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The Customs Union and Israel’s No-State Solution

By Amal Ahmad | Al-Shabaka | November 29, 2014

Trade regimes between nation states are either autonomous, implying that nation X has no trade obligations towards nation Y, or preferential, establishing low barriers between X and Y and binding them with reciprocal obligations and benefits.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

Israeli Occupation Forces Issue Demolition Orders In Hebron

HEBRON (Ma’an) – Israeli forces on Sunday issued demolition orders for two structures west of Hebron, locals said.
Nayif Muhammad Ahmad Itmeiza told Ma’an that he was issued a demolition order for a steel structures next to his home in Idnha. 96 more words

Palestine

Gaza Docter Mads Gilbert named Norway's person of year

Mads Gilbert, 67,whose day job is head physician and anaesthesiologist as the University Hospital of North Norway, spent more than fifty days treating many of the 11,000 injured in this summer’s conflict. 315 more words

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Farming Without Water. Palestinian Agriculture in the Jordan Valley

EWASHPalestine | December 7, 2014

The movie talks about Palestinian agriculture in the Jordan Valley. Nowadays most of the agriculture in the area is cultivated by illegal Israeli settlers who appropriated land and water from Palestinian farmers.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

Walls Continue to Divide: East Berlin to the West Bank

In November of 2014 the world celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Across Europe and around the world celebrations occurred and tributes were given to the brave and passionate citizens who united to bring the wall down. 1,221 more words

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Daily Injustice: Israeli Occupation Forces Deny Jenin Area Workers Entry To Israel

JENIN (Ma’an) — Israeli forces on Sunday morning denied Palestinian workers from the West Bank entry to Israel through two checkpoints near Jenin despite the fact that they had permits to work in Israel. 227 more words

Palestine

Holy Land: Day 5

We swapped rooms last night and were very excited to find that our window looked up out of a basement and into Manger Square. Less excited this morning when the muezzin’s call to prayer from the mosque began at 5.30am! 1,452 more words

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