Archive | April 9, 2011

Two Palestinian citizens injured in Jewish settlers’ attack

[ 09/04/2011 – 09:09 AM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– Tens of Jewish settlers attacked the village of Assira Al-Qabalia, south of Nablus, on Saturday injuring two citizens and causing material damage, locals reported. Husni Al-Saleh, the chairman of the village’s municipal council, said that the settlers threw stones at the citizens’ homes at the outskirts of […]

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‘Israel pays no war compensation’

PressTV –  Sat Apr 9, 2011 10:1AM Interview with Reza Kazim, Islamic Human Rights Commission, London A Gazan Women shows by example the inhumane conditions she lives under. Israel has yet to be forced to pay any financial compensation for its acts of war against the civilians of occupied Palestine. In an interview with Press […]

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Israeli General: The confrontation with Hamas is unavoidable

[ 09/04/2011 – 09:44 AM ] NAZARETH, (PIC)– Former artillery General Oded Tira said Israel’s military confrontation with Hamas Movement is inevitable as long as it refuses to recognize Israel’s right to exist. In an article published by strategic studies center, Tira advised the Israeli army to necessarily carry out its activities covertly and away […]

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PA condemns sweeping raids in Itamar investigation

April 9, 2011 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — The Palestinian Authority’s media center issued a condemnation Friday, for what spokesman Ghassan Khatib called “the incessant abuse campaigns held by the Israeli occupation army, against the people of Awarta village.” The statement was issued the day an estimated 100 women, many in their 60s, were taken forcibly from […]

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Gaza MoH says medicine shortage critical

April 9, 2011 GAZA (Ma’an) — De facto minister of health Basem Na’im announced Saturday, after four consecutive days of crossings closure, that more than 150 kinds of medicines have run out at the ministry’s warehouses. Beyond medicines, he said from a news conference at Gaza City’s Ash-Shifa Hospital, spare parts for medical equipment are […]

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Abbas asks Arab League for urgent meeting

April 9, 2011 CAIRO (Ma’an) — The Arab League Council will hold an emergency meeting on Sunday to discuss what has been described as a serious escalation of hostilities by Israel, at the request of President Mahmoud Abbas. Member of the PLO executive committee Sa’eb Erekat told PA news agency WAFA, that Abbas asked the […]

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Palestinian interior ministry declares state of emergency in Gaza

09/04/2011 – 02:13 PM GAZA, (PIC)– The Palestinian ministry of interior declared on Saturday a state of emergency throughout the Gaza Strip as a result of the ongoing Israeli military attacks that escalated during the last two days. Spokesman for the ministry Ihab Al-Ghussein said that Israel’s bombing of the interior ministry’s buildings would not […]

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IHH: Gaza convoys to continue by sea, land and air

[ 09/04/2011 – 11:16 AM ] ANTALYA, (PIC)– President of the Turkish IHH relief society Bulent Yildirim has confirmed that Gaza aid convoys will continue by land, air and sea as the Turkish Mavi Marmara gears for its next journey from Europe. He said so during a ceremony in Antalya in memory of the nine […]

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Hamdan appeals to Arab, Islamic states to assume responsibilities towards Gaza

[ 09/04/2011 – 02:16 PM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Director of Hamas’s international relations Osama Hamdan appealed to the Arab and Islamic countries to assume their responsibilities towards the Gaza Strip which is under constant attack by the Israeli occupation. Hamdan told Al-Aqsa radio on Saturday this military aggression against Gaza is an Israeli habit and […]

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We ask, how many more dead corpses of Palestinian children and women does the international community need to see in order to act?

A new Israeli massacre in Gaza Posted by palestinesolidarity@gmail.com (ISM Palestine) on Saturday, April 9, 2011 at 12:26 pm. 09 April 2011 | One Democratic State Group, Palestinian Students’ Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel, University Teachers’ Association in Palestine, Association of Al-Quds Bank for Culture and Information Besieged Gaza, Occupied Palestine. The latest […]

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Haneyya: Israel’s aggression will fail to suppress our people

[ 09/04/2011 – 08:07 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya strongly denounced the Israeli brutal attacks on the Gaza Strip that targeted children, women, elderly people, and ambulances, stressing this aggression would fail to subdue the Palestinian people or break their will. Haneyya mourned in a statement the death of civilians during the Israeli […]

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Angered Arabi says Israel must commit to calm

[ 09/04/2011 – 07:55 AM ] CAIRO, (PIC)– Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil al-Arabi called for an urgent meeting on Friday evening, that included his aides and Arab diplomats, to discuss developments in the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip. Israeli aggression culminated that day in the killing of five Palestinians and the injury of more […]

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IOF artillery fire kills Palestinian citizen

[ 09/04/2011 – 07:26 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– A Palestinian citizen was killed and another wounded in Israeli occupation forces’ artillery fire in northern Gaza Strip on Saturday morning, medical sources reported. The sources told the PIC reporter that Ahmed Zaituna was killed and another citizen was injured when the IOF artillery fired at them […]

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THE SEARCH FOR ZIONIST FRIENDLY DEMOCRACY IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Posted by desertpeace at PS.HADNEWS.COM on Friday, April 8, 2011 at 6:35 am. Image by Khalil Bendib We all know, of course, that the introduction of true democracy in the Arab world is the last thing in the world Israel really cares about.  Israel knows quite well that its various interests in the Arab region […]

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Israeli occupation forces start to demolish Palestinian village

April 8, 2011 | MEMO Reports from the occupied West Bank confirm that Israeli occupation forces have started to demolish a large part of the village of Al-Akba. According to Sami Sadeq, the president of the village council, “A significant number of troops surrounded the village and closed the entrances. They had huge bulldozers which […]

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