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Israeli Bulldozers demolish another Palestinian Building in Jerusalem

  PNN/ Bethlehem/ The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) invaded Al-Tur in Jerusalem on Sunday morning and launched a large-scale arrest campaign targeting 12 Palestinians, they also demolished a Palestinian house in Al-Issawiya village in occupied Jerusalem. This is another residential building which IOF has demolished. The building was  under construction …

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Ramallah: Seminar on Ending Impunity for Crimes against Palestinian Journalists

PNN/ Ramallah/ Palestinian journalists and Human Rights activists today highlighted the various violations committed against them in the Palestine, whether out by Israeli occupation or the violations by the Palestinian authorities, in the West Bank or the Gaza Strip. The Seminar was organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and …

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Israeli settlers steal water pipe used by Palestinians in Jordan Valley

TUBAS, November 7, 2017 (WAFA) – Israeli settlers on Tuesday stole a 400-meter water pipe used by Palestinians in the village of Ein el-Sakout, to the east of Tubas in the northern Jordan Valley, according to local sources. Muataz Besharat, who monitors settlement activities in the area, told WAFA that …

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Israel is to issue permits for building 292 settlement units

PNN/ Jerusalem/ The Jerusalem Planning and Building Committee is to issue permits for constructing 292 new settlement units on Wednesday, according to Kan 11 Hebrew TV. The new units will be built in settlements outside the Green Line, like the illegal Gilo and Romat Shlmo settlements. Reportedly, it is part …

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Israeli settlers attack Palestinian farmer in Jordan Valley

Israeli settlers attacked a Palestinian farmer while he was working on his farmland in the Sakout area, in the northern Jordan Valley, said a local official. The settlers had beat the farmer as he worked, leaving him with bruises throughout his body, the head of Tubas agricultural centre, Majdi ‘Odeh, …

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Israel to return body of Palestinian shot for driving in ‘suspicious manner’

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israeli authorities are set return the body of slain Palestinian Muhammad Moussa, 26, to his family on Friday, according to official Palestinian sources. Walid Wahdan of the Palestinian Civil Defense said that medical crews would receive Moussa’s body at the northern entrance of Salfit city in the …

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PA Foreign Ministry condemns ‘extrajudicial killing’ of Palestinian

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Following the deadly shooting of a Palestinian and the injury of his sister on Tuesday, The Palestinian Foreign Ministry condemned Israeli forces for what they called an “extrajudicial execution” and demanded an immediate investigation into the shooting.  Israeli forces opened fire on two Palestinian siblings while they were driving …

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Israel: Protests against sale of Orthodox Church property

Muslim and Christian Israeli Arabs yesterday held a protest in Haifa against selling Orthodox Church property in Jerusalem and other areas to Jews, Al-Resalah newspaper reported. The Council of the Palestinian Orthodox Sect called for the protest after news leaks about property being sold – reportedly by Patriarch Theophilos III – to …

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Israeli settlers fire at Palestinian farmers in Masafer Yatta

PNN/ Hebron/ Israeli settlers fired at Palestinian farmers in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron. The coordinator of the Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission, Rateb Jabbour, told the official News agency, Wafa, that the Israeli settlers from the illegal West Bank settlement of Ma’on fired at the Palestinian farmers while they were …

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Israel to demolish 5 buildings, 138 apartments, in Jerusalem-area town

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israel’s Jerusalem Municipality is reportedly planning to demolish five buildings in the Palestinian Jerusalem-area town of Kafr Aqab, according to a Saturday report from Israeli news daily Haaretz. Haaretz reported that the five buildings hold a total of 138 apartments, 20 of which are occupied, and the rest of …

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