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PCHR Condemns Israeli Authorities’ Decision to Decrease Fishing Area at Gaza Sea

Ref: 11/2020  The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) condemns the Israeli authorities’ issued decision on Saturday, 15 February 2020, to decrease the fishing area off the Gaza Strip shores.  PCHR believes that these Israeli measures are part of the Israeli collective punishment policy practiced against Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip that aims at harass fishermen and prevent them from sailing and fishing freely in areas where fish breed. Nizar Abu ‘Ayyash, Head of the General Union of Fishing Workers in the Gaza Strip, told PCHR’s fieldworker that Israeli authorities’ decision to decrease the fishing area into 10 nautical miles starting...

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The Palestinian Center for Human Rights welcomes the publication of UN Database on Business Enterprises Operating in Israeli Settlements.

Ref: 10/2020 On 12 February 2020, after three years of delay and consistent pressure by Palestinian, regional and international organizations, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) issued a report on business enterprises involved in certain activities related to unlawful Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT). This came in response to a specific request by the United Nations Human Rights Council, contained in resolution 36/13, which mandated OHCHR to produce a database of business enterprises involved in such activities. The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) commends OHCHR’s efforts in producing this report and for its...

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