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Illegal collective punishment measures against women and children: The case of Nadia Abu Jamal and her family

In the early hours of 17 January 2017, Israeli authorities arrested Nadia Abu Jamal from her in-law’s home in occupied East Jerusalem. She was then "deported" from occupied East Jerusalem, a forcible transfer resulting in the disruption of her life and the lives of her children, 8-year-old Waleed, 6-year-old Salma, and 5-year-old Mohammad. This move comes after a series of collective punishment measures taken against Nadia and her family after Nadia's husband allegedly committed an attack in West Jerusalem in November 2014.


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Illegal Israeli Measures Target Palestinian Youth and their Families in Occupied East Jerusalem

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Our organizations[1] express deep concern regarding the recent Israeli judicial policy of imposing excessive criminal sentences targeting Palestinian youth in Occupied East Jerusalem. This policy should be seen within the larger context of other oppressive measures aimed at creating conditions for transfer and collectively punishing Palestinian Jerusalemites for any acts of dissent against Israeli colonial policies.

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