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75% of Israeli Jews Oppose Palestinian State on '67 Lines, withdrawal from Jordan Valley, division of Jerusalem [VIDEO]

JERUSALEM CENTER FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS
by Staff
October 19, 2014

Since 2005, the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs has conducted opinion polls on the peace process, Israeli withdrawal to the 1967 lines, continued Israeli control of the Jordan Valley, and the proposed division of Jerusalem. 217 more words

Israel & Middle East

Final destination

After decades of persecution, the Palestinian Bedouins now face a threat of forcible transfer to urban townships. Six township plans laid by the Israeli Authorities have provoked severe opposition from the Bedouins – some of them victims of displacement since the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. 761 more words

Settlements

29/09/14: Israeli Army cuts electricity to Aqraba homes

At approximately 6am on Monday morning, bulldozers accompanied by the Israeli Army demolished 60 electricity pylons, providing electricity to homes in Aqraba village, just south east of Nablus city. 103 more words

BDS

' Civil Administration Files Plan Forcing Bedouin's to Relocate '

#AceNewsServices – JORDAN VALLEY – September 23 – The Civil Administration has filed for objections plans for establishing a new settlement in the Jordan Valley, where thousands of Bedouins will be forced to relocate. 206 more words

#ANS2014

"The only thing we have is education." ~Nawal, headmistress of Al Jiftlik Secondary School

IN PALESTINE, THE OBSTACLES TO RECEIVING AN EDUCATION ARE NUMEROUS. CHECKPOINTS, MILITARY PRESENCE, SETTLER ATTACKS, TREACHEROUS ROADS, CLOSED MILITARY ZONES, DEMOLITION ORDERS, AND VIOLENT CLASHES ARE ONLY A FEW.   675 more words

Palestine

Access to water in the Jordan Valley

“Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink” John 7:37

by Sophie, Jordan Valley team

The midday sun is coming into it’s own as we seek sanctuary under a tree in ‘Ein el Beida. 868 more words

Settlements

Oldest Metal Object Just Found in Middle East

A copper awl found during the excavations at Tel Tsaf in the Jordan Valley is the oldest metal object unearthed to date in the Middle East. 881 more words

Copper