Haaretz, Sep. 7, 2017

 

Eight family members, including an 84-year-old man in a wheelchair, were evicted from the apartment because before 1948, its owner was Jewish. Now the house has been returned to the owner’s heirs, the descendants of the late Haim Ben Sulimani Yan’i.

Haaretz, Sep 8, 2017

 

People don’t clear away the rubble in Umm al-Hiran, because they understand that in any event they’re living on borrowed time here.

Haaretz, Aug 20, 2017

 

The best of the “friends of Israel” today are fascists and evangelicals, xenophobes and Islamophobes. What’s most important is that they support the occupation. It’s only opponents of the occupation who are anti-Semites, and we will mount a special effort to combat them. We will forgive everyone else.

Haaretz, Sep 4, 2017

Before you know it, the Israel Defense Forces Spokesperson's Office will also be saying that peace activist Rabbi Arik Ascherman attacked Israel Defense Forces officer Osher Ein-Gal. It’s just the type of falsehood that has appeared more than once in its responses to questions about Israeli soldiers who attacked Palestinian civilians, and it was all that was missing from the fantastical account it provided me of a recent incident.

Zeitun

20 agosto 2017, Haaretz

Israele è riuscito a trasformare 50 anni di resistenza palestinese all’occupazione in lavoro a domicilio ed ora vende al mondo intero il concetto di stato di polizia.

Ogni volta che avviene un attacco terroristico, come quello della scorsa settimana a Barcellona, i politici e gli “esperti” di sicurezza israeliani appaiono in televisione per criticare l’ingenuità degli europei. Se solo comprendessero il terrorismo come facciamo noi e prendessero le misure preventive che prendiamo noi, dicono, subirebbero molti meno attacchi. I più spregevoli in proposito sono stati i commenti del ministro israeliano dell’Intelligence Yisrael Katz dopo le bombe di Bruxelles nel marzo 2016, in cui morirono 34 persone.