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"However, it is not only our governments and the army that have failed; human rights organizations seem not to deem the plight of the MIAs a human rights issue. Are the demolitions of Palestinian homes in east Jerusalem or the torment of Palestinian farmers in the southern Hebron Hills more of a human rights consideration, worthy of persistent attention, than the emotional devastation and anguish of the families of the MIAs? Why has the Association of Civil Rights in Israel never taken up the case of the missing soldiers, petitioning the High Court to demand that the government and the military set as a priority the cause of the MIAs?"