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last updated July 9, 2009 12:11 PM (EST+7)
published Jan. 1, 1991 0:00 AM (EST+7)
No Exit: Israel's Curfew Policy in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
Read more:  curfew, closure, intifada, first intifada, uprising, first uprising, detention, house arrest, Israeli military, public opinion, polls, poll analysis, Israeli occupation, civil administration
Publisher/s:  Jerusalem Media & Communications Centre
Summary: From the start of the first Palestinian uprising in December 1987 to December 1990, every Palestinian in the occupied Palestinian territories had spent an average of ten weeks under in-house curfew. This report describes the nature of these curfews, using polls and interviews.
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