News and Analysis (7/2/20)

Based on Israeli Absentee Property Law, On June 30, The Jerusalem District Court denied the Sumarin family’s appeal to remain in their home they built 30 years ago even though the family was never absent from the house

… lending support to the Palestinian claim that world outrage over annexation aims to keep “alive a grand illusion that allows them to sleep at night instead of addressing the systematic oppression Palestinians face”:

“Iran … denounced the U.S. effort and said the embargo must be lifted completely as scheduled, and that any violations of the deal are due to the U.S. withdrawal from the accord and sanctions imposed on Tehran”:

“The targeted killing of Mr Soleimani completely swept away the standard related to extraterritorial use of force by a state” — Agnes Callamard, UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions:

President Hafiz-Ud-Dean Khan urges school heads to make assessments and provide assistance for students affected by coronavirus:

Salam Lakhani, an activist, businesswoman, and philanthropist who has acquired many human rights awards, has been named for the highest-ranking officers in the province by Prime Minister Trudeau:

As the atrocities in Kashmir mount, affecting the mental health of children, Muslim states still prefer words to action:

“When he cited the Indian constitution to stop the cop from beating him up, other police officials gathered to rough him up even more”:

Pompeo calls on International community to stand up to China’s repression and dehumanization treatment of Muslims:

Former Prime Minister of Palestine Salam Fayyad said: “To restore full agency in our quest for freedom and dignity, it is time for the Palestinian leadership to absolve itself of an earlier declaration”:

Leave a Reply