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Siege, Wall, Checkpoints

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Israel confiscates private Palestinian land to enlarge checkpointMa`an News Agency - Salih Abu Farha told Ma’an that an Israeli officer approached him Friday and identified himself as a commander in charge of lands in military zones. The officer handed Abu Farha a warrant reading that the administration of al-Jalam commercial checkpoint decided to posses five small tracts of land in order to enlarge the checkpoint and install a security gate at the main entrance.-rh 28/3/2013
Defense minister shuts Gaza gateways due to rocketsStuart Winer - The Times of Israel - The Kerem Shalom border crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip was shut down and the Erez crossing partially closed on Thursday in response to rocket fire from Gaza earlier in the day.-rh 21/3/2013
IDF Soldiers Demand Prosecution of 5 Broken Cameras Director for IncitementRichard Silverstein - Tikun Olam - Repeatedly, the soldiers complain that their images were appropriated by the filmmakers without their consent or input. The fact that they appear in the film disturbs them deeply. They feel that they should at least have been given an opportunity to have input into how they were presented. This perspective misunderstands the point of a documentary.-rh13/3/2013
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Israel Restricts Entry of Foreigners into Palestinian TerritoriesLinah Alsaafin - Al-Monitor - "Over the past few years, Israeli authorities have increased the frequency of denying foreign nationals entry to the occupied territories at its land, sea and air border crossings, where it exercises full control" 11/3/2013
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Clashes Takes Places Near RamallahSaed Bannoura - IMEMC "Thursday March 7, 2013; Media sources in the central West Bank city of Ramallah reported that clashes took place between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian youths in ‘Aboud village, north west of Ramallah, after Israeli soldiers detained the parents of Mohammad Asfour, who died Thursday of wounds he suffered two weeks ago when the army invaded the village." ca8/3/2013
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PCHR Weekly Report: 34 Palestinians wounded, including 10 children, by Israeli troops this weekPCHR Gaza - "In its Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories for the week of February 28th to March 6th 2013, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) found that 11 Palestinian civilians, including 4 children and a paramedic, were wounded in protests against the annexation wall and settlement activities, and 18 Palestinian civilians, including 6 children and a photojournalist, were wounded in solidarity demonstrations supporting the Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails." ca8/3/2013
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Graves of the next intifada`s victims are waiting in DheishehChaim Levinson - Haaretz "`We are the last generation you can make peace with. There’s a five-year window of opportunity.` says a local Fatah leader facing the rows of new, empty graves.Residents of the Dheisheh refugee camp near Bethlehem have prepared a cemetery plot for the fatalities of the third intifada, although speculation of another armed popular rising seemed premature in the camp this week. " ca1/3/2013
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