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Palestinians & International activists  in Gaza continued demonstrations in support of Palestinian hunger strikers.  Attention was called to Samer Issawi, who was near death after over 200 days on hunger strike.

A monastery, a convent, & Palestinian farmers in a valley near Bethlehem, face being surrounded by the Wall.

The PA's Central Election Commission has started to update election rolls in Gaza.

The IDF pepper-sprays & arrests activists helping Palestinians plant olive trees in Urif near Nablus.

Human Rights Watch condemned Israel for committing war crimes during its' Gaza attacks last year.

Baruch Marzel goes on private property in Hebron & attacks Palestinians when they try to throw him out.  The IDF shows up, lets him go, & detains a Palestinian.

A demo takes place in Nabi Saleh.

Ten women are arrested by Jerusalem police after they wear prayer shawls & pray at the Western Wall.

The Real News looks at the cost of the Gaza attack last year.

Israel admits that 'Prisoner X' was Australian-Israeli Ben Zygier & that he worked for the Mossad.  Richard Silverstein has more on this story here, here, here, here, & here.

If you haven't seen it, here is the Saturday Night Live skit on the Hagel confirmation hearing that has been floating around the internet.

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