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In Their Own Words: Human Rights Violations in the West Bank
 
The Israeli High Court of Justice and the Palestinian Intifada
The Israeli High Court of Justice and the Palestinian Intifada: A Stamp of Approval for Israeli Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories is a legal study prepared by Al-Haq presenting an analytical reading of certain Israeli High Court decisions during the second Palestinian intifada, which broke out in September 2000.
 
Four Years Since the Beginning of the Intifada: Systematic Violations of Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
Four Years Since the Beginning of the Intifada: Systematic Violations of Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. This document provides a compilation of statistics on human rights violations committed during the four years of the current intifada and a legal analysis of the most prominent trends.
 
Palestinian NGO Project Newsletter, Issue No. 16
Palestinian NGO Project Newsletter, Issue No. 16
 
Map of the Palestinian NGO Project Phase II
The Second Palestinian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Project will strengthen NGOs' capacity to deliver sustainable services to poor and marginalized Palestinians, while supporting the overall professional, and strategic development of the Palestinian NGO sector. The project will be implemented as a comprehensive program of capacity building, by improving the quality, impact, and sustainability of service provision schemes. Project components include: 1) provision of grants for the implementation of service delivery projects, to be implemented by lead NGOs, and Partnership Grant Managers, in partnership with smaller NGOs.
 
Palestinian NGO Project Newsletter, Issue No. 17
Palestinian NGO Project Newsletter, Issue No. 17
 
Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children
 
Islam, Human Rights and Palestinian Situation
The thesis, tackles the human rights from an Islamic perspective. As a case study, the human rights in Palestine are discussed. The thesis shows the importance of human rights and how it arises from the main sources of Islam, Qur’an and Sunna .from this respect the human rights in Islam differs from the west where thy are derived from nature law. The thesis makes the distinction between terrorism and jihad, and it denies that Islam is terrorism and terrorism is Islam. Islam bans all the acts of terrorism.
 
Nakba Eyewitnesses
Nakba Eyewitnesses Narrations of the Palestinian 1948 Catastrophe
 
NDC Annual Report 2007
NDC Annual Report 2007

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