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Irtach/ Sha’ar Efraim MachsomWatch report - Annelien Kisch "The main problem is: the fence leading towards entrance (the first turnstiles) is vandalized and so there does no longer exist an organized queue as people cut in on those waiting their turn; people are almost being crushed and women hardly dare to enter. So the first thing is: someone has to repair the fence properly and make it more solid .Also: people are complaining about the (in)human treatment: they are not only being talked to with rudeness and coarseness, but being “forgotten” in the rooms sometimes for over an hour." ca30/3/2012
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Today in Palestine for March 25, 2012A compilation of reports and commentaries on events on or about March 25, 2012. dn25/3/2012
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Israel mulls ways to penalize PA in wake of UN human rights probeBarak Ravid--Top ministers Lieberman, Ya`alon and Steinitz reportedly support freezing the transfer of tax revenues to the Palestinian Authority.dn25/3/2012
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West Bank Palestinians see an Israeli roadblock to economic independence Shuki Sadeh--Israel`s control of the West Bank has both political and economic implications. Whether natural resources or renewable energy, it seems like whatever the Palestinians seek, Israel denies. dn25/3/2012
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Continuing the struggle to stop the Mount Scopus national parkSolidarity--A week after the launch of Solidarity`s campaign against the plan of the new national park in east Jerusalem, we made an achievement in the struggle. Hundreds of people sent faxes and e-mails to the Nature and Parks Authority, and results soon followed: dn25/3/2012
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Obama: Window for diplomatic solution to nuclear Iran is closingReuters--U.S. President reiterates position on Iran nuclear issue after talks with Turkish PM Erdogan; remarks come week and a half after Russian daily reported that United States had asked Russia to deliver ultimatum to Iran. dn25/3/2012
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First large Israeli protest against war with Iran in Tel AvivDahlia Scheindlin and Larry Derfner--A lively crowd of approximately 1000 people, according to estimates by the Israeli media, gathered at Habima Square in Tel Aviv to voice its opposition to a war between Israel and Iran. Although hoping to capitalize on the energy of a surprisingly successful grassroots internet campaign that seemed to sweep the whole country last week, the protesters had all the hallmark attributes of a left-wing demonstration: large red flags associated with Hadash, the far-left Jewish-Arab party, calls for the Netanyahu government to resign, and no Israeli flags. dn25/3/2012
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Israeli military shoots 14-year-old protester in face with rubber bulletAllison Deger--Today during the weekly Friday demonstrations in Nabi Saleh, family members of political prisoner Bassam Tamimi were wounded with rubber bullets by the Israeli military. 14-year-old Izz al-Abdul Hazfith Tamimi was shot in the face and Usama Bilal Tamimi was shot in the leg. Today’s protest against the wall was also in dedication to Bassam Tamimi, who was arrested one year ago, and hunger striker Hana Shalabi. dn25/3/2012
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Today in Palestine for March 23, 2012A compilation of reports and commentaries about events on and about Friday, March 23. dm24/3/2012
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Jerusalem soccer hooligans attack Arabs at Jerusalem mallLisa Goldman--Jerusalem soccer hooligans attack Arabs at shopping center Last Monday, a mob of Beitar Jerusalem football fans rioted at the Malcha Shopping Center. Notorious for their racism, the fans’ chants often include “MAH-vet l’araVEEM” – death to Arabs; this can be heard in the amateur video below, starting from 2:36. dn 24/3/2012
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Bound, Blindfolded and Convicted: Children held in military detention (2012) Defence Children International - Report 2012 - The report is the culmination of four year’s work by DCI, with the support of the European Union, focusing on verifying reports of ill-treatment and torture of children in the Israeli military detention system. The findings of the report are based on 311 sworn affidavits taken from children between January 2008 and January 2012.-rh22/3/2012
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The humanitarian impact of the takeover of Palestinian water springs by Israeli settlers United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)-Special Focus - In recent years, Israeli settler activity in the West Bank has significantly impaired Palestinian access to, and use of, a growing number of water springs. Springs are the single largest source of water for irrigation in the West Bank and an important coping mechanism for communities not connected to a water network, or poorly supplied, to meet domestic and livelihood needs. The main methods used by settlers to that end have been intimidation and threats, and the erection of fences around the targeted areas.-rh21/3/2012
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Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (08 – 14 March 2012) PCHR - "IOF launched a new offensive on the Gaza Strip. / Israeli warplanes launched 36 air strikes, during which they fired 43 missiles. / 24 Palestinians, including a child, a woman and two old men, were killed. / The victims include the Secretary-General of the Popular Resistance Committees, who was extra-judicially executed. / 74 Palestinians, 59 of whom are civilians, including 16 children and 7 women, were wounded. / At least 32 houses, a school, a center of Palestine Red Crescent Society and a workshop were damaged"19/3/2012
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UN body "appalled" by Israel’s racial segregation policiesAdri Nieuwhof and Mireille Fanon Mendčs-France - EI - "The timing of the CERD report coincides with another Israeli assault on Gaza, which left at least 26 Palestinians, including five civilians, dead and another 80 persons wounded, most of them civilians. Israel has shown — once again — its total disregard for international law"19/3/2012
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Today in Palestine for Sunday, March 18, 2012A compilation of reports and commentaries about events on or near March 18. dn18/3/2012
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Hundreds protest refugees` deportation in Tel AvivOmri Efraim--Social activists, asylum seekers protest decision to deport South Sudanese citizens while dozens of Tel Aviv residents hold counter protest in support of deportation dn18/3/2012
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Today in Palestine for March 16, 2012A compilation of reports and commentaries about events occurring on March 16, 2012 dn17/3/2012
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Photos--Israeli shot in head with rubber bullet in Nabi SalehNoam Sheizaf--The Israeli army used rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas against protesters in the village of Nabi Saleh today (Friday). Naomi Lyth, An Israeli protester aged 22, seen below, was hit with a rubber bullet in her head. According to reports, another Palestinian was injured from a rubber bullet. The injured protesters were taken to a hospital. [Naomi is now recuperating at home dn]17/3/2012
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Iranian Jews in Israel fear for relatives in Iran if Israel attacksAssociated Press--Though Iran has a history of treating its Jewish minority fairly well, some Iranian Jews who have emigrated to Israel worry that an Israeli attack could expose family and friends still in Iran to retaliation. dn17/3/2012
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Today in Palestine A compilation of reports and commentaries on events in the OpT. dn11/3/2012
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Gaza strikes leave 18 Palestinians deadHarriet Sherwood--Militants fire rockets into Israel in exchange of fire that Israeli defence minister warns is `far from over` dn11/3/2012
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Netanyahu backs High Court`s Arab justice over refusal to sing the national anthem Nir Hasson--Molho reportedly told Joubran that Netanyahu appreciates his honoring the anthem by standing up and did not expect an Arab-Israeli to sing it, especially since it includes the words "a Jewish soul yearns." [Not to mention the words `2000 years of yearning` dn]11/3/2012
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Today in Palestine for March 4, 2012Today in Palestine is a compilation of reports and commentaries on recent events in the OPT. dn4/3/2012
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Abandoned in JerusalemYehudit Oppenheimer--The horrifying accident that took place near the Adam roadblock north of Jerusalem last month, in which six Palestinian children and their teacher were killed, and dozens of other children were injured, raises a great many questions. The racist remarks and the schadenfreude that were documented by visitors to the Facebook page of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the tragedy are indeed shocking. What is no less shocking is that the Prime Minister`s Bureau did not hasten to remove them. But the ongoing preoccupation with such reactions deflects attention from a much more substantive issue - the unbearable existential situation with which the residents of this section of Jerusalem are forced to contend on a daily basis and the way in which Israeli authorities completely ignore their living conditions. dn4/3/2012
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Palestinians to give Israelis deadline to accept ‘ground rules’ on settlements, borderAssociated Press--JERICHO, West Bank — Palestinian officials say they’ll give a deadline to Israel to accept ground rules for negotiations, and suggest that a ‘no’ will allow them to shelve Mideast talks until it does. dn4/3/2012
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Today in Palestine for March 2, 2012Today in Palestine--A compilation of reports and commentaries on the most recent events in the Occupied Palestine Territory dn3/3/2012
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Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (23 – 29 Feb. 2012)PCHR--a weekly report on human rights violations in the occupied Palestinian territory dn3/3/2012
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