- Category: Politiche israeliane
- Published on Wednesday, 28 August 2013 09:56
- Written by volontari di Operazione Colomba* - a cura di Nena News
Lo Stato d'Israele presenta alla Corte Suprema la risposta alle mozioni contro la Firing Zone 918. Ma la battaglia delle comunità a Sud di Hebron prosegue. Anche online.
7 agosto 2013
|Comunità palestinesi nella Firing Zone 918 (Foto: Operazione Colomba)|
At-Tuwani (Hebron), 7 agosto 2013, Nena News - Mercoledì 31 luglio 2013 lo Stato israeliano ha presentato all'Alta Corte di Giustizia israeliana la risposta alle due mozioni che chiedono l'annullamento dell'evacuazione forzata di otto dei dodici villaggi che compongono la Firing Zone 918. Nella risposta lo Stato espone le motivazioni per cui l'evacuazione forzata non andrebbe bloccata: "Le esercitazioni [nella Firing Zone 918, ndr] fanno risparmiare all'esercito israeliano tempo e denaro".
- Category: Politiche palestinesi
- Published on Monday, 26 August 2013 08:46
- Written by Amira Hass
Samarwa does not speak Hebrew; his two terms of detention were too brief. The time left before leaving to visit the released prisoners of Azmut allowed us to engage in some conversation. [...] Then come the rhetorical questions: “Look, you’re here, two Israelis. Has anything bad happened to you? Two hundred and fifty thousand Palestinians went to the sea over the holiday. Did anything bad happen to Israel? [...]”
- Category: Politiche israeliane
- Published on Thursday, 22 August 2013 12:55
- Written by Jews for Justice for Palestinians
July 30th, 2013
In this posting, factsheet from the Center for Economic and Social Rights; an excerpt – Israeli Military Orders – from Amnesty International’s report, Troubled Waters, and a factsheet from Stop the Wall, Nurturing Water Apartheid in Palestine, on Israel’s water company Mekorot.
Infographic by Michael Vexler, www.vex.co.il
THE RIGHT TO WATER IN PALESTINE: A BACKGROUND
Factsheet by Center for Economic and Social Rights
The Israeli confiscation and control of Palestinian water resources is a defining feature of the Israeli occupation and a major impediment to a just resolution of the Israel-Palestine conflict. Furthermore, Israel’s control of Palestinian water resources undermines any possibility for sustainable development and violates Palestinians’ human right to safe, accessible, and accessible, and adequate drinking water.
- Category: Egitto
- Published on Thursday, 22 August 2013 08:47
- Written by David D. Kirkpatrick, Peter Baker and Michael R. Gordon
The New York Times, August 17, 2013
while the Qataris and Emiratis talked about “reconciliation” in front of the Americans, Western diplomats here said they believed the Emiratis were privately urging the Egyptian security forces to crack down.
- Category: Dissidenza ebraica
- Published on Sunday, 18 August 2013 10:04
- Written by Norman Finkelstein, Jamie Stern-Weiner
Jews for Justice for Palestinians, August 1st, 2013
After months of intensive shuttle diplomacy, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has announced a new round of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. To better understand the prospects for and implications of a revived Middle East peace process, I spoke with American activist and scholar Norman Finkelstein. Finkelstein has been writing and lecturing about the Israel-Palestine conflict for decades, and is the author of, among other books, Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Antisemitism and the Abuse of History and Knowing Too Much: Why the American Jewish Romance with Israel is Coming to an End. He is currently working on a book with Mouin Rabbani entitled How to Resolve the Israel-Palestine Conflict.
Jeremy Ben-Ami, who heads J Street, the main liberal Zionist lobby in the U.S., welcomes renewed peace talks as a potentially “historic opportunity” to reach a two-state settlement. You’ve been a close observer of the peace process for more than two decades. Can renewed talks produce a “historic” moment, or should we expect more of the same?