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Der verstorbene palästinensische Nationaldichter wird Israel weiterhin heimsuchen
Gideon Levy
25.07.2016

Mahmud Darwishs beharrt darauf das zur Sprache zu bringen, was Israelis nicht anerkennen wollen: Hier hat man sich sehr versündigt, als der Staat Israel 1948 gegründet wurde.

Der Geist des palästinensischen Nationaldichters Mahmud Darwish wird uns niemals verlassen. Alle paar Jahre wird eine Hexenjagd gegen diesen Dichter ausbrechen, Emotionen aufwühlen und die Israelis reizen, bis sie ihn mit Hitler vergleichen. Es lässt nach, lebt aber wieder auf. Es gibt kein Entrinnen. Keiner der Geister der Unabhängigkeitskrieges von 1948 wird uns in Ruhe lassen, bis wir die Schuld eingestehen, die Sünde zugeben und die Verantwortung dafür übernehmen, indem wir uns entschuldigen, Entschädigung zahlen und vor allem uns selbst ändern. Solange werden uns die Geister weiter quälen und uns keine Ruhe lassen.


Der jüngste Skandal um Darwish – von zwei ignoranten Ministern entfacht – der Kultur- und Sportministerin Miri Regev und dem Verteidigungsminister Avigdor Lieberman,  bei denen es ungewiss ist, ob sie jemals Darwishs Gedichte gelesen haben – ist ein weiteres Glied in der Kette. Sogar in ihrer Ignoranz wissen sie, wen sie attackieren. Sie wissen, dass Darwisch mehr als jeder andere den empfindlichsten Nerv der israelischen Gesellschaft trifft und die Israelis jedesmal verrückt macht. Sie versuchen immer auf jegliche Weise zu vertuschen – verbergen, leugnen abstreiten, lügen und unterdrücken, aber immer erfolglos.


Darwish rührt an die Erbsünde, und das macht ihn zu Hitler. Er deckt die klaffende Wunde auf, was ihn tabu macht. Wären die Israelis überzeugt, dass es da keine Sünde und keine blutende Wunde gibt, hätten sie nicht so große Angst vor seiner Dichtung. Wären sie überzeugt, dass damals, 1948, alles korrekt gemacht worden ist, und dass nichts hätte anders sein können, hätte man Darwish im Reich der Literaturabteilungen gelassen.


Aber der verstorbene Dichter beharrt darauf zur Sprache zu bringen, was die Israelis nicht wissen wollen: hier hat man sich sehr versündigt. Die Gründung von Israel – genau so wie sie war – war begleitet von dem unverzeihlichen Verbrechen der ethnischen Säuberung weiter Teile des Landes. Kein Wald des Jüdischen Nationalfonds kann die moralischen Ruinen, auf denen der Staat aufgebaut ist, zudecken. Um es noch schlimmer zu machen, hat Israel den Palästinensern, die vertrieben wurden oder geflohen waren, die Rückkehr nicht erlaubt. An die tausend historische Zeugnisse, die wir auch wie Feuer meiden, erreicht nicht eine Zeile der Dichtung von Darwish: "Wohin wirst du mich bringen, mein Vater?" 
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Mahmud Darwisch: Belagerungszustand - Belagerungszustand ist eines der wichtigsten Bücher des palästinensischen Lyrikers Mahmud Darwisch. Die Gedichte, geschrieben unter dem Eindruck der israelischen Invasion, beginnen mit konfrontierenden Versen und enden mit einem Besingen des ersehnten Friedens zwischen Palästinensern und Israel.

In einer knappen, dokumentarischen Sprache reflektiert Darwisch das tägliche Leben unter der Belagerung, die Suche nach verlorener Menschlichkeit, und er hinterfragt den Mythos des „Märtyrers“.
Der Band umfasst Liebesgedichte ebenso wie politische Lyrik und imaginiert – wie ein Psychogramm – den Alltag unter der Besatzung, die kleinen Wunden und großen Sehnsüchte, quälende Ängste und robuste Hoffnungen. >>>

VIDEO  - In Gaza festgehalten - Vier Monate ist es mittlerweile her, dass Ahmed Tubail aus dem nordhessischen Fuldatal in den Gazastreifen gereist ist. Was als zweiwöchiger Aufenthalt geplant war, dauert bis heute an: Der 49-jährige deutsche Staatsbürger darf nicht mehr ausreisen.

Pressemitteilung - Auswärtiges Amt zu israelischen Siedlungsplänen in Ost-Jerusalem und dem Westjordanland - 27.07.2016 - Zu jüngsten israelischen Ankündigungen, Siedlungspläne in Ost-Jerusalem und daran angrenzenden Teilen des Westjordanlands voranzutreiben, erklärte ein Sprecher des Auswärtigen Amts heute (27.07.):

Zusatzinformationen
- Die israelischen Ankündigungen der letzten Tage, die Entwicklung von insgesamt über 1000 Wohneinheiten in Siedlungen in Ost-Jerusalem und den daran angrenzenden Teilen des Westjordanlands voranzutreiben, betrachten wir mit größter Sorge.

Die Bundesregierung hat ihren Standpunkt immer wieder klar zum Ausdruck gebracht: Der Siedlungsbau in den besetzten Gebieten verstößt gegen Völkerrecht. Siedlungen behindern die Möglichkeit eines Friedensprozesses zusätzlich und gefährden die Grundlagen der Zweistaatenlösung.

Erst kürzlich hat das auch das Nahost-Quartett in seinem Bericht betont. Wir nehmen die Empfehlungen des Berichts sehr ernst und erwarten von den Parteien, dass sie Maßnahmen unterlassen, die die Zweistaatenlösung untergraben.

Hintergrund:
Am 21. Juli 2016 wurde ein Plan für 770 Wohneinheiten in der Siedlung Gilo zur öffentlichen Einsicht hinterlegt. Damit werden Teile eines älteren Plans vorangetrieben, der die Siedlung Gilo im Süden Ost-Jerusalems weiter ausdehnen würde. Die Siedlung befindet sich in der Nähe des christlichen Klosters Cremisan, in dessen Umgebung auf palästinensischem Gebiet an der Sperranlage weitergebaut wird. Am 27. Juli 2016 veröffentlichten die israelischen Behörden vier Ausschreibungen für insgesamt 323 Wohneinheiten in den Siedlungen Gilo, Har Homa, Pisgat Ze’ev und Neve Ya’akov. Alle betroffenen Siedlungen befinden sich in oder direkt angrenzend an Ost-Jerusalem.

Von Hannover nach Ramallah - Vier Geschichten. Zwei Tage. Ein Land. Studenten des Masterstudiengangs Fernsehjournalismus der Hochschule Hannover haben in Ramallah gedreht. Ein Porträt über Streetart, Studenten und das Leben in den palästinensischen Gebieten.

Die 15 Studenten des Studiengangs Fernsehjournalismus staunten nicht schlecht, als ihnen Dozent Michael Sutor das Angebot machte, einen Film in Palästina zu drehen. In den Jahren zuvor gingen Exkursionen nach Rumänien oder in die Türkei. Aber das Westjordanland? Dort, wo der Nahostkonflikt weiterhin brodelt? Ein Krisengebiet, das die meisten nur aus der Tagesschau kennen?

"Klar es ist eine ordentliche Herauforderung für uns, in so ein Gebiet zu reisen. Man hört immer nur vom Nahostkonflikt. Aber da haben wir gesagt, sind wir dabei." Franziska Wielandt, Teil des Autorenkollektivs der Hochschule Hannover

Vor Ort hatten sie gerade einmal eine Woche Zeit, ihren Film vorzubereiten und zu drehen. Unterstützung bekamen sie dabei von 25 Studenten der Al-Quds Universtät in Ramallah. Eine Kooperation mit ihrer Hochschule in Hannover.  >>>

B'Tselem: Israel demolished more Palestinian homes in past 6 months than in all of 2015

Israeli authorities have demolished more Palestinian homes in the West Bank in the first six months of 2016 as they did in all of 2015, Israeli human rights group B’Tselem revealed in a report released on Wednesday, in a worrying confirmation of Israel’s ongoing crackdown on Palestinian communities in Area C of the West Bank.

The report, which was also presented by the Arab Joint List during a Knesset conference on Israel’s home demolition policy the same day, said that 168 homes were destroyed during the first half of 2016 for lacking hard to obtain Israeli-issued building permits, leaving 740 Palestinians homeless.

B’Tselem’s report did not include punitive demolitions enacted on the home of suspected Palestinian attackers and their families.

The B’Tselem tally marked a higher count than the total number of houses destroyed by Israeli each year in the past decade, with the exception of 2013, when 175 homes were demolished.

The 2016 statistics marked a drastic increase from 2015, when 125 homes were demolished, leaving 496 Palestinians without a home. >>>

 

 

West Bank home demolitions hit 10-year high

Natasha Roth - Israeli authorities have demolished more Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank thus far in 2016 than in any other calendar year in the last decade, according to data provided by Israeli human rights NGO B’Tselem Wednesday and statistics from the UN humanitarian agency, OCHA.

B’Tselem’s statistics show that the Civil Administration, the Israeli military’s governing arm in the West Bank, destroyed 168 Palestinian homes between January 1 and June 30, 2016, displacing 740 people, including 348 children. A further 12 West Bank Palestinian dwellings were destroyed between July 1 and July 18, displacing a further 62 people, according to figures provided to +972 Magazine by OCHA. This brings the total for the year so far to at least 180 homes demolished — surpassing the previous high of the 175 dwellings destroyed in 2013.

Since 2006, B’Tselem reports, Israel has destroyed at least 1,113 Palestinian homes in the West Bank, not including punitive home demolitions. As a result, at least 5,199 Palestinians have been displaced, around half of whom are minors. >>>


 

Mass ethnic cleansing,

The hundreds of heavily armed fascist Zionist occupation forces raided today at dawn Qalandia Refugee Camp, occupied Jerusalem, while Palestinian citizens are still enjoying a "peaceful" sleep "supposing" and demolished 12 houses including the one in the pics bellow, in addition to demolishing 3 services structures in occupied Jerusalem owned by Palestinian citizens, in Zionist occupation ongoing strategy to force us out of our houses, land, homeland, in favor of Colonial and Judaization plans, 26 July 2016. Quelle


 

Palestinian forced to demolish his house in Jerusalem

 - A Palestinian Jerusalemite, Abdul-Naset Qara’een, demolished part of his house located in Wadi al-Hilaw area in East Jerusalem’s Silwan neighbourhood, Felessteen newspaper reported on Monday. Qara’een demolished a 22-metre-square room he built for his son because his house is very small and he has daughters living in the only bedroom in the house.

“I demolished the room after an order had been issued to me by the Israeli occupation court stipulating that it must be demolished before the start of the next month,” he said. He added: “I demolished it with my hands to avoid paying over NIS 65,000 ($17,000) if the Israeli bulldozers demolished it.” Qara’een explained his feelings after demolishing his house: “It is the most difficult situation when someone demolishes his own house which he built it with his own hands.” >>>


 


26.07.16 - 27.07.16. - ISRAEL's illegal military occupation strikes again in Palestinian territories! Last night in north Hebron, Surif village, one young Palestinian man was murdered-Muhammad Faqih, 5 injured, others including his mother arrested! Israel conducted a typical, full on military assault style attack on his family home using anti-tank missiles. The house was literally destroyed and then bulldozed!

Israel ALLEGES, Farqih was involved in a drive by shooting on July 1 which killed an Israeli settler and injured his family members. The Israeli murdered settler himself was infamous and deeply hated in those parts for his extreme racist, aggressive behaviour towards Palestinians!

This is just another example of ISRAELI INJUSTICE and more REVENGE KILLING and COLLECTIVE PUNISHMENT against Palestinians! There is NO DUE PROCESS OF LAW for Palestinians.. Israel makes identity mistakes all the time! Hebron is under serious attack and pressure and incitement from Israel! Why does the world accept this situation??? ‪#‎freepalestine‬ ‪#‎endisraelioccupation‬ ‪#‎apartheid‬ ‪#‎cnn‬ ‪#‎bbc‬ ‪#‎guardian‬ ‪#‎huffingtonpost‬ ‪#‎BDS‬ >>>

 



 Images from the house where Palestinian martyr Mohammed Faqih, was killed by Zionist Occupation
when they bombed and demolished the house, after surrounding it, in the town of Surif, north of Occupied Hebron. They also arrested two other Palestinian men.

 


The effects of the devastation left by the Israeli Occupation 'forces' after storming the home of captive Youssef Ghaith, in the city of Hebron.

 

 

Collective Punishment..
Family home of Mohammed Alehih, 21 (they shot in the head 10/2015) that Israeli Occupation demolished in the besieged Surif town in Occupied Hebron last night

 


What the economic boycott of Israel can achieve - Nada Elia - A recent OpEd in +972 Magazine claims that an economic boycott of Israel is bound to fail, and goes on to discuss the reasons why that is. Comparing apartheid-era South Africa to present-day Israel (which should one day also be referred to as “apartheid-era Israel”) the author, Yonathan Mizrachi, explains that Western and industrialized countries in the 1990s (during the anti-South African apartheid boycott) made up 62% of the world economy, but that this percentage has now dwindled to 38.8%, and thus, “economically speaking, a boycott by Western states would be less effective today than in the past.”

The operative expression in Mizrachi’s analysis is “economically speaking.” And in that respect, many Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) organizers agree with him. Most of us are fully aware that we can boycott every single consumer product available in every single store in the United States, and that it would still not make a dent in Israel’s economy. If it did make a significant dent, the US would probably increase its aid package to Israel even more. >>>

A Knesset Without Arabs - Eman Elshaikh - On Wednesday July 20, Israel’s Knesset passed an “Expulsion Law,” which allows members of the legislative body to unseat elected representatives by a three-fourths majority vote. This might not seem unusual; many governments have measures in place for impeaching delinquent members. But, as journalist Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man wrote for 972 magazine, “those countries don’t have rich histories of trying to ban politicians of one ethnic group.”

Israel, on the other hand, has an incredibly rich history of persecuting Palestine’s political leadership. And this new law is an unusually useful instrument in accomplishing this.

The new law permits seventy out of 120 members to call for a parliamentary committee to look into whether particular Knesset members are involved in inciting racism, violence, or treason against the State of Israel. Subsequently, those parliamentarians who are found to be “guilty” of these charges by 90 members of the legislating body may be expelled.

How is guilt determined? That is not entirely clear, as there is no specific set of provisions in the law designed to ensure transparency or due process. Another strange feature of the law is that it at first seems somewhat redundant. This is because under current Israeli law, >>>

Nazi Resister Returns Holocaust Medal to Israel After Losing Relatives in Gaza

Veröffentlicht am 19.08.2014  - http://www.democracynow.org - A 91-year-old man honored by Israel for saving a Jewish life during the Nazi Holocaust has returned his medal in protest of the Gaza assault. Henk Zanoli was given Israel’s Righteous Among the Nations award for his actions under Nazi occupation in Amsterdam. In 1943, Zanoli smuggled out a Jewish boy and helped hide him in his home for two years, despite Nazi suspicion he and his family backed the resistance. Zanoli’s father was executed in a concentration camp and his brother-in-law executed as a resistance fighter. But last week, Zanoli returned his medal to the Israeli Embassy in The Hague, saying that Israeli bombings of Gaza had killed six of his relatives. His grandniece is married to a Palestinian man who lost three brothers, a sister-in-law, a nephew and his father’s first wife in a bombing of their home last month.

Zanoli writes: "For me to hold on to the honor granted to me by the State of Israel under these circumstances, would be an insult … to those in my family, four generations on, who lost no less than six of their relatives in Gaza." Zanoli added: "The actions of your state in Gaza these days have already resulted in serious accusations of war crimes and crimes against humanity. … It would be of no surprise to me that these accusations could lead to possible convictions if true and unpoliticized justice is able to have its course. What happened to our kin in Gaza will no doubt be brought to the table at such a time as well." >>>

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