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BRUSSELS, May 11, 2013 (WAFA) The European Union Friday expressed concern by the developments on the ground inIsraeli-occupied East Jerusalem and the West Bank, warning that they might undermine peace efforts.
A statement by the EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, said that the developments over the past week in East Jerusalem and the West Bank have increased tensions on the ground and risk undermining current efforts to re-launch peace talks.
Ashton, who expressed concern by these developments, said it is important that those concerned exercise maximum restraint and refrain from any actions which could drive the sides to the conflict further apart.
The statement said Ashton was particularly disturbed by the events that took place during Orthodox Easter Holy Fire celebrations in Jerusalems Old City when Israeli police prevented thousands of Christians from reaching the Holy Sepulcher, the unrest in the area of the al-Aqsa Mosque between Muslim worshippers and Jewish fanatics backed by police, and the temporary detention of the Mufti of Jerusalem and Palestine, Sheikh Muhammad Hussein.
It is essential that access to the holy sites in Jerusalem for peaceful worship for all denominations is fully respected, she said.
Ashton also said she was very concerned by reports of the approval of settlement plans for 300 houses at Beit EL near Ramallah in the West Bank.
The EU has repeatedly declared settlements to be illegal under international law and to constitute an obstacle to peace, said the EU official.
The Palestinian Authority and world governments have also condemned the Israeli settlement expansion plan, which they said would undermine renewed efforts by the United States to revive the stalled peace process and re-launch Palestinian-Israeli negotiations.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is planning to return to the Middle East in 10 days, his fourth since he took office earlier this year, in an effort to re-start peace talks.
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Israeli soldiers fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse about 500 Palestinian villagers marching toward an Israeli settlement outpost in the West Bank on Friday.
The procession, the largest of its kind for years, followed charges by Palestinians that the Israeli settlers, whose caravans abut village land, had attacked them twice this week.
Men from Deir Jareer, including Christian and Muslim clerics, gathered for Friday prayers on a craggy outcrop between their village and a cluster of half a dozen makeshift settler homes surrounded by Israeli army jeeps and soldiers.
Their march, preceded by a group of stone-throwing youths, was repeatedly pushed back by salvoes of Israeli tear gas. Young boys howled from the effects of the tear gas and old men hitched up their robes to flee, holding onion slices to their noses.
Medics treated several men for gas inhalation and rubber bullet wounds.
A few Palestinian villages hold weekly protests against the Israeli army and settlements, usually involving a score of rock-throwing youngsters, and unrest has mounted this year.
But political gatherings are rare around Deir Jareer, and was sparked after villagers say settlers torched around ten of their cars on Monday night, after planting an Israeli flag on a derelict church on Friday and pelting village youth with stones.
“This was a peaceful area. We’re gathered today to say we refuse to be attacked and driven off our own land,” said Sami Issa, a resident. “We want their army to pull the settlers out.”
The Israeli military has said it is investigating the events leading up to the march. Asked about Friday’s incidents, an army spokesman said: “Soldiers responded to a group of some 250 stone-throwing youths with riot dispersal means near Ofra.”
The United States is trying to revive long-stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Secretary of State John Kerry told Congress this month that these efforts were urgent because the chance to create a viable Palestinian state was fast receding.
Written by Kelsey Leyva Tuesday, 05 March 2013 21:03
Kent State Students for Justice in Palestine will continue its series of events for Israeli Apartheid Week with Apartheid Wall Demo event Wednesday.
The event is an all-day affair on the K in Risman Plaza outside the Kent State Student Center.
There will be a screening of the documentary 5 Broken Cameras at 6 p.m., Thursday in Room 317 of the Student Center. The documentary is a personal, first-hand account of life and non-violent resistance in Bilin, a West Bank village surrounded by Israeli settlements, according to Kino Lorbers website.
IAW is an annual international week of events recognized in cities and campuses across the world. According to the Israel Apartheid Week website, the events are to educate people about Israel’s apartheid policies toward the Palestinians and to build support for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against Israel campaign.
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Israelis began the week trying to absorb some alarming news: IDF Preparing for Third Intifadeh was the headline in the countrys second-largest daily. Riot Alert roared the largest. A February weekend that in Israel had been notable only for its warm weather turned out to have produced a firestorm in the Occupied Territories after a Palestinian prisoner named Arafat Jaradat died in Israeli custody, and Palestinian officials blamed torture. Hundreds of Palestinians were in the streets throwing rocks and firebombs.
All the events are clearly pointing in the same directionwe are approaching an Intifadeh, a Palestinian official named Quaddura Fares was quoted as saying in Maariv. The word intifadeh translates as uprising, literally throwing off, but it connotes much more: nearly 1,000 Israelis and more than 3,000 Palestinians died in the last one (which lasted from 2000 to 2005). The prisoners on hunger strike and the tense protests, the violent events in which Palestinian civilians are killed and the freezing of the peace process all indicate that we are on the verge of an explosion, said Fares, who heads the association dedicated to Palestinian prisoners. Jaradats death may well be the spark that will ignite it.
But that was Sunday. By Tuesday morning, the danger evidently had passed. Behind his desk in Ramallah, Fares lit a cigarette and told TIME: I know 100 percent there is no Third Intifadeh. How did he know? Israeli officials had peered into the abyss and agreed to release key Palestinian prisoners who had been held without charges. The Israelis tell me they will be released 21 May, Fares says. And that, apparently, was that.
But its not. The reality is the very mystery that spooked the Israeli press in the first place: Theres no switch to turn an intifadeh on or off. The uprisings really are like weather, formed by forces that defy forecasting and, once under way, are no easier to control. As Fares pointed out later in the interview, trying to describe the essential dynamic: Youre not talking about an army that takes orders. Youre talking about a population.
In that light, the weeks events had a certain coherence. But gleaning it requires understanding that Palestines politics is as divided as its territory. The coastal Gaza Strip, home to 1.6 million Palestinians, is ruled by Hamas, a militant Islamist organization that preaches that the only way to achieve liberation from the Israeli occupation is by armed resistance. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, head of the secular Fatah faction that holds sway in the inland West Bank (pop. 2.5 million), argues precisely the opposite: That armed struggle is not only futile but counter-productive; it allows Israels powerful military to bring down the hammer and for outsiders to dismiss the Palestinians as terrorists.
Exhibit A, for Abbas, is the Second Intifadeh, the 2000-2005 uprising of suicide bombs and firefights that, by the time it petered out left the Palestinian economy in shambles and armed thugs holding sway where a government used to be. Abbas won a landslide victory on a platform of negotiating an Israeli withdrawal. We tried to educate the Palestinian people after the Second Intifadeh not to use violence, says Ziad Abu Ein, the deputy minister for detainees in Abbas government. We try to do everything to push the peace process and stop the thought of an armed struggle.
The approach has worked well, at least for Israelis. With Abbas security forces in firm control, and Israeli troops and intelligence operating freely, not one Israeli died in a terror attack on the West Bank last year.That had not happened since 1973, six years after the territory came under Israeli control in the Six-Day War. Israeli officials say they are extremely satisfied.
The problem is, Palestinians are not. Negotiations have been moribund for five years, while Israel expands the Jewish settlements that already bar Palestinians from 40% of the West Bank. Meanwhile, in Gaza, Hamas won visible concessions from Israel after the latest round of fighting. A year earlier it also won the release of 1,027 prisoners in exchange for a single Israeli soldier it had kidnapped.
Abbass most defiant move was a diplomatic one: He went to the United Nations, which voted to designate Palestine a (non-member) state. In response, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu withheld tens of millions of tax revenues legally owed to the PA, undermining both Abbas and his approach. Notably, the money was suddenly released on Sunday, just as Israeli intelligence warned that the West Bank might be on the verge of exploding.
The lesson that only violence really gets the Israelis attention was not lost on Palestinian activists, even those who relentlessly preach non-violence. Mustafa Barghouti, a physician whose Palestinian National Initiative trains demonstrators to eschew rock-throwing in favor of more inventive protests,smiled in his Ramallah office at the power packed by even the rumor of a Third Intifadeh: Yesterday I teased them a little bit, the Israeli media: I told them, Okay, it started today.
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Homes for Sale – 1145 West Bank 102 – Celina, OH 45822 – Roger Koesters
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West Bank School Threatened
It's the end of another school day. But as these students scramble the difficult path home, it's far from clear that they'll have a school to return to tomorrow. Israel's Supreme Court has decided not to demolish the building – for now. SOUNDBITE: Shlomo Lecke, lawyer for Jahalin Bedouin tribe (speaking English): “It's one of the ugliest petitions I've ever seen, and I saw many ugly petitions against Palestinians in the West Bank. The school is made of tires and mud, and it's about 0.5 kms underneath the very fancy houses and villas of Kfar Adumim.” The illegal structure was built three years ago entirely from tires held together with mud. Njud is one of about a hundred pupils – mostly girls – who are taught here. It could be the only chance she'll ever get at an education. Other schools are too far away and inaccessible. SOUNDBITE : Halemy Zahalka, Principal, Khan Al-Ahmar Primary School (speaking Arabic): “We're a very poor school. In winter it's very cold and in summer it's very hot. We have no air-conditioners or heating and our children often fall asleep because of the heat and dust. We also have no yards for them to play in and we have to carry all the equipment here by hand.” The Jahalin Bedouin community has lived in this no-man's land for 60 years. But now Israel, which has occupied the area since 1967, wants them to move again. SOUNDBITE: Eid Abu Khamis, Bedouin farmer (speaking Arabic): “The settlers come with guns. Their main goal is to keep all this area …From:Alun HillViews:0 1ratingsTime:02:13More inTravel Events
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Magic Horizon sunrise Hot-air Balloons over Luxor, Egypt
www.magichorizon.com Magic Horizon Balloons is the largest hot-air balloon company in Egypt and one of the largest in the world. Adhering to the international health and safety regualtions, we provide sunrise balloon rides over Luxor, the biggest open-air museum on the planet. Every morning we fly passengers into the sunrise and over the ancient treasures of Egypt: Ramesseum, Queens, Nobles, Workers tombs, Hatshepsut temples, etc. Staff will pick passengers up at their Luxor accommodation at about 5 am, ferry them across the Nile by Felucca motorboat and then drive them to the West Bank from where the balloons depart. Let's stay connected on Facebook it-it.facebook.comFrom:LuxorHotAirBalloonViews:2 0ratingsTime:01:49More inTravel Events
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JERUSALEM (AP) Israeli army attacks on journalists and media facilities in the Gaza Strip during last month’s military operation violated the laws of war, Human Rights Watch said in a release Thursday.
Two Palestinian cameramen were killed and at least 10 media personnel were wounded in the offensive, which was launched after weeks of rocket attacks on Israel.
The Israeli government has said each of the targets was a legitimate military objective.
In its statement, the New York-based rights group said it found no support for that claim.
“Just because Israel says a journalist was a fighter or a TV station was a command center does not make it so,” said Sarah Leah Whitson, the group’s Mideast director.
The Israeli military said in a statement that it “acts in accordance with the laws of armed conflict, despite the ongoing deliberate violations and abuse of these laws by the terrorist organizations in the Gaza Strip.”
It said it was investigating the events mentioned in the report and would respond further once the inquiry was completed.
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, West Bank
The best way to visit the West Bank in Luxor is ferry which is frequent and cheap means of transportation in Egypt costing only 1 Egyptian Pounds for one way. On the West Bank bikes to rent are available and is a subject to bargaining, however taking a taxi is a more comfortable but much more expensive and, of course, less healthy. Ferries depart from a port located in the vicinity of the luxor temple, maximum 500 meters along the Nile: 25.698647, 32.637965 lrm; +25 41' 55.13″, +32 38' 16.67″ (Luxor temple) Inside the Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III, an important New Kingdom period structure in the location of the same name on the West Bank of Luxor in Egypt. The temple, some 150 m long, is of orthodox design, and resembles closely the nearby mortuary temple of Ramesses II (the Ramesseum). The temple precinct measures approximately 700 ft (210 m). by 1000 ft (300 m) and contains more than 75350 sq ft (7000 m2) of decorated wall reliefs. MOre information on Medinet Habu can be found on en.wikipedia.org en francais: fr.wikipedia.org auf Duetsch: de.wikipedia.orgFrom:Bcaud GilbertViews:1 0ratingsTime:00:52More inTravel Events
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