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Army Kidnaps Two Children In JerusalemSaed Bannoura - IMEMC - "Soldiers then invading the area and fired dozens of concussion grenades, gas bombs and rubber-coated metal bullets." - id 26/6/2013
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The children`s puppet theatre which Israel`s police did not like Harriet Sherwood - The Guardian - Israeli police ordered the cancellation of a children`s puppet festival at a Palestinian theatre in East Jerusalem. The planned shows, shceduled at the el-Hakawati theatre, had no political content. However, Israeli police asserted that the eight-day event has been unlawfully sponsored by the Palestinian Authority, and that the PA is not allowed to sponsor events within Israeli soverign territory (which East Jerusalem is, under Israeli law - though not recognised by any other country). The organisers deny any such PA connection, claiming that the event was sponsored by Palestinian and international NGO`s. But Israeli law does not require police to present any proof before issuing such closure orders. ak 25/6/2013
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Israel blocks East Jerusalem children`s festival, citing link to Palestinian Authority Amira Hass - Haaretz - Public security minister says such an event by the PA in Jerusalem contradicts stipulations of the Oslo Accords24/6/2013
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Thousand settlers spend weekend in E1 Connie Hackbarth - AIC - "Some 1,000 settlers from throughout the West Bank spent the weekend in the area between Jerusalem and the West Bank settlement of Ma`ale Adumim, labelled E1 by Israel, in support of Israeli plans to build settlement housing there. Such construction would divide the West Bank and eliminate any possibility for a continuous Palestinian state in the area"24/6/2013
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Israel tightens grip on Jerusalem`s Old CityLea Frehse - AIC - "Since mid-May, Palestinian businesses in Jerusalem`s Old City are raided daily by municipality officers and police checking tax records and compliance with municipal regulations. Shopkeepers and residents complain that inspections are disproportionate, intimidating and hamper business. With the Muslim holy month of Ramadan only three weeks from now, tensions are on the rise in Jerusalem’s fractious core"17/6/2013
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Israel building West Bank interchange to facilitate E-1 constructionNir Hasson - Haaretz "The plan’s opponents say that the new interchange, to be called the Hazeitim (Olives) interchange, will help to connect West Bank settlements in the Mateh Binyamin and Samaria regions with Jerusalem, and will also enable Israel to build sometime in the future a new neighborhood in the disputed E-1 area. " ca7/6/2013
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Palestinian medical school grads protest exclusion from Israeli hospitalsNir Hasson - Haaretz "The policy, which has been in place for seven years, is political. Because part of the Al-Quds University campus – though not the medical school – is located within the municipal boundaries of Jerusalem, the Health Ministry and Council of Higher Education refuse to allow graduates in medicine and other health professions to sit for their licensing boards as "foreign university" graduates. Nor can they can they take the boards as Israeli graduates, because Al-Quds in not accredited by the council." ca7/6/2013
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