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UNITED
NATIONS
A

      General Assembly
Distr.
GENERAL
A/62/275
17 August 2007

Original: English

Sixty-second session
Item 72 (c) of the provisional agenda*
Promotion and protection of human rights: human
rights situations and reports of special rapporteurs
and representatives



Situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967 Note by the Secretary-General


The Secretary-General has the honour to transmit to the members of the General Assembly the report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, John Dugard, submitted in accordance with Human Rights Council resolution 5/1.



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* A/62/150.





Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967

Contents

Paragraphs
Page
    I. Introduction
1–2
5
    II. Self-determination
3–5
5
    III. Israel’s occupation of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, with special reference to Gaza
6–24
6
    IV. Human rights in the West Bank and East Jerusalem
25–42
12
      A. The wall
27–32
13
      B. Settlements and settlers
33–34
15
      C. The Jordan Valley
35–36
16
      D. Checkpoints and roadblocks as obstacles to freedom of movement
37–38
16
      E. Military incursions
39
17
      F. Humanitarian situation
40–42
17
    V. Violation of the prohibition on arbitrary detention, inhuman treatment and extrajudicial executions
43–45
18
    VI. The role of the United Nations in the protection of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
46–50
19
    VII. Recommendations
51–57
21



I. Introduction II. Self-determination III. Israel’s occupation of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, with special reference to Gaza IV. Human rights in the West Bank and East Jerusalem A. The wall 1. General 2. East Jerusalem 3. Compensation for damage caused by the construction of the wall B. Settlements and settlers C. The Jordan Valley D. Checkpoints and roadblocks as obstacles to freedom of movement E. Military incursions F. Humanitarian situation Conclusion V. Violation of the prohibition on arbitrary detention, inhuman treatment and extrajudicial executions Prisoners Inhuman treatment Extrajudicial executions or targeted assassinations VI. The role of the United Nations in the protection of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory VII. Recommendations To Israel To Palestinian militant groups To States Members of the United Nations To the United Nations (particularly the Secretary-General) To the United Nations (particularly the General Assembly)
Notes


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