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The Map accepted, the Road blocked !

  The government of Israel recently accepted the 'Road Map' which calls for normalizing the Palestinian daily life and providing more facilities for the movement in the West Bank in

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Israel Blocks The Roads At The Main Entrance Of Bethlehem City Near ARIJ

On the 15th of October 2002 at 1:30 pm the Israeli bulldozers under the protection of Israeli occupation forces started to block the roads at the northern entrance of Bethlehem

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The Growing Hardships of Traveling in the West Bank

  Zahi lives in Sa'ir, a town in Al Khalil (Hebron) district. He is a fieldworker for a human rights organization based in Ramallah. His job entails monitoring the human

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Israeli Military Force Invade Area”A” in Bethlehem

    In the Oslo Accords the West Bank and Gaza Strip were divided between Palestinian National Authority (PNA) and Israeli control. The West Bank was divided into Areas A,

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Isolation Policy Implemented By Israeli Army in the Occupied Territories … The Case of Ramallah and Al Bireh Districts

  The Land Research Center (LRC) has been exposing the attempts carried out by the forces of Israeli occupation to mince the Palestinian territories into a number of isolated and

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The Hardships Resulting From Blockading Villages In Ramallah District

  Rantis is a Palestinian village located 9 km northwest of Ramallah city. Rantis has suffered much under the Israeli occupation. On two occasions since 1967, the village has been

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Isolation Policy Implemented By Israeli Army in the Occupied Territories

    Introduction: Jerusalem is considered to be the epic center of Palestinian polity, culture, economic and spirituality. Such significance came as Jerusalem is at the heart and the capital

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Moving Checkpoints Eastwards – settlements Effectively Annexed

  Israel ushered in the year 2001 by redrawing the 1949 Armistice Line. In seven locations in the West Bank, checkpoints have been moved several kilometers eastwards; ostensibly for security

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Relocating Checkpoints in the West Bank

    Twenty kilometers west of Jerusalem lies the No Man's land, which is a 50-km2 area that separated Israel from the West Bank before the 1967 war. On the

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Approaching the Millenium, a New Israeli Military Checkpoint (Erez 2) at the Northern Entrance of Bethlehem City

  Bethlehem is historically an area of religious importance, especially to the Christian  faith. It is most famously known as the birthplace of Jesus Christ. The rich history  has attracted