Occupied: Headlines From Palestine

Blogging From Gaza, Palestine

Headlines From Palestine: June 16, 2015

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Israeli Occupation Forces Destroy 100’s Of Palestinian Trees Again Today

Israeli military vehicles this morning cut down hundreds of trees east of Tubas in a valley of the region.

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Israeli Occupation Blocks Visit Of UN Human Rights Envoy

Israel has blocked a visit to the Palestinian territories by a UN rights envoy, an official said Monday, just ahead of the publication of a United Nations report on last year’s Gaza war.

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We Shall Overcome! Palestinian Company Develops Tempered Glass After Denied Import By Israel

After Israeli occupation authorities banned Palestinians from importing tempered (anti-bullet) glass, The Shweiki Brothers Industrial Commercial Company  (SBIC) in Hebron developed a new kind of glass which can be used in Banks and associations that need protection.

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Palestinian Stores In Hebron Reopen After 21 Year Closure Imposed By Israeli Forces

The city of Hebron celebrated on Monday the reopening of dozens of stores in Hebron old city after Israel closed them under a military order 21 years ago.

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Israeli Occupation Extends Apartheid Law Against Palestinians For Another Year

The Israeli Knesset last night has extended the “family reunification prevention” bill for Palestinian families for another year. 57 MKs have voted in favor of the extension, 20 voted against and 5 abstained.

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

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