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Israel has killed dozens of Palestinian civilians in the West Bank over the past three years showing a “callous disregard for human life,” a report by Amnesty International says.
The report, released on Wednesday and entitled Trigger-happy: Israel’s Use of Excessive Force in the West Bank, documents the killing of 45 Palestinians and wounding of thousands “who did not appear to be posing a direct and immediate threat to life”.
It “shows a harrowing pattern of unlawful killings and unwarranted injuries of Palestinian civilians by Israeli forces in the West Bank”.
The rights group accuses Israel of “war crimes and other serious violations of international law” against Palestinians.
Since occupying the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza in 1967, “Israeli authorities have signally failed to carry out independent investigations that meet international standards into alleged crimes,” the London-based Amnesty said.
It said that in none of the cases it reviewed did the Palestinians appear to be posing any imminent threat to life.
“In some, there is evidence that they were victims of wilful killings, which would amount to war crimes,” the group said.
The report calls on Israel “to open independent, impartial, transparent and prompt investigations into all reports of Palestinian civilians killed or seriously injured by the actions of Israeli forces”.
It also urges the US, EU and the rest of the international community to “suspend all transfers of munitions, weapons and other equipment to Israel” to pressure it to change.
After a three-year hiatus, Israelis and Palestinians resumed direct peace talks last July, which the Palestinians hope will give them an independent state on territory seized by Israel in the 1967 war, including the West Bank.
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One woman’s death alerted Palestinians to so-called honor murders and led to harsher laws._xvid.avi
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Jubilant crowds welcome Palestinian prisoners videolarn abone olarak izleyebilirsiniz Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has led a triumphant homecoming for the latest Palestinian. euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe. Jubilant crowds welcome Palestinian prisoners Israel frees 26 men to Gaza and West Bank in second phase of deal linked to renewed peace talks. Israel has fre. Israel freed 26 Palestinian prisoners on Wednesday, hours before the two sides were to hold new direct peace talks amid a growing row over settlements. One G. Israel freed 26 Palestinian prisoners early Wednesday, the second of four batches to be released as part of a deal that set in motion the current Israeli-Pal. There were tears of joy in the West Bank and Gaza on Tuesday as friends and relatives welcomed back Palestinian prisoners freed by Israel. Thousands gathered. More news follow @newsdailyplanet Israel released 26 Palestinian inmates, including many convicted in grisly killings, on the eve of long-stalled Mideast pea. Joy broke out all over the West Bank, Gaza and further afield as Israel released the first batch of 477 Palestinian political prisoners in exchange for captu. Hundreds of free Palestinian prisoners were greeted by their loved ones with open arms and tears of joy in the Gaz. Not all Palestinians are rejoicing at the prisoner exchange. In Ramallah in the West Bank, the families of some of the thousands of . Eleven freed Palestinian prisoners, including one woman, arrived in the Turkish city of Ankara on Wednesday, as part of a prisoner swap deal between Israel a. No Comment | euronews: watch the international news without commentary | Gaza Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh greets returning. A list 113 prisoners Israel is expected to release next week has been printed by a Palestinian newspaper, as part of the second phase of the swap deal which . Gilad Shalit, a young Israeli soldier captured by more than five years ago by Palestinian militants, was released in a historic and massively lopsided prison. Israel released 227 Palestinian prisoners Monday in a gesture to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who welcomed them in Ramallah but declared th. Clashes erupted Tuesday in Hebron, just days after an Israeli soldier was shot dead in the city. The clashes, which began as a small protest, slowly swelled . Scenes of jubilation in the occupied West bank as the families of 18 released female Palestinian prisoners are reunited with their loved ones. But these mome. Subscribe to NEWS, your source for daily news on Youtube. Stay informed, subscribe now! The forty Palestinian prisoners freed by Israel but considered to be too dangerous to return home to Palestine, arrived in Qatar, Turkey, Jordan and Syria on. People celebrate in Ramallah, West Bank when the freed Palestinian prisoners meet their relatives. 1027 Palestinian prisoners are released on the change of o. Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails have agreed to end a mass hunger strike after Tel Aviv bowed to their demand for better prison conditions. The agreeme. With a constant drumbeat filling the air in Gaza, Hamas was on hand to welcome the first of the released Palestinian prisoners with . Reported by: PressTV – Palestinians highlight the sufferings of its prisoners in Israeli jails International seminar on rights of Palestinian political priso. News Video Network Plz Subscrib for Latest World News After serving 27 years in Israeli jails, Sedqi Maqt is the long. Ayman Mohyeldin’s report for NBC News on Israel / Palestine prisoner exchange Oct 18 2011.
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Omar is a 7-year-old boy from Gaza. His family managed to obtain the necessary permits that allowed him to cross the Erez checkpoint to Jerusalem, through the West Bank, in order to undergo surgery. He was accompanied by his father. On the way back, the boy and his father were stopped at the Qalanidya checkpoint, separating occupied East Jerusalem from the West Bank. The father needed another permit from the Israeli military to take his son, whose wounds were still fresh hours after the surgery, back to the strip. But the soldiers were in no obliging mood. This story was reported in its painful details by an Israeli rights activist Tamar Fleishman, of Machsomwatch (checkpoint watch). Her name is synonymous with the Qalanidya checkpoint, because she has been hovering there for countless hours, reporting on the Israeli militarys infuriating torment of Palestinian travelers. Her report, although painful to read, shed a light on a side of the Israeli occupation that oftentimes goes unnoticed. Many speak of Israels checkpoints dotting the occupied territories, but few truly appreciate the real experience of living life imprisoned between checkpoints, by being held hostage to the temperament of unruly soldiers. Omars body was still full of anesthetics (as he) collapsed on the metal bench at the shed in front of the DCL offices at Qalandiya checkpoint, Fleishman wrote in the Palestine Chronicle. It was very cold as the day turned into evening. Omars father took his leather coat off and wrapped it over his son. Omar didnt open his eyes. Neither the healthy eye nor the one that was swollen from the surgery. He kept sleeping. He seemed to be in a state between sleep and loss of consciousness. The story goes on, and seems to never end. Omar is a representation of every Palestinian child and his dad embodies every Palestinian parent living under occupation. Omars heart-rending photo, also taken by Fleishman, is of him lying awkwardly at the metal bench, covered by a black leather coat. The boy was likely unaware of much of the reality that encircled him. He might have heard his father pleading his case to the soldiers; or felt the gentle caressing of his hair by a Palestinian mother, also held at the checkpoint; he mightve even sensed the cold air penetrating his skin to his frail bones. Or he mightve felt nothing at all. But still, Omar is every sick Palestinian and his story symbolizes the very depravity at the heart of the Israeli occupation. Omar is not a poster child for victimhood. His pain and that of his dad should not merely invoke sights of petty, or philosophical diatribes of how the occupation is killing Israels soul, or reignite yet more arguments of what solution to the conflict we like most. Neither the action of the soldiers, that of their military and political superiors, or of those who have armed and financed them (mainly the United States and European countries) are in the least influenced by fervently debated political and academic discourses. They simply have the means and power to maintain such a colossal matrix of control that turns the lives of ordinary Palestinians into a never-ending nightmare, and they have no reason to stop. And why should they? Israels military occupation is a hugely successful business venture. Jewish settlers are rarely aware of how their presence in occupied land constitutes a violation of international law and the Fourth Geneva Convention. Its a war crime. But do they know that? And if they do, should they care? They live in government subsidized housing, connected through a very costly road system preserved for Jews only back to Israel enjoy numerous perks, ones that even those living in Israel cannot access. Settlers siphon Palestinian water from West Bank aquifers, while Palestinians barely get by with a small share of their own water resources. Settler children receive excellent health care, the best schooling, and their parents cruise around with nice cars as they enjoy the finer things in life. Most Palestinians subsist at a low-income and live life negotiating access through checkpoints, from the day they are born, until the day they die, and every day in between. Israeli leaders thrive at the political support they receive from settlers, and cringe at the very thought of losing favor with the most messianic and ultra-nationalist and rightwing among them. The Israeli army is deployed throughout the West Bank aside from ensuring that the Palestinian population is thoroughly subdued to safeguard settlers and settlements. The checkpoints, like those of Qalandiya, are there to serve that purpose. As in many checkpoints in and around the West Bank, the fast lane is reserved for Jewish settlers, who are ushered in with ease. While Palestinians have to squeeze between concrete walls, giant cement blocks or fences as they wait to plead their case to the soldiers. Some of the checkpoints waiting areas look like massive cages. Maan news agency reported on Jan. 6 that a man was crushed to death at the Ephraim/Taybeh checkpoint near the West Bank city of Tulkarem. 59-year-old Adel Muhammad Yakoub from the village of Balaa died as a result of extreme overcrowding, it reported. Some 10,000 Palestinian workers cross through the checkpoint every day and that inspection procedures at the checkpoint go very slowly causing dangerous levels of overcrowding inside the checkpoint. Yakoub left behind a wife and seven children. Now, 9,999 workers continue to cross through the Taybeh checkpoint. Even if the Israeli army increased the number of soldiers that process the permits for Palestinian workers, or enlarged the cage-like fences a few feet to the right or left, the fundamental question remains: what will compel Israel to end its occupation, tear down its walls, fences, and bring this horrific and protracted episode to an end? How long will it be before Palestinian workers push back the fences and soldiers who take part in the collective and daily torment of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians? As for the rest of us, will we continue to espouse this banal debate: one side that justifies Israels action, at times in the name of God and his Chosen People and at others in the name of security; and another side that is stuck promoting Palestinian victimization as if an end in itself, without much understanding of the true political underpinnings, or the sheer desire to carry out tangible acts of solidarity for the likes of Omar and his dad? Omar was finally woken up by his distressed father, who managed to produce the boys original birth certificate (a copy, said, Fleishman, is unacceptable); and both, after a long wait, were allowed to go home to Gaza before Erez was scheduled to close. But still, another Omar must be waiting at some checkpoint, somewhere, with his original birth certificate in hand, accompanied by a distressed relative, beseeching the sense of morality of an unfeeling soldier, who has none.
Ramzy Baroud is an internationally-syndicated columnist, a media consultant and the editor of PalestineChronicle.com. His latest book is My Father Was a Freedom Fighter: Gazas Untold Story (Pluto Press, London).
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23 February 2014 | Books & Poetry | By: Londonist Continuing our series of short stories set in, or influenced by, London. This week, Ronnie Capaldi captures an experience that most of us have been through
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Palestine: Academics for Palestine in Ireland launch campaign, publicise Irish links with Israeli military and security firms
Julie Webb-Pullman note: Academics for Palestine in Ireland held a Press Conference this morning to launch a campaign called Academia Against Apartheid. 138 Irish academics, on the back of the vote by the Teachers Union of Ireland, have signed a document pledging to boycott academic institutions and individuals who are involved actively or passively in Israel’s illegal occupation of the Palestinian Territories.
Irish signatories were joined in the Press Conference by two scholars, Palestinian Dr Ghada Karmi of the University of Exeter, and Professor Haim Bresheeth of the School of Oriental and African Studies London, an Israeli. Both academics called for civil society to create awareness of the oppression of Palestinians by the state of Israel, and to join the boycott until Israel observes international law in this regard.
A video of the press conference can be found here http://vimeo.com/87223754
The Press Release accompanying the launch is below.
Press Release from Academics for Palestine: Irish academic researchers collaborated in EU-funded projects with Israeli counterparts who make drones, develop high-tech weapons and engage in counter-terror activities with the Mossad, it was revealed today.
In all, Irish universities have collaborated with Israel in 257 projects to date, seven of them listed as security and 13 as aerospace. These EU research programmes are administered by Irish Commissioner Mire Geoghegan-Quinn.
The information on Irish-Israeli research links was gathered through the examination of publicly available EU documents by members of Academics for Palestine (AfP), a new organisation launched today in Dublin.
The group supports an academic boycott against Israel. Its chair, Jim Roche, said the daily discrimination inflicted on Palestinian academics was enough to justify such a boycott, but added: The revelations of Irish academias collaboration with companies closely linked to Israels military-industrial complex are truly shocking.
What is surprising is that a non-European country, Israel, actually receives more research and development funding from the EU than many European countries do, Roche said today. It is not just Israeli universities that avail of this funding, but Israeli security and military companies and they are often the lead partner in a research consortium.
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