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With May Day just celebrated, this video looks at the plight of Palestinian workers at the hands of Israeli & Palestinian authorities.

The Alternative Information Center presents Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) member Muhammad Totah from Hamas to comment on the unity agreement signed in Cairo on May 4.

Al Jazeera looks at the unity agreement signed in Cairo.

In Gaza, members of Fatah remember those killed by Hamas when it gained control, but support a unity accord.

Different Palestinian political factions explain their support for the unity accord.

In Gaza, 1500 people take part in the first ever marathon.

Israeli conductor Daniel Barenboim holds a concert in Gaza.

Settlers in the hills of Hebron pitch a YouTube fit, where they accuse Gen. Gai Hazut of siding with Palestinians.

Nabil talks about Juliano Mer Khamis.

Next are two videos of demos in Ni'lin on April 22 & April 29.

Residents demonstrated in Nabi Saleh on April 29.

Gerry O'Sullivan examines the impact of arrest & imprisonment on Palestinian children.

Shir Hever explains how Israel now relies on cheap non-Palestinian labor.

Tom Segev discusses with Gilbert Achcar his book The Arabs and the Holocaust.

The Arabs and the Holocaust from Danny Bermant on Vimeo.

Originally posted to Friendlystranger on Fri May 06, 2011 at 08:53 PM PDT.

Also republished by Adalah — A Just Middle East.

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