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Israel accuses Arab citizen of spying for Iran

Israel has revealed the identity of an Arab citizen accused by Shin Bet of spying for Iran, Safa News Agency reported yesterday. Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth identified the man as Ayman Haj Yahya, 50, from Taiba in the Triangle. Details of his identity come two weeks after an indictment was announced against him by the Shin Bet who claimed he had been asked by Iran …

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Israeli forces distribute notices to demolish Palestinian homes in Negev

Israeli occupation forces on Monday distributed notices for the evacuation and demolition of a number of Palestinian homes in Rakhma village in the Negev, south of Occupied Palestine. Member of Rakhma’s local committee Sulaiman al-Freijat said that the Israeli forces stormed the village, despite the state of emergency in the region due to the coronavirus outbreak, and ordered two Palestinian …

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Legal centers demand Israel provide urgent Corona virus health services to unrecognized Palestinian villages

The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel sent an urgent letter on 22 March to Israeli authorities demanding access to essential medical services for more than 70,000 Bedouin citizens of Israel residing in unrecognized villages in the Naqab (Negev) region in southern occupied Palestine. These citizens, now facing the growing threat of coronavirus, are not receiving urgent care …

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Israeli hate groups vandalize property in Palestinian village

Members of Jewish hate groups today punctured tires of more than 70 vehicles and spray-painted racist, anti-Arab and anti-Palestinian hate slogans in the Palestinian Arab town of al-Jish, in the Galilee, northern Palestine, according to local sources. The residents believe that the “Price Tag”, an anti-Palestinian Israeli terror group, was behind this vandalism. The group has routinely attacked Palestinians in …

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Israeli occupation forces dismantle nine Palestinian structures in Jordan Valley

Israeli occupation forces dismantled today nine Palestinian-owned residential structures and seized them in the Jordan Valley town of al-Ouja, to the north of the occupied West Bank city of Jericho, according to Salah Freijat, head of al-Ouja municipality. He said that soldiers dismantled nine inhabited structures out of 70 slated for demolition within a week. The structures, he said, were …

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Israel convicts Sheikh Raed Salah of ‘incitement’

An Israeli court on Sunday convicted Palestinian resistance icon Sheikh Raed Salah for incitement to commit terrorism, as reported by Anadolu Agency.  The Haifa Magistrates Court also convicted Salah of illegal incorporation, citing his role as the leader of the Islamic Movement, which Israel outlawed for allegedly engaging in “anti-Israel activities”, according to Yedioth Aharonoth newspaper. Israeli authorities arrested Salah …

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Archbishop Atallah Hanna slams extrajudicial executions by Israeli soldiers

Archbishop Atallah Hanna, of the Sebastian Greek Orthodox Patriarchate in Jerusalem, slammed on Friday the extrajudicial executions of Palestinians by Israeli occupation soldiers, Maan News Agency reported. His remarks came following the execution of a Palestinian woman at the Qalandia Checkpoint, between Ramallah and Jerusalem, early this week. The archbishop described the shooting of the Palestinian woman by the Israeli soldiers, as “leaving her …

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Israeli PM reiterates pledge to annex Jordan valley

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday reiterated his pledge to annex Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank, Anadolu reports. Netanyahu’s comments came during a Cabinet meeting held in the Jordan valley for the first time since Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967. “We will apply sovereignty in the Jordan Valley and the Northern Dead Sea as soon as …

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Israel Destroys Al-Araqib for 156th Time

Israeli occupation authorities have made hundreds of Bedouin Palestinians homeless after demolishing their village in the Negev region for the 156th time, Palestine’s news agency says. Eyewitnesses said, according to the PNN, that Israeli authorities, on Thursday, demolished crude homes and tore apart tents in the Bedouin village of Araqib, displacing its residents. Authorities then dragged the debris and remains of the …

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