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Rinad Abdulla

Rinad Abdulla is Palestinian-American attorney and a faculty member in the Political Science Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona where she teaches courses in international law. From 2012 to 2015, Rinad was a professor of international human rights law and international humanitarian law at Birzeit University in Palestine in both the Faculty of Law and the Democracy and Human Rights Masters Programme. In 2013, she was a visiting professor at Bethlehem University in the Master's Programme in International Cooperation and Development (MICAD). Rinad's scholarly research focuses on the right of self-determination, apartheid and settler-colonialism and has been published in the Journal of the International State Crime Initiative, Special Issue on Palestine, Palestinians, and Israel's State Criminality. She is active with local and international human rights organisations on Palestinian refugee issues and prisoner's rights in Palestine and the United States.

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