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I.C.S.P.R PRESENT LEGAL BRIEFING MEMORANDUM ON SIEGE RESULTS

International Commission to Support Palestinians Rights (I.C.S.P.R) present Legal briefing memorandum entitled “Siege results – the humanitarian situation in Gaza Strip” which delivered to the Security Council, United Nations, Human Rights Council and International legal institutions.

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I.C.S.P.R present Legal briefing memorandum on Siege results

International Commission to Support Palestinians Rights (I.C.S.P.R) present Legal briefing memorandum entitled “Siege results – the humanitarian situation in Gaza Strip” which delivered to the Security Council, United Nations, Human Rights Council and International legal institutions.

Dr. Salah Abdel Atti, The Commission chairman, opened the workshop, welcomed all the guests, and discussed the memorandum with group of researchers and jurist, the memorandum delivered to all members of Security Council calling them to take action to discuss the situation.

Abdel Atti added “the memorandum also dedicated to Human Rights Council in Geneva, to the Palestinian Ambassador in United Nations in New York, the Palestinian Ambassador in Geneva to encourage the international community to immediately begin the final siege lift procedures of Gaza Strip, It also delivered to High Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations Secretary-General,  Human Rights Organizations and Parliaments members in regional and international organizations in order to employ the tool of international law and international relations to ensure criminalization of Israeli siege and resulting issues.”

Abdel Atti clarified that the workshop aim to discuss what we can do as Palestinians to focus the light on the Israeli siege on Gaza Strip and begin the final siege lift procedures. Dr. Samer Mousa, Programs Director, present a brief on the memorandum, which includes six main axes discussed beside the introduction reflect Siege results on citizens enjoyment of their basic rights, undermining the Palestinian political system development and obstructing the reconstruction of Gaza Strip then it ended with recommendations.

Mousa affirms the importance of the Security Council intervention; the memorandum clarified Israel Crossings closure policy, that occupation state follows a mass borders closures policy, and open them in response to humanitarian situations and under impossible conditions, Mousa mentioned that behind the borders closures and siege general disastrous consequences on the overall economic and social rights of Gaza Strip population, including high poverty and unemployment, and deterioration of the humanitarian and living conditions. Education sector also has been affected by the siege policy, which led to the obstruction and disrupt the infrastructure of educational institutions in Gaza.

The memorandum recommend the need to intervene of security Council by taking a binding decision of the Israeli occupation state  to take real action to lift the siege on Gaza Strip, and emphasizing on the roles and responsibilities of the international community to ensure compliance with international law.

The participants commend the Commission effort in exposing Israeli violation of human rights in Palestine, they also affirms on the importance of end the split and restore the national unity, meanwhile its required serious action by Palestinian Authority and all parties to work to end the siege of Gaza Strip, everyone agreed on the importance of supporting all efforts to lift the siege on Gaza Strip and stop deterioration of human rights.

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The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “ICSPR”  calls on the Palestinian official authorities to work on freezing the issuance and implementation of the death penalty

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Date: 05 September 2022

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The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “ICSPR”  calls on the Palestinian official authorities to work on freezing the issuance and implementation of the death penalty

The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “ICSPR” has followed with great concern and interest the establishment of the Ministry of Interior in the Gaza Strip; This morning, Sunday, September 04, 2022, (05) death sentences were executed against those convicted of murder and communicating with the occupation.

According to the statement of the Ministry of the Interior; The executions were carried out at dawn today in the Ansar security complex; And that was by shooting the citizens “N, A”, (44 years old), on charges of collaborating with the Israeli occupation, and “C, Q”, (30 years old), on charges of premeditated murder. And hanging against each of: citizen “K, S”, (54 years), on charges of collaborating with the Israeli occupation, citizen “E., A”, (43 years), on charges of premeditated murder, and citizen “M, Z” (30 years), on charges of Premeditated murder and robbery.

The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “ICSPR”does not underestimate the gravity of the crimes attributed to the accused and the citizens against whom death sentences have been executed, and its emphasis on the right of society to approve and implement deterrent punishments for criminals, while the international body does not underestimate the (crowd) of the seriousness of the crimes attributed to the accused and citizens who have been executed, and its emphasis on the right of society to approve and implement deterrent punishments for criminals, and despite its opposition to the death penalty, it draws attention to the need to stop issuing and executing death sentences in light of the political and judicial division And the failure to renew the legitimacy of the institutions of the political system, except for the facts that prove that the issuance and execution of death sentences did not achieve the targeted deterrence.

The international body mobilizes as it condemns the execution of death sentences in the Gaza Strip; As it involves a violation of international agreements ratified by Palestine, especially the Second Protocol of 1989 annexed to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights regarding the abolition of the death penalty, in addition to the fact that the Basic Law and the Code of Criminal Procedures require the President’s approval of sentences before execution, and the Commission expresses its fear that the application of the The Revolutionary Penal Code of 1979, as it is not part of the legal and constitutional system of the Palestinian Authority, and if its position is repeated on the necessity of providing all fair trial guarantees and ensuring the right of the accused to benefit from all means of litigation, including the appeal in cassation, the petition for amnesty, and the non-submission of civilians to military justice, and expressing its fear That the execution of judgments was carried out under the influence of public opinion and not to achieve justice in the abstract sense, it stresses the need to work on the compatibility of Palestinian legislation, and in a manner that achieves the rule of law and justice.

The judicial and executive authorities in Gaza Strip to stop the issuance and implementation of death sentences, since the continued issuance and implementation of death penalty sentences in the Gaza Strip, includes violations of Palestinian laws, especially the Palestinian Basic Law and the Code of Criminal Procedure, and it also violates the obligations of the State of Palestine resulting from its accession to the second protocol annexed to the International Covenant on Rights civil and political abolition of the death penalty.

Calls upon the patriotic community to expedite the end of the state of division and the holding of comprehensive elections to ensure the rebuilding of all the institutions of the Palestinian political system on the basis of partnership, democracy, rule of law and independence of the judiciary in a manner that enhances the elements of resilience and provides a political, economic and social environment that combats all social diseases and crime and enables drawing inspiration from international experiences to combat The crime is in line with international human rights standards and the obligations of the State of Palestine under its ratification of international conventions, in a manner that guarantees restorative criminal justice and redress for victims of crime.

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The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “ICSPR” organizes a graduation ceremony for researchers in the “Eighth Batch” Human Rights Researcher Program ICSPR

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Date: August 27, 2022

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The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “ICSPR” organizes a graduation ceremony for researchers in the “Eighth Batch” Human Rights Researcher Program ICSPR

 The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “ICSPR” organized a graduation ceremony for researchers in the “eighth batch” of the human rights researcher program, consisting of 25 researchers from the Gaza Strip.

The ceremony was opened with the Palestinian national anthem, followed by the reading of Al-Fatihah for the souls of the martyrs, then a short film about the program was shown, then a welcome speech by the researcher Moataz Bahar.

During his speech, he welcomed Dr. Salah Abdel-Aty, head of the international body “Hashd”, thanked the participants and the guests, thanking the trainees for their efforts during the program, and the partner, the Center for Strategic Initiative Palestine – Malaysia, who contributed in providing partial funding for the program. He also thanked the program’s work team and trainers.

Abdel-Aty pointed out that “hashd” and within the human rights researcher program developed various tools and means in order to advance the youth research through a long-term program, which is “Preparation of the Human Rights Researcher”, which is based on three strategic goals,
First, to raise the status of youth in society and enhancing their participation and engagement to face the national and humanitarian challenges represented in defending their rights and the rights of their people.”

Secondly, benefiting from the energy and capabilities of Palestinian youth in monitoring, following up, and keeping abreast of all human rights violations. Over the course of the launch of this program, the participants were able to develop and issue 39 fact sheets, policy papers, position papers and qualitative human rights reports, part of which were translated into English, and were sent to all International human rights organizations and published on “hashd” platforms and the media, and sent to all decision makers concerned with these issues. Young people dealt with the topics of Jerusalem, refugees, prisoners, the siege on the Gaza Strip and forced displacement. They also shed light on all violations of the occupation throughout the year, as well as violations that included The Ministry of the Interior, elections, political transitions, civil peace, high prices and reconstruction, women’s and children’s issues, people with disabilities, women and dozens of other topics and issues.”

Abdel-Aty added: “The third goal is to develop new human rights tools in the legal space, according to a strategy based on qualitative research.

The head of the international body “Hashd” expressed his overwhelming happiness at graduating a group of jurists and researchers, despite all the challenges and obstacles that were overcome by teamwork, calling on decision-makers to listen carefully to the voices, hopes, aspirations and ideas of young people because they have energies that are sufficient if invested. Better industry to come.

In turn, said Dr. Ibrahim Al-Zaim, head of the Strategic Initiative Center Palestine – Malaysia: “We urgently need such models and training projects that hone talents and develop the skills of young people to pursue the many crimes that do not stop at any end.”

During his speech, he added: “We are very happy to cooperate with the international body “Hashd”, so that we can have a share in defending our legitimate national rights,” thanking the authority and its team, and all researchers in the program.
On his part, Dr. Mahmoud Al-Ustad spokeman of the trainers in the program, saying: “If a word is necessary, it must be said that “Hashd” is a great institution in all the meaning of the word, and its greatness comes from its activities, and its ability to reach all persons in Palestine and abroad, as it was able to It touched on all topics and issues that our Palestinian people suffer from, as it is a qualitative institution.”

He expressed his happiness that he was one of the team of trainers in the program, where graduates were trained on how to write papers, which began to take a new and different direction and became a new trend in various parts of the world, pointing out that any scientific progress is based on scientific research and this is what it adopted, planned and drawn His international body “crowd”.

He called on the graduates to adopt the culture of scientific research, disseminate it and transfer it to universities, friends and colleagues so that the message would reach decision makers through those papers.

The graduates’ speech was delivered by a. Zarifa Abu Qurra said: “My colleagues and I joined the Law Research Program’s eighth batch, during which we completed research papers that put each of us a scientific imprint in the world of information scrutiny. Facts Let’s put the problem under perspective, where we diagnosed the problem, then prepared solutions, and documented our references, thanking the international organization “Hasd” with all its team, and for the supporters in the Center for Strategic Initiative Palestine – Malaysia, and for all the trainers in the program.

Abu Qura reviewed her experience in joining the “Eighth Batch” Program of the Human Rights Researcher, the challenges she faced during her participation, and how she was able to overcome them.

At the end of the ceremony, certificates were distributed to 25 male and female researchers participating in the “eighth batch” of the human rights researcher program, and the trainers were honored. The team of the international body “Hashd” was honored for their efforts and outstanding performance in facilitating and making this program, which lasted for 8 months, a success.

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333 Human Rights and Civil Networks and Organizations Condemn the closure by the occupying and apartheid state of 7 Palestinian

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333 Human Rights and Civil Networks and Organizations Condemn the closure by the occupying and apartheid state of 7 Palestinian
civil and human rights institutions and threatening its directors And appeals to the free people of the world to support the Palestinian people in their struggle to recover their rights.

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