July 31, 2012

PA's West Bank Abuses Weaken Its Message

Shawan Jabarin, The National

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In the Occupied Palestinian Territories, there is little faith in the principles of human rights. Notions of justice, accountability and international law mean too little to too many.


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TAGGED: Palestinian Authority, PA, West Bank, Israel, Palestine

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