Israeli military activates decision deeming six Palestinian human rights NGOs terrorist

 A still from surveillance footage taken on the morning of July 29, 2021 inside the Defense for Children International – Palestine office in Ramallah. The still shows Israeli soldiers shortly after they broke down the door and began confiscating computers, laptops, and files

West Bank (QNN)- The Israeli army on Sunday issued an order declaring the six Palestinian human rights organizations as illegal in the West Bank. The declaration makes it possible for the Israeli army to close the organizations’ offices and subject their staff to criminal sanctions and administrative detention.

The decision also makes it possible for the Israeli occupying army to confiscate properties belonging to the six NGOs.

The occupation state had designated Palestinian human rights organizations as “terrorist organizations” two weeks ago.

The six organizations are the Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights, Al-Haq, the Bisan Center for Research and Development, Defense for Children Palestine, Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC), and the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees.

(Source / 08.11.2021)

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