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So Near and Yet So Far

Nibal Mghari, who lives in Gaza with her husband and kids, and her mother, who lives in Jenin, describe the pain and longing of being cut off from each other. A report by HaMoked and B’Ts...
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Army demolishes village housing over 200 Palestinians, west of the Barrier

On 29 October, the Israeli army forced more than 200 Palestinians from their homes in the village of Khirbet Qassa, Hebron District. The small village was established in the 1950s and mos...
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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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24.9.07: 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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Daniella Shumar, a resident of Far'on, has not seen her parents abroad for nine years, 2006

Ayman and Daniella Shumar married in 1997, and now live in Far'on, a village near Tulkarm. Under Israel 's policy, if Daniella leaves to visit her family in Romania , she would not be all...
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Two Palestinian families evicted from Sheikh Jarah; settlers move into their homes

On 2 August 2009, the police evicted two Palestinian families from their houses in the Sheikh Jarah neighborhood of East Jerusalem : the extended Hanun family, 17 members who lived in thr...
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Israel splits families between Gaza and the West Bank, 2008

In the past year, Israel escalated its policy of separating between Palestinians from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. The separation regime tears families apart, puts thousands at risk ...
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Maha Hijawi, Nablus resident, granted only one permit to visit relatives in her native Gaza since 2000

Maha Hijawi, 51 I was born in Gaza. I studied at a-Najah University in Nablus [the West Bank]. That’s where I met my husband. We got married in 1980 and I moved to Nablus to live with him there. I use
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Maisoun al-Haj ‘Ali and her children live in Gaza, while her husband works in the West Bank; they’ve seen him only once since 2008

Maisoun al-Haj ‘Ali I live with my four children – my daughters Aya, 11 and Inas, 8; and my sons Muhammad, 6, and Rami, 5 – in an apartment in a-Sheikh Radwan neighborhood in Gaza City. My husband, Ib
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Najah Hamdan was denied the chance to say her goodbyes to her parents in Gaza before they passed away

Najah Hamdan, 53 I was born in Gaza. My family lives in Jabalya refugee camp. Thirty-three years ago, I married a resident of Bethlehem and moved here. In the early years, there was no problem travell