Palestinians of the 1948 occupied lands threaten to start civil disobedience

[ PIC 11/07/2012 – 06:45 PM ]

NAZARETH, (PIC)– The Palestinian political and popular committees in the 1948 occupied lands threatened to start civil disobedience if the Israeli government insisted on passing a new law imposing civil or military service on the Arab young men.

The Likud party led by premier Benjamin Netanyahu approved the recommendations made by Blasner committee that called for obliging the Palestinians to engage in the civil service. The Knesset will discuss this draft law in the coming days.

Head of the committee against the civil service Ayman Odeh said the Israeli recruitment projects regardless of their different names are used by the occupation to put the blame on the Palestinians for the state of discrimination and racism they are exposed to by the Israeli regime.

Al-Jazeera net quoted Odeh as saying that the higher follow-up committee for Arab citizens reiterated its rejection of all Israeli voluntary or obligatory recruitment plans for the Palestinians in the 1948 occupied lands.

For his part, head of the higher follow-up committee for Arab citizens Mohamed Zeidan threatened to declare civil disobedience if the Israeli government insisted on imposing such law.

Zeidan expressed his rejection of the Israeli claims about the need for sharing burden and stressed that the Palestinians are outside the context of this kind of sharing because they see Israel as a burden on them since the Nakba.

He noted that Israel violates the rights of the Palestinians and created recently a package of racist laws to strangle them.

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