Tag Archives: Israeli law

Jewish Man Killed By Israeli Officer’s Fire In Jerusalem for shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ (God is the Greatest)

Note from occpal: This horrible event serious the seriousness of the paranoia state of zionism which sinks to depths in which they EXECUTE a man for saying GOD IS GREAT in Arabic only 2 words (Allahu Akbar) is enough for a bullet and death. To kill without remorse for only thinking it was a Palestinian… […]

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VIDEO | Tens of thousands Jews protesting the State of Israel in NYC ~ by @netureikartausa

Published on Jun 12, 2013 by Neturei Karta On June 9, 2013, tens of thousands of Orthodox Jews assembled on the streets of New York City to protest against the existence of the State of Israel, and to condemn it’s current evil decree to draft yeshiva students. The mass demonstration took place in Federal Plaza […]

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Jonathan Cook: The myth of Israel’s liberal Supreme Court exposed

25 February 2012 – Israeli Occupation Archives By Jonathan Cook, MERIP – 23 Feb 2012 Jonathan Cook Little more than a decade ago, in a brief interlude of heady optimism about the prospects of regional peace, the Israeli Supreme Court issued two landmark rulings that, it was widely assumed, heralded the advent of a new, […]

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Marian Houk: Ethnic Cleansing continues – Israeli lawyers tell UN Palestinian Jerusalemites targeted

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures Israeli Occupation Archive | 10 February 2012 Jerusalem – Ramat Shlomo, Orthodox Jewish development By Marian Houk, Jerusalem Quarterly – Winter 2011 [48] http://www.jerusalemquarterly.org/ViewArticle.aspx?id=397 Israeli human rights Attorney Michael Sfard abruptly lowered both his voice and his head as he neared the end of […]

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HRW: New laws marginalize Palestinian Arab citizens

1 April 2011 By Human Rights Watch, http://www.HRW.org – 30 March 2011 Measures Threaten Discrimination; Chill Freedom of Expression Two new Israeli laws affecting Israel’s Palestinian Arab residents would promote discrimination and stifle free expression, Human Rights Watch said today. One would authorize rural, Jewish-majority communities to reject Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel and other […]

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On Land Day, 30 March 2011, join international efforts to stop the Jewish National Fund

28 March 2011— Israeli Occupation Archive By the Stop the JNF campaign– 22 March 2011 The Palestinian BDS National Committee has called for a Global Day of Action to commemorate Palestinian Land Day. On March 30, 2011, join the international campaign to Stop the Jewish National Fund Palestinian Land Day is the annual commemoration of […]

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Al Arakib: Is Nuri el-Okbi a Bedouin version of Australia’s indigenous land rights campaigner Eddie Mabo?

28 March 2011 By Amos Roberts, SBS Dateline Report – 27 March 2011 http://www.sbs.com.au/dateline/story/about/id/601031/n/Israel-s-Mabo Professor John Sheehan, an Australian authority on native title compensation, certainly thinks he could be. He’s currently helping Nuri in his struggle to reclaim land taken from his family by the Israeli authorities 60 years ago. Despite living in the Negev […]

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Silence over Nakba Law encourages racism

25 March 2011 [The Nakba Law is] the latest in a growing list of disgraceful legislation whose entire purpose is to discriminate against Israel’s Arab citizens, intimidate them and deny them their rights… The people directly responsible for this process are the [ones] … who sponsored the bills [and] voted for them. But the 60 […]

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TA University operates undercover campus security force

16 March 2011 | Israeli Occupation Archive By Gili Cohen, Haaretz – 15 March 2011 http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/ta-university-operates-undercover-campus-security-force-1.349221 A recent announcement published by the TAU students union calls on students who served in elite IDF combat units to join the university’s security detail voluntarily Tel Aviv University operates an undercover security force on campus, in addition to […]

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