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Israel is pushing its luck with the EU

  • 2017-10-21
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When it comes to the various stakeholders in the Israeli Palestinian conflict Israel has guaranteed American support in almost whatever it does. Other stakeholders, including the EU, have consistently criticised Israeli government policy but consistently failed to back it up with any action. That is, possibly, until now.

Far from exercising their right to reporting, Israel and the Palestinian Authority have ensured that Palestinian journalists continue to face restrictions, violations and punitive measures from both ends. On Wednesday, Maan news agency reported that another two Palestinian journalists were arrested by Israel during dawn raids upon several Palestinian media outlets, claiming the broadcasting of inciting material.

Is it an Apportionment or a National Partnership?

  • 2017-10-19
  • Written by: Moatasem Hamada ,Translated by: Manal Mansour and Hassan Barazi

Returning to the apportionment again as an alternative to the principle of national partnership, means establishing a new crisis.

Egypts announcement earlier this month that it would be signing the final agreement for an industrial zone near the Suez Canal with Russia before the end of this year, was just the latest in a series of headlines that have highlighted increased cooperation between the two states. Moscow and Cairo have strengthened diplomatic ties, bilateral economic aid and arms deals; a strategy that is mutually beneficial to both countries over the past few years.

Egypts announcement earlier this month that it would be signing the final agreement for an industrial zone near the Suez Canal with Russia before the end of this year, was just the latest in a series of headlines that have highlighted increased cooperation between the two states. Moscow and Cairo have strengthened diplomatic ties, bilateral economic aid and arms deals; a strategy that is mutually beneficial to both countries over the past few years.

It cannot be denied that, despite signing a reconciliation agreement with Hamas, the Palestinian Authority shares common aims with Israel. Coercion of Palestinians in Gaza is one such aspect. Imposing restrictive conditions upon Hamas, particularly that the movement abandons all resistance and disarms, is another mutual requirement.

Resisting the Settlements and Judging them

  • 2017-10-17
  • Written by: Mohamad Alsahli ,Translated by: Rasha Abo Allan and Hassan Barazi

Facing the settlements in the ground, supports the political and diplomatic action in this regard.

The Hamas-Fatah reconciliation in Cairo has silenced critics as the decade-long rift between the two main Palestinian factions ended we hope finally a few days ago. Among those waiting anxiously for news of the outcome was 87-year-old Laloo Isu Chiba from his office in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Mordechai Vanunu was imprisoned in Israel for eighteen years because he blew the whistle on Israels secret nuclear weapons program. He felt he had an obligation to tell the people of Israel what was going on behind their backs at a supposed nuclear research facility which was actually producing plutonium for nuclear weapons. His punishment for breaking the silence about Israels capacity to manufacture nuclear weapons included eleven years of solitary confinement.

Last month saw yet another attack on the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), the body supporting Palestinian refugees in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) and wider region.