In the fiftieth year of Israel’s unlawful occupation of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip, Israel continues to significantly alter the legal status, demographic composition, and character of the city of Jerusalem in violation of international law.
On 24 September 2017 the Israeli government informed the High Court that it plans to destroy Khan al-Ahmar and expel all of its residents by mid-April 2018. The Palestinian village, located in E1 area has a population of 172 Palestinian Bedouin. Israeli high-level officials also announced this week they are planning to destroy the Palestinian village of Susiya, in the southern West Bank.
BADIL Launches Case Study on “The Excessive Use of Force by the Israeli Army”
International Protection to Stop the Ongoing Nakba is Long Overdue
Nakba at 69: Statement by the Global Palestinian Refugee and IDP Network
BADIL releases the spring issue of al-Majdal No.59, titled “Palestinian Refugees: Multiple Displacements and the Issue of Protection.”
This issue discusses the multiple displacements of Palestinian refugees from the perspective of the international response or lack thereof. The articles examine the asylum procedures of a number of countries spanning Europe and the Americas.