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Headlines From Palestine: February 22, 2015

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Hundreds Of Palestinians Flee As Israeli Occupation Opens Dams Into Gaza Valley

Hundreds of Palestinians were evacuated from their homes Sunday morning after Israeli authorities opened a number of dams near the border, flooding the Gaza Valley in the wake of a recent severe winter storm.

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Israeli Occupation Troops Open Fire At Gaza Farmers Today 

Israeli forces stationed in military vehicles along the southeastern border of the Gaza Strip on Sunday opened fire at Palestinian farmers in their fields in the eastern outskirts of Rafah.

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Demolitions

Israeli Terrorists Chop Down 36 Palestinian Olive Trees In South Hebron Hills

Israeli settlers chopped down Friday 36 olive trees in the south Hebron hills, said Operation Dove, an Italian peace group, in a press release,

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Maan Images

Israeli Occupation Demolitions Leave 4 Bedouin Families Homeless In Negev

Israeli authorities on Sunday demolished four homes belonging to Palestinian Bedouins near the town of Hurah in the Negev Desert in Southern Israel.

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Political Prisoners

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Maan Image Archive

Israeli Occupation Military Court Issues Imprisonment Sentences To Eight Prisoners

An Israeli military court has sentenced eight Palestinians from the West Bank to serve between 10 and 42 months, according to the Palestinian Prisoner’s Club (PPC).

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Author: OccPalGaza

Blogging from Gaza-current events, news and actions against the Occupation.

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