Israel/Occupied Territories: Road to nowhere
Six years since the outbreak of the latest intifada and the effective collapse of the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, the human rights situation in the Occupied Territories has deteriorated to an unprecedented level. The international community must take urgent steps to ensure that both parties cease the abuses they are committing and comply with their obligations under international law. Attacks on civilians by both Israeli forces and Palestinian armed groups should end immediately. Fundamental changes must be made in the systems which have allowed unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations to take place with impunity.
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