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Tilling the land in Gaza is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. The Zionist Occupation Forces fire on the peasants and their families while they sow or harvest their own land near the infamous Zionist fence which surrounds Gaza. more >>
Sign at the entrance to the al Aqsa mosque compound before the change/Photo: AIC
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Judaism's accepted ruling that entry to Jerusalem's al Aqsa mosque compound – the site of the biblical temples – is prohibited to Jews is apparently softening following a concerted campaign by settler groups and so-called Temple Mount organisations. more >>
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On March 16, 2003, 23-year-old American peace activist Rachel Corrie was killed by an Israeli demolition man while protecting a doctor's family home in Rafah. more >>
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The legislative elections will be held in Israel on March 17th. The voters will renew the 120 members of the Knesset, the unicameral parliament. Since the first elections in the country, held in 1949, no party has ever had the absolute majority of seats in parliament. more >>
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Benyamin Mileikowsky (aka Netanyahu) was born to Benzion Mileikowsky (later changed names to Netanyahu), a polish immigrant. more >>
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(Jerusalem, February 17, 2015) – The Israeli Supreme Court ruling in a suit seeking damages over Rachel Corrie’s death sends a dangerous message to Israeli armed forces that they can escape accountability for wrongful actions, Human Rights Watch said today. Israel’s Supreme Court on February 12, 2015, exempted the Israeli defense ministry from liability for actions by its forces that it deemed to be “wartime activity,” but wrongly refused to assess whether those actions violated applicable laws of armed conflict, Human Rights Watch said. more >>
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In the daily reality of Hebron, its residents do not only remember the 1994 Ibrahimi mosque massacre, but live it and its consequences each and every day. more >>
Netanyahu speaking at the US Congress/Photo: CSpan
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Netanyahu will not hesitate to use his Republican friends to give new momentum to his election campaign that has failed to take off. more >>
The French parliament has already recognised Palestine as a state/Photo: Parlement Francais
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Israel's foreign ministry has a bleak forecast for the country in 2015. more >>
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Israel will be lobbying the U.S.’ Congress to enforce legislation to freeze funds for Palestine, should Palestine lodge charges at the ICC. Israel’s decision to withhold Palestinian tax funds caused presidential “double speak” in Israel and could be the final straw that breaks the back of the 1993 Oslo Accords. more >>
Lehava activists protesting outside of a wedding between a Jewish woman and Palestinian man/Photo: Loonwatch.org
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An Israeli judge has ruled that "actions against assimilation" are not legal violations. This opinion is apparently correct in a number of states apart from Israel, including Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. more >>
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