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Settlers and Settlements: May 6, 2012

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Despite an order issued by the Civil Administration last week, unknown individuals have continued construction work at the Ein al-Qaws spring near the villages of Nabi Salih and Dir Nizam.

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May 6th, 2012 at 10:49 pm

Military and Security Forces: 25 November, 2010

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The Israeli army has not yet evicted the settlers who invaded the stores in the Hebron wholesale market, despite having received an order permitting it to do so two and a half years ago. The Palestinian renters of the property have appealed to the Supreme Court of Justice with a demand that the eviction order be put into action. (Hebrew)

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November 25th, 2010 at 4:46 am

Military and Security Forces: 12 November, 2010

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The Israeli army expelled two foreign, left-wing activists from Bir Zeyt, claiming that they had not asked for a residence pass. The order under which they were expelled, last updated in 1970, states that people who do not reside in the Occupied Palestinian Territories are only permitted to apply for a 48-hour residence pass. The Israeli army also uses the order to expel Palestinians who moved to the West Bank from the Gaza Strip, but admits that it has not issued a single residence permit for the Occupied Palestinian Territories since 1970, and that it does not expel settlers for violation of the order.  (Hebrew)