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Egypt has closed 35% of Gaza's border tunnels, causing a fuel shortage & unemployment.

A demo takes place in Nabi Saleh.

An Italian activist goes to the beach where the IDF killed Gaza fisherman Fahmy Abu Ryash on Sept. 28, 2012.

In the South Hebron Hills:  IDF soldiers show up, watch settlers chase Palestinian sheep, finally stop them, then stand around & argue with Israeli activists . .

In Gaza, the siege has caused 70% of Palestinians to live in poverty.

In the South Hebron Hills:  the IDF tries to declare Palestinian land a closed military zone.

In Gaza, Israel attacks with a drone & tank fire, killing one & wounding five.

In South Hebron Hills:  the IDF declares Palestinian land a closed military zone.

In a night raid on Beit Ommar, the IDF arrests 14 year old Hamza Abu Hashem, & set off tear gas & concussion grenades.

In South Hebron Hills:  When the Ja'asra family comes to harvest olives on their land, the IDF fires tear gas at them.

The Stream looks at the Russell Tribunal in NYC.

In South Hebron Hills:  the IDF expels more Palestinian shepherds by declaring their land a closed military zone.

Fear of miscegenation is why a leader of an anti-refugee group opposes admitting African asylum seekers to Israel.

Interior Minister Eli Yishai checks the progress of construction of the detention centers in the Negev planned to hold 10,000 African asylum seekers.

PM Netanyahu has called for  Knesset elections for February of next year.

Netanyahu has backed off his push for war with Iran.

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