Today, the Dutch newspaper NRC Next published an interview with Nada Kiswanson, a foreign human rights defender who lives and works in The Netherlands for the Palestinian NGO Al Haq.

'THE HAGUE. For the past six months, a foreign lawyer is being seriously threatened in the Netherlands. The death threats are connected to her work for the International Criminal Court, which is seated in The Hague. The lawyer is supplying the court with material for the so-called preliminary examination into possible war crimes committed by Israel in Palestine'

Nada Kiswanson is represented in this case by lawyer Brechtje Vossenberg.

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Additional: 12 September 2016 (available in Dutch)

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