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Palestinians living in caves south of Hebron are being harassed by the IDF (which claims their land for military uses) despite the fact they have successfully sued in Israeli courts for their right to stay.

Mamoun Ahmad Dalloul describes how Israeli bombing in Gaza has destroyed his dairy factory five times.

Activists document the damage to Palestinian olive trees done by settlers in the South Hebron Hills.

Two videos about pharmaceuticals: about the problems of selling Palestinian made drugs in East Jerusalem, & the problems in the West Bank with medical waste.

Sajed Aboulebeh is a skater in the West Bank.

The IDF searches a Palestinian home in the middle of the night in January 2012.
 

Demos took place in Nabi Saleh & Ni'ilin.

UNRWA trains women in Gaza to improve their status.

+972 Magazine writer Roi Maor talks about how Israeli laws are discriminatory & unequal.

Jerusalem hosts another Gay Pride parade.

Ethiopians demonstrate against higher rents at center & the agency cancels all non-emergency programs because of it.

After assailants attack police stations in the Sinai, the Egyptian military responds with airstrikes & a buildup.

The social justice movement heats up, causing PM Netanyahu to cancel some tax hikes on average Israelis.


Activists in Tel Aviv protest war with Iran.

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