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Rights Groups submit to UN Special Procedures on the Abuse of Muhammad Al-Na’em by an Israeli Bulldozer and the Injury of Palestinians in Gaza

Date: 4 March 2020 On 2 March 2020, six Palestinian and regional human rights organisations submitted a joint urgent appeal to the United Nations (UN) Special Procedures on the abuse of Palestinian citizen, Muhammad Al-Na’em, by an Israeli bulldozer and the injury of Palestinians by the Israeli occupying forces in the Gaza Strip on the morning of Sunday, 23 February 2020. In the incident, Muhammad Al-Na’em, 27, a resident of Khan Younis camp, was abused by an Israeli bulldozer, as recorded in a graphic video widely circulated online,[1] while two Palestinian civilians, Muhammad Al-Najjar, 19, and Mu’taz Al-Najjar, 21, were shot...

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