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Sonntag, 01. Mai 2016 - 11:33



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In Zusammenarbeit mit Inga Gelsdorf habe ich eine neue Karte entworfen. Es kann frei über sie verfügt werden.

Karten zum Nahostkonflikt Palästina - Israel >>>
 

Der israelische Politologe und Faschismusforscher Prof. Zeev Sternhell hat sich in einem in der israelischen Zeitung HAARETZ veröffentlichten Interview über Anzeichen für einen in Israel heraufziehenden Faschismus geäußert.

Der mit dem Israel-Preis ausgezeichnete berühmte Politologe und Faschismusforscher Zeev Sternhell fürchtet den Zusammenbruch der israelischen Demokratie und vergleicht die gegenwärtige Atmosphäre in Israel mit der, die in den 1940er Jahren in Frankreich geherrscht hat. Die Zeit, die bleibe um diese furchterregende Tendenz umzukehren, laufe ab, warnt er. - Gidi Weitz - pdf

Im September 2008 wollte Prof. Zeev Sternhell um 1 Uhr nachts durch die Eingangstür den Innenhof seines Hauses in der Agnon-Straße in Jerusalem betreten. Als er die Türklinke drückte, erschütterte eine heftige Explosion das Gebäude. Sternhell, der ein paar Monate vorher mit dem Israel-Preis für Politikwissenschaft geehrt worden war (s. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel-Preis ), wurde durch die in einer Topfpflanze verborgene Bombe nur leicht verletzt.

Ein Jahr später nahm die Polizei den Attentäter fest: Es war Yaakov [Jack] Teitel, ein Siedler aus dem Westjordanland. Teitel hatte auch schon als Informant für die jüdische Abteilung des Inlandsgeheimdienstes Schin Bet (s. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schin_Bet ) gearbeitet. In seiner Vernehmung stellte sich heraus, dass er bereits zwei Palästinenser ermordet hatte. >>>

Foreign Policy Shift: Skepticism of German-Israeli Friendship Growing in Berlin - Ralf Neukirch and Christoph Schult - Top Berlin officials are becoming less inclined to unconditionally support Israel. With the two-state solution increasingly unlikely, there is concern that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is "instrumentalizing" Germany's friendship.

By now, Angela Merkel is used to it. Whenever she meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the confidential content of their discussion appears in an Israeli newspaper a few days later.

But the story that appeared in Israel Hayom, a free, pro-Netanyahu newspaper on Feb. 16 surprised even the German chancellor. "Merkel: This Isn't the Time for Two States," was the headline. That was the chancellor's message to Netanyahu, the paper claimed, during the German-Israeli government consultations that had just taken place in Berlin.

Merkel's advisors were furious. The Israeli premier had apparently twisted her words to such a degree that it seemed as though she were supporting his policies. In fact, though, Merkel had repeatedly made it clear to Netanyahu that she believes the effects of Israeli settlement construction in the occupied territories are disastrous. The settlement policy, she believes, makes it unlikely that a viable Palestinian state can be established in accordance with plans aimed at a two-state solution. Any other approach, Merkel and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier are convinced, would ultimately transform Israel into an apartheid regime. Netanyahu, however, has not shown himself to be the least bit impressed by such arguments.

The Israeli prime minister has always been able to depend on Berlin ultimately standing together with Israel and not joining the country's most vocal critics. But many, particularly in the Berlin Foreign Ministry, have begun wondering if Germany sent the wrong signals in the past. An >>>

Interview mit Michael Chabon über Besatzung, Ungerechtigkeit und Literature – nach einem Besuch der West Bank von Naomi Zeveloff ( The Forward*) 24. April 2016 (gekürzt) - Der Author Michael Chabon war auf einer Tour durch Hebron in der West Bank, als er einen unerwarteten Verehrer in einer Gruppe israelischer Soldaten, die Dienst in der geteilten Stadt hatten, traf.

“Ich habe Ihre Bücher gelesen,” sagte ein junger Soldat, der den Pulitzerpreisträger, Autor von „Die unglaublichen Abenteuer von Kavalier & Clay“ , erkannte. Ansonsten waren Verehrer an diesem Tag dünn gesät: Jüdische Siedler verfolgten und belästigten Chabons Gruppe, und erzählten den Teilnehmern, dass ihnen ihr Führer Lügen erzähle, als er über die Einschränkungen palästinensischen Lebens in der West Bank Stadt berichtete. Tatsächlich gehörte der Soldat, der Chabons Bücher gelesen hatte, zu einer Gruppe, die Chabons Tour durch die Stadt folgte, angeblich, um zu verhindern, dass die Konfrontationen mit den Siedlern eskalierten. Chabon dankte den Soldaten, nachdem ihn einer erkannt hatte.

​Siedler, die meinten, die Tour sei voreingenommen und unrichtig, verfolgten die Gruppe - Chabons Tour durch die West Bank wurde von Breaking the Silence organisiert. Die umstrittene israelische Gruppe sammelt und verbreitet Aussagen, die israelische Soldaten über ihren Dienst in den Besetzten Gebieten machen.

Chabon gehört, zusammen mit seiner Frau Ayelet Waldmann, zu einer Gruppe von 24 führenden Autoren, die in den nächsten Wochen Ost-Jerusalem, die West Bank und Gaza besuchen werden, um Hintergrundforschung für eine Essaysammlung zu betreiben. Diese Essays sollen anlässlich des 50jährigen Bestehens der israelischen Besatzung veröffentlicht werden. Das Paar wird das Buch, das das Ziel hat, zu illustrieren, was es heißt, unter israelischer Militärverwaltung zu leben >>>

No. 361: Sagt nicht, wir hätten es nicht gewusst - Amos‘ News - Nachdem 1986 Reste einer alten Synagoge in den palästinensischen Dorf Sussya in den Bergen von Hebron gefunden worden war, evakuierte und zerstörte die IDF das Dorf. Die Bewohner siedelten erneut auf ihrem Ackerland in der Nähe, wo die IDF ihre Häuser erneut zerstörte, weil sie illegal‘ gebaut worden waren.

Ein den Dorfbewohnern gehörender Olivenhain befindet sich in der Nähe der Ausgrabungsstätte, die auf dem Areal des zerstörten Dorfes errichtet worden ist. Vor einem Jahr pflanzten die Dorfbewohner weitere 200 Olivenbäume in einem Teil des Hains der weit von der Ausgrabungsstätte entfernt liegt. Am Dienstag, 23.4.2013 kamen IDF Soldaten und rissen die neu gepflanzten Bäumchen wieder heraus. Ein Sicherheitsrisiko, wisst Ihr…… >>>

Debunking the Zionist “hi-tech” propaganda - 21. 4. 2016 - One of the zionist major tools to face the growing BDS is to portray “israel” as a modern industrial country that the world “cant live without their genius products”. They try to beautify the Zionist achievements in technology and especially in the hi-tech industries and to promote the Intel, Microsoft, Siemens and other products as theirs, and that every computer has an “ israeeli” component within it.

This is crucial for the Zionist simply because their economy depends precisely on this. Most of the Hi-tech companies operating in “israel” are western companies that if they withdraw it will mean the collapse of the Zionist “inventive mind” of high-tech, and this would deprive them from one of their major prides using the modern Western inventions attributing it to them and their “genius jewish mind”.

Following the history of creating “Israel” one can easily see that it is a parasite nation that lives on the effort of others nations:

First, it was Britain that promised them Palestine and toiled for 30 years starting from the Balfour Declaration up to the announcement of the de facto Zionist jewish state in 1947. It was the British money, the British military occupation of Palestine and the British facilitation to creat “Israel” on the rubble of the systematically devastated Palestinian socio-economic structure for thirty years culminating in the ethnic cleansing of Palestine by the British-built Zionist terrorist army in 1948. >>>

Criticism of Israel is not anti-Semitism - Hundreds of academics call on the U.S. State Department to revise its definition of anti-Semitism, to respect criticism of Israel as protected speech. An open letter signed by over 250 members of the Jewish Voice for Peace Academic Advisory Council asks the U.S. State Department to revise its definition of anti-Semitism in order to prevent the charge of anti-Semitism from being misused to silence critics of Israel.

In light of recent high-profile stories that have conflated the debates over Israel politics on campus with reports of rising anti-Semitism, the letter asserts the crucial need to distinguish criticism of the state of Israel from real anti-Semitism.

In particular, the letter takes issue with provisions in the U.S. State Department definition of anti-Semitism that refer to “demonizing,” “delegitimizing,” and “applying a double-standard to the state of Israel.” As Simona Sharoni, an Israeli-American professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at SUNY Plattsburgh, noted

Such prohibitions are so vague that they could be, and have been, construed to silence any criticism of Israeli policies.

According to Palestine Solidarity Legal Support, which documents attempts to silence activists for Palestinian rights, 60 such incidents have taken place on U.S. campuses in the first four months of 2015.

Currently, legislation that may pass through the California State Legislature this week also aims to codify the problematic State Department definition into law. Anti-Palestinian activists intend this law to be used to silence supporters of the movement to hold Israel accountable for its treatment of Palestinians. >>>

Israel’s Dangerous New Transfer Tactic in Jerusalem - Munir Nuseibah - Ultra-nationalist Israelis wave their national flags during the "flag march" through Damascus Gate in east Jerusalem on May 28, 2014 as the country celebrates the anniversary of its capture in the 1967 Six-Day War. Fearing clashes, police closed the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound to visitors and in Jerusalem Day speeches Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to never allow the city to be divided.

Israel is adept at creating new Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons, taking advantage of every opportunity to do so and exploiting temporary crises to promote permanent measures. Today, it is using the recent violence in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) to introduce a dangerous new twist to its long-standing residency revocation policy to force Palestinians out of East Jerusalem.

This new concept –"breach of allegiance" to the state of Israel – is now being used to revoke the residency of Palestinian Jerusalemites, in addition to possible demolition of their family homes. The Israeli government is describing these actions as regular law enforcement measures, but analysis shows that they are part of its ongoing policies of forced displacement, with the aim of making long-term demographic changes and maintaining an overwhelming Jewish majority in Jerusalem.

The Israeli legal system and the military establishment have, since 1948, used several methods to minimize the number >>>

Palestine in Israeli School Books: Nurit Peled-Elhanan  >>>


 

Alternate Focus interviews Nurit Peled-Elhanan, author of the forthcoming book Palestine in Israeli School Books: Ideology and Propaganda in Education. Nurit Peled-Elhanan argues that the textbooks used in the school system are laced with a pro-Israel ideology, and that they play a part in priming Israeli children for military service. She analyzes the presentation of images, maps, layouts and use of language in History, Geography and Civic Studies textbooks, and reveals how the books might be seen to marginalize Palestinians, legitimize Israeli military action and reinforce Jewish-Israeli territorial identity. >>>
 

 Palestine in Israeli School Books - Rezension von Dr. Ludwig Watzal >>>

For most Israelis, Palestinian lives don't matter - Mairav Zonszein - A 24-year-old Palestinian and her teenage brother were shot and killed by Israeli troops after allegedly trying to stab Border Police officers. The police’s version of the events doesn’t add up, but nobody in Israel, including the media, feels the need to ask questions.

The facts are still unclear, in fact very unclear: the exact number of knives found, the number of bullets shot, the number of meters distance, why exactly they were there. But even if we accept Israel Police’s highly terse account of the events, we are still left with a bottom line: Two Palestinians, Maram Salih Hassan Abu Ismail, 24, and her younger brother Ibrahim Salah Taha, 16, were shot and killed on the spot by Israeli forces at the Qalandiya checkpoint on Wednesday, while posing no immediate threat to anyone. Even if we accept the police version that the woman attempted to stab them, there is still no justification for shooting the teenager, who the police themselves claim was not brandishing a weapon or close enough to present a threat.

We also know that Israeli mainstream media barely covered the story, didn’t send any reporters to gather eyewitness testimonies and didn’t speak to any Palestinians. A Haaretz report mentions that Palestinians claim that “Israeli forces fired numerous bullets at the two and prevented medics from treating them.” Of course, whether and when medics were able to treat the victims shouldn’t be a matter of Palestinian claims. There are plenty of cameras at what is the busiest checkpoint in the West Bank, there is video footage, probably from several angles. The footage should clarify this, and other aspects that are not a matter of opinion. But Israel Police has not yet released any footage. According to a report in Local Call, police have in the past been quick to release video footage – when it corroborates their version of the events. >>>

Beinart’s Jewish double-bind: Support oppression or you’re out of the family - Peter Feld - Even when he’s serving up a soul-crushing ultimatum, you have to give Peter Beinart some credit. By comparing Israel to “your violent, drug-addicted brother,” but saying that if you call the cops– i.e., support Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)– to “make them change their destructive and self-destructive behavior” you are putting your “personal morality” ahead of family loyalty, he’s enraged Israel defenders and anti-Zionists alike. In this way, he becomes the personification of the untenable situation he writes about.

“When you boycott Israel, or reject the ideology on which it was founded [my emphasis], you are estranging yourself from much of the Jewish world” runs a pull-quote from Beinart’s Haaretz piece.

On social media, the paper’s slug and headline is: “For Jewish BDS supporters, personal morality trumps Jewish solidarity.” Those words were likely not of his choosing but they crystallize the implicit threat of ostracism and accusation of treason.

The ideology on which Israel was founded assigned Jews the goal of a nationalist state on Palestinian land. Palestinians were erased from all the founders’ early visions: Theodor Herzl wrote about Jewish policemen arresting Jewish sex workers, while Chaim Weizmann told the 1919 Paris peace conference he envisioned a state that would be “as Jewish as England is English.” >>>

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