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A tale of two evictions in Israel

The Israeli government is planning to pay just under $15 million to compensate and evacuate settlers who have built their homes on privately owned Palestinian land in an outpost Netiv Ha'aot. But the Israeli government's treatment of Palestinians who are evicted is quite different -- there is no compensation or temporary homes and families have been left homeless.

Israel destroyed record number of Palestinian homes in 2019 – report

Israel destroyed record number of Palestinian homes in 2019 – report

Israel-Palestine Tensions: US reverses Israeli settlement policy

Israel-Palestine Tensions: US reverses Israeli settlement policy

Rethinking Israel

Rethinking Israel

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Palestinian Susya residents fight demolition

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Palestinian Susya residents fight demolition

The Square: Trump’s immigration struggle

The Square: Trump’s immigration struggle

The Square: The Iranian Americans

The Square: The Iranian Americans

The Square: Maternal Health in America

The Square: Maternal Health in America

The Square: Ramadan in America

The Square: Ramadan in America

The Square: The Health of Prisoners

The Square: The Health of Prisoners

The Square: Clean Water for All?

The Square: Clean Water for All?

Separated families at US-Mexican border

Separated families at US-Mexican border

The Square: America’s Mental Health

The Square: America’s Mental Health

The Square: Measles outbreaks in the US put spotlight on vaccine opponents

The Square: Measles outbreaks in the US put spotlight on vaccine opponents

The Square: Violence against women

The Square: Violence against women

The Square: America’s opioid epidemic

The Square: America’s opioid epidemic

The Square: America’s housing crisis

The Square: America’s housing crisis

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