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Is the UK Government avoiding its responsibilities regarding G4S?

[September 2013] - On 17 July, a parliamentary question was tabled in the UK asking the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs “what reports he has received on the role of G4S in the Israeli prison system.” On 3 September 2013, the Secretary of State responded that the FCO did not receive any reports.

A call for an end to the double interrogation

[August 2013] - A military court judge recently handed down a verdict in the case of a 15-year-old Palestinian boy accused of throwing stones in the West Bank. In the course of the hearing, evidence emerged that during the police investigation a number of boys were threatened with physical violence unless they implicated the accused.

New York Times article hints at equal rights

[August 2013] - The New York Times recently published an article about stone-throwing Palestinian boys from Beit Ummar, a Palestinian village in the West Bank near Bethlehem (“In the West Bank Culture of Conflict, Boys Wield the Weapon at Hand” (4 August 2013)).

Military justice - Paying lip service to the rule of law

[July 2013] - On Monday, 15 July, an Israeli military court judge handed down a verdict in the case of a 15 year-old Palestinian boy accused of throwing stones at Israeli cars during a demonstration in the West Bank. Nery Ramati, a lawyer with Gaby Lasky and Partners, represented the boy in Ofer Military Court.

Is the UK Government fulfilling its obligations under the Fourth Geneva Convention in respect to G4S?

[July 2013] – The Israeli Prison Service (IPS) recently published figures for the number of Palestinians held in Israeli prisons. These figures show that 88 percent of adults and 57 percent of Palestinian child detainees were transferred and detained in prison facilities located inside Israel at the end of May.


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