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Zakończenie: mar 11, 3:00 PO POŁUDNIU EDT


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On May 15, 2014, Mohammad Abu Daher, 16, was fatally shot in the back by an Israeli soldier in the occupied West Bank city of Beitunia. One hour earlier, Israeli forces shot and killed Nadeem Nawara, 17, in the same spot. 

While an Israeli border policeman faces manslaughter charges in connection with Nadeem’s killing, Mohammad’s family continues to wait for justice.

With your help, we can demand accountability for Mohammad’s killing.

DCI-Palestine has already taken critical steps to pursue justice for Nadeem and Mohammad—by releasing security camera footage that captured the moment when both youths were fatally shot, and a Forensic Architecture video analysis pinpointing Nadeem’s killer. Both families deserve to see their sons’ killers held accountable for their crimes.

Join us to speak as one voice
against the killings of Mohammad and Nadeem and the other 8 children killed by Israeli forces with live ammunition in the occupied West Bank in 2014.

Take action
now to challenge impunity.

  • Together, we reached over one million people. Thank you!

    May 5, 2015

    Thanks to you, on March 11, over one million people heard our voices join together to demand justice for Mohammad Abu Daher and Nadeem Nawara.

    You are a critical part of the rapidly growing global community that is standing up to demand justice and say that we will not remain silent while children like the #beituniaboys are fatally shot.

    Until Israeli forces are held accountable, Palestinian children will continue to pay a high price for the Israeli occupation. 

    During just the first three months of 2015, at least 30 children across the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, sustained gunshot wounds from live ammunition fired by Israeli forces during protests.

    Despite the fact that the Israeli military’s own regulations only permit the use of live ammunition when there is a direct, mortal threat, none of these shootings resulted in an investigation. Your continued support will help bring an end to impunity for Israeli forces.

    Here are a three easy ways you can take action:

    • Stay up to date on the situation facing Palestinian children and learn about our upcoming campaigns: Sign up for our mailing list, "Like us" on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.

    • Make an online donationYour contribution will help us to represent children in the Israeli military court system, document and expose human rights abuses against Palestinian children living under prolonged military occupation, and challenge systemic impunity.

    Thank you for your support and for standing up for children like Mohammad and Nadeem.

    Warm regards,

    Brad Parker
    Attorney & International Advocacy Officer
    Defense for Children International Palestine

  • We need your help...just 2 more days!

    March 9, 2015

    With just 2 days to go before we speak out with one voice to demand justice for the #beituniaboys, we need your help! 

    Please share the #NoMoreForgottenLives action with your friends, family and networks.

    Copy and paste the following messages to Facebook and Twitter:

    • Facebook - I’m demanding accountability for the killing of the #beituniaboys and for other children in the West Bank shot dead by Israeli forces. Please join me. Support the campaign, read the story and take action at www.nomoreforgottenlives.com.
    • Twitter - Join me to demand accountability for the #beituniaboys & other Palestinian kids shot dead by Israeli forces www.nomoreforgottenlives.com

    With your help, we can reach 1 million people on March 11 to challenge impunity and demand accountability for violence against Palestinian children.

    Thank you for your support,

    Defense for Children International Palestine (@DCIPalestine)

  • We are almost there...

    January 29, 2015

    Thank you for helping us take a stand for the #beituniaboys and for all Palestinian children killed by Israeli forces. Because of you, we are currently set to reach more than 750,000 with our message: #NoMoreForgottenLives.

    We have extended our deadline to March 11 with the goal of reaching 1 million. Can you help us spread the word by sharing your commitment with your friends? With your support, we can send a strong message to Israeli authorities that each child’s life matters.

    Want something compelling to share with your friends?

    Send them the full interactive story: www.nomoreforgottenlives.com. Or, give them a chance to dig into DCI-Palestine and Forensic Architecture’s discoveries first-hand: http://beitunia.forensic-architecture.org.

Defense for Children International Palestine

Defense for Children International Palestine is an independent, child rights organization based in Ramallah dedicated to defending and promoting the rights of children living in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip. For over 20 years, we have investigated, documented and pursued accountability for grave human rights violations against children; held Israeli and Palestinian authorities accountable to universal human rights principles; and advocated at the international and national levels to advance access to justice and protection for children. For more information visit, www.dci-palestine.org

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