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IDF order will enable mass deportation from West Bank

Amira Hass | Ha’aretz 11 April 2010 A new military order aimed at preventing infiltration will come into force this week, enabling the deportation of tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank, or their indictment on charges carrying ...

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Israel withholding NGO employees’ work permits

Amira Hass | Ha’aretz 20 January 2010 The Interior Ministry has stopped granting work permits to foreign nationals working in most international nongovernmental organizations operating in the Palestinian territories, including East Jerusalem, Haaretz has learned. In an apparent overhaul of ...

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Danger: Popular struggle

Amira Hass | Haaretz 23 December 2009 There is an internal document that has not been leaked, or perhaps has not even been written, but all the forces are acting according to its inspiration: the Shin Bet, Israel Defense Forces, ...

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How does Israel decide who gets a visa to Ramallah?

Amira Hass | Ha’aretz 8 September 2009 Sven Ouzman, a 39-year-old archaeologist from South Africa, violated the terms of his “Palestinian Authority only” visa six times, when unintentionally and for lack of choice, he drove on roads under full Israeli ...

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Norway examines the ethics of its Israel investments

Amira Hass | Ha’aretz 28 July 2009 Norway is reexamining its investments in several Israeli companies, in particular Elbit Systems. Two representatives of the Council on Ethics of the Norwegian finance ministry visited Israel at the beginning of June, in ...

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