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Netanyahu Pledges Continued Lawlessness ~ by @StephenLendman

Stephen Lendman | Indybay | Oct 27, 2012 What else can be expected from Israel’s worst ever leader. He’s a serial lawbreaker. He deplores democratic values. His contempt for non-Jews is palpable. He calls Palestinians sub-humans. It shows in how he treats them. Under international law, Israeli settlements are illegal. Fourth Geneva’s Article 49 states, […]

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Iran pledges to support Palestinians

Gaza Under Attack- in pictures | Part 1 | Part 2 | PressTV – Thu Aug 25, 2011 8:43AM GMT Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks during an interview with al-Manar TV on August 24, 2011. Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has pledged the Islamic Republic’s enduring support for the Palestinian cause, urging a united regional front […]

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Israel hires thousands of Romanian and Bulgarian workers in return for state pledges to oppose the recognition of a Palestinian state

Thursday, 14 July 2011 17:15| MEMO The Israeli government has announced that it will hire foreign labour to work in the settlement construction industry and to cope with an expected increase in settlement expansion projects in the West Bank. A press release issued by the Prime Minister’s office last night stated that during Israeli Prime […]

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Arabi pledges to lift Gaza siege in ten days, Rizka welcomes the news

[ 29/04/2011 – 02:58 PM ] CAIRO, (PIC)– Nabil Al-Arabi, the Egyptian foreign minister, said on Thursday that Egypt would take a decisive decision rescinding the unjust siege on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, adding that the decision would be taken within ten days. “The humanitarian condition in Gaza is very miserable, inhuman, […]

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Israel to hold migrants in closed detention center, despite pledging otherwise

Tuesday 4th January, 2011 Source: Haaretz Despite statements to the contrary, the facility the government plans to build in the south for the purpose of housing asylum seekers will be a closed compound, a document prepared for the National Planning and Building Council and obtained by Haaretz reveals. After the government decided in November to […]

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