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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 2:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israelis on Facebook celebrating the death of Palestinian children
abirkopty ⋅ February 16, 2012


'Following the news on the tragic accident today on Jaba road near Ramallah, due to clash of track with school bus, where at least nine children and one teacher were killed and tens were injuried, Israeli comments on facebook, were inhumane to say the least.

Comments on Israeli news website Walla’s post on it’s Facebook page about the accident, showed despicable satisfaction and celebration by Israelis and a disgraceful wish there will be more of such:'



UPDATE February 17th

'later on I found this screen shot on an Arab local website Bokra from Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamen Netanyahu’s official Facebook page:'


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 1:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israel's bogus case for bombing Gaza obscures political motives
Max Blumenthal | 2012-03-11 | alakhbar


'The Jerusalem Post, which functions as a virtual bulletin board for the Israeli army, told a similar story: "The IDF said it decided to bomb Qaisi’s car due to intelligence that he was plotting a large terrorist attack along the border with Egypt," the paper reported, "similar to the one the [Popular Resistance Committee] carried out last August that killed eight Israelis."

As is so often the case, the Israeli army is lying. According to the army's own investigation of the Eliat attack last year, the attackers were not from Gaza as Israeli government spokespeople initially claimed -- they were Egyptian. The army's investigative findings were first reported by Alex Fishman, the military correspondent for the Israeli daily Yedioth Aharanoth, who had treated the earlier attempts to blame Gaza's Popular Resistance Committees for Eilat with extreme skepticism. Bloggers Idan Landau [Hebrew only], Richard Silverstein and Yossi Gurvitz also marshaled evidence shredding the army's case against Gaza.'


Security forces spray foul smelling liquid on a funeral procession in Hebron
February 2012
Filmed by: Musa Abu Hashhash, B'Tselem field researcher


'On Friday, February 24, 2012, a demonstration against the closure of Shuhada Street to Palestinian pedestrians and vehicles was held in Hebron. Shortly before it ended, and completely unrelated to it, the Fanun family was preparing to lay ‘Abd al-Mun’im Fanun, who died the day before, to rest in the Muslim cemetery in Tel Rumeida. The way to the cemetery passes near where the demonstration was taking place. Before the funeral procession arrived at the cemetery, it encountered border police and army forces. The family tried to talk to the border police officers who were at the scene so that they would allow the procession to reach the cemetery, but to no avail. A few minutes later, a security force vehicle sprayed a foul smelling liquid (“skunk”) on the demonstrators, who had remained on the street, and on the deceased’s body and the mourners.'


21 Feb. '12: MAG Corps exempts officer from responsibility for shooting non-violent demonstrator with rubber bullet



What a heroic 'officer'. Scurry off like the rodent he is. Big man. Shooting someone with a long rifle 15 feet away. That man should be skinned alive, then his fellow murderous scum. Make them do the running man like that porker Ariel Sharon - sleep tight Ariel, sleep tight buddy.

Watch this clip. See how the other IDF butchers could care less what is happening?

Time for war crimes tribunal. The parasitic state needs to be busted and prosecuted. Not allow them to use Iran/Syria as a smoke screen for continuous ops against civilian populations.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 7:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israel's Script in Gaza: Assassinate, Wait for Response and Bomb
By Sunday evening, 18 people had been killed in Gaza by Israeli airstrikes.
March 12, 2012 | Alternet


Editor's Note: This story is based on a current event, and information may change rapidly. Click here for the original post.


Photo: Is this child a terrorist or collateral damage?
Update: This child died.

'Take the seven-year-old brain-dead child pictured, admitted to Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza City while I was there this-morning - does he look like a terrorist? Or like a civilian victim of collateral damage? Take the 12 killed overnight, and at last count, the three more killed today - 'terrorists about to attack Israel' says the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) to justify their attacks on innocent civilians going about their daily business, walking in the street, going to school.

"Rockets have been fired at Israel" say the reports [News links: Jerusalem Post - Times Of Israel/IDF lapdogs], failing to mention the number of rockets, missiles and other weaponry they themselves fired at Gaza before Gazans fired even one rocket in retaliation to Israel's breaking of the ceasefire.



"Four Israeli's have been injured, one critically" says a report, ignoring the double-digit deaths of Gazans and scores injured by Israel in the same period.

Whatever happened to civilised legal practices such as due process? Since when it is okay to decide, without producing a shred of evidence, that it is acceptable to murder someone because you think they might do something bad in the future? No, not murder – butcher them. The last 24 hours have seen Israel fine-tune their terrorism into the most macabre and pathological form of video-game-like carnage.'

Once again. It is time to isolate the parasitic state. Cut off funding to the parasite, and then let it wither.

Then war crimes tribunals. For Bush, Blair, the Sleeping Sharon on and on...Bush and Blair especially. But Israel has done enough. It is time this criminal state was punished severely.



Related: Egypt's Parliament demands expulsion of Israeli ambassador

In an evening session Monday, the Egyptian People’s Assembly demanded the deportation of the Israeli ambassador, Yaakov Amitai, and the withdrawal of the Egyptian ambassador from Tel Aviv. The assembly voted unanimously on a statement prepared by the Committee on Arab Affairs, which also called for stopping gas exports to Israel in protest against the brutal attacks committed by Israel against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, considering it a flagrant violation of human rights. Assembly speaker Saad al-Katatny asked a special parliamentary committee to follow up the implementation of the demands with the government.

The statement said, “Egypt after the revolution will never be a friend of the Zionist entity, the first enemy of Egypt and the Arab nation,” and demanded that the Egyptian government review all its relations and agreements with that “enemy.” It also called for activating the Arab boycott of the “Zionist entity” and the international companies that deal with it, considering such boycott strong support of the “choice of resistance,” the strategic option for the liberation of the occupied territories.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Under the Guise of Legality: Declarations on state land in the West Bank
Summary | March 2012 | B'TSelem


'Since the 1979 judgment of the High Court of Justice in the Elon Moreh case, which prohibited the requisition of private Palestinian land to build civilian settlements, the settlement enterprise has been based on the use of state land. However, the amount of land recorded in the land registry as government property prior to Israel’s occupation of the West Bank in 1967 was limited (527,000 dunams, 9 percent of the West Bank, excluding East Jerusalem), and was concentrated in the Jordan Valley. The Central Mountain Ridge region contained almost no state land.

Following the court’s ruling in the Elon Moreh case, and in line with policies of building settlements throughout the West Bank, including on the Central Mountain Ridge, the State of Israel declared more than 900,000 dunams as state land. Over the years, B'Tselem and other human rights organizations criticized Israel’s declarations policy, both on procedural grounds – Palestinians were often denied the right to effectively object to the declaration – and on the substantive claim that the declarations were intended to promote an unlawful objective: the establishment of settlements, which, because it creates permanent change in occupied territory, is forbidden under international law.

B'Tselem’s new report considers the subject from a novel perspective: it examines the declarations policy from the aspect of the local land laws, the most important being the Ottoman Land Code of 1858. The report provides a detailed analysis of the 1858 Code and the Ottoman, British Mandatory, and Jordanian land laws that amended and revised it. The report also discusses relevant court rulings from the Mandatory period. The analysis shows that Israel’s application of its declarations policy was unlawful, since it classified some land as government property even though, under the local Law, it was private Palestinian property.'

Related: Out of My Window

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 1:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gaza Ambulances Stop Responding to Calls as Fuel Reserves Hit Zero
Alexander Higgins - March 27, 2012 at 10:28 am


'With fuel reserves at zero, medical officials are warning that in case of another large-scale military attack by Israel, the ambulance service would be unable to cope. Most people in Gaza only have electricity for six hours per day. Gaza has suffered chronic electricity and fuel shortages due to Israel’s 2006 bombing of the territory’s only power generating plant, exacerbated by the blockade which severely restricts fuel imports, as well as disputes between the Gaza and West Bank wings of the Palestinian Authority over payment.

The immediate cause of the current shortage, however, stems from a dispute between Egypt and Hamas authorities in Gaza over the delivery of fuel imports through Israel.'

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 7:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am a firm believer in knowing the background, lifestyle, experiences of those personalities in the stories we hear today and not long past. Let's call it History. For eg, if we study the history around the US Civil War, we would benefit knowing how Lincoln grew up. Poor/rich, educated, sick, struggles etc....these events in our lives shape how we deal. Can help explain why certain decisons were made or not made etc...kind of like a profile.

Instead of beating on the parasite, I thought I would relay some info on how certain leaders may have formed opinions about the world they see.


Israel’s Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu shakes hands with Defence Minister Ehud Barak before their meeting in Jerusalem in this February 23, 2009 file photo. Forty years before becoming Israel’s top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. REUTERS/Ammar Awad/Files


Secret unit members Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak operate as a covert team
Dan Williams | Mar 28, 2012 | Reuters


JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Forty years before becoming Israel’s top decision-making duo, Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner.

Disguised as tousle-haired mechanics, with slim pistols concealed beneath their white overalls, Israel’s future prime minister and defense chief had stormed the Sabena jet at Lod airport near Tel Aviv as part of Sayeret Matkal, the secret special forces regiment which Barak, then aged 30, led.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israel seals off West Bank for Land Day protests
March 30, 2012 | Associated Press


'Israeli forces went on high alert in anticipation of mass demonstrations Friday, sealing off swaths of territory and tightening restrictions on entering a flashpoint holy site as Palestinians and Arabs prepared for a day of marches throughout the region.

The Land Day rallies are an annual event marked by Israeli Arabs and Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza who protest what they say are discriminatory Israeli land policies. Supporters in neighbouring Arab countries are also planning marches near Israel's borders in solidarity events.'

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DAY OF POGROMS AND TERROR THROUGHOUT PALESTINE
Author | March 31, 2012 | Desert Peace




'Israeli border police officers use pepper spray as they detain an injured Palestinian protester during clashes on Land Day after Friday prayers outside Damascus Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City on March 30.'

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 03, 2012 8:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Water being used to coerce Bedouin villagers
April 2, 2012 | IRIN News


'The Israeli authorities forced Umm al-Hieran residents to move to the area where the village now sits in 1956, shortly after the military had evicted them from their original homes in the Wadi Zuballa area of the Negev desert.


Photo: Jillian Kestler-D'Amours/IRIN
The Bedouins in Umm al-Hieran village live several kilometers
away from a source of clean water and rely on trucks to get their supply


In 2004, the villagers faced a new threat of expulsion, as the Southern District Planning Committee unveiled a master plan which involves once again displacing Umm al-Hieran, and building the Jewish community of Hiran in its place. According to the Israeli government, the 500 residents of Umm al-Hieran are trespassers who are illegally squatting on state land.

Some 80-90,000 Bedouin citizens of Israel live in unrecognized villages in the southern Negev, according to a report by the Association for Civil Rights in Israel. As a result of their unrecognized status, nearly every structure in these communities can be demolished at any time, and residents do not receive basic services from the state, including electricity, paved roads, healthcare facilities, schools, and water.'


Photo: Left: Ein al-'Uja spring in better days. Photo: Itamar Grinberg. The dry 'Ein Uja spring today. Photo: Eyal Hareuveni, B'Tselem, 23 March 2011

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shocker

Boycott all Israeli companies. Don't be surprised if the Palestinians just carry on. Ignore Israel. Ignore their war drum banging. Boycott the parasite.

Hague: Palestinian Authority Has No Standing
Gabe Kahn | 4/3/2012 | Arutz Sheva


'The Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court in The Hague announced Tuesday that he rejected a complaint filed by the PA against Israel for alleged war crimes during "Operation Cast Lead" in Gaza in 2009. The prosecutor explained that only states can file a complaint with the International Criminal Court. "The Palestinian Authority is only an observer at the United Nations and not a member state.

The prosecutor's office noted that, for its purposes, the recognition of "Palestine" by 130 countries and several international organizations, including UN organizations, was immaterial. The decision brings an end to a PA bid launched on 22 January 2009 to gain defacto recognition by the ICC by granting the Hague jurisdiction over “the territory of Palestine.”

The PA's declaration purported to invoke Article 12 (3) of the Rome Statute, which specifically enables "a state which is not a party to this Statute" to request that the ICC exercise its jurisdiction on an ad hoc basis with respect to an alleged crime in that state’s territory, or involving its nationals.'

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Israel: Documents show Defence Ministry planned West Bank land grabs
Jean Shaoul | 10 April 2012 | WSW


'Recently released documents show that Israel’s Civil Administration, part of the Defence Ministry, has long earmarked up to 10 percent of the West Bank for new settlements or the expansion of existing ones. This is in contravention of international law, which bans the construction of towns and villages by the occupying power on territory captured in war.

Under the 1993 Oslo Accords, which was supposed to lead to a separate Palestinian state on the West Bank and Gaza, with minor land swaps between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA), Palestinian land was divided up pending the final agreement into three areas: Area A, under PA control; Area B, under joint Israeli and PA control; and Area C, under Israeli control.

But according to Ha’aretz, the Civil Administration has for years been identifying and mapping land in the West Bank and naming these parcels of land after existing settlements. It had marked out 569 parcels of land, equal to about 155,000 acres, 90 percent of which is in the area designated under Area C, with the remaining 10 percent in areas A and B.'

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Palestine Can Join ICC
Ma'an | 04/13/2012 | Palestine Chronicle


'Palestine can still pursue an investigation into possible Israeli war crimes during the last offensive on Gaza at the International Criminal Court, PLO observer to the UN Riyad Mansour said Monday.

ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo on April 3 rejected the Palestinian Authority's request for a tribunal into the December 2008 war because Palestine is not a recognized state.

Mansour told Ma'an the decision did not mark the end of the bid.'

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