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Israeli bulldozers scrape up cropland in Qarara, northeast of Khan Younis, southern Gaza.

A demo took place in Nabi Saleh.

The IDF stops a Palestinian family from harvesting their crops because they are close to a settler outpost in the South Hebron hills.

A security guard for a settlement acts like he will run down a cameraman in the South Hebron Hills.

As part of their fight to prevent eviction from their village, the residents of Al Mufaqarah in the South Hebron hills are building several brick houses (they live in caves.)

Four years of struggle in Ni'ilin is commemorated.

Israel hands over 91 Palestinian dead to the Palestinian Authority.

          Union: Palestinian contractors to boycott UNICEF

The union of Palestinian contractors on Monday announced a boycott a UN agency that allows Israeli firms to bid for construction work in the Gaza Strip.

The union said contractors would boycott all work for UNICEF "until they backtrack from their decision to take offers from Israeli companies and equate them with Palestinian companies."

Urging all local and official organizations to follow suit, the union said in a statement that hiring Israeli firms for projects in Gaza would reward Israel's siege of the enclave and destroy the Palestinian economy.

Israel is cleaning up old minefields set up to stop 'infiltrators' from Jordan.  An 'infiltrator' is an Israeli term for a Palestinian refugee trying to sneak back into Israel to return to their houses & farmland.

" . . . We are talking about a threat to the very lives of every single person living here . . .  I'm telling you that the migration from Africa & from the Palestinian Authority & the Arab countries is about to sentence every single one of us to death . . ."

National Democratic Alliance (BALAD) MK Jamal Zahalka says African refugees should have full rights.

Inside Story looks at the criticism of Israel over its' handling of African refugees.

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