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OCHA’s report on East Jerusalem “East Jerusalem: Key Humanitarian Concerns”

East Jerusalem : Key Humanitarian Concerns

Since 1967, Israel has implemented measures and policies which have altered the status of East Jerusalem, contrary to international law and UN Security Council resolutions, and significantly increased the humanitarian vulnerability of East Jerusalem Palestinians. Israeli measures have also increasingly separated East Jerusalem from the remainder of the occupied Palestinian territory – physically, politically, socially and culturally. This report is designed to document the impact of these measures on the Palestinian population in East Jerusalem, in order to raise awareness, offer recommendations, and contribute to an enhanced response to humanitarian, early recovery and development needs. 

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