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Global Justice in the 21st Century

(Prefatory Note: Posted here is a Joint Declaration of international law experts from around the world who are listed below as endorsers. I am among the endorsers, and the text was initially drafted by several international law scholars. We welcome additional signatures that can be sent to me in the comments section, with affiliation noted for identification, and names will be periodically added to the text. I view this as an important expression of professional judgment and individual conscience relating to Israeli behavior in Gaza commencing on 8 July that has already taken so many innocent lives and caused such widespread devastation. Please join us and spread the word!)  

The International Community Must End Israel’s Collective Punishment of the Civilian Population in the Gaza Strip

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After 8 years in a coma…

Occupied Palestine | فلسطين

[ PIC 05/02/2013 – 10:16 PM ]

NABLUS, (PIC)– A Palestinian teenager from Hawara village, south of Nablus, died on Tuesday of serious injuries sustained eight years ago when he was ten years old in a car accident.

Family members said that Qassam Dumaidi was hit by a Jewish settler near the main road of Hawara and was in coma since then.

The main road in Hawara is described by citizens as the “death road” due to the numerous hit and run accidents recorded on it.

In a related incident on Monday night, a Palestinian young man was injured when an Israeli army vehicle rammed into his car south of Bethlehem.

Medical sources said that Khalifa Mahamid, 23, suffered moderate injuries as a result of the incident.


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Palestinian teen Qassam Dumaidi dies of injuries, eight years after Jewish settler ran over him.

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