Yesh Din: We will help UN mission on settlements

By ILENE PRUSHER
October 29, 2012 01:31

 
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Yesh Din – Volunteers for Human Rights said Sunday it would present its research materials and reports to an UN fact-finding mission appointed to investigate the affect of the settlements on Palestinians in the West Bank.

Yesh Din intends to present the members of the fact-finding mission with the data it has collected over eight years, assembled in reports the organization has published periodically about the status of human rights in the territories.

Israel announced over the summer that it would not cooperate with the mission, which the government sees as an attempt to delegitimize Israel.

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