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Bethlehem: IDF curfew causes poor results on matriculation exams, June 2002

Wafa Faraj, student, aged 19 I am a high school student in the academic track at the Bethlehem Girls School. The school is located on a-Saf Street in downtown Bethlehem. The matriculation exams were s

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Demolition campaign continues: Civil Administration and military demolish additional structures in two communities

Additional demolitions since we reported the early 2016 demolition campaign : The Abu a-Nuwar community On the night of 20 February 2016, large Civil Administration forces arrived at the community of

13 years of closure: Once a vibrant commercial center, Beitin near Ramallah has become a ghost village

The roadblock at the main entrance to Beitin. Photo: Iyad Hadad, B'Tselem, 4 October 2012. The village of Beitin, with a population of some 2,300, is located north-east of Ramallah, just off Road 60,

Draconian measures against deprived population not a solution

A police cordon at the entrance to the neigbourhood of al-'Esawiyah. 'Amer 'Aruri, B'Tselem, 8 Sept. 2014 In response to recent events in East Jerusalem, various officials made media statements recent

Israeli soldiers allegedly assault principal and teachers; threaten to hold them accountable for any future stone-throwing by students, Tuqu’, 10 December 2012:

On Monday, 19 November 2012, students at the boys’ high school in Tuqu’ demonstrated against Israel’s Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza. The school is adjacent to Route 356, which connects Bethlehem