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Resource: The state of human rights in Israel and the occupied territories 2012

The Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) has released its annual assessment of the state of human rights in Israel and in the occupied Palestinian Territories. The 2012 report includes chapters on house demolitions in Palestinian and Bedouin villages, the occupation of the West Bank and the regime of discrimination, the persecution of asylum seekers, the lack of affordable housing, and the privatization of the police and the judiciary. 

Established in 1972, ACRI is Israel’s oldest and largest human rights organization and the only one dealing with the entire spectrum of rights and civil liberties issues in Israel and the Occupied Territories. Read more about ACRI here

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    1. Jenny

      Wow. What an amazing resource to put out there. Thank you.

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    2. rsgengland

      Why are there asylum seekers trying to get to Israel, if Israel is such an awful place, and always at the end of such awful and negative media reportage.

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