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Daybreak: Settlers Plan Confrontation

Plus, second Itamar killer sentenced, the counterrevolution has begun, and more in the news

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The Ulpana neighborhood of Beit El(Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

• Settlers plan to physically block the court-ordered removal of 5 stone houses in the Ulpana neighborhood in Beit El. The removal is scheduled for July 1. [JPost]

• The Egyptian parliament is refusing to dissolve after a court ruling they’ved dismissed as a military coup. Two days until the Presidential election. [NYT]

• Meanwhile, the activists who overthrew the old regime are looking for answers. [NYT]

• MK Anastasia Michaeli of the Yisrael Beytenu party, faux-pologized for suggesting that gay people “commit suicide when they are 40.” [JPost]

• Syrian troops have renewed shelling of rebel-held areas. [Times of Israel]

• Amjad Awad was convicted of killing five members of the Fogel family and given five life sentences. [Haaretz]

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yevka says:

45 years of occupation which has led a garden path to world wide condemnation and isolation.

 http://www.icahd.org/?p=8341

the costs cannot be conscienced anymore.

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