacks.

At the same time, dozens of Palestinian institutions, notably the Orient House and the Chamber of Commerce, continue to be closed by Israel, in defiance of its obligations as an occupying power. For a just peace to prevail, the international community has the responsibility to hold Israel accountable for its international law and human rights violations that continue to affect the people of Palestine on a daily basis.

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category palestine | peace process | news report author email chris at imemc dot org
Related Link(s): http://www.nad-plo.org/userfiles/file/media%20brief/Isr...s.pdf
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