Israel and Occupied Territories: Briefing for the Committee Against Torture, May 2002.
In this document Amnesty international expresses concern that not only have the Israeli authorities ignored the recommendations of the Committee against Torture, but also that in every area of concern outlined by the Committee, the Israeli authorities have continued and intensified implementation of policies which amount to torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment against Palestinians from the Occupied Territories.
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