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Palestinians with work permits must arrive at checkpoints before dawn, undergo humiliating inspection

More than 30,000 Palestinians have permits to work in Israel, and may enter the country by crossing any one of eleven checkpoints. Three checkpoints are located in the southern West Bank,...
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Gaza - an inside look: Tunnel youth, 2009

Since the siege was imposed on Gaza, the tunnels in Rafah have been almost the sole commercial artery for Gazans. All kinds of commodities are transferred through them, from food, medicin...
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Trip to the Dead Sea, 2007

The Northern Dead Sea is the only beach resort in the West Bank. Between March 2007 and the end of 2010 the Israeli Army prevented Palestinians from entering the area, denying access to o...
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Introduction: The "quiet transfer" in Hebron, 2007

Hebron is the only Palestinian city with a Jewish settlement at its heart. To enable a few hundred settlers to move about freely, Israel chose to enforce a formal policy of discrimination...
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Heart patient dies after soldiers prevent her evacuation to hospital, 2008

Fawziyah a-Dark suffered a heart attack and died after soldiers prevented her passage to hospital. in his video testimony, her husband describes the events leading up to her death. ...
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Jamal Nasser, 2006

Jamal Nasser is a resident of Tulkarm who runs a small business in Gaza. He obtained a permit to enter the Gaza Strip, but when he and his son went to the Erez checkpoint, soldiers inform...
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Animation: Lift siege on Gaza, 2009

 One year after Operation Cast Lead, B'Tselem is today (27 December) launching a public campaign demanding that Israel lift its siege on the Gaza Strip. This is necessary in order to reha...
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Error: A main street in Hebron "closed by mistake", 2007

The main street in Hebron 's commercial area has been closed to Palestinians since 2000. The army closed all the shops and sealed the doors at the entrances to the houses . Six years late...
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High Court orders state to reconsider freeze on family unification in the West Bank and Gaza

The State of Israel will inform its High Court of Justice within sixty days if it will change its policy on family unification in the West Bank and Gaza . Currently, the authorities do no...
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Route 443: West Bank road for Israelis only, 2008

Route 443 serves Israeli commuters traveling between the two largest cities in Israel – Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. The road runs through the West Bank, but Palestinians are strictly prohibit...