samedi 25 octobre 2014

الاحتلال يصر على تسليم جثمان الشهيد الشلودي ليلا والعائلة ترفض

L’occupation persiste à rendre le corps de Challoudhi la nuit et sa famille refuse


قضت القاضية في المحكمة المركزية، بتسليم جثمان الشهيد عبد الرحمن الشلودي الساعة ١١ ومنتصف ليل الاحد ٢٦ تشرين الأول، وبحضور ٢٠ شخص في الجنازة فقط، وفي المقبرة.

اشتباكات بين شبان وشرطة الاحتلال في عدد من أحياء القدس

Des affrontements entre les jeunes et la police dans plusieurs quartiers d’Al-Qods


اشتبك شبان فلسطينيون، مساء السبت، مع قوات من شرطة الاحتلال في عدد من الأحياء الفلسطينية في القدس المحتلة.

وقال شهود عيان إن مواجهات وقعت اليوم في أحياء الطور، سلوان والصوانة، فيما رشق شبان فلسطينيون القطار الصهيوني الخفيف بالحجارة في بلدة شعفاط، شمالي القدس.

العدوان الصهيوني يحرم الصيادين من رزقهم

Les sionistes privent les pêcheurs palestiniens de leur gagne-pain



يتعرض الصياد الفلسطيني في بحر قطاع غزة لعدوان يومي من قوات البحرية الصهيونية المتمركزة في المياه الاقليمية لقطاع غزة من بيت لاهيا حتى رفح.

ويمنع الاحتلال الصيادين من العمل في مسافة تقل عن ستة أميال يتعرضون فيها لاطلاق النار وقصف المراكب بكافة أنواع الاسلحة المحرمة دولياً.

"قطر" تتراجع عن طرد قيادات "الإخوان المسلمين"

Le Qatar renonce à expulser les responsables des frères musulmans


صحيفة المرصد : أشارت تقارير إعلامية مصرية إلى أن قطر تراجعت عن قرارها بإبعاد عدد من قيادات تنظيم الإخوان المسلمين من أراضيها، مؤكدة عودة بعض القيادات مرة أخرى إلى الدوحة.

L’après-guerre : les habitants de Gaza font face à de terribles difficultés

Un couloir étroit qui conduit à l’entrée de la maison en ruine d’Umm Mohamed, située dans le quartier Shaaf à l’Est de la ville de Gaza est devenu sa seule et unique demeure. Rendue inhabitable, la maison de deux étages fut détruite par des avions de guerre israéliens pendant l’offensive « Bordure Protectrice. » La famille n’a plus de toit pour se réfugier.

Le 19 octobre 2014, à l’Est de la ville de Gaza, des Palestiniens se couvrent de la pluie qui s’abat dehors sous un abri de fortune planté non loin des ruines de leurs maisons qui, d’après les témoins, ont été détruites durant l’offensive israélienne qui a duré sept semaines - Photo : Reuters/Mohammed Salem

Umm Mohamed passe la majeure partie de son temps dans ce couloir. Elle y lave les vêtements de sa famille, la vaisselle et c’est là aussi qu’elle reçoit ses invités, sauf qu’elle ne peut pas dormir sur place car le couloir donne directement sur une rue animée. Elle dort dans la bibliothèque de la mosquée d’en face, elle aussi bombardée pendant l’offensive.

Nettoyage ethnique par tous les moyens : la véritable politique israélienne de la "paix"



Les pins de la forêt de Yatir, utilisée pour déplacer les habitants bédouins du village non reconnu de Atir. La légende de la photo originale, sur le site israeltoday.co.il, dit : "Depuis la formation de l'Etat d'Israël, les planteurs forestiers ont été occupés à créer des forêts en terre sainte, qui étaient, depuis des siècles, une terre nue et désolée."

Par Ilan Pappé et Samer Jaber

La résistance palestinienne entame des négociations pour un échange de prisonniers

Dès que la guerre de Gaza s’est interrompue le 26 septembre, des bruits ont commencé à circuler sur un nouvel accord d’échange de prisonniers entre le mouvement Hamas [résistance palestinienne] et l’occupant israélien. Le mouvement islamique tient en effet toujours prisonniers les soldats israéliens qu’il a capturés lors de la dernière guerre contre Gaza.

La mère du prisonnier palestinien Fares Baroud - incarcéré depuis 22 ans dans les geôles israélienne pour fait de résistance - pleure en évoquant la possibilité d’une libération à l’occasion d’un échange de prisonniers - Photo : AFP

Les dernières nouvelles à propos d’un tel accord viennent de Mohammad Atwan, membre du Conseil législatif du Hamas, qui a parlé le 14 octobre - sans dévoiler plus de détails - de signes positifs allant dans le sens d’un accord avec Israël, les revendications de l’organisation devant être respectées. Il a également confirmé que l’accord d’échange devrait bientôt avoir lieu.

Le ministre de la Sécurité interne sioniste menace de démolir la maison du martyr Chaloudi



Le ministre de la sécurité interne sioniste "Yitzhak Ohranovic" a menacé de démolir la maison de la famille du martyr Abdul Rahman Chaloudi, à Jérusalem, qui a été tué récemment lors d’une opération qu’il a menée contre les colons extrémistes.

L’AMI DE DSK PASSE PAR LA FENÊTRE : LE MOSSAD EST EN DEUIL.



La chronique est discrète sur la mort, jeudi 24 octobre, de Thierry Leyne, l’ami et associé de DSK dans ce qui devait être une aventure financière à au moins deux milliards de cash. Mondafrique rappelle le parcours de ce mystérieux financier, auquel le Mossad s'intéressait de près.

A Jérusalem, la judaïsation va bon train !



Dès qu’une agression contre la ville occupée d’Al-Quds (Jérusalem) veut s’achever, une autre agression reprend feu, accompagnée de mesures sécuritaires militaires. Ces agressions et mesures ne sont innocentes. La judaïsation est au fond du tunnel.

L'Inde va acheter des missiles antichars Spike à Israël



L'accord porte sur 8.000 unités et 300 lance-missiles pour un mantant de 412 millions d'euros

L'Inde a fait part son intention d'acheter des missiles antichars israéliens Spike, selon une source émanant du ministère de la Défense révèle samedi l'agence Reuters.

ليفني: لا يمكن هزيمة داعش دون حل القضية الفلسطينية

Livny : Impossible de vaincre DAECH sans solutionner la question palestinienne.
Pour la première fois la criminelle de guerre Livny a totalement raison ! Nous espérons donc qu’elle commence par organiser les retours des sionistes dans leurs pays d’origine et qu’elle se livre elle et les autres criminels de guerre au CPI



قالت وزيرة القضاء الصهيونية، ورئيسة حزب كاديما تسيبي ليفني، إنه لا يمكن التغلب على تنظيم "داعش"، من دون ايجاد حل للقضية الفلسطينية، كما لا يمكن لإسرائيل تطبيع علاقاتها مع الدول العربية من دون استئناف العملية السياسية بين إسرائيل والفلسطينيين.

صحيفة مصرية تكشف تفاصيل خطة واجراءات "السيسي" على الحدود مع غزة

Un journal égyptien dévoile les détails du plan et des mesures de Sissi en ce qui concerne la frontière avec Gaza

قالت مصادر مطلعة لـ"اليوم السابع"، إن الأيام المقبلة سوف تشهد إقامة منطقة حدودية عازلة بين الشريط الحدودى الفاصل بين الأراضى المصرية وقطاع غزة، موضحة أن هذا الشريط الحدودى قد يصل عمقه من 1500 متر إلى 3000 متر، لكشف الاتجاه الاستراتيجى الشمالى الشرقى أمام القوات المسئولة عن تأمين الحدود، وإفشال أى محاولة إرهابية للتسلل عبر الأنفاق.

منذ 2007..الاحتلال ألغى إقامة 6 آلاف مقدسي

Depuis 2007, l’occupation a annulé 6000 titres de résidence pour des maqdissis


قالت هيئة مقدسية، إن سلطات "الاحتلال الإسرائيلية" قامت بإلغاء إقامة أكثر من 6 آلاف مواطن فلسطيني في أحياء شرق مدينة القدس المحتلة، وذلك خلال الفترة الممتدة بين عامي 2007 وحتى العام الجاري(2014).

أبو صبحة لـ'مراسلنا': معبر رفح مغلق حتى إشعار آخر وإمكانية فتحه "متعثرة"

Le passage de Rafah est fermé jusqu’à nouvel ordre


قررت السلطات المصرية إغلاق معبر رفح البري، اليوم السبت، في وجه المسافرين دون تحديد مدة الإغلاق، بذريعة الحدث الأمني الكبير الذي هزَ محافظة شمال سيناء.

أ.ماهر أبو صبحة مدير عام المعابر في قطاع غزة أكد أن الجانب المصري أبغلهم بشكل رسمي إغلاق المعبر حتى إشعار آخر، مشيراً ان ر في قطاع غزة أكد أن الجانب المصري أبغلهم بشكل رسمي إغلاق المعبر حتى إشعار آخر، مشيراً ان إغلاقه سيتسبب في أزمة إنسانية في غزة.

محللون: ما يجري بالقدس انتفاضة قد تمتد للضفة

Selon des analystes ce qui se passe à L’Qods est une intifada qui risque de s’étendre à la Cisjordanie


أجمع محللون صهاينة على وصف الاحداث التي تشهدها مدينة القدس، بالانتفاضة، محذرين من انتقالها إلى الضفة الغربية.

وفي هذا الاطار، قال المحلل دان مرغليت في صحيفة "إسرائيل اليوم" ان على (اسرائيل) أن تُشمر عن سواعد عناصر الشرطة كي تتواجد بكثافة اكبر وتستخدم قوات كثيرة، لوقف الأحداث التي تشهدها المدينة.

How Israel forces Bedouins to live in a graveyard

Comment Israel force les Bédouins à vivre dans un cimetière


Women gather in the cemetery of al-Araqib as Israeli police raid the village in June. (Keren Manor /ActiveStills)

There is no exit sign off Route 40 for the unpaved road leading to the village of al-Araqib.

Located in the Naqab (Negev) region of present-day Israel, al-Araqib is older than the state itself: its cemetery dates back to 1914. Yet that is not considered significant by the authorities.

Home to a Palestinian Bedouin community, al-Araqib is deemed an “unrecognized village” by Israel.

That gives the authorities an excuse to deprive it and many other Bedouin villages of essential services such as electricity and water.
Acute deprivation

The deprivation is especially acute in al-Araqib. Because their homes have beendemolished more than seventy times since 2010, the local Bedouins are forced to live within the confines of the cemetery. Rubble from their old houses has been removed by the authorities but remnants of kitchen and bathroom tiles still litter the ground.

Today, the Bedouins have to rely on a well dug in 1913 for water. “Before, we had electricity and water piped to the houses, but the government destroyed the infrastructure,” said resident Sheikh Sayah al-Turi. “We just want tap water like everyone else.”

By contrast, water is abundant across the road in the Jewish-only settlement of Givot Bar. Lawns are green in this settlement — even though it is located in the desert.

Givot Bar was established ten years ago by the Or Movement.

Along with its partner organization, the Jewish National Fund (JNF), the Zionist group is building a network of towns exclusively for Jews. The Or Movement has set the ambitious goal of bringing 600,000 Jews to the Naqab and Galilee regions of present-day Israel by 2020.
Decades of dispossession

To achieve this goal, the two organizations are furthering the decades-old project of dispossessing Palestinians.

The JNF portrays itself as an environmental group dedicated to afforestation. In reality, it is trying to purge Palestine of the trees and crops best suited to its arid landscapes, at the same time ridding the land of its indigenous communities and their agriculture-based economy.

To make way for a eucalyptus plantation it is developing, around 4,500 citrus, fig and olive trees have been uprooted in al-Araqib.

Water for the recently planted eucalyptus trees is taken to the area in tanker trucks. Yet the Israeli authorities have forbidden Bedouins from trucking water in to al-Araqib. Tankers and trucks for carrying water have been confiscated during the demolitions of the village.

“The government says it is illegal to bring water here, but at the same time, they won’t connect us,” al-Turi said.
Discriminatory pricing

Mekorot, Israel’s national water company, implements the official policy of cutting off the water supply to Bedouin communities.

Mekorot recently came under fire from a committee headed by Ram Belinkov, a former Israeli interior minister. Belinkov’s committee found that Mekorot was inflating its costs.

The Israeli business press has reported that while Mekorot has repeatedly called for rate hikes, the company was actually raking in “excessively high profits.”

Mekorot was also among the state-owned companies included in a $4 billionprivatization plan approved by Benjamin Netanyahu’s government earlier this month.

A price list issued by the Israeli Water Authority in 2012 showed that “individual users” who bought water directly from Mekorot rather than through a local administration were subjected to a 67 percent rate hike. Most of these “individual users” lived in Palestinian villages that Israel has refused to recognize.
“Driving us from our land”

“There is a troika of Israeli entities working to drive us from our land: the state, Mekorot and the Jewish National Fund,” said al-Turi.

Mekorot’s involvement in the ethnic cleansing of historic Palestine has not prevented it from striking international deals. It has, for example, signed a cooperation agreement with Acea, Italy’s largest water company, in which the City of Rome has a 51 percent stake.

This writer recently visited al-Araqib — as well as Palestinian communities in the occupied West Bank — with an Italian delegation of activists organizing against water privatization. The intention of the trip, sponsored by the Beyond Walls project, was to gain first-hand knowledge of Mekorot’s activities in order to assist the campaign against its agreement with Acea.

The villagers of al-Araqib deeply impressed us with their defiance of Israeli apartheid.

They have refused to sell one centimeter of land to the Israeli authorities. They have also rebuilt their village after each demolition.

And some of the olive trees that were cut rather than completely uprooted are sprouting new growth.

“This is very symbolic for us,” said Aziz al-Turi, the son of Sheikh Sayah al-Turi.

Even though it is a quasi-governmental Israeli agency, the Jewish National Fund is registered as a charity in many countries. Donations to it are therefore tax-deductible.

Aziz al-Turi, a father of five, underscored the hypocrisy of that status when he told The Electronic Intifada that “supporting the JNF is killing me and my family.”

Israel plans to present itself as an innovative and environmentally progressive country by celebrating its “water conservation” projects at the Expo 2015 in Milan.

The criminal behavior of Israel and its allies in al-Araqib prove that it is anything but progressive.

Stephanie Westbrook is a US citizen based in Rome, Italy. Her articles have been published by Common Dreams, Counterpunch, The Electronic Intifada, In These Times and Z Magazine. Follow her on Twitter: @stephinrome.

Article publié sur electronicintifada.net

Israel, Palestine, and Netanyahu’s Agenda

Israel, la Palestine, et les plans de Netanyahu
by ROBERT FANTINA


As the United States continues to babble about a negotiated settlement to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Israeli Prime Murderer Benjamin Netanyahu has clarified for the world what the U.S., and any thinking person, has known for years: Israel simply isn’t interested. On July 11, as Israel was using U.S-provided weaponry to massacre Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, Mr. Netanyahu said this: “I think the Israeli people understand now what I always say: that there cannot be a situation, under any agreement, in which we relinquish security control of the territory west of the River Jordan.”

There are some things about Gaza that I still can’t wrap my head around

Il y a certaines choses à propos de Gaza que je n'arrive toujours pas à saisir

IOA to approve 1,600 new housing units in east J’lem

L'Autorité de l'Occupation Israelienne doit approuver 1 600 nouveaux logements à J'lem

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) declared intention to establish 1,600 new housing units in east Jerusalem.

Phantoms of the Past: Britain’s Vote on Palestine is a Nonstarter

Les spectres du passé : Le vote de la Grande-Bretagne sur la Palestine est voué à l'échec
                                           Without a clear course of action to help Palestinians gain 
their freedom, the British vote will remain another symbolic 
gesture. (BBC)

By Ramzy Baroud

It would be intellectually dishonest to reflect on the British House of Commons’ vote of Monday, 13 October, on a Palestinian state without digging deeper into history. Regardless of the meaning of the non-binding motion, the parliamentary action cannot be brushed off as just another would-be country to recognise Palestine, as was the Swedish government decision on 3 October.

PA security forces detain two Hamas members

Les forces de sécurité de l'AP détiennent deux membres du Hamas

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)-- Two Palestinian citizens, affiliated with Hamas, were detained Thursday by the Palestinian Authority (PA) intelligence agency during raids in Beit Kahel, west of al-Khalil.

The Process of Reconstructing Gaza

Le processus de reconstruction de Gaza
                                                       What we are witnessing is a global Israeli blackmail operation
 and the exploitation Gaza's destruction. (IRIN)

By Lamis Andoni

As usual, whatever Israel fails to impose by war, it tries to achieve by means of the subsequent agreements, and the reconstruction of Gaza agreement under the supervision of the UN is no difference. It is the manifestation of international complicity in not only solidifying the siege, but also using it to eliminate the resistance, using the UN as a cover.

Al-Qassam: We destroyed Israel’s "invincible army" myth

Al-Qassam : Nous avons détruit le mythe de « l'armée invincible » d'Israel


KHAN YOUNIS, (PIC)-- Al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, said that its last battle with the Israeli occupation had delivered a severe blow the fighting spirit of its forces and exploded the myth of its invincible army.

Israeli forces disperse protests near Ramallah

Les forces sionistes dispersent les manifestations près de Ramallah

RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- Dozens of Palestinians suffered from tear-gas inhalation as Israeli forces dispersed a weekly protests in the villages of Bilin and Nabi Saleh near Ramallah.

In Bilin, Israeli forces prevented protesters from nearing their lands close to the wall and fired rubber-coated steel bullets, stun grenades, and tear gas.

Israeli police: We cannot stop Intifada in J’lem

La police israélienne : nous ne pouvons pas stopper l'Intifada à Jérusaleme

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM,(PIC)-- A senior Israeli police officer said Thursday that the police might not be able to entirely stop the current Palestinian intifada (uprising) in occupied Jerusalem, but it would attempt to reduce its severity.

Israeli army kills 14-year old Palestinian with U.S. citizenship

Tsahal tue un palestinien âgé de 14 ans, ayant la nationalité américaine

Palestinian teen with U.S. citizenship was killed today by the Israeli army at a demonstration in the West Bank town of Silwad, near Ramallah. Fourteen-year old Orwah Hammad was shot with a live bullet that entered his neck and exited through his head, according to Ramallah hospital staff. He died while being treated at Ramallah hospital around 6 p.m. this evening, Jerusalem time.