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Türkische Hilfsorganisation, die für die Gaza Flottille verantwortlich war, lehnt Versöhnungsdeal mit Israel ab - Kate - 27.06.2016 - IHH erklärt Einwand gegen Normalisierung zwischen Türkei und Israel

Die Stiftung für Menschenrechte, Freiheiten und humanitäre Hilfe (IHH) mit Sitz in Istanbul, die die Gaza Flottille von 2010 organisiert hat, hat seinen klaren Einwand gegen das bevorstehende Abkommen zwischen der Türkei und Israel erklärt[...].

IHH erklärte seinen Einwand und die Gründe über seine Twitter accounts am späten 25. Juni, sowohl in Englisch wie in Türkisch.

"Bei den Bedingungen des wahrscheinlich zustande kommenden Deals zwischen der Türkei und Israel, so wie er in den Medien erscheint, sind Verpflichtungen folgende:

1) Wir bleiben bei unserer Haltung bezüglich der Blockade von Gaza und dem Vorfall mit der Mavi Marmara", sagte IHH. Die türkisch-israelischen Beziehungen wurden 2000 auf Eis gelegt, nachdem die israelischen Streitkräfte die Mavi Marmara gestürmt hatten, die Teil der "Gaza Freedom Flotilla" war, und die versuchte die über die Palästinenser im Gazastreifen verhängte Blockade zu durchbrechen. Bei dem Angriff wurden acht türkische und ein US-Bürger mit türkischer Herkunft getötet, ein zehnter starb drei Jahre später an seinen Verletzungen. IHH hatte die Flottille nach Gaza 2000 organisiert.

2) Die Blockade von Gaza ist unrechtmäßig (unlawfull) und ein Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit. Die Blockade muss aufgehoben werden...

5) Ein Abkommen, das die Benützung des Hafens von Ashdod vorsieht, wird die Blockade nicht lockern, sondern eher zu ihrer Anerkennung führen...  Quelle    Übersetzung: K. Nebauer

 


De Sicht von Gaza aus: 'Die türkische Regierung hat uns verkauft und möchte, dass wir dankbar sind' - Haidar Eid - Israel und die Türkei haben ein Abkommen zur Normalisierung ihrer Beziehungen erreicht, sechs Jahre nach dem israelischen Überfall auf ein Schiff, bei dem zehn türkische Aktivisten getötet wurden, und neun Jahre nach der Verhängung einer tödlichen Blockade, die den Gazastreifen unbewohnbar gemacht hat.

Was meinen wir Palästinenser von Gaza dazu? - Gerade heraus gesagt, wir sind bestürzt und verärgert, so wie es die Familien der zehn Opfer des Vorfalls auf der Mavi Marmara sein müssen. Dieser Deal beläßt uns unter einer hermetischen, mittelalterlichen Blockade, die, wie Ilan Pappé es nennt, einem "schrittweisen Genozid" (incremental genocide) gleichkommt.

Unnötig zu sagen, dass der Deal auch die Richtlinien des Boykotts verletzt, die die palästinensische Zivilgesellschaft 2005 herausgegeben hat. Es ist tatsächlich nicht anders als eine diplomatische und wirtschaftliche Normalisierung der Beziehungen mit dem Apartheidstaat Südafrika.

Die Partei für Gerechtigkeit und Entwicklung (AKP) von Recep Tayyip Erdogan ist der türkische Zweig des Ikhwan, der Muslimbruderschaft, die in Ägypten ein Jahr lang regierte und es versäumt hat den Grenzübergang von Rafah zu öffnen und die Blockade des Gazastreifens aufzuheben. Hamas, der palästinensische Zweig, hat durch seine strenge Regierung und das Fehlen einer politischen Vision den Menschen im Gazstreifen noch mehr Elend gebracht. Jetzt schließt der türkische Ikhwan auf Kosten der grundlegenden palästinensischen Rechte einen Deal mit dem Apartheid-Israel ab! Um dem Ganzen die Krone aufzusetzen hat Hamas eine Erklärung abgegeben, in der >>>


 

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Täter sein macht offensichtlich immer noch Spaß - Abraham Melzer - Völker sind oft Geiseln in den Händen unverantwortlicher und krimineller Führer. So war das deutsche Volk die Geisel seines Führers mit Namen Adolf Hitler, die Russen Geiseln eines Josef Stalin und die Chinesen Opfer von Mao Tse Tung – wie auch heute die Israelis Opfer ihres „Führers“ Benjamin Netanjahu sind, der im Übrigen alle Juden der Welt als Geiseln seiner nationalistisch-zionistischen Politik hält. Indem er sich als Führer aller Juden aufspielt und alle Juden zu Zionisten erklärt, in dem er Max Nordaus Worte, “Die Zionisten sind keine Partei, sie sind das Judentum selbst”, in die Tat umsetzt.

So sind auch die Juden in Deutschland Geiseln von Netanjahu und seines Stadthalters Josef Schuster, der wie seine Vorgänger, päpstliche als der Papst und zionistischer als die übelsten Zionisten ist. Wir alle, auch solche wie ich, die radikal antizionistisch sind, werden in ein Boot gesetzt, dass am Ende untergehen wird.

Ärgerlich und frustrierend ist es immer wieder festzustellen, wie primitiv Schuster argumentiert und sich immer wieder aus der Mottenkiste der zionistischen Hasbara (Propaganda) bedient. „Unter jungen Muslime in Deutschland gebe es einen recht ausgeprägten Antisemitismu”, sagt er. Von einem tiefen Hass gegen Muslime unter den jungen und alten Juden spricht er nicht. Sein Kollege Dr. Warszawski, „Führer“ der jüdischen Gemeinde in Aachen, spricht aber von der Kultur Europas, speziell Deutschlands, die auf der christlichen Religion basiert, die Ursache und Motor des Antisemitismus ist. >>>

Palestinians sue billionaire Sheldon Adelson for Israeli war crimes - Charlotte Silver - A group of Palestinians and Palestinian Americans are seeking $34.5 billion dollars in damages from wealthy individuals and companies they accuse of financing and profiting from Israel’s settlements in the occupied West Bank and other abuses of their rights.

The plaintiffs include Palestinians who have lost family members in Israeli attacks in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

Their lawsuit is the latest effort to expose and curb the role of organizations that operate as tax-exempt US charities in fueling violence and settlement expansion on occupied Palestinian land.

It names as defendants US tycoons Sheldon Adelson, Haim Saban, Irving Moskowitz and Oracle founder Lawrence Ellison. >>>

Turning entire Palestinian villages invisible - Umar al-Ghubari - Standing on the “Ayalon Valley Lookout,” the villages of Beit Sira, Beit Liqya, Kharbatha, Beit Ur al-Fuka, Beit Ur al-Tahta and Safa are in front of your eyes on the opposite mountain range. They are visible even more clearly than are Modi’in and Shaalabim, which you can see only by craning your neck to the north and to the south. The colonizer fails to see the natives, even though they are right there before him. The sign tells you to look at the view, and to fail to see the Palestinian; to see a purely Jewish landscape. Ignore the rest. Or better yet, make it unseen. >>>

Israel’s security figures take aim at hard-line Netanyahu - Dan Perry and Josef Federman - Boston Globe - On Tuesday, a group representing more than 200 retired leaders in Israel’s military, police, Mossad spy service, and Shin Bet security agency presented a plan to help end the half-century occupation of the Palestinians through unilateral steps, including disavowing claims to over 90 percent of the West Bank and freezing Jewish settlement construction in such areas. >>>

‘I was wrong in my presumption that Israel desired peace’ – Chas Freeman - The cover of Ambassador Chas W. Freeman's new book published by Just World Books, "America's Continuing Misadventures in the Middle East" The cover of Ambassador Chas W. Freeman's new book published by Just World Books, "America's Continuing Misadventures in the Middle East"

The following is an excerpt from Ambassador Chas W. Freeman’s new book America’s Continuing Misadventures in the Middle East. You can listen to his recent podcast on the book with Helena Cobban here.

To be disillusioned, one must first have illusions. Few things have been as disillusioning to partisans of the consolidation of a secure homeland for Jews in the Middle East (the most important objective of U.S. diplomacy in the region for decades) as the evolution of Israeli policies and practices over the past quarter-century. This period began with an internationally sponsored conference in Madrid from October 30 to November 1, 1991. The Madrid Conference brought Israel, its Arab neighbors, and the Palestine Liberation Organization together for the first time in an effort to achieve regional acceptance for the Jewish state. This led by circuitous means to the signing in Washington (on September 13, 1993) of the Oslo accords, which envisaged Palestinian elections to establish self-government, Israeli withdrawal from Palestinian lands, and a process of self-determination that would culminate within five years in the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.

This era may be said to have definitively ended on October 26, 2015, when Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the Knesset that, while he rejected the idea of a binational state, Israeli Jews “need to control all of the territory [of historic Palestine] for the foreseeable future.” Mr. Netanyahu showed that he understood that this would preclude a secure peace for Israel with Palestinians, other Arabs, and the world’s Muslims when he added, “I’m asked if we will forever live by the sword—yes.” >>>

Israel/Palestine Middle East US Politics Activism Features Dershowitz approves Clinton’s ‘muscular foreign policy,’ and Sen. Warren is a ‘surprising Israel hawk’ US Politics - Philip Weiss -  Hillary Clinton is gaining the support of the neoconservative establishment. Alan Dershowitz is for her “muscular foreign policy.” Robert Kagan is holding a fundraiser for her. Jennifer Rubin tells other neocons to get on board now so that Clinton can end the Obama chill to the Jewish state. Alas, even Elizabeth Warren is caught up in the orgy of testimonials to Israel Clinton has been campaigning lately with the Massachusetts Senator, and there is talk that Warren will join Clinton’s ticket. Today the Forward scans Hillary Clinton’s short list for veep nominees and finds that Warren is a “surprising Israel hawk.” >>>

For Netanyahu, every peace initiative is an anti-Zionist plot - Haokets - What kind of hope does the prime minister offer us when every attempt to bring about peace is rejected as a plot to destroy Israel? - Yossi Dahan

Less than a year ago, in a rare moment of honesty, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented his vision for Israeli citizens, in present and future tense. It happened during a meeting of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, which came together to mark the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. “These days there is talk about what would have happened if someone or other would have remained. This is not relevant… we will forever live by the sword.” From Netanyahu’s blood-soaked vision, as opposed to, say, Rabin’s vision of hope, we can tease out his worldview and political behavior. In fact, his remarks summarize his continual refusal to respond to every single initiative that attempts to bring about the end of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians through negotiations. >>>

Israel`s stop-and-frisk law `blatant racism` : The recent legislation is a form of collective punishment towards Jerusalem and its youth, rights groups say. - Zena Tahhan - According to the law, soldiers can inspect any individual, in specific locations, without having to answer for their actions. This has resulted in what rights groups describe as "openly racist" treatment towards Palestinians who are being body searched, sometimes aggressively, based solely on their appearance. "Any Palestinian who is passing by is subject to being searched. Israeli soldiers would make them stand from between 15 minutes to an hour. It is not just that they search them - but the way they are being searched is humiliating," said Nisreen Allayan, the lawyer for the East Jerusalem project at the Association for Civil Rights in Israel. >>>

Ramadan soup kitchen offers brief respite to Gaza`s poor - Sakher Abou El Oun -  In her modest home in the Gaza Strip, Sahar Sherif’s family watches as she ladles out a broth of meat and vegetables for a rare heart-warming meal.For just a month of the year, a soup kitchen in the Palestinian enclave is offering struggling families like Sherif’s a welcome break from daily worries about where they will find their next meal.>>>

How media blackout on Hebron shooter trial will undermine IDF - Mazal Mualem - Azaria’s trial will also have enormous importance in the battle over the country’s values. Furthermore, the judges could decide that there were expedient circumstances behind his decision to shoot and kill a neutralized attacker. But if the court accepts the prosecution’s request and the important testimonies are delivered behind closed doors, the court will be betraying its own role in the process and contribute to further blurring the boundaries between what is moral and what is political.>>>

Youngest administrative detainee Hamza Hammad ordered to four more months in prison without charge - Samidoun - The Israeli administrative detention order against Palestinian boy, Hamza Hammad, was renewed on Monday, 27 June for an additional four months. Hammad, 16, from Silwad near Ramallah, has been imprisoned without charge or trial on the basis of secret evidence since 28 February 2016.>>>

Documentary About ‘The Settlers’ Shows Them as Israeli Left Wants To See Them - Yitz Landes - Shimon Dotan’s recent documentary, “The Settlers,” currently attracting a lot of attention in Israel, is painfully beautiful. Dotan’s shots capture both the beauty of the West Bank and the complexity of the geopolitics that are tragically tearing it apart. Along with the fantastic production, Dotan’s skills as an interviewer present the settlers, an often-misunderstood segment of Israeli society, to a wide audience. Yet the film has much more to teach us about the dogma of left-wing Israelis than it does about settlers >>>

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