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Report: UNRWA Staff Inciting to Violence, Antisemitism Online

JNS.org – Over 100 teachers and other employees of the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees have posted content online that was either antisemitic or promoted hatred, according to a new report by UN Watch. The Geneva-based non-governmental organization found 113 instances of incitement to violence by United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) staff, in clear violation of UNRWA’s rules, according to the report.

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Report: UNRWA Staff Inciting to Violence, Antisemitism Online

Ismail Haniyeh re-elected as leader of Palestinian Islamist group Hamas

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Ismail Haniyeh re-elected as leader of Palestinian Islamist group Hamas

Hamas re-elects Ismail Haniyeh as supreme leader

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — The Islamic militant group Hamas on Sunday said it has re-elected its supreme leader. Ismail Haniyeh, who has been living in exile for the past two years, was given a new four-year term by the Shura Council, the Islamic group's top decision-making body.

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Hamas re-elects Ismail Haniyeh as supreme leader

Israel restores Gaza fishing zone, resumes imports

JERUSALEM: Israel said it had restored the fishing zone off Gaza on Friday and would allow resumed imports for international aid projects after a return to calm around the territory. The fishing zone and imports are routinely used by Israel to punish or reward Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas for the security situation.

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Israel restores Gaza fishing zone, resumes imports

Israel restores Gaza fishing limit, aid imports

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: Israel said it had restored the fishing zone off Gaza Friday and would allow resumed imports for international aid projects after a return to calm around the territory. The fishing zone and imports are routinely used by Israel to punish or reward Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas for the security situation.

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Israel restores Gaza fishing limit, aid imports

Border Patrol Agents Rescue Eight Migrants Over Weekend

OCOTILLO, Calif. – U.S. Border Patrol agents from El Centro Sector rescued eight undocumented individuals in separate events over the weekend in the Jacumba Wilderness region. The first incident occurred Saturday afternoon, at about 4:30 p.m., when El Centro Station Dispatch received an activation from a rescue

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Border Patrol Agents Rescue Eight Migrants Over Weekend

From farm to face, Gaza women create cosmetics from local herbs

GAZA, July 29 – For years, Palestinian farmers have exported herbs to Europe where they have been turned into high-end cosmetics and beauty products. Now a team of Gaza women have brought the process home, extracting the essential oils themselves and creating products such as shampoo and moisturizer which are sold in 50 stores, including 30 pharmacies, across the enclave.

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From farm to face, Gaza women create cosmetics from local herbs

Israel and Hamas attacks in May could be war crimes, says rights body

HRW report focuses on three Israeli strikes that killed civilians during Gaza war Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas carried out attacks that could amount to war crimes during the latest round of hostilities in the Gaza Strip, a report from Human Rights Watch has found. The international rights watchdog’s investigation, published on Tuesday, focused mainly on three Israeli airstrikes that killed scores of civilians in areas where “there were no evident military targets”.

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Israel and Hamas attacks in May could be war crimes, says rights body

Israel appears to have committed war crimes in May conflict with Hamas, Human Rights Watch says

The report renews scrutiny on May's exchange of Israeli missiles and Hamas rockets in which over 250 Palestinians in Gaza and 13 residents of Israel died. According to a leading human rights group, Israel violated international law during the 11 days of fighting with Hamas militants in the densely packed Gaza Strip in May, in what “apparently amount to war crimes.”

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Israel appears to have committed war crimes in May conflict with Hamas, Human Rights Watch says

Human Rights Watch: Israeli war crimes apparent in Gaza war

JERUSALEM (AP) — Human Rights Watch on Tuesday accused the Israeli military of carrying out attacks that “apparently amount to war crimes” during an 11-day war in May against the Hamas militant group. The international human rights organization issued its conclusions after investigating three Israeli airstrikes that it said killed 62 Palestinian civilians.

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Human Rights Watch: Israeli war crimes apparent in Gaza war

Human Rights Watch says Israel committed “war crimes” in Gaza

A report by the independent human rights agency Human Rights Watch (HRW) says its investigations show that Israeli air strikes had targeted areas where there was no evident military presence, and that its action amount to war crimes under international law. Israel insisted throughout its latest multi-week bombardment of Gaza, on which it already imposes a military and economic blockade on, that civilian casualties were a consequence of the presence of militants in the civilian areas it bombarded.

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Human Rights Watch says Israel committed “war crimes” in Gaza

Human Rights Watch accuses Israeli army and Palestinian militants of ‘apparent war crimes’ during May fighting

HRW has called on the United Nations to investigate Israeli forces and Palestinian militants in Gaza committed apparent war crimes during the recent 11-day conflict, a new report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) has found. The New York-based rights group investigated three Israeli strikes on Gaza in May that killed 62 Palestinian civilians, concluding there were no evident military targets in the vicinity, violating the laws of war.

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Human Rights Watch accuses Israeli army and Palestinian militants of ‘apparent war crimes’ during May fighting