3/8/2017

Il ministro della Difesa Lieberman ha annunciato il completamento di un altro tratto della barriera a sud di Hebron, definendolo misura di sicurezza. Ma i fatti lo smentiscono

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Roma, 3 agosto 2017, Nena News – Un altro tratto di muro è stato completato: 42 chilometri di barriera israeliana – la cui costruzione è iniziata nel 2002 tra Cisgiordania e Israele – sono stati aggiunti al lungo percorso. Ad essere terminato è stato il tratto nelle colline a sud di Hebron, sud della Cisgiordania, all’altezza del checkpoint di Tarquimiya.

Haaretz, Sep. 2, 2017

 

“The problem is with those black goats they have,” which don’t trim the grass, but tear it out by the roots, he added. That leaves the earth more vulnerable to erosion.

Haaretz, Jul. 30, 2017

 

Between the previous Friday, when 20-year-old Omar al-Abed killed three members of the Salomon family in the settlement of Halamish, and the following Thursday, the army raided the village every night except Wednesday.

B'Tselem, 14 January 2013

Fatmeh Abu Sabha in a cave used as a sheep-pen. Photo: Oren Ziv, Activestills.org, 30 Jan. 2013.
Fatmeh Abu Sabha in a cave used as a sheep-pen. Photo: Oren Ziv, Activestills.org, 30 Jan. 2013.

 The military won’t let us build homes made of stone or concrete.

Haaretz, Jul. 30, 2017


The Mishor Adumim industrial zone in the West Bank. Olivier Fitoussi

The workers have no means of protection. If they’re injured or burned on the job, they have to look after themselves. Their salaries – far below the minimum wage – are paid late, in cash, without a salary slip. The employers deduct 1 percent from their pay, because “that’s the commission for cashing a check.” There is no pension, no sick leave, no vacation, nor are employees supplied with work clothes or shoes. They bring their lunch from home. When the workers organized a shaded corner for half an hour of rest, the foreman tore it down.