Gaza's struggle for electricity One of the challenges in the Gaza Strip is the limited supply of power and electricity. Prior to the recent conflict, there were already significant power shortages and electricity was often… By: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

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Gaza's struggle for electricity One of the challenges in the Gaza Strip is the limited supply of power and electricity. Prior to the recent conflict, there were already significant power shortages and electricity was often… By: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

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Joint Arab List lashes back at Liberman after he calls to boycott them By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,JPOST.COM STAFF Yahad cant pay campaign staff Yishai says By JEREMY SHARON Lipman not seeking US citizenship back By GIL HOFFMAN Central Elections Committee disqualifies two ballots in Kfar Kassem By LAHAV HARKOV Safed mayor pulls out of Yisrael Beytenu list before swearing in as MK By LAHAV HARKOV

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(JTA) _ American Jewish groups moved to calm continuing tensions between Jerusalem and Washington in the wake of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decisive reelection this week. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and the Anti-Defamation League all released statements Thursday welcoming Netanyahu’s …

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Jewish Groups Seek To Paper Over Differences on Benjamin Netanyahu Reelection


(JTA) _ American Jewish groups moved to calm continuing tensions between Jerusalem and Washington in the wake of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decisive reelection this week. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and the Anti-Defamation League all released statements Thursday welcoming Netanyahu’s …

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(JTA) _ American Jewish groups moved to calm continuing tensions between Jerusalem and Washington in the wake of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decisive reelection this week. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and the Anti-Defamation League all released statements Thursday welcoming Netanyahu’s …

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Jewish Groups Seek To Paper Over Differences on Benjamin Netanyahu Reelection


Feb 16 2015 / 11:34 pm Israeli authorities on Monday approved a solid waste landfill project on over 500 kilometers of land in occupied East Jerusalem. Israeli settlement researcher Ahmad Sublaban told Maan that the district planning and construction committee approved that plan, number 13900, to build a landfill on over 546 kilometers of land between the villages of al-Issawiya and Anata and over 13 of which will be used for a road network leading to the landfill.

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Israeli Authorities Approved Landfill Project in East Jerusalem


Feb 16 2015 / 11:34 pm Israeli authorities on Monday approved a solid waste landfill project on over 500 kilometers of land in occupied East Jerusalem. Israeli settlement researcher Ahmad Sublaban told Maan that the district planning and construction committee approved that plan, number 13900, to build a landfill on over 546 kilometers of land between the villages of al-Issawiya and Anata and over 13 of which will be used for a road network leading to the landfill

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Israeli Authorities Approved Landfill Project in East Jerusalem


Feb 9 2015 / 10:25 pm The Israeli army on Monday declared part of the desert area east of Jerusalem in the West Bank a closed military zone, a local committee leader said. Bassam Bahr, the head of the committee to defend land and resist settlements, told Maan that the Israeli military had banned Palestinians from entering a desert area stretching from eastern Anata to Bethlehem, south to Hebron, and east to the Dead Sea. The decision is part of an Israeli policy of land theft and Judaization of the West Bank, Bahr said.

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Israeli Army Declares West Bank Desert Area Closed Military Zone


Feb 9 2015 / 10:25 pm The Israeli army on Monday declared part of the desert area east of Jerusalem in the West Bank a closed military zone, a local committee leader said. Bassam Bahr, the head of the committee to defend land and resist settlements, told Maan that the Israeli military had banned Palestinians from entering a desert area stretching from eastern Anata to Bethlehem, south to Hebron, and east to the Dead Sea. The decision is part of an Israeli policy of land theft and Judaization of the West Bank, Bahr said.

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Israeli Army Declares West Bank Desert Area Closed Military Zone