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No to segregated buses; yes to segregated courts

[21 May 2015] - On Wednesday, 20 May 2015, the Prime Minister of Israel announced the freezing of a plan to segregate passengers on buses travelling in the West Bank based on their race or national identity. The announcement came less than one day after the regulation came into effect. However, it should be noted that the chief architect of the plan, Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon, has made it clear that this is a temporary suspension and not a cancellation. Clearly this regulation presented a public relations disaster for Israel, but was its suspension motivated by something more, such as a genuine concern that such a regulation would amount to state sponsored discrimination based on race or national identity? Unfortunately, the answer to this question appears to be no.

Testimony: M.M.M.
On 18 May 2015, a 15-year-old youth from the Al Arrub refugee camp is arrested by Israeli soldiers at 2.00 a.m.
Is UNICEF lending its name to a public relations exercise?
[May 2015] – The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently issued an invitation to a roundtable on 19 May 2015 to discuss – Minors in the Military Justice System in the West Bank.
Newsletter - April 2015
At the end of March 2015, there were 182 Palestinian children held as 'security prisoners' in Israeli prisons. 46% of these children were detained inside Israel in violation of Article 76 of the Fourth Geneva Convention.