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PCHR Condemns Israeli Defense Minister’s Statements Stresses Linking Humanitarian Aid to Politics is Unacceptable

Ref:31/2020  The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) condemns the Israeli Defense Minister’s, Naftali Bennett, statements on linking the entry of medical supplies into the Gaza Strip to combat Coronavirus with the return of Israeli soldiers who have been held by Palestinian armed groups in the Gaza Strip since 2014. PCHR stresses that this bargaining constitutes a flagrant violation of Israel’s obligations under international human rights law and international humanitarian law. PCHR considers that bargaining Palestinian civilians’ humanitarian needs for political gains is utterly unacceptable and condemned. PCHR reiterates that abusing civilian needs for gaining political ground is abhorrent, and warns that...

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