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Palestinian Non Government Organizations Network Condemns the Israeli Occupation Forces Seize of Civil Society Activists

Ramallah On 21/05/2017, the Israeli Occupying Forces seized multiple Activists and leaders of the Palestinian Civil Society such as Abed Al Razeq Faraj a member of the PNGO Steering Committee, I’tiraf Rimawi Director of Bisan Center for Research & Development ...

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The Palestinian Non-Government Organizations Network called for an urgent press conference on 16/05/2017

Tuesday, 16/05/2017 PNGO invited Diplomatic Missions including; Consulates, Representative Offices to the PA, International & UN organizations to listen and talk to family members of political prisoners, attorneys and human rights experts. The Urgent Press Conference came on the 30th ...

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PNGO calls upon the International Community to take action now before it is too late

Hunger strike enters the 30th Day. More than 16 hundred prisoners are on hunger strike to obtain their basic human such as; right to education, right to health services, ending the policy of administrative detention, ending the policy of the ...

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The National Committee for the Support of the Prisoners Strike calls for a Comprehensive Strike, 04/27/2017

The Committee also called for expanding boycotts of Israeli products The National Committee for the Support of the Prisoners Strike called for a comprehensive strike on today 04/27/2017. The strike includes all aspects of commercial, educational and governmental services. They ...

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PNGO calls upon the International Community to prosecute the occupation and expose their illegal practices against Palestinian Prisoners

PNGO pledges support to the Palestinian prisoners especially the ones set to go on a hunger strike on April 17, 2017: More than 1,000 Palestinian Political prisoners started a hunger strike to achieve specific demands and challenge Israeli unlawful laws ...

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PNGO calls upon the international community: Don’t use aid to undermine legitimate Palestinian resistance.

Palestinians, like any other people, have the right to resist foreign domination, exploitation, oppression and occupation by the means permitted under international law and the UN general assembly resolution that “Reaffirms the legitimacy of the struggle of peoples for independence, ...

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Our condolences to Civil Society Leader and Palestinian Public Figure – Dr. Allam Jarrar

Our condolences to Civil Society Leader and Palestinian Public Figure:                                                                                 Dr. AllamJarrar It is with great sadness that the Palestinian Non-Government Organizations management and staff learned of the passing of Dr. AllamJarrar. On behalf of all Palestinians, PNGO members, ...

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The Palestinian Human Rights Organizations Council Condemns Denial of Work Permit of Human Rights Watch Country Director

The Palestinian Human Rights Organizations Council (PHROC) strongly condemns the refusal by Israeli authorities to grant a work permit to Omar Shakir, Human Rights Watch Israel and Palestine director. The refusal reflects a larger policy of repression of human rights ...

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PNGO demands that the International Community Force Israel to Stop Building Settlements

Israeli Settlements are illegal and a clear violation of the International Humanitarian law and contravene Security Council resolution 2334 adopted December 23, 2016. PNGO condemns Israeli settlements continuous building in the oPt. PNGO also condemns the Israeli announcements made of ...

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“Patriots to End the Split and Restore the National Unity” Conference Ends by Calling on the Popular Movement to Restore Unity

A conference organized by “Patriots to End the Split and Restore the National Unity” took place with wide participation from civil society organizations, PNGO, independent individuals, feminists, trade unions, and youth associations under the headline: “Together to End the Split”. ...

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