BADIL Launches Case Study on

The Excessive Use of Force

by the Israeli Army

Nakba at 69: Statement

International Protection to Stop the

Ongoing Nakba is Long Overdue

Justice, Dignity and Enduring Peace:

the Struggle for Human Rights

from the US to Palestine

Coercive Environments:

BADIL’s Legal Analysis of

Israeli Forcible Transfer in the oPt


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Nakba Commemoration - 11 May, 2008

Prominent authors and poets from around the world present their work in the Palestine Literary Festival.

The campaign to educate Palestinians on the Nakba and their collective Right of Return continues today in the West Bank.

"/There are very few scholarships [available to Palestinians], because most of them are conditioned to military service, which we don't do, and will not also [...] the whole process of accepting Palestinians into universities is discriminatory, if that be in explicit or implicit form."/ A female Palestinian graduate from Nazareth describes her experiences in the Israeli university system. From the publication /Education Under Occupation/. For the full report see: http://stopthewall.org/index.shtml