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29 March, 2015
Chaim Levinson, Haaretz

Residents of Sussia granted temporary injunction against demolition in 2014, but state wants to move them to nearby Yatta. The state has asked the High Court of Justice for permission to... read more →


23 March, 2015
Jon Stone, The Independent

Isareli settlers are colonising Palestinian territory under the guise of moving in to areas to protect historic archaeological sites, the British government has said. Ministers say they are concerned that the... read more →


13 March, 2015
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

Conflict of interest mars the proceedings; opponents hope the next government will block the plan. The National Planning and Building Council has postponed a decision on whether to set up a... read more →


5 March, 2015
Haaretz, Haaretz

Move comes despite Israeli tourist office's claim that 'the brochure made clear a distinction between Israel and the Occupied Territories,' according to British group. The British Advertising Standards Authority has banned... read more →


5 March, 2015
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

Project expected to spark fierce opposition on diplomatic and environmental grounds. Surveyors have visited the courtyard of a church on Jerusalem’s Mount Zion several times over the last few months. Their... read more →


22 February, 2015

Scores of Turkish troops and vehicles have entered Syria to evacuate and destroy a mausoleum where a forefather of the Ottoman empire was buried. The BBC's Matthew Davis considers why... read more →


25 January, 2015
Lauren Gelfond Feldinger, The Art Newspaper

But the Vatican is concerned that the planned barrier will still encroach on nearby Bethlehem properties Israel’s Supreme Court earlier this month dismissed a landmark case thereby preventing Israel’s West Bank... read more →


22 January, 2015
DANIEL K. EISENBUD, Jerusalem Post

Dismantled bridge built to supplant Mughrabi Bridge last summer resulted in status quo change allegations. Emek Shaveh, an organization of archaeologists and community activists who study the role of archaeology in... read more →


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