Report: Israel killed 33 Palestinian civilians in 2010

May 13, 2011 10:30


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Israeli military forces killed 33 Palestinian civilians in the West Bank and Gaza in 2010, a new Amnesty International Report summary said.

The report also said at least 264 Palestinians were held "without charge or trial under administrative detention orders, some for more than two years."

It said around 6,000 Palestinians remained in Israeli jails, many of whom were kept imprisoned after unfair military trials.

The report also accused Hamas of carrying out five executions in Gaza that increasingly "appeared out of step with the worldwide trend towards abandonment of this most cruel expression."

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