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The terror of the children (by Mario Vargas Llosa)

[5 July 2016] - In part two of this special report, Nobel literature prizewinner Mario Vargas Llosa describes Israeli defense forces’ system to “prevent terror by sowing panic” among Palestinian children and youths

Military Court Watch - 4 years on less than 3 per cent of recommendations have been implemented (by Gerard Horton)

[30 June 2016] - This month marks four years since a delegation of prominent British lawyers published a report on the treatment of Palestinian children under Israeli military law. The Foreign Office funded report – Children in Military Custody ...

Palestine's forgotten children (by Lord Norman Warner)

[3 June 2016] - Next year will mark the centenary of the Balfour Declaration and the 50th anniversary of Israel’s occupation of the West Bank. Britain has a historic responsibility to challenge the Israeli government’s conduct in the West Bank and Gaza.

Coping with insecurity (by Salwa Duaibis)

[February 2016] - I always look forward with apprehension to accompanying visiting delegations to Ofer military court, where they can witness injustice in “concentrated doses.” The visits are always stark reminders of what life

Whose Security? (by Gerard Horton)

[January 2016] - Representatives of the international community frequently describe a two-state solution as “a secure state of Israel alongside a viable Palestinian state.” This terminology has become so commonplace

Exposing Israel's treatment of Palestinian child detainees (by Chris Doyle)

[6 January 2016] - How any state treats children is surely one of the great litmus tests of its moral standing. Sadly, far too many fail them, leaving lifelong scars. The children of the Middle East are collectively being failed

The forced transfer of Palestinian detainees - why it matters (by Gerard Horton)

[19 December 2015] - International law is clear that prisoners should not be transferred outside of an occupied territory — both to allow their families access to them and to prevent forced population transfer. But that’s not all that’s at stake.

Pilot limiting night arrests of Palestinian kids falls short (by Gerard Horton)

[November 2015] - The Israeli army implemented a pilot program last year to serve Palestinian children with summonses instead of snatching them from their beds in the middle of the night.

What Can We personally Do to Get Lasting Peace Between Palestine and Israel? (by Sarah Champion MP)

[October 2015] - I am by nature an optimist. When I visited Palestine recently with a cross-party group of MPs, I went with the hope that the two-state solution was still a possibility, but now I'm not so sure.

Business as usual for children arrested by the IDF (by Gerard Horton)

[September 2015] - Despite lofty promises and pilot programs aimed at improvement, evidence points to little change in the patterns of abuse Palestinian children are subjected to when arrested by the Israeli army.


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