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Netanyahu has decided to ignore the recommendations of the panel appointed in response  to the J14 tent city demos of last year & increase military spending.

The last tent city in Tel Aviv was demolished.

Hassan Jabareen, a lawyer from Adalah, the legal center for Arab minority rights in Israel, comments on the Israeli Supreme Court upholding a law banning Israelis from marrying Palestinians.

Al Jazeera talks to Holocaust scholar Yehuda Bauer of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Demonstrators block streets in Tel Aviv after the Knesset passes a law to criminalize refugees.

Danny Danon, deputy speaker of the Knesset & Likud member, gives his views.

Ethiopian Israelis protest in Kiryat Malachi after hearing that local residents would refuse to sell or rent to them.

The IDF tries to teach non-Hebrew speaking soldiers basic commands.

The Real News talks to Gareth Porter about Iran, Israel, & the US.

Israel is worried about a Palestinian population boom.

In these two videos, Palestinians try to drive on a Jewish only road in Jericho & are stopped & arrested by Border Police.

Gaza school kids sing during the anniversary of Operation Cast Lead.

Actions took place in Bilin, Nabi Saleh, & Al-Walajeh.

A Bedouin village in the West Bank near a settlement will be evicted by the IDF to live next to a garbage dump.

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