08 Aug 2017

 

They were arrested on July 23 for a period of 6 months by the order of Israel’s war minister, Avigdor Liberman. The judge only reviewed the administrative orders and confirmed their validity according to Israel’s law that upholds such unlawful detentions.

Haaretz, Aug 21, 2017

 

When a wise and humane man named Uzzi Ornan explained the principles of the Declaration of Independence to the residents of Nofit, even his voice made no impression. The Declaration of Independence is good for public relations among cultured non-Jews, but in the battle over the purity of the race, impurity overwhelms it.

Haaretz, Aug 18, 2017

With great force, he knocked me to the ground, turned me over and handcuffed me. He identified himself as a policeman and started punching me in the back. Three or four other men showed up suddenly behind my brother, who was standing closer to the motorcycle. They pounced on him, handcuffed him and started hitting him. One of the men also called for reinforcements.

Haaretz, Aug 21, 2017

 

Israel doesn’t threaten. It implements. Overtly and covertly. Quickly and gradually. Officially and pirate-like. The main road to the West Bank villages of Beitillu, Deir Amar, Jamala, Deir Nidham and Al-Nabi Saleh – which has been closed for about a month – tells the story of Israel’s skill as a colonialist entity.

Haaretz, Aug 18, 2017


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at an event in Ashdod, August 13, 2017. Ilan Assayag

Netanyahu’s silence in the face of anti-Semitism follows his meeting in Hungary with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who during that period was leading a campaign against Jewish tycoon George Soros, and who had praised Hungary’s anti-Semitic Holocaust-era leader Miklos Horthy.