Israel: Submission to the Human Rights Committee: 99th Session, July 2010
This briefing focuses on Amnesty International’s concerns about Israel’s failure to implement the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights particularly in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, encompassing the constitutional framework within which the Covenant is implemented; violations of the right to equality and non-discrimination; violations in the context of states of emergency; violations of the rights: to life, to be free from torture and other ill-treatment, to liberty and security of person, to freedom of movement, to freedom of conscience, to protection of the family, of the child, and the right to take part in public affairs.
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