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Israel's social justice movement or J14 is starting again this summer.  As this video shows, J14 is having problems handling the Occupation & Israeli Palestinians.

The Tel Aviv protest against 45 years of Occupation, with the slogans translated.

Israel starts deporting 120 South Sudanese refugees.

Dov Lior, Chief Rabbi of the West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba, speaks at a right wing conference concerning refugees coming to Israel.

Peter Beinart talks about his book The Crisis of Zionism.

Israel has again bombed Gaza.  Israelis working on a border wall with Egypt were attacked from Egypt, killing one.  Israel blamed Hamas.

UNRWA asks Gazans what they would do if the siege was ended.

Gaza's farmers explain what it is like under the siege.

A Gazan child sends a message to people of conscience.

Al Haq describes the case of 'Azzoun 'Atma, a Palestinian village divided by the Wall.

The Wall forces students to wait hours before going to school.

The Occupation forces arrest a Palestinian activist in Beit Ommar.

Night raids take place in Ni'ilin & Nabi Saleh.

Israeli authorities have issued demolition orders for the Palestinian town of Susiya

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