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Israeli settlers occupy Palestinian home in Hebron

Tensions grow after around 100 Israeli settlers forcibly take over a Palestinian home in the flash point city of Hebron. Around 100 Israeli settlers forcibly took over a Palestinian home in the Old City of Hebron, raising tensions in the city amid widespread anger over Israeli-imposed restrictions on entry to ...

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Darkness in Gaza as last power plant shuts down

Gaza was left in darkness after the Palestinian enclave’s last power plant shut down on Wednesday because of fuel shortages, Haaretz reported. The coastal enclave, which has been under Israeli blockade since 2006 when Hamas won the Palestinian parliamentary elections and took over the strip, is home to 2 million ...

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Israel launches anti-Facebook bill

Israeli Justice Minister Eyelet Shaked and Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan have gone public with details of a proposed bill which will force internet companies to remove content which the government deems to be promoting terror, Safa news agency reported yesterday. The bill would empower courts to order social media ...

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State of Terror

How Zionist terrorism determined Palestine’s fate

Israel’s propaganda playbook attempts to reframe the Palestinian liberation struggle as a question of terror, not territory. Thanks to a dutiful media, this effort to portray Palestinians as terrorists has had significant traction among some demographics. But how did terrorism originate in Palestine and what was its outcome, both historically ...

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