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New Unions: We demand justice for killing of Palestinian worker

Israeli settlers torture and beat to death a Palestinian worker in his place of work in the illegal Israeli settlement of Gilo. The body of Abdulfatah Obayat was found in a building in Gilo last Wednesday, Dec. 16th, 2020. The Palestinian New Federation of Trade Unions consider this brutal murder one of the starkest forms of brutality Palestinian workers in Israeli business are subject to. We call on the International Labor Organization, International Trade Union Confederation and trade unions to hold Israel and its corporations accountable for its crimes against the Palestinian workers.

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2020 Overview of the Olive Harvest in Palestine

The “You Are Not Alone” campaign – the collective efforts and the voluntary work to support the Palestinian farmers through the olive harvesting season – has once again provided essential support to the Palestinian farmers and continues to be the first backbone of the Palestinian farmers in front of the attacks of Israeli settlers and soldiers during the olive harvesting season.

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With Outrage at Israeli Apartheid, Palestinians Say Farewell to Ali Abu Alia

Today, with tears, sorrow and outrage, Palestinians bid farewell to 13-year-old Ali Abu Alia after he was shot dead by Israeli army in al-Mughayir village, Ramallah district. Ali was peacefully protesting along with the residents of his village the establishment of a settler outpost on their land when Israeli soldiers shot him in the stomach yesterday, 4 December.

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Attack on Zief village escalates Israeli Apartheid Demolitions

The Israeli Occupation Forces raided Zief village in Hebron on Tuesday, and they demolished and confiscated mobile homes and barracks belonging to the Palestinian residents and farmers, as well as devastating their agricultural lands, barbed wires, and the gate of the land. This systematically savage attempt to displace the Palestinian people from their homes and […]