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Coping with Insecurity - By Salwa Duaibis
I always look forward with apprehension to accompanying visiting delegations to Ofer military court, where they can witness injustice in “concentrated doses.” The visits are always stark reminders of what life is like for ordinary Palestinian men, women, and children who live in the shadow of settlements, along bypass roads, or behind the wall.
The devastating effects of night raids on Palestinian families
In a sample of 100 instances of night raids conducted since 2014, the one common thread mentioned by the women who provided testimonies to WCLAC was a sense of terror.
Aquila-style: Salwa Duaibis, the defender of Palestine women
Women’s rights advocate Salwa Duaibis speaks to Amal Awad about working with women under occupation and their extraordinary resilience.
Outrage rising among Palestinians over steady increase in "honor killings"
The steady rise in the number of murders of Palestinian women by family membersis sparking more urgent protests from Palestinian human rights activists.
How many more Palestinian women have to be murdered
[Haaretz] September was the most violent month this year, with seven women killed in Gaza and the West Bank.
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