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A committee of the Knesset votes to ban MK Hanin Zoabi from next month's elections.  But since it is expected the Supreme Court will overturn the ban, this may just be posturing to appeal to voters.

Palestinians & foreign tourists celebrate Christmas in Bethlehem.

Thirty law students from three Gaza universities have taken part in the International Criminal Law Moot Court.

The IDF bulldozes a mosque in the South Hebron Hills for a second time.

The children of Gaza are still coping with trauma from war.

The Real News looks at how Israel has undermined & then shored up the PA.

Palestinians in refugee camps in Gaza still insist on their Right to Return.

Hamas & Fatah are closer to reconciliation, with Hamas releasing Fatah prisoners in Gaza.

A Welcome to Palestine delegation visits Gaza thru the Rafah border crossing.

Palestinian prisoners continue to hunger strike against administrative detention without trial by Israel.

Israeli political parties launch their campaigns for the January election.

A rightist MK leads neighborhood residents in protesting African refugees living in tents in Levinsky Park in Tel Aviv.

The US blocks a UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements.

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