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Summary Report on the Human Rights Situation in the oPt in 2013

Thisyear is one of the worst in regards to the human rights situation in theoccupied Palestinian territory (oPt) and there is not yet an end in sight.Rather, day- by-day the situation continues to worsen with civilians paying theprice.

 

The summary report for 2013 outlines the human rights violations committed by Israel as well as by the Palestinian security services and the two governments in Gaza and Ramallah. The report also includes information about ongoing settlement expansion and related violence and the ongoing closure of the Gaza
Strip.

 

Regrettably, the international focus has been reduced to issues related to basic needs and means of subsistence, including electricity and water supplies, and allowing the entry of some basic goods, such as construction materials rather than addressing the underlying causes of the ongoing humanitarian crisis.

 

This report aims to shed light on the numerous human rights violations and the institutionalization of policies and laws that continue to undermine the rights of the Palestinian people.   

 

 

The full report is available online at:

http://www.pchrgaza.org/files/2013/PCHR-SUMMARY.pdf

 

 

 

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