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Israeli soldiers have arrested a member of the Hamas-led Palestinian government in the West Bank city of Ram Allah, Palestinian security officials say.
Simultaneous demonstrations calling for an end to the occupation of the Palestinian territories have taken place in Tel Aviv and Ram Allah.
Rachel Shabi
Palestinians are voting in large numbers in the first legislative elections in a decade, with the ruling Fatah party facing an unprecedented challenge to its grip on power from Hamas.
With hours to go before the start of the Palestinian legislative elections, voters and candidates are hoping that the polls will be fair, free, and above all peaceful.
Laila El-Haddad in the Gaza and Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank

Aljazeera's correspondent in Gaza reports that an Israeli reconnaissance aircraft has targeted the Nabil Masud group, which is affiliated to al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, in Jabaliya, leaving two Palestinians dead and several others wounded.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has pledged to continue Yasser Arafat's struggle to gain a foothold in Jerusalem, while thousands of Palestinians have marked the first anniversary of his death. 

Now that Israel has withdrawn settlers and security forces from the Gaza Strip, the focus has shifted to the West Bank, where Jewish settlement growth and a lengthening separation barrier continue to contribute to the annexation of Palestinian lands.

Laila El-Haddad in Gaza

Jewish and Arab musicians have performed a solidarity concert to a packed-out audience in the West Bank city of Ram Allah conducted by the legendary Argentine-Israeli musician Daniel Barenboim.

Palestinians have burned rubber tyres along the trail of the Israeli separation barrier in the West Bank in a symbolic protest against its ongoing construction under the smokescreen of the Gaza pullout.
Laila El-Haddad in Gaza

Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas has placed the security services in Ram Allah on a "state of alert" following an incident in which fighters fired into the air inside his compound, officials have said. 

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