Israeli leaders have long targeted the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement and its leader Raed Salah.
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SodaStream will close its factory in an illegal Israeli settlement next week.
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Kheir Hamdan is one of at least 51 Palestinian citizens of Israel killed by police since October 2000.
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Many young Palestinian citizens of Israel have been radicalized over the past few years.
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Two Palestinian Bedouins have died as a result of Israeli police violence in the last week.
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Sami al-Jaar is the 49th Palestinian citizen of Israel killed by police since October 2000, according to rights groups.
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Israel has been trying to transform indigenous farmers into an “urban proletariat” since at least the 1960s.
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The village of al-Araqib is a living testament to how the Nakba never stopped.
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A new Israeli proposal that would forcibly transfer more than 40,000 Bedouin citizens into government-planned townships in the Negev (Naqab) desert has raised the ire of Bedouin communities and their supporters, who say that the plan is both discriminatory and ignores the Bedouins’ historic connection to the land.
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