Società civile palestinese

Palestinian man crushed to death inside overcrowded Israeli checkpoint

Ma'an News Agency, 01/01/2015

Palestinian workers wait at a checkpoint in Bethlehem to enter Israel.(MaanImages/file)
Palestinian workers wait at a checkpoint in Bethlehem to enter Israel.(MaanImages/file)

TULKAREM (Ma'an) -- A Palestinian man from the northern West Bank village of Farun died Wednesday morning after he was crushed to death inside an Israeli checkpoint near Tulkarem as he was trying to get to work.

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Oltre l’ideologia

Internazionale, 22 dic 2014

 

La dottoressa più impegnata del quartiere di Beit Hakerem, a Gerusalemme Ovest, è un’israeliana d’origine palestinese. Ha moltissimi pazienti, tutti ebrei israeliani, vista la composizione sociale del quartiere. Il suo tirocinante è un ebreo osservante che indossa la kippah. Com’è giusto che sia, tra loro ci sono ottimi rapporti professionali. I figli della dottoressa frequentano una scuola bilingue che di recente è stata incendiata in un attacco razzista.

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The logic of Abbas the monarch, subcontractor of the occupation

Haaretz, 24.12.14

 

Abbas’ sane warning against falling into the trap of war evaporates due to his dictatorial conduct.

 

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The problem is that diplomacy at the United Nations (and before that the meaningless negotiations) is enabling the status quo that Israel is exploiting to create permanent Palestinian bantustans, the same status quo from which the PA nomenclature also benefits. The problem is that Abbas is treating his non-state and his movement like an absolute monarch.

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As Jews in Jerusalem fear violence, Arab workers pay with their livelihoods

Haaretz, 21.11.14

 

Twenty-seven East Jerusalem bus drivers quit their jobs, other go on strike, after fellow driver found hanged in bus; 'people are frightened.'

 

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Taxi driver Riyad Jatt of the Silwan neighborhood says he stopped to pick up two female passengers near the entrance to Jerusalem Thursday morning.

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Fearing Jewish attacks, 100 Arab bus drivers in Jerusalem quit their jobs

Haaretz, 12.12.14

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the wave of violence in the city in recent months, which has included violent attacks on Arab drivers, has caused 100 of them – about a third of Egged’s Arab drivers – to quit. Forty have officially resigned, while 60 have simply not shown up for work. [...]

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