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Police arrest protesters in Haifa. (Photo via Nadine Nashef on Twitter @nanninenashef)
May 21, 2018
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Video: Israeli police attack Gaza protest in Haifa

By Kate

At least 21 Palestinians and Israeli peace activists were arrested Friday night in Haifa city during a peaceful protest against the Israeli crimes in Gaza.

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Life in Gaza

By Tom Helman, Joshua Grossman and Peter Klotz-Chamberlin

Many are puzzled why Gaza citizens would risk death by confronting the Israeli military at the borderline. Tom Helman, Joshua Grossman, and Peter Klutz-Chamberlin report on a recent meeting with Palestinian youth from Gaza that helps make the answer to this question clear.

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UN head says Gazans ‘caged in a toxic slum from birth to death’ as human rights council votes to investigate Israel

By Allison Deger

The United Nations highest human rights body voted Friday for an independent investigation into human rights violations in "the military assaults on the large-scale civilian protests that began on 30 March 2018," carried out by Israeli in Gaza.

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Statement: Israeli police using brutality and unnecessary force against peaceful protesters

By Mondoweiss Editors

Statement by civil society organizations in Israel: "In light of recent barbaric and inhumane military actions carried out against unarmed protesting Palestinian civilians in Gaza by Israeli forces protests have erupted all over the world and in Israel in solidarity with Gaza and its victims. Amongst the many hotspots, Haifa experienced the highest number of Police brutality cases and arrests of activists and high school students. Demonstrators have been gathering daily to peacefully express their right to protest and stand by the “March of Return” victims. Police have escalated their intervention and use of violence against protesters each day culminating in the mass arrests and brutality witnessed on Friday night."

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