- Categoria: Cisgiordania
- Pubblicato Sabato, 11 Maggio 2013 05:51
- Scritto da Emma Mancini
L'esercito consegna ai coloni una vecchia base militare alle porte della città, ormai chiusa in un anello di insediamenti. Altro che congelamento dell'espansione.
8 maggio 2013
|L'avvio del nuovo insediamento a Beit Sahour (Foto: Ma'an News)|
Beit Sahour, 8 maggio 2013, Nena News - Mentre si rincorrono voci e smentite su un fantomatico congelamento delle gare d'appalto per la costruzione di nuove colonie in Cisgiordania, nei Territori Occupati - come spesso accade - a parlare sono i fatti concreti.
- Categoria: Politiche israeliane
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 10 Maggio 2013 09:53
- Scritto da Jillian Kestler-D'Amours - IPS Service
|Many of the classrooms in the Khan al-Ahmar school are outdoors. During the cold season, only a tarpaulin shelters the children from the rain. Photo by Tanya Habjouqa/Al Jazeera|
May 1, 2013
KHAN AL-AHMAR– Dozens of metal and wooden tents cling to the rocky hillside, just outside Jerusalem along the road leading to the Dead Sea, while the unmistakable red roofs of Israeli settlements peak out from behind opposite hilltops.
- Categoria: Cisgiordania
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 03 Maggio 2013 22:16
- Scritto da IMEMC & Agencies
April 29, 2013
The Al-Maleh and the Bedouin Tribes Village Council in the Jordan Valley reported that Israeli soldiers started, on Monday evening, the eviction of dozens of Bedouin families in the area in preparation to conduct military training.
Activestill.org File - A child from the village of Khirbet at Tabban climbs the steps outside of his tent home
dozens of children in these tribes already suffer malnutrition and several health issues due to Israeli restrictions that prevent the entry of relief workers and medications into the area under the pretext of being a “closed military zone”.
- Categoria: Politiche palestinesi
- Pubblicato Martedì, 30 Aprile 2013 06:46
- Scritto da NEWS SOURCES
April 24, 2013
Shir Hever: US funds to the PA are earmarked for security forces that control militant opposition to Israel's occupation
- Categoria: Opposizione israeliana
- Pubblicato Domenica, 28 Aprile 2013 22:59
- Scritto da Gideon Levy
Haaretz, Apr. 25, 2013
the most important factor in South Africa's success was the agreed-upon goal - one person, one vote. It is about time the Palestinians adopt this goal. It is time for them to understand that the two-state dream is becoming impossible. That the occupation is stronger than them, that the settlements are already too large and that the Palestinian state, even if established, will be no more than a group of Bantustans separated by the "settlement blocs" that grew to monstrous proportions and have won consensus approval from Israelis and the international community.