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Even if Abbas and the Zionists finally agree on something, it will never work. Abbas might represent Fatah but for sure he does not represent the Palestinians…!!

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In 2003, Netanyahu said that the wall built to engage the West Bank would prevent a “demographic spillover” into Israel. The collapse of the “peace process” to deliver a two-state solution threatens to leave the Israelis with only two options – expel the Palestinians to Jordan and Egypt to liquidate the Palestinian question, or absorb the Palestinians into a non-racial single state.
Israeli policy leans toward the former, with the latter its nightmare. There is no seriousness of purpose in Israel toward any kind of negotiation. It has gained ground by obduracy. Why should it shift its strategy now?!

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There is no legitimate negotiations till all Palestinians are included, till the right of return is ensured and only when negotiating the ONE state solution.!!

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1- Palestinians collect their belongings after their house was demolished by Israeli bulldozers in the Arab east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Beit Hanina on on the grounds that it was built without a construction permit. March 19, 2014 

2- A general view taken on shows Israeli construction cranes and excavators at a building site of new housing units in the Jewish settlement of Neve Yaakov, in the northern area of east Jerusalem. April 8, 2014

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The United Nations says Israel has blocked humanitarian aid worth USD 110 million from reaching Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip.

The UN Undersecretary General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman made the comments at the UN Security Council (UNSC) session on Tuesday, March 18.

“The implementation of UN projects has not been renewed, though it was agreed upon with the Israeli authorities. Fifteen projects worth $14 million are currently on hold. 42 more projects worth USD 96 million are awaiting Israel’s permission,” the UN official said.
The UN Undersecretary General for Political Affairs said Palestinians in the besieged strip were living in harsh conditions.

Feltman warned that the humanitarian situation for Palestinians is deteriorating as it is becoming “harder and harder for the UN to help the population of Gaza because of limited access.”

He also said that the growing unemployment rate of Palestinians in Gaza was of great concern, with nearly 40 percent people now being jobless.

Since June 2007, Gaza has been blockaded by Israel in an act which has caused a decline in the living standards as well as unprecedented levels of unemployment, and poverty.

Tel Aviv denies about 1.7 million people in Gaza their basic rights, such as freedom of movement, jobs that pay proper wages, adequate healthcare, and education.

There has been a new round of tensions between the Israelis and Palestinians since March 11 when an Israeli airstrike killed three members of the Palestinian resistance movement Islamic Jihad in Gaza’s southern town of Khan Yunis.

The attacks against Gazans continue despite an Egypt-brokered truce in 2012.

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in-the-midst-of-winter:

Irish Republican posters circa 1970.

First says: “Óglaigh na héireann/Irish Republican Army”; “Briogáid Béal-Feirste/Belfast Brigade”.

Second says: “Bás nó an bua/Death or victory!”

Long Kesh Live 1972…Boys of the Old Brigade

(via taqwaqueer)

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HITLER MAY HAVE SAID IT, BUT ZIONIST ISRAEL PERFECTED IT: “A LIE WILL BE BELIEVED IF IT IS BIG ENOUGH, AND IF IT IS REPEATED OFTEN ENOUGH.


Now another mendacious narrative is taking shape before our eyes. The large majority in Israel is already totally convinced that the Palestinians had brought about the crisis by joining 15 international conventions. After this flagrant violation of the agreement, the Israeli government was right in its refusal to release the prisoners. The media have repeated this falsification of the course of events so often, that it has by now acquired the status of fact.

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Uri Avnery

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What Other Torturous Measures Will They Inflict on the Tortured?
The thousands of people who arrive at Qalandiya checkpoint and its surroundings each day didn’t hold their breaths when they heard Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s announcement that “unilateral actions by the Palestinians will be responded by unilateral actions”.
What other unilateral actions could the Israeli government take against the Palestinians in a reality in which millions of human beings, from the moment of their birth and until their death, are victims of commands, regulations and laws that enable theft and torture?
When an entire community lives without basic rights, when children and adults can’t control their daily lives, which have been planned out unilaterally by men of power for tens of years?
What other hardships could the rule of occupation put before a man who a week ago, while passing through Qalandiya checkpoint on his way to his place of work (it was his place of work until that day) in east Jerusalem, had his permit confiscated and didn’t have any other choice but to become a peddler and have his elder son as his assistant?
What else can be taken from children who have their childhood stolen from them, in a reality in which each day more children join the more senior peddlers and beggars at that dusty, filthy and noisy place?
What Other Torturous Measures will they inflict on the Torture?
And what additional “unilateral measures” might be designed by master minds that explained at the petition before the High Court of Justice that the request of the athlete Nader al-Masri, a resident of the Gaza strip, to participate in a competition in the WestBank was denied due to “political and foreign relations considerations”?
But the inconceivable is conceived by the woman beside whom I crossed the checkpoint:
This woman, who was born in Nablus, was married to a resident of Jerusalem and for the past eighteen years lived in her home in Jerusalem with a permit for family unification. She knows that the worst is lurking in every corner and might appear before her at any moment.
She also knows that basic right for a family life might be taken from her cold heartedly, and so she is very careful and silences her husband (who is a resident of Jerusalem) when he becomes angry that they are told to separate at the checkpoint and in spite of her being fifty four years old and of her bad health, she is told to get off the bus and cross through the part of the checkpoint intended for residents of Palestine.

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Of Kufr Qaddum protest today, 18 April 2014.

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Nabi Saleh today, 18 April 2014.

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A mosque in Umm Al Fahm (occupied land 1948) was subject last night to a terrorist Zionist colonists attack, it was burned and racist slogans were written on the mosque’s outside walls, 18 April 2014.

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Having to pray outside because Israel won’t let you pray at the al-Aqsa mosque..!!

Having to pray outside because Israel won’t let you pray at the al-Aqsa mosque..!!

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Are you going to Church this Good FridayIs your Church keen on encouraging young people to attend worship? In Palestine, the fascist Zionist Jewish State prevents “young” Palestinians under the age of 50 from attending Friday prayers on a regular basis! They are harassed, beaten, and arrested for trying to get to Friday prayers … Something to think about on this Good Friday and Easter Sunday … Remember that its YOUR American tax Dollars and YOUR elected Representatives, including YOUR President, that are enabling and in fact encouraging the DENIAL and ABUSES of the COLLECTIVE RIGHTS of Palestinian Muslims AND Christians …!!

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We were not born to be enslaved, kneel and or give up, we were born to make life and to contribute to humanity’s development, prosperity, stability and peace !! … And over the past many thousands of years we have enriched the human civilization and culture and we are stillGood night from bleeding Palestine♥

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Palestinian Authority Trying to do the dirty work of the Zionists

Palestinian Authority Trying to do the dirty work of the Zionists