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Would Israel arrest a Jewish terrorist with only Arab victims?

Avi Issacharoff | Ha’aretz 2 November 2009 It’s reasonable to assume that if Yaakov (Jack) Teitel had focused only on attacking Palestinians, he would have encountered few problems with law-enforcement authorities. His big mistake, it seems, was targeting non-Arabs as ...

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Bil’in vs. Green Park

Corporate Watch 24 July 2009 The Green Park construction company is engaged in building illegal settlements in the West Bank, notably, the settlements of Mattiyahu East and Modi’in Illit, which have been built on land annexed from the Palestinian village ...

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Lawsuit brings murky West Bank land deals to light

Amy Teibel | The Associated Press 21 June 2009 It reads like a standard real estate contract between a Zionist institution and an Israeli couple. But it offers a rare glimpse into the bureaucratic smoke screen that helps ensure a ...

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Rights group warns of growing settler violence

Efrat Weiss | YNet News 10 June 2009 Palestinian farmers in the West Bank are paying the price for the government’s efforts to evacuate illegal outpost in the region, data published by human rights group Yesh Din on Wednesday revealed. ...

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Settlement expansion seeing biggest boost since 2003

Amos Harel | Ha’aretz 7 May 2009 West Bank construction has been accelerating for several months, putting Israel on a collision course with a U.S. administration taking a hard line on settlement expansion. A new outpost, new roads, and other ...

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