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As part of Land Day, Palestinians living in Issawiya and A-Tur plant olive trees on land the Municipality of Jerusalem  has zoned as national parkland.

Tawfiq Abu Naeem, one of the prisoners released in 2011 in the swap for Gilad Shalit, in Gaza urges the people of the world to take place in the Global March to Jerusalem for Land Day.

On Israel's version of Big Brother, Saar Szekely starts a debate about the Occupation.

Marchers protest against an Israeli attack on Iran in Tel Aviv.

Shaul Mofaz is elected new head of the Kadima party over Tzipi Livni.

Israel now has the world's highest per capita rate of medical marijuana use.

Al Jazeera's Cal Perry visits Israel's oldest communal settlement, Kibbutz Nachshon.

Inside Story asks how can Israel claim to be the only democracy in the region & violate Palestinians' human rights?

Two videos about the hunger strike of Hana al-Shalabi.  She has agreed to end her hunger strike, but will be exiled to Gaza for three years.

Bahaa al-Farra. a runner from Gaza, is headed to the 2012 Olympics in London.

Settlers in the South Hebron hills harass Palestinian shepherds & Jewish activists one week, then are barred by the IDF the next.

Demos in al-Maasra, Ni'ilin, & Nabi Saleh.

Palestinians replant olive trees in Ni'ilin to replace trees bulldozed for the Wall.

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