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Jewish extremists intensify al-Aqsa incursions

Israeli settlement construction surges in West Bank.

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Dareen Tatour joins eminent Palestinian writers persecuted by Israel

“There is no justice in an Israeli court when the accused is Palestinian,” poet says.

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Palestinians celebrate release of Ahed Tamimi

Teen who spent eight months in prison says she has no regrets for slapping occupation soldier.

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Settlers step up hostilities against Palestine’s mosques

Benjamin Netanyahu gives green light for provocative actions against one of Islam’s holiest sites.

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Did Israel host UAE military delegation?

Reported visit comes as Gulf states compete for Israel’s affections.

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Israel seeks to muzzle witnesses of its crimes

New bill would criminalize filming or recording Israeli soldiers.

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Izz al-Din Tamimi received threats before Israel killed him

The 21-year-old was denied medical care and left to bleed to death, family says.

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Barbara Opall-Rome: defense specialist or war industry stooge?

TV show sings the praises of weapons makers.

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Israel forces Umm al-Hiran villagers to “agree” to expulsion

Destruction of Bedouin village “reminiscent of the darkest of regimes such as apartheid-era South Africa.”

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Israeli interrogators sexually harassed Ahed Tamimi, complaint says

More than 350 Palestinian children in Israeli jails on Palestinian children’s day.

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