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Yousef Alhelou explains how Israel controls entries & exits to Gaza by controlling birth registries & IDs.  

Activists try to stop the seizure of Palestinian land for new settlements in the E-1 area by setting up a tent city.  Netanyahu orders the Army & police to evict them.


The Real News reports Hamas has been able to get all factions in Gaza to agree to honor the ceasefire.

There was a demo in Nabi Saleh.

The IDF shoots dead a youth in Gaza despite the ceasefire.

Amer Abdeen films the snowfall in Hebron.

The IDF demolishes four buildings in the villages of Umm Al Hair and Hawara in the South Hebron Hills.

An IDF soldier tells Amer Abdeen "You cannot picture anymore."

The residents of Biet Safafa protest a highway the City of Jerusalem will build thru their village in South Jerusalem.

A former settler explains why he will vote for Likud Beitenu.

In three videos, members of Balad explain what it is like to be part of government in a Jewish state while they are Palestinian.


PM Netanyahu attacks former PM Olmert for the assertion that millions have been squandered on a planned attack on Iran.

Yair Lapid explains the policies of his new "Center Center" party.

Residents of Tel Aviv rallied on New Years Eve to demand the government round up & deport African refugees.

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