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 Israeli-occupied territories - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The territories are often collectively refered to as simply "the Occupied Territories," although this term is also sometimes loosely used to refer to the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, over which Israel and the Palestinian Authority have sporadically negotiated.
Both of these territories were part of former British Mandate of Palestine, and both have populations consisting primarily of Arab Palestinians, including historic residents of the territories and refugees who lost their homes in the territory that became Israel after the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
From their capture in 1967 until 1993, the majority of people living in these territories —those who are not Israeli citizens — were subject to Israeli military administration without the benefits of Israeli citizenship: in particular the right to vote in Israeli elections. /wiki/Occupation_of_the_Palestinian_territories   (1486 words)

Where rights of residents of the Occupied Territories are affected, B'Tselem does not distinguish between Palestinian and Israeli victims.
It endeavors to document and educate the Israeli public and policymakers about human rights violations in the Occupied Territories, combat the phenomenon of denial prevalent among the Israeli public, and help create a human rights culture in Israel.
B'TSELEM - The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories was established in 1989 by a group of prominent academics, attorneys, journalists, and Knesset members. /English/About_BTselem/index.asp   (765 words)

 Confrontation escalated in the occupied Palestinian territories
UN body condemns Israel on occupied Palestinian territories, Europe urged to act
Other four Palestinians were wounded by the Israeli bullets in Ramullah while carrying Palestinian flags and chanted slogans against the occupation and calling for the escalation of the Intifada.
News reports said that the Palestinian Intifada youth prevented the Israeli settlers from breaking into areas in Hebron and that the Israeli occupation forces opened intensive fire in support of the settlers and this resulted in wounding several Palestinian youths. /ansub/Daily/Day/010421/2001042112.html   (279 words)

 Israel/Occupied Territories: Palestinian armed groups must not use children
In recent years, Palestinian children have borne the brunt of the suffering caused by the conflict and have frequently been the victims of Israeli army attacks in the Occupied Territories.
Palestinian armed groups have repeatedly shown total disregard for the most fundamental human rights, notably the right to life, by deliberately targeting Israeli civilians and by using Palestinian children in armed attacks.
On 22 May 2005 a 15-year-old Palestinian child carrying explosive was arrested by the Israeli army at the Huwara military checkpoint, at the entrance to the West Bank town of Nablus. /news/   (760 words)

 Israel and the Occupied Territories - Amnesty International
Israeli colonies, known as settlements, in the Occupied Territories continued to be expanded and new ones were established.
In April a UN delegation headed by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights was unable to travel to the Occupied Territories because of lack of cooperation by the Israeli government.
At least 158 Jewish Israelis who refused to perform military service or to serve in the Occupied Territories were sentenced to terms of imprisonment of up to six months. /report2003/Isr-summary-eng   (2673 words)

 Israel 2000: Country Report
Israeli abuses of press freedom were not confined to Israel and the occupied territories.
Even with the proper permissions, Palestinian journalists were denied entry into Israel at times when Israeli authorities had sealed off the Occupied Territories, as happened several times during the recent unrest.
In a virtually identical incident on November 2, Israeli soldiers again stopped al-Shafei at the Erez checkpoint for violating the ban on entry into the occupied territories and transferred him to police custody. /attacks00/mideast00/Israel.html   (5085 words)

 Human Rights Watch: Middle East and Northern Africa : Israel, Occupied Territory, West Bank and Gaza Strip
Members of the Israeli Knesset are debating a bill that would prohibit residents in the Occupied Palestinian Territories from seeking compensation for death or injury at the hands of Israeli soldiers, even if the soldiers are found to have acted unlawfully.
We write in response to comments attributed to you in Ha’aretz (November 15, 2005) during your recent trip to Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) regarding the construction there of a metal and concrete barrier (hereinafter referred to as a “wall”, in accordance with the terminology used by the International Court of Justice).
George Bush should tell Ariel Sharon that the United States is unequivocally opposed to all Israeli settlement activity in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, Human Rights Watch said as the U.S. president and Israeli prime minister met. /doc?t=mideast&c=isrlpa   (1170 words)

 ei: Human Rights Watch World Report 2005: Israel/Occupied Palestinian Territories
Palestinian armed groups fired rockets from areas of the Gaza Strip at Israeli civilian settlements and populated areas in Israel close to the border, and carried out seven suicide bombings inside Israel and four around Israeli army checkpoints in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT).
Palestinian armed groups in the Gaza Strip on numerous occasions fired socalled Qassam rockets, an inherently indiscriminate home-made weapon, at illegal Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip as well as at communities on the Israeli side of the border.
Palestinian gunmen carried out lethal attacks against persons alleged to have collaborated with Israeli security forces, and political rivalries sometimes erupted into clashes between armed factions and attacks on PA officials and offices. /v2/article3529.shtml   (1898 words)

 Israel and the occupied territories
Conditions varied in incarceration facilities in the country and the occupied territories, which were administered by the Israeli Prison Service (IPS), the IDF, or the national police.
The report on the occupied territories is appended at the end of this Report.
As a result of the 1967 war, Israel occupied the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, East Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights (the human rights situation in the occupied territories is discussed in the annex appended to this report). /asmp/profiles/israel/israel-ot-hr-02.htm   (20017 words)

 Arabic Media Internet Network
Despite Israeli claims that there is no legitimate sovereign over the Occupied Palestinian Territories [33], the true sovereign is the indigenous Palestinian population, whose right to self-determination on their land is affirmed under international law [34].
Most recently in July 2004, in holding that Israel occupies the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, [27] the International Court of Justice emphasized that the Palestinian Territories were “occupied territories in which Israel had the status of occupying Power.
The International Court of Justice, the Israeli Supreme Court,[24] the United Nations [25] and the international community, [26] have all held that Israel occupies the Palestinian Territories even after the signing of the Oslo Accords. /eng/uncat/2004/sep/sep13.html   (20017 words)

 Occupied territories
Under the complex mixture of laws and regulations that apply to the occupied territories, Palestinians are disadvantaged under Israeli law and practices compared with the treatment received by Israeli settlers.
Palestinians accused by Israel of security offenses in the occupied territories are tried in Israeli military courts.
The Israeli Government generally respects freedom of speech in the occupied territories; however, it maintains a low level of censorship and prohibits public expressions of support for Islamic extremist groups such as HAMAS and other groups dedicated to the destruction of Israel. /g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2000/nea/index.cfm?docid=882   (20017 words)

 FAIR ACTION ALERT: Missing from Mideast Coverage: Occupied territories no longer "occupied" on TV news
Yet in the Israeli-occupied territories, CBS correspondents today talk of "Israeli soldiers under daily attack"; "Israel...again feeling isolated and under siege"; and, in one case where Israeli occupation troops abandoned a fortified position in the West Bank, "Israelis have surrendered territory to Palestinian violence" (CBS Evening News, 10/4/00, 10/8/00, 10/7/00).
The real status of Israel's presence was explained by the United Nations Security Council last month, when it unanimously called upon "Israel, the occupying power, to abide scrupulously by its legal obligations" under the Geneva Conventions to protect human rights in the occupied territories.
The turmoil in the Middle East has been a top international story on television news since fighting broke out between Palestinians and Israeli troops and settlers in the West Bank and Gaza in late September. /activism/occupied-territories.html   (656 words)

 Center for Economic and Social Rights Occupied Palestinian Territories
In the spring of 2003, CESR partnered with Palestinian environmental NGOs to document violations of the human right to water in the Occupied Territories of the West Bank and Gaza and presented a report to the U.N. Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
In November 1998, CESR and its partner Palestinian and Israeli human rights organizations submitted two reports, Israeli Jurisdiction in Palestinian territories and Israeli Violations of Palestinian Human Rights to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
In November 2003, CESR organized a press conference at the United Nations to publicize the report of Jean Ziegler, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food and the first UN human rights representative whose mission was officially welcomed and facilitated by the Israeli government. /palestine   (1122 words)

 JURIST - Palestinian Authority: Palestinian law, legal research, human rights
Palestinian civilians were responsible for the deaths of the 87 Israelis killed in the occupied territories.
Palestinians acting individually, or in unorganized or small groups, including some members of Palestinian security services, killed at least 36 Israelis, including 17 settlers, as well as 10 members of the Israeli security forces in the occupied territories during the year.
Palestinians accused by Israel of security offenses in the occupied territories are tried in Israeli military courts. /world/palest.htm   (2865 words)

This report covers Israeli human rights violations against Palestinian civilians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories during the period of February 8-14, 2001.
In addition to Palestinian civilians killed during this period, dozens of Palestinian civilians, including a number of children, were wounded by gunfire of Israeli forces’ shooting.
On Monday morning, February 12, 2001, Israeli soldiers opened fire on a bus of Palestinian laborers traveling from Bethlehem to their places of work in Israel. /files/W_report/English/15-02-2001.htm   (6026 words)

 Applied Reserach Institute-Jerusalem
The concept itself came hand in hand with the gradual development of the Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory to serve Israeli settlers.
The Israeli proposed 500 Km alternative road system in the West Bank is in fact a supplementary part of the bypass roads system.
The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) handed the residents of the two villages another military order # (T/131/05) to take over 112 dunums of lands with 1,156 meters length and 100 meters width in the areas south of Al Jab'a village.   (345 words)

 Israel and the occupied territories
Oral statement by Amesty International to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights on the Israeli Occupied Territories.
Amnesty International recognizes that civilians have been deliberately and arbitrarily killed in Israel and the Occupied Territories by armed groups and has actively opposed such killings.
Israel and the occupied territories: The State of Israel has effectively legalized torture /archives/51a/018.html   (345 words)

 Israel/Occupied Territories: The fence/wall violates international law - news.amnesty - Amnesty International
The route of the fence/wall has been designed to encompass more than 50 Israeli settlements in the Occupied Territories, in which the majority of Israeli settlers live and which are illegal under international law.
The construction of the fence/wall inside the Occupied Territories is such a measure and in its present configuration it violates Israel's obligations under international humanitarian law," said Amnesty International.
It imposes unprecedented disproportionate and discriminatory restrictions on their movements within the Occupied Territories and causes other violations of their fundamental rights, including the right to work, to food, to medical care, to education and to an adequate standard of living. /mav/index/ENGMDE150182004   (678 words)

 ZNet Mideast Israel And The Occupied Territories
No crime, however appalling, can excuse the wanton disregard of international human rights and humanitarian law carried out daily in the Occupied Territories during the post-27 February incursions by the IDF under the orders of the Israeli government headed by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
The ICRC tried to coordinate the movement of ambulances by contacting the Civil Administration (the Israeli military government in the Occupied Territories) and obtaining IDF authorization first.
In a house occupied by Israeli soldiers in Balata camp between 28 February and 4 March, the IDF confined about 40 of the residents to one room and then allegedly told some of the men to stand at windows in the top floor flat, which was frequently being shot at by armed Palestinians. /content/Mideast/amnesty_israel.cfm   (8940 words)

 The "Occupied Territories": A Primer
Third, the use of "occupied Palestinian territories" denies any Israeli claim to the land: had the more neutral language of "disputed territories" been used, then the Palestinians and Israel would be on an even playing field with equal rights.
The use of "occupied Palestinian territories" denies any Israeli claim to the land.
In fact, prior to 1967, Jordan had occupied the West Bank and Egypt had occupied the Gaza Strip; their presence in those territories was the result of their illegal invasion in 1948, in defiance of the UN Security Council. /jewishissues/middleeast/The_-Occupied_Territories-_A_Primer.asp   (3134 words)

 Land and Settlement Issues- Israel and Palestine - Global Policy Forum - UN Security Council
Map of the Palestinian territories occupied by Israel since the war of 1967, which include the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem.
The groups denounced any construction on occupied land as unlawful and urged the Israeli government to re-route the barrier so as not to disrupt the lives of thousands of Palestinians.
The Oslo Accords (1993) and the Road Map (2003) have failed to reach a land agreement between the parties or to bring Israeli withdrawal. /security/issues/israel-palestine/occupindex.htm   (3286 words)

 Israel/Occupied Terr.: Amnesty International's Human Rights Concerns
The Israeli government continues to use Caterpillar bulldozers, often illegally, to destroy hundreds of family's homes and possessions, in support of Israel's overall policy of forced eviction and demolition of homes of Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories and Israeli Arabs in Israel.
Israel/Occupied Territories: Amnesty International condemns killing of Palestinians by Israeli settler, calls for urgent measures to end settlers' impunity
Israel/Occupied Territories: Prolonged closure of the Gaza-Egypt border and arbitrary restrictions to freedom of movement should be lifted /countries/israel_and_occupied_territories/   (391 words)

 Guardian Unlimited Special reports Britain clamps down on imports
John Healey, the economic secretary in Gordon Brown's team, said that the latest agreement between Israel and the EU to provide zero-rates of duty on Israeli products does not extend to goods originating in territories occupied during the 1967 war, including Gaza and the West Bank.
"Customs and excise have now begun issuing duty demands to UK importers where there is reason to suspect that goods may have originated in Israeli settlements in the occupied territories," he said.
Mr Healey said that Israel had failed to prove the legitimacy of goods suspected of coming from the occupied territories. /israel/Story/0,2763,929478,00.html   (454 words)

 Center for Economic and Social Rights Occupied Palestinian Territories
In the spring of 2003, CESR partnered with Palestinian environmental NGOs to document violations of the human right to water in the Occupied Territories of the West Bank and Gaza and presented a report to the U.N. Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
In November 1998, CESR and its partner Palestinian and Israeli human rights organizations submitted two reports, Israeli Jurisdiction in Palestinian territories and Israeli Violations of Palestinian Human Rights to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
Palestinians have been faced with a form of double repression - both from Israel and from their own nascent government. /palestine   (1122 words)

 Israeli-occupied Arab territories (from Israel) --  Encyclopædia Britannica
After the 1967 war, Arab territories occupied by Israeli forces were placed under military administration.
More results on "Israeli-occupied Arab territories (from Israel)" when you join.
The total area is 7,992 square miles (20,700 square km) excluding East Jerusalem and other territories occupied in the... /eb/article-23105   (1024 words)

 Merlin :: Occupied Palestinian Territories
Merlin has been operational in the Occupied Palestinian Territories since 2002.
Many residents in rural districts are unable to gain access to healthcare because of their geographical isolation, as well as the blockades and curfews put in place by Israeli civil and military authorities.
Since September 2000, there has been an increased level of conflict, with regular Israeli incursions in the West Bank and Gaza, as well as retaliatory suicide attacks targeted against Israeli towns and cities by Palestinian militias. /Main.aspx?PageID=59   (412 words)

 Derechos: Human Rights in Israel and the Occupied Territories
Arab Association for Human Rights The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
Report of the High Commissioner on her visit to the occupied Palestinian territories, Israel, Egypt and Jordan
Israel and the Occupied Territories: Excessive use of lethal force /human-rights/mena/iot.html   (831 words)

 Israel and the Occupied Territories: Evictions and demolitions must stop - news.amnesty - Amnesty International
In the Occupied Territories, demolitions are often carried out as collective punishments for Palestinian attacks or to facilitate the expansion of illegal Israeli settlements.
Israel and the Occupied Territories: Under the rubble:House demolition and destruction of land and property.
Israel and the Occupied Territories: Under the rubble: House demolition and destruction of land and property /mav/index/ENGMDE150502004   (591 words)

 UNHCR - The Occupied Territories: Exit and Return
In the Occupied Territories, Civil Administration offices staffed mostly by Israeli Defense Force (IDF) personnel are present in all major towns.
The Israeli occupation in 1967 resulted in the exodus of half a million people from the Occupied Territories (United Nations 1990, 146).
Residents of the Occupied Territories have been further impoverished by the cut in transfer payments from the Gulf, fewer job opportunities in Israel, a deep drop in exports... /cgi-bin/texis/vtx/home/opendoc.htm?tbl=RSDCOI&page=research&id=3ae6a8100   (4430 words)

 Forums - How Israel promotes terror in the occupied territories
As reported in Yediot Ahronot, his demand was a full withdrawal of the Israeli army from the occupied territories, back to the borders of 1967.
Palestinian farmers whose land is being robbed sit on the ground in front of the bulldozers, accompanied by the Israeli opponents of the wall - the veterans of the Mas'ha camp.
Its fundamentals are, first, that occupied people are "protected", and that the occupier is responsible for their safety. /showthread.php3?s=&threadid=69312   (1515 words)

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