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Protester arrested as soldiers occupy Nabi Saleh

9 January 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Dozens of soldiers brought the village of Nabi Saleh to a standstill today in yet another attempt to curb demonstrations in the village. One protester was arrested, and two required medical treatment ...

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Settlers doggedly intimidate Palestinians

UPDATE | 16 November 2010: On Thursday December 16, an Israeli court sentenced Ayman Al Ghawi, a 19-year-old Palestinian, to four days under house-arrest following a confrontation with Israeli settlers in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem the prior ...

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More Bedouin structures demolished in Jordan Valley

24 November 2010 | Ma’an News Agency & ISM As the sun rose early Wednesday, Palestinian Bedouins living in Abu Al-Ajaj, a small village in the Jordan Valley, were surprised to see Israeli bulldozers demolishing their sheds and sheep shelters. ...

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Economic prison zones

21 November 2010 | Sam Bahour, Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP) Sam Bahour is a Palestinian business management consultant living in Ramallah. This essay was made possible with partial support from the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation. When a project mixes ...

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U.S. offers Israel warplanes in return for new settlement freeze

13 November|Haaretz Netanyahu presents security cabinet with Clinton’s incentive of 20 F-35 fighter planes and security guarantees in exchange for 90-day West Bank building moratorium. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s seven-member inner cabinet discussed Saturday an offer by the United States ...

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