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What does PHRMG stand for?

PHRMG stands for Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group

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Harper was speaking at the Ben Weider, a district long held by a popular Liberal member of parliament, former justice minister Irwin Cotler has fielded Saulie Zajdel, a former city councilor several times and once served as international legal counsel to the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group newspaper reported that security forced protesters out of the community center, and the protest appeared to have been planned.
The figures profiled are a Saudi Arabian woman protesting for the right to drive, a former Iraqi Baathist who founded a minor political party following the American invasion and occupation, a former bureaucrat in the Iranian government in the early years after the revolution who went into exile and began publishing opposition materials, an Egyptian newspaper publisher, a Palestinian who worked with the Israeli human rights group B'Tselem and later founded the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group, a Kuwaiti woman who worked on the successful effort to open the Kuwaiti parliament to women's participation, and a Syrian critic of his country's leadership.
FOR NEARLY SEVEN years, American human rights attorney Audrey Bomse worked with the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group and United Against Torture in Israel and Palestine.
A report by the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group (PHRMG) notes that at first the intifada involved Palestinian demonstrators in clashes with Israeli troops at "well defined points of friction" - usually borders between Israeli and Palestinian areas.
Bassam Eid, head of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group, reports that forty-two Palestinian prisoners claim to have been physically abused while in the control of security forces employed by the Palestinian Authority.
It appears that the victimisation of Abu Zahra is the direct result of criticism made against powerful people in Jenin," says Bassam Eid of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group.