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PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2014 3:19 pm    Post subject: Israel's Crimes Against Palestinians Reply with quote

I think it would be a good idea have a separate thread for this; the crimes go on and on, and of course involve Crimes Against Peace, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes, all grist for a Nuremburg-type trial (not that I'm holding my breath).

I'll start off listing a few useful newsletters; they are by no means the only ones, but it will set the ball rolling:

TOI (The other Israel): http://otherisrael.home.igc.org/

IJAN (International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network): http://ijsn.net/

JVP (Jewish Voice for Peace): https://jewishvoiceforpeace.org/about

BDS (campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions):
http://www.bdsmovement.net/

Daily humiliations, killings, incarcerations, home destruction, land confiscations occur, but our MSM rarely 'bother' to report them; here is somewhere that posters can add their information from various sources.

I'll start the ball rolling:

Israeli Independence Day - on the West Bank:
'Army Invades Various Palestinian Communities In West Bank':
http://www.imemc.org/article/67724

'..Local sources in Ya’bad village, near the northern West Bank city of Jenin, have reported that dozens of soldiers invaded the village and searched at least one home, before invading the area of the Homesh former Israeli settlement, and searching it.

The sources said the soldiers invaded the vacant home of a resident identified as Mo’ab Hasan Qneiry, causing property damage.

Soldiers also invaded Taqroumia town, west of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and searched a home belonging to resident Yasser Hasan Fatafta, 30, also causing property damage, in addition to interrogating several Palestinians.

Several military vehicles invaded various neighborhoods in Hebron city, as well, along with several other nearby villages and towns south of the city, searching a number of homes; no arrests were reported.

Dozens of soldiers also invaded various communities in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, mainly the Obeyyat area and Khalayel al-Louz.

The army also installed a roadblock in the Sharaf area, between al-Khader and Batteer towns, west of Bethlehem, stopping dozens of cars causing traffic jams and extended delays.

On Monday evening, soldiers ordered resident Hasan Mohammad Salah, 67, to demolish his well, in his own land south of al-Khader.

The well is close to the Eliezer illegal Israeli settlement; Salah has 35 days to appeal the decision or demolish his well.

Also on Monday evening, soldiers stationed at the Za’tara military roadblock, near the northern West Bank city of Jenin, kidnapped one Palestinian as he was trying to cross.

Eyewitnesses said the army kidnapped Ata Sheikh Ibrahim, 26, from Kufur Ra’ey village, near Jenin, and took him to an unknown destination.'

Just another day for Palestinians under illegal Israeli occupation.
Imagine if this was Crimea!
'Brutal Russian troops ransack Ukrainian homes, destroying property, illegally interrogating civilians and 'disappearing' one; they also ordered a Ukrainian to destroy his well, because it was lowering the water pressure in their nearby cantonment'.

Israel's Mordechai Vanunu is as much a hero as Edward Snowden:
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/apr/20/israel-mordechai- vanunu-hero-edward-snowden

'...Writing in Ha'aretz last year, Aluf Benn drew parallels between the cases of Vanunu and Snowden, who both "had junior positions in defence organisations, in which they were exposed to sensitive national secrets. Both became convinced their employers were responsible for immoral acts and decided to violate their oaths of secrecy and tell the world about them." Benn suggested that "Israelis who support Snowden, and who see him as a freedom fighter who exposed the American empire in its hypocrisy and evil, need to relate to his Israeli predecessor in the same way".

Vanunu has also been compared with another American who blew the whistle on what he regarded as his country's immoral activities. Indeed he has often been described as the Israeli Daniel Ellsberg, to which the latter responds: "I can only say that I would be proud to be known as the American Vanunu, although my own possible sentence of 115 years for revealing state secrets [the Pentagon Papers] was averted by disclosure of government misconduct against me which pales next to the Israeli misconduct in assaulting, drugging and kidnapping Vanunu in the process of bringing him to trial, let alone the 11 years of solitary confinement he was forced to endure."

The UK and the British media have a special responsibility towards Vanunu. He was persuaded to come to London on the understanding that he would be protected. The Sunday Times journalist with whom he worked most closely, Peter Hounam, later wrote in his book on the case, The Woman from Mossad, that "to most sane people he did something brave and altruistic". The National Union of Journalists recognised its duty to whistleblowers who risk everything and made Vanunu an honorary member on his release from jail. The proprietor of the paper that brought him to England also has responsibility and one hopes that he, too, may yet give Vanunu the sort of backing that those in his direct employment have had when faced with legal action..'



Are the Israeli authorities really against hate crimes?
http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/.premium-1.588901

'Amira Hass - Haaretz - The state prosecutor, via attorney Moshe Willinger, argued that the plaintiffs themselves were to blame for the vandalism of their orchard since they had not installed lighting on their own (this in Area C, where just pitching a stake in the ground, not to mention connecting to the electricity grid, entails endless amounts of red tape for Palestinians). The police closed the investigation into the vandalism “for lack of evidence,” even though army trackers found footprints leading directly from the orchard to the home of a settler named Yissachar Mann in the nearby Maon Farm outpost. [bz]'

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 6:48 pm    Post subject: BDS Reply with quote

Take action now for local democracy for Palestine!
http://www.palestinecampaign.org/protect-local-democracy-for-palestine   /

The UK Government is trying to prevent local authorities from divesting from companies linked to Israel’s illegal occupation and settlements on Palestinian land. Authorities which refuse to contract with such companies are also being targeted:

http://www.palestinecampaign.org/protect-local-democracy-for-palestine   /

Please take action and make your voice heard: send a message to the government’s consultation on this issue.

This move will stop local councils from taking a principled stance by refusing to use and invest in companies complicit in human rights abuses, such as Veolia and G4S. Our local authorities should reflect our views, and be free to make the right business and ethical decisions without government interference.

This decision will not only undermine the ability of pension fund members to invest ethically, but goes against OECD guidelines and the Foreign Office’s own advice on investing in illegal Israeli settlements. This paves the way for potentially risky investment by local authorities in illegal settlements, leading to possible financial losses for already cash-strapped local authorities.

Please take action to protect local democracy and for the right of local authorities to act in accordance with international law.

All our campaigning work is made possible by donations from people like you – without which we simple wouldn’t exist. Keep us raising the call for Palestinian rights. Support our work today!

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:04 pm    Post subject: Israel's Crimes Against Palestinians Reply with quote

Israel's Crimes Against Palestinians:


This 'Jihad for Peace and Against NWO Totalitarianism' seems to have an extremely low number of posters, yet some comments get up hundreds of thousands of hits. How come? And why are Muslims so absent from a website which deals with issues so important and relative to their and their fellow Muslims?

Do you believe we are a government disinfo or 'sting' operation?
There certainly appears to be some folks out there reading these posts, but their typing fingers seem to have been amputated.
Come on, it's your fight too and even more immediate to your brethren being invaded, tortured, murdered, your countries ruined and the wealth of your countries stolen.


Take action now for local democracy for Palestine!
http://www.palestinecampaign.org/protect-local-democracy-for-palestine   /

The UK Government is trying to prevent local authorities from divesting from companies linked to Israel’s illegal occupation and settlements on Palestinian land. Authorities which refuse to contract with such companies are also being targeted:

http://www.palestinecampaign.org/protect-local-democracy-for-palestine   /

Please take action and make your voice heard: send a message to the government’s consultation on this issue.

This move will stop local councils from taking a principled stance by refusing to use and invest in companies complicit in human rights abuses, such as Veolia and G4S. Our local authorities should reflect our views, and be free to make the right business and ethical decisions without government interference.

This decision will not only undermine the ability of pension fund members to invest ethically, but goes against OECD guidelines and the Foreign Office’s own advice on investing in illegal Israeli settlements. This paves the way for potentially risky investment by local authorities in illegal settlements, leading to possible financial losses for already cash-strapped local authorities.

Please take action to protect local democracy and for the right of local authorities to act in accordance with international law.

All our campaigning work is made possible by donations from people like you – without which we simple wouldn’t exist. Keep us raising the call for Palestinian rights. Support our work today!

Donate now

Our mailing address is:

Palestine Solidarity Campaign

PO BOX

BM PSA
London, WC1N 3XX
United Kingdom

Add us to your address book

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Palestinian FM asks Arab League to help sue UK over Balfour Declaration: http://www.maannews.com/Content.aspx?id=772377

'BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) -- Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki urged the Arab League to help the Palestinian Authority to sue the United Kingdom over the Balfour Declaration of 1917 on Monday.

Speaking on behalf of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, al-Maliki delivered a speech Thursday at the Arab League’s annual summit, which is being held this year in the Mauritanian capital of Nouakchott.

Al-Maliki apologized on behalf of Abbas, who couldn’t attend the summit due to his brother’s recent death, before urging Arab countries to “help us bring a suit against the British government over the ominous Balfour Declaration which resulted in the Nakba (catastrophe) for the Palestinian people.”

Nearly a century ago, a letter sent from British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour to Baron Rothschild, a British Jewish leader, declared British support for the "establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people."

Palestinians have since viewed the declaration as paving the way for the creation of the State of Israel at the expense of the land's original inhabitants.

The declaration was made before the British had wrested control of Palestine from the Ottoman Empire, and was not made public until several years after the World War I, in 1920.

By that time, Britain had been formally granted a mandate over Palestine by the League of Nations, and was struggling with its contradictory obligations of "rewarding" Arabs for their support during the war, while also fulfilling their pledge to create a Jewish state.

After World War II, British forces withdrew from Palestine, leaving it in the hands of the newly created United Nations, which favored partition, particularly as evidence slowly emerged of the vast scale of the Holocaust in Europe.

The decision led to the 1948 war between Arab nations, including Palestinians, and Jewish immigrants, ultimately resulting in the creation of the state of Israel and the expulsion of more than 700,000 Palestinians from their homes inside its borders, an event known as the Nakba among Palestinians.

In February, the Palestine Liberation Organization said in a statement that Great Britain bore "the primary responsibility" for "historical injustice in Palestine."

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Palestinian FM asks Arab League to help sue UK over Balfour Declaration: http://www.maannews.com/Content.aspx?id=772377

'BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) -- Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki urged the Arab League to help the Palestinian Authority to sue the United Kingdom over the Balfour Declaration of 1917 on Monday.

Speaking on behalf of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, al-Maliki delivered a speech Thursday at the Arab League’s annual summit, which is being held this year in the Mauritanian capital of Nouakchott.

Al-Maliki apologized on behalf of Abbas, who couldn’t attend the summit due to his brother’s recent death, before urging Arab countries to “help us bring a suit against the British government over the ominous Balfour Declaration which resulted in the Nakba (catastrophe) for the Palestinian people.”

Nearly a century ago, a letter sent from British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour to Baron Rothschild, a British Jewish leader, declared British support for the "establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people."

Palestinians have since viewed the declaration as paving the way for the creation of the State of Israel at the expense of the land's original inhabitants.

The declaration was made before the British had wrested control of Palestine from the Ottoman Empire, and was not made public until several years after the World War I, in 1920.

By that time, Britain had been formally granted a mandate over Palestine by the League of Nations, and was struggling with its contradictory obligations of "rewarding" Arabs for their support during the war, while also fulfilling their pledge to create a Jewish state.

After World War II, British forces withdrew from Palestine, leaving it in the hands of the newly created United Nations, which favored partition, particularly as evidence slowly emerged of the vast scale of the Holocaust in Europe.

The decision led to the 1948 war between Arab nations, including Palestinians, and Jewish immigrants, ultimately resulting in the creation of the state of Israel and the expulsion of more than 700,000 Palestinians from their homes inside its borders, an event known as the Nakba among Palestinians.

In February, the Palestine Liberation Organization said in a statement that Great Britain bore "the primary responsibility" for "historical injustice in Palestine."

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2016 10:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You couldn't make this stuff up:

'Top Israeli defense official in US to sign massive military aid deal:'
http://www.timesofisrael.com/top-israeli-official-said-in-washington-t o-sign-military-aid-deal/

'The Washington Post said Sunday that the aid deal had been held up by Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, who was advancing his own bill for annual aid to Israel — which included a sum greater than the one reportedly being offered by the White House.

“I’m offended that the administration would try to take over the appropriations process. If they don’t like what I’m doing, they can veto the bill,” Graham said. “We can’t have the executive branch dictating what the legislative branch will do for a decade based on an agreement we are not a party to.”

Graham said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had informed him that his opposition to the deal was holding it up. “The Israeli prime minister told me the administration is refusing to sign the MOU until I agree to change my appropriation markup back,” Graham said. “I said, ‘Tell the administration to go F themselves.’”

According to Channel 2, Israel is effectively siding with the White House in the spat with Graham, making a commitment not to seek more financial support from Congress, with the exception of during wartime....'


So Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham is telling Obama he can 'go fu*k himself', because Obama won't give Israel even MORE aid - and of course, Graham will get away with it!!!

Such is the power of the Jewish/Israeli Lobby in the States.

And Netanyahu couldn't give a toss for US 'requests' to stop the illegal settlements increasing, never mind pulling them back.

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