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Israeli court denies Palestinian prisoners right to social distancing

The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that Palestinian prisoners have no right to social distancing despite the coronavirus threat in prisons. #Palestinian prisoners #Palestine #Coronavirus

Palestine appeals for release of 5,000 prisoners in Israel

Palestine appeals for release of 5,000 prisoners in Israel

Palestinian Prisoners Day: Detainees struggle for rights from jail cells

Palestinian Prisoners Day: Detainees struggle for rights from jail cells

Israel withholds $138M in tax transfers to Palestinian authorities | Money Talks

Israel withholds $138M in tax transfers to Palestinian authorities | Money Talks

Covid-19: Palestinians worry for loved ones in Israeli jails

Covid-19: Palestinians worry for loved ones in Israeli jails

Mohammed el Kurd gives speech at the UN on Palestinian freedom

Mohammed el Kurd gives speech at the UN on Palestinian freedom

Shin Bet allegedly cyberbullied Palestinian boy before he was killed

Shin Bet allegedly cyberbullied Palestinian boy before he was killed

Activists in South Africa call on government to halt Shell’s seismic survey

Activists in South Africa call on government to halt Shell’s seismic survey

Muslim comedian quits over threats in India

Muslim comedian quits over threats in India

Iran nuclear deal timeline

Iran nuclear deal timeline

The Omicron variant may cause higher inflation

The Omicron variant may cause higher inflation

Protests against presence of French military in Niger turn deadly

Protests against presence of French military in Niger turn deadly

US unemployment is far from recovery

US unemployment is far from recovery

US congresswoman Ilhan Omar faces racist joke by colleague

US congresswoman Ilhan Omar faces racist joke by colleague

China finds 12 million children it never knew existed

China finds 12 million children it never knew existed

UK MP says women replacing men in TV roles leads to violence

UK MP says women replacing men in TV roles leads to violence

France files complaint against website for violating its ‘national secrecy’

France files complaint against website for violating its ‘national secrecy’

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