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Police ban Israeli activists from West Bank demonstrations ~ by @leehee_r

Thirteen anti-occupation activists were awoken by police officers early Sunday morning to receive closed military zone orders, preventing them from joining Palestinians in weekly demonstrations in the West Bank. By Leehee Rothschild | 972 Magazine | Nov 12, 2012 Israeli police officers distributed closed military zone orders for four West Bank villages early Sunday morning […]

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Israel hindering delivery of aid

The Electronic Intifada |Ramallah |12 May 2011 RAMALLAH, occupied West Bank (IRIN) – The delivery of humanitarian aid to the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip has been hampered by severe restrictions on staff movements, hurting the quality, scope and sustainability of operations, say the UN and international nongovernmental organizations. “Delays in the movement of staff […]

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Israel bars Red Cross aid from homeless Bedouin [ VIDEO]

  Published yesterday (updated) 23/02/2011 20:25 Bedouin children stand near their tent in the Umm Al-Khair village near Hebron on March 3, 2010. The tents in the village are common housing structures for herding communities like the families in Amniyr. [MaanImages/Haytham Othman] HEBRON (Ma’an) — Residents of the tiny Bedouin hamlet of Amniyr crowded into […]

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Health ministry: Fatah authority withholding medicines needed in Gaza

[ 06/01/2011 – 10:14 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The Gaza health ministry warned Wednesday that the PA health ministry in Ramallah is continuing to withhold medicines required by Gaza patients. The Gaza ministry believes the neglect to be politically motivated, calling it “political harassment at the expense of innocent Gaza patients.” 170 necessary medicines […]

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Participants in Lifeline 5 upset at Egypt’s entry ban

[ 18/10/2010 – 09:25 AM ]   AMMAN, (PIC)– The participants in the fifth aid convoy Lifeline for Gaza expressed their dismay at the Egyptian decision to ban 17 of them from entering Egypt and crossing into the besieged Gaza Strip and demanded Cairo to reconsider this decision. The 17 persons who were mentioned in […]

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