Gerusalemme

GERUSALEMME. Auto investe pedoni, per la polizia è un attacco volontario

06 mar 2015

Stamattina un’auto ha ferito vicino alla Hebrew University tre poliziotte di frontiera e due pedoni. La polizia ha aperto il fuoco sul sospetto. I parenti portati al Russian compound per un interrogatorio. Subito rafforzati i controlli in città.

AGGIORNAMENTO ore 16.15 – LE REAZIONI POLITICHE

Dopo l’attacco di questa mattina sono arrivate a stretto giro le reazioni del mondo politico israeliano. Il ministro della Sicurezza Aharonovitch ha detto durante un meeting che un simile tipo di attacchi “non può essere previsto”, ma che farà di tutto per evitarli: “Dobbiamo stare in allerta e le agenzie di intelligence devono fare il possibile per evitare questi attacchi”.

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Analysis: The political orphans of Jerusalem revolt

Ma'an News Agency, 05/02/15

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Women watch Israeli forces demolish a home in East Jerusalem in May. (MaanImages/file)

 

Judaization attempts are synchronized by the Israeli government, police, courts, Jewish settlers, radical groups and Knesset members, with each group doing its part.

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Illegal at home: The story of Daoud al-Ghoul

Middle East Eye, 16 December 2014

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Local groups say Israel's deportations of Palestinian Jerusalemites are 'unjust, illegal and inhumane' (AFP)

On Sunday 30 November, 31-year-old Daoud al-Ghoul was called to the police station in the Old City of Jerusalem. The reason, he was to discover, was to receive an order expelling him from the city for six months. On the basis of a secret file that said he was a danger to public security, he was told, Daoud was suddenly illegally present in the city he’d called home for his whole life.

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The Battle for Jerusalem

Middle East Eye, 19 November 2014

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Just a few hundred metres away from al-Aqsa, the crowded and poor Palestinian neighbourhood of Silwan is in the first stages of Judaisation. It is now referred to as the City of David. Just after settlers took over 23 more apartments in Silwan at the end of September, and violent clashes ensued, an advert appeared congratulating the settlers on their Zionist endeavour. "The strengthening of Jewish presence in Jerusalem is our common challenge," went the ad. "With your settlement act, you make us proud." 

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Eyeless in the West Bank: When Palestinian boys play cat and mouse with Israeli police

Haaretz, 03.01.15

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Salah Suleiman is an 11-year-old fifth-grader from Isawiyah, a Palestinian village within Jerusalem’s municipal boundaries. He lost one eye after a bullet was fired at him by the Israeli police, and is now in danger of losing the sight in his other eye, too, according to physicians at Hadassah University Hospital who treated him. They recommended he apply for a certificate of blindness and request transfer to a school for the blind.

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