Association for Civil Rights releases 2013 report

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December 8, 2013 07:42

 
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The Association for Civil Rights in Israel released on Sunday its annual report reviewing the major trends in the human rights situation for 2013.

Ahead of the UN-declared international Human Rights Day on December 10, the ACRI published its report noting leading issues of violations of the right to dignified living, including discrimination against Arab citizens in Israel, child allotment cuts and the elimination of public housing.

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