Israel's 'death sentence' for Gaza's economy
- Écrit par Shlomi Eldar
- Catégorie : Gaza
Al Monitor, October 5, 2016
“Ever since last year, and especially since [Avigdor] Liberman entered the Defense Ministry [in May], 1,700 permits to enter Israel have been revoked,” Tabbaa claimed.
Lire la suite : Israel's 'death sentence' for Gaza's economy
Right-wing minister: Conditions for Palestinians at checkpoints are 'disgrace and shame' on Israel
- Écrit par Jonathan Lis
- Catégorie : Politiche israeliane
Haaretz, Apr. 16, 2016
"You should see how [Palestinian laborers] stand waiting to enter Israel. People stand there in sub-par conditions, in the summer in the heat, in the winter in the rain. What prevents us from fixing this? What, 50 million shekel is our issue?"
Lire la suite : Right-wing minister: Conditions for Palestinians at checkpoints are 'disgrace and shame' on Israel
Why I'm terrified of Yom Kippur
- Écrit par Sayed Kashua
- Catégorie : Opposizione israeliana
Haaretz, Oct. 08, 2016
A religious roommate told me that between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the fate of all beings is decided in the heavenly court: who shall live and who shall die.
Gaza, once again
- Écrit par Amira Hass
- Catégorie : Gaza
Haaretz, Oct. 19, 2016
the Shin Bet wants us to believe that several of its functionaries have become security risks, and therefore their permanent exit permits were revoked. Just as it wants me to be persuaded that a female banker has turned dangerous and a teen with cancer, who has been treated in Israel since childhood and currently needs a jaw transplant in Haifa, has become dangerous.
PALESTINE. Kafka in Area C
- Écrit par Yigal Bronner
- Catégorie : Cisgiordania
Settlers, typically from the so-called “illegal outposts,” walked freely into lands farmed by Palestinians and planted their own crops. When the Palestinian farmers arrived, they were threatened, beaten, and in some cases shot (either by settlers or by soldiers acting on their behalf).
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