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Inviato da : Lunadicarta - Giovedý, 22 Luglio 2004 - 11:14
Nonostante la risoluzione Onu, nonostante la sentenza dell'ICJ, nonostante il fronte europeo unito il genocidio continuer?...
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Inviato da : Lunadicarta - Domenica, 18 Luglio 2004 - 21:45
9 Children Detained by IOF al-Beireh
They added that a state of panic and horror spread among the children.
Meanwhile, Israeli soldiers detained a number of civilians at the said checkpoint.
Islamic Association For Palestine
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Inviato da : Lunadicarta - Venerdý, 16 Luglio 2004 - 04:43
Israeli High Court Rejects PCHR Appeal
PCHR - July 15, 2004
In a session held on 13 July 2004 , the Israeli High Court rejected an appeal submitted by PCHR on behalf of a number of Palestinian civilians to stop the seizure of their agricultural land in al-Qarar village, northeast of Khan Yunis, near the "Kissufim" settler road. PCHR had submitted an appeal to the Israeli High Court on 28 June 2004 , after a number of Palestinian civilians received military orders on 16 and 17 June 2004 , ordering the seizure of their land near the aforementioned road.
On Monday evening, 28 June 2004, the Israeli High Court had issued a temporary injunction stopping seizure of these areas of Palestinian land, but PCHR was concerned that the final ruling by the Israeli High Court would favor Israeli occupying forces as this court tends to find in favour of the army in similar cases.
This final ruling by the Israeli High Court further proves its continuous efforts to provide legal coverage for crimes perpetrated by Israeli occupying forces.
The court ruling came less than one week following the advisory opinion issued by the International Court of Justice regarding the illegal construction of the annexation wall inside the West Bank, in which the court rejected the policy of land confiscation and considered the construction of the wall illegal. Nevertheless, the Israeli High Court persists in allowing Israeli troops to act without reference to international law.
Inviato da : Lunadicarta - Giovedý, 15 Luglio 2004 - 03:38
מחר, יום חמישי, בשעה 19:30, הקרנה של הסרט "חומה" על החומה באבו דיס במסגרת פסטיבל הסרטים הבינלאומי של ראמאללה - הציבור מוזמן
A FILM WILL BE SCREENED AT THE APARTHEID WALL IN RAS KUBSA IN ABU DIS ON THURSDAY, JULY 15th @ 7:30 PM
?WALL? a film by SIMONE BITTON
Under the auspices of the Ramallah International Film Festival, the Palestinian premiere of the film ?Wall? by the renowned director Simone Bitton will be held on Thursday July 15th at 7:30 pm at the wall in Abu Dis. The wall itself will be used to screen the film.
The Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center is also inviting all those interested to the screening of the same film on Friday July 16th at 6pm at Al-Kasabah Theater in Ramallah.
This film was part of the Quinzaine des r?alisateurs at the 2004 Cannes film festival, and won the Grand Prize at the 2004 Pezzaro Film Festival, as well as the Grand Prize at the Marseilles International Documentary Film Festival in 2004.
Simone Bitton is an internationally acclaimed filmmaker, born in 1955 in Morocco, who has directed about15 documentary films for television, about varied topics as Mahmoud Darwish (The Language as the Land), about Azmi Bishara (Citizen Bishara), about Moroccan opposition figure Mehdi Ben Barka (Ben Barka: L?equation marocaine), about Oum Kalthoum, Farid el Atrash, & AbdeWahab, about the history of Palestine (Palestine, Story of a Land), and about Palestinian bombers and their victims (Bombing).
?Wall? is her first feature-length documentary produced for the big screen, and has been called ?sensational? by the French daily Lib?ration, ?an eye opener? by the US entertainment industry bible Variety, and ?An hour and a half of sadness, transparency & beauty? by Al Hayat.
The film shows that the wall is in fact crossable, and thus the aim behind it is to humiliate and break people?s spirits and livelihoods, rather than to achieve security goals. It is a film of images not of ideas, there is no narration or voice over, it shows the daily life of the people around the Wall, Palestinian inhabitants, Israeli settlers, the Arab migrant workers building it, passers by, and an Israeli general who tells the camera that ?we view both sides as ours?.
(98 minutes, 2004)
WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO COME AND ATTEND
Inviato da : Lunadicarta - Giovedý, 15 Luglio 2004 - 03:27
Shalom Peace Now Jerusalem,
Ruling by the International Court of Justice in The Hague
All this would have been avoided if Israel had built the separation fence on the place it must be ? on the Green Line. ICJ ruling abstained from condemning any part of the fence that was built on or inside the Green Line. A fence on the Green Line could have also prevented the attack in Tel Aviv.
If the Sharon government would not have taken advantage of the public demand for a security fence in order to build an annexation wall, Israel could have had a security fence as well as preserving its ethical strength.
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This week in the Cinema Festival
Thanks to all that took part and volunteered. In the following weeks we will continue showing to the Jerusalemites that we don?t stay at home and wait for the better, but we go out and demand from the Sharon government to Get out from Gaza Now and Start talking!
If you want to take part in future activities please call Daniel.
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Balcony campaign in Jerusalem continues
The settlers are fighting against any possibility of settlement evacuation. Let us show them that the majority thinks otherwise, also in Jerusalem!
Peace Now is getting many calls for joining the Balcony Campaign. Thanks a lot to all the volunteers.
Your balcony can also have an impact! If you live in a central street (King George, Gaza, Sderot Ben Zvi, etc) Peace Now team will be happy to hang on your balcony a banner with the slogan
Removing Settlements ? Choosing Life
It is a small effort that carries a big reward!
Shalom Aleinu, Daniel Ofir
Friday 16.7.04 at 15:00, a demonstration in favor of the Mifkad Haleumi will take place simultaneously in Qalqilya and Kfar Saba, at the first anniversary of its launching and after 340,000 Israelis and Palestinians signed the declaration of principles, including 5,000 from the Sharon Area and 3,000 from Qalqilya and its surroundings.
Saturday, 17.7.04, a demonstration against the fence organized by the popular committee of Sawachre will take place, in order to protest the wrongs of the fence in the neighborhood: there are 30,000 residents in Sawachre; 20,000 will be ?inside? the fence and close to 10,000 in the eastern enclave. Eleven clans will be set apart arbitrarily. Thousands will be denied access to hospitals, schools, cemeteries, and worship sites. The Court didn?t rule about the path.
Sunday, 18.7.04, at 19:00, a gathering about: ?The separation wall ? For what reasons it is good? For what reasons it is bad?? will take place, organized by Hacampus lo Shotek. The gathering will take place at the Jerusalem Center for Research of Israel, 20 Radak St., Jerusalem.
Friday, 23.7.04, tour of the fence path in the Jerusalem area, guided by Reserve Colonel Shaul Arieli, one of the central figures in the Geneva negotiations. The tour leaves at 9:00 from the Liberty Bell Garden parking lot and will be back around 14:00. For details: Yaniv
Photographs by Jos Koster, a photographer from Holland, about the building of the fence in A-Ram and Abu Dis ? see http://www.kw.nl/~thewall
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Inviato da : Lunadicarta - Domenica, 11 Luglio 2004 - 17:02
UNRWA Press Release 11 July 2004
UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East-Headquarters Gaza
Press Release No. HQ/G/22/2004 - 11 July, 2004
UNRWA, UNDP and the Palestinian Authority Sign
Land Agreement To Rebuild Homes In Rafah
Ramallah - The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Palestinian Authority today signed a land agreement that will allow the United Nations agencies to build replacement homes in Rafah in the Gaza Strip.
The agreement will see the PA donate 430 dunums of land in Rafah to a project to rebuild homes for some of the more than 15,000 people whose homes in Rafah have been demolished by the Israeli military since the start of the current intifada.
UNDP already has the approval for funding from the Saudi Committee for the Relief of Palestinians to build 300 housing units, in addition to schools, roads and other community amenities. UNRWA has received a pledge from the United Arab Emirates Red Crescent Society that it will fund the rebuilding of at least 400 homes. Further funds have been contingent on the UN receiving this donation of land from the PA.
The land agreement will now allow UNRWA to complete its negotiations with the UAE Red Crescent and the Saudi Fund for Development who have both indicated that they are interested to provide substantial funding to rebuild more shelters and public facilities. UNRWA is also holding talks with other donors that have traditionally supported the Agency and is confident that pledges will be forthcoming to allow it to eventually rebuild hundreds more homes.
Peter Hansen, UNRWA's Commissioner-General said: "This agreement now allows UNRWA to move on quickly to the most important task in hand - that of translating the concern of the international community for the people of Rafah into bricks and mortar. We can now tap into the generosity of all those individuals who have made donations for the people of Rafah while also approaching the major international donors who wish to help. I wish to pay tribute to President Arafat and Prime Minister Qurei and to the Chairman of the Palestinian Land Authority, Mr. Freih Abu Meddein who have acted quickly to ensure that land has been found in Rafah.?
Tim Rothermel, Special Representative of the UNDP in the West Bank and Gaza said: "I join Commissioner-General Hansen in my gratitude to the leadership of the Palestinian Authority for its quick action in allocating land in Rafah for urgently needed housing and sincerely thank the Saudi Committee for its generosity.?
Over 22,000 people have lost their homes (approximately 2,270 buildings) to Israeli demolitions in the Gaza Strip, since the beginning of the current strife. Almost three quarters, over 15,000 people, are those who have lost their homes in Rafah.
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Inviato da : Lunadicarta - Domenica, 11 Luglio 2004 - 13:46
DECISIONE STORICA DELLA CORTE DELL'AJA
Il 9 luglio la Corte internazionale dell'Aja ha reso pubblico il suo parere sulla "legalit?" del muro che Israele sta costruendo all'nterno dei territori occupati palestinesi.
Ieri la Corte ha affermato con chiare parole che "la costruzione del muro da parte di Israele, potenza occupante, nei territori palestinesi occupati, all'interno ed attorno a Gerusalemme, viola ed ? contrario al diritto internazionale, che il muro deve essere smantellato e che i palestinesi con propriet? confiscate per la sua costruizione hanno diritto ad un risarcimento", sono importanti elementi per il ristabilimento della legalit? internazionale.
Il giudizio della Corte Internazionale dell'Aja non ? solo un'occasione importante, per valutare quanto la comunit? internazionale sia pronta ad assumersi le sue responsabilit? nei confronti del popolo palestinese, ma ? anche il momento opportuno per far conoscere al mondo i devastanti effetti della costruzione del muro e le motivazioni razziste colonialiste che vi stanno dietro.
Questo parere positivo della Corte Internazionale ? un segnale forte che la giustizia e il diritto sono pr?ncipi ancora validi e vivi e che tale parere ? importante per arrivare ad una soluzione giusta e durevole del conflitto per mettere fine all'occupazione e alla brutale repressione israeliana contro il popolo palestinese.
E' giunto il momento che l'Unione europea e la comunit? internazionale dovranno compiere ogni sforzo di pressione sullo stato di Israele per condurlo all'abbattimento del muro, al rispetto del diritto e della legalit? internazionale ed in questo caso chiediamo all'Unione Europea di sospendere l'accordo di associazione con Israele per costringerlo ad accettare ed applicare la legalit? internazionale, per la ripresa dei negoziati e la fine dell'occupazione e dell'apartheid israeliano in Palestina.
Nell'apprezzare il parere della Corte internazionale dell'Aja, eprimiamo ringraziamento e gratitudine a tutti coloro che ci sono vicini e solidali a noi palestinesi in questi difficili momenti.
Roma, 10 luglio 2004
Dott. Yousef Salman
Delegato Mezza Luna Rossa Palestinese in Italia