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St. Yves Prevents the Deportation of a Jerusalemite Youth to Jordan PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 December 2014 15:38

The Society of St. Yves succeeded through its lawyers Adv. Haitham Al-Khateeb and Adv. Essam Odeh in releasing the 21 year old Jerusalemite, Ahmad Abu Al-Hawa, who was arrested to be deported to Jordan. Ahmad was born to a father who is a Jerusalem resident that holds a permanent residency status and a mother who is a Jordanian national. He on the other hand does not hold a residency status nor is he a national of either Jordan or Palestine; he is stateless.

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With a Contribution by St. Yves: Kairos Palestine Launches the 2014 Christmas Alert PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 December 2014 07:01

As Christmas approaches, Kairos Palestine releases its annual Christmas Alert. The Kairos Palestine Christmas Alert aims to raise awareness and shed light on the injustice Palestinian Christians and Palestinians in general face in the holy land at the hands of the Israeli occupation.

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St. Yves’ Report on Israel’s Discriminatory Child Registration Policy in Jerusalem is Now Available for Download PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 December 2014 11:56

Earlier last month, the Society of St. Yves held a conference entitled: “Childhood Interrupted: Child Registration in Jerusalem” addressing Israel’s discriminatory child registration policy in occupied East Jerusalem.

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ACOHL on the Cremisan Case: “The Best Time to Take Action is Now, Before It Is Too Late“ PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 December 2014 11:24

The Assembly of the Catholic Ordinaries about the latest developments in the Cremisan Case, whose final verdict is “expected any minute now”. The Assembly points out the fact that “the wall is intended by Israel, not to achieve security for its pre-June 1967 borders, but to protect the settlements illegally constructed on previously confiscated land in the early seventies” in order then to give more expansion to the settlements. The bishops also expressed their worries for the grave prejudice that will bring the separation wall for the community, mostly Christian, of the Beit Jala municipality and call for help from the international community.

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