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Montag, 20. Februar 2017 - 13:14

Damaskus: IS bringt Palästinenserlager Yarmouk unter Kontrolle - Mitglieder der Terrormiliz hatten Kämpfer von rivalisierender Al-Nusra-Front aus palästinenischem Flüchtlinglager vertrieben

Die Jihadistenmiliz "Islamischer Staat" (IS) hat nach palästinensischen Angaben den Großteil des palästinensischen Lagers Yarmouk im Süden der syrischen Hauptstadt Damaskus erobert. Bis zum Dienstag habe der IS seinen einstigen Verbündeten, den Al-Kaida-Ableger al-Nusra, aus 60 Prozent des Lagers vertrieben, sagte ein Vertreter der Palästinensischen Befreiungsorganisation PLO.

Die Kämpfe hätten am Freitag begonnen, ein Teil der Al-Nusra-Kämpfer sei zum IS übergelaufen, so der PLO-Vetreter zur Nachrichtenagentur AFP. Bei den Kämpfen seien zahlreiche Al-Nusra-Kämpfer getötet worden sowie mindestens drei Zivilisten. Nach Angaben der Syrischen Beobachtungsstelle für Menschenrechte – die nicht unabhängig überprüft werden können – dauerten die Kämpfe am Dienstag an. Der IS selbst verkündete über seine Nachrichtenagentur Aamak, er habe den Großteil Yarmouks unter seine Kontrolle gebracht.

Bis zum Beginn des Bürgerkriegs lebten 160.000 Menschen in Yarmouk, heute sind es nur noch rund 6.000 Zivilisten. >>>

Israel droht deutschen Banken, die BDS-Gruppen Dienstleistungen anbieten, mit Sanktionen - 11.04.2016 - Der israelische Minister für Sicherheit, Gilad Erdan, drohte mehreren deutschen Bankinstituten mit Sanktionen, wenn sie Aktivisten der BDS-Bewegung Dienstleistungen anbieten. "Wir fordern weiterhin alle Finanzinstitutionen dringend auf, sorgfältig die möglichen rechtlichen Konsequenzen und die Konsequenzen für ihren Ruf und ihre Ethik zu bedenken, wenn sie Aktivitäten von BDS-Gruppen (finanziell) ermöglichen", versicherte Erdan am Freitag in einem E-Mail an die israelische Tageszeitung Jerusalem Post.  

Erdan bezeichnete die Gruppen, die die BDS-Kampagne weltweit unterstützen, als "antisemitisch und antidemokratisch". BDS ist eine internationale Bewegung, die ein Ende der israelischen Besatzung von Palästina, die Gleichberechtigung der arabisch-israelischen Bürger Israels und das Rückkehrrecht für die palästinensischen Flüchtlinge fordert.

Die Jerusalem Post hat die Ergebnisse einer kürzlich von ihr durchgeführten Untersuchung veröffentlicht, in der sie angibt, dass wichtige Netze von BDS-Gruppen Bankinstitute in Deutschland benutzt hätten, um vermutlich der israelischen Wirtschaft zu schaden. Die israelische Zeitung behauptet außerdem, dass die Commerzbank, die zweitgrößte Bank Deutschlands, einer BDS-Webseite und -Zeitschrift - die, wie sie behauptet, danach trachten Israel "zu zerstören" - ein Konto zur Verfügung stellt.

Der Sprecher der Commerzbank, Gunnar Meyer, hat alle Anschuldigungen zurückgewiesen und "ausdrücklich" darauf hingewiesen, dass seine Bank "den Leitlinien für Handeln und Regelungen" in Bezug auf Bankkonten "beigetreten" ist. Die Banken von Baden-Württemberg  und das deutsche Volks-Bankensystem Sparkasse gehören zu weiteren deutschen Wirtschafts-Institutionen, die von der israelischen Regierung Embargo-Drohungen erhalten. Erdan behauptete, diese Körperschaften stünden in enger Verbindung mit Aktivitäten von BDS-Gruppen in verschiedenen deutschen Bundesländern.

Die internationale BDS-Kampagne, die sich weltweit immer mehr ausbreitet, ist eine kollektive Reaktion auf den Genozid, die Apartheid und die Menschenrechtsverletzungen, die Israel in den letzten Jahrzehnten an palästinensischen Zivilpersonen verübt hat. Israel habe allein im Jahr 2015 wegen BDS 31 Millionen Dollar verloren, hat Ende März der Generalsekretär der Initiative National Palestine, Mustafa Barghouti, gemeldet. Wegen der enormen Schäden, die diese Kampagne der Wirtschaft und dem Image des Regimes zugefügt hat, ergreifen israelische Funktionäre Maßnahmen zum Ausbremsen der BDS-Bewegung. Am vergangenen 28. März haben verantwortliche israelische Politiker, Militär-angehörige und Journalisten an der Konferenz "Stoppt BDS" in Jerusalem teilgenommen und über Wege gesprochen, den wachsenden Vormarsch der Bewegung aufzuhalten.

In seinem Statement bei der Konferenz hat Israel Katz, israelischer Geheimdienstminister, "selektive Tötungen" von Aktivisten, die BDS unterstützen,  mit Hilfe des israelischen Geheimdienstes gefordert. Einen großen Sieg der BDS-Beweung stellt die Entscheidung des UN-Menschenrechtsrates dar, eine schwarze Liste mit den israelischen und internationalen Unternehmen aufzustellen, die direkt oder indirekt in den illegalen israelischen Siedlungen operieren. Dazu kommt die Entscheidung der EU vom September 2015, Produkte aus den israelischen Siedlungen zu kennzeichnen. Diese Entscheidungen haben in Israel große Irritationen ausgelöst.  Quelle            Übersetzung: K. Nebauer 


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Sollte Deutschland den Staat Palästina anerkennen? - Die Grafik zeigt das Ergebnis einer Umfrage zur Anerkennung des Staates Palästina durch Deutschland. 65 Prozent der befragten Personen waren der Meinung, dass Deutschland den Staat Palästina anerkennen sollte.  >>>

Brutal, ugly & illegal: 9 things you need to know about the Israeli occupation of Palestine - The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement is gaining new ground by the day. Here's why - David Palumbo-Liu

As this story goes to press, the American Anthropological Association is voting on an academic boycott resolution in solidarity with the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement. If it passes the resolution, it will become the largest academic association in the world to do so, joining dozens of professional academic organizations, unions, and student unions in the United States and Europe. The AAA boycott resolution has now also just received an endorsement from twenty-two Israeli anthropologists, whose letter reads in part:

“We agree that we have reached a crisis point, where under certain international conditions, another mass expulsion of Palestinians could occur—or worse… We believe it is possible to take a positive stand against this reality. The Palestinian call for BDS is at its core an anti-colonial, non-violent form of international protest against an enormously violent occupation.”

The Occupation is at the forefront of the U.S. political scene as well, even when politicians dance around the issue. Recently, four candidates for president, including Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, made it a point to voice their ardent support for Israel at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) convention. The title of an article in Haaretz says it all: “The Candidates at AIPAC: Pandering by Numbers: Clinton or Trump? What does it matter? The AIPAC conference was Benjamin Netanyahu’s victory lap.” The article summarizes the sorry spectacle thusly: >>>

European call: Stop the criminalisation of the BDS movement for justice in Palestine!

Stop the criminalisation of the BDS movement for justice in Palestine

Support grassroots human rights activists across Europe!

As Israel is increasingly unable to defend its regime of apartheid and settler colonialism over the Palestinian people and its regular massacres of Palestinians in Gaza, it is seeking supportive governments in Europe and the US to undermine free speech as a way of shielding it from criticism and measures aimed at holding it to account for its gross violations of international law. There is a very coordinated and well-financed campaign led by Israel and its supporters aiming to criminalise political activism against Israeli occupation, based on the particular fear that the worldwide Palestinian-led campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) is succeeding.

At the moment, one of the most significant attacks on the movement is taking place in France. On Sunday the 6th of March, in Paris, a woman demonstrating to defend the rights of women was arrested and held for several hours in a police station. Her crime? Wearing a t-shirt on which was written “Boycott Israel Apartheid – Justice in Palestine”. BDS activists throughout the country face legal retaliation, based on the outrageous so-called “Alliot-Marie Circular”, according to which calling for the boycott of Israeli goods is a form of “racial hatred”. Organisations in France have put together petitions1 contesting this attack on the movement.

On the other side of the Channel, the British government is implementing a new set of rules that will make it harder for local councils and other public bodies including universities to make ethical procurement or investment decisions. Prime Minister David Cameron does not even try to conceal the truth and made very clear that these changes are designed to counter the growing BDS movement. Indeed, his Secretary of State for Justice, Michael Gove, has stated that the BDS movement is committing “a crime worse than apartheid”.

All over Europe, non-violent grassroots human rights activists are under threat.

In addition Israeli Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz said at a large Israeli anti-BDS conference, held on March 28 in Jerusalem, that Israel should engage in “targeted civil eliminations” of BDS « leaders » with the help of Israeli intelligence. That was at the very same conference at which EU Ambassador to Israel was participating alongside settler leaders. It is seriously alarming when government ministers anywhere make such threats against human rights defenders and members of the public.

- See more at: http://www.eccpalestine.org/european-call-stop-the-criminalisation-of-the-bds-movement-for-justice-in-palestine/#sthash.o5uQKcbR.dpuf

European call: Stop the criminalisation of the BDS movement for justice in Palestine! - Support grassroots human rights activists across Europe!

As Israel is increasingly unable to defend its regime of apartheid and settler colonialism over the Palestinian people and its regular massacres of Palestinians in Gaza, it is seeking supportive governments in Europe and the US to undermine free speech as a way of shielding it from criticism and measures aimed at holding it to account for its gross violations of international law. There is a very coordinated and well-financed campaign led by Israel and its supporters aiming to criminalise political activism against Israeli occupation, based on the particular fear that the worldwide Palestinian-led campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) is succeeding.

At the moment, one of the most significant attacks on the movement is taking place in France. On Sunday the 6th of March, in Paris, a woman demonstrating to defend the rights of women was arrested and held for several hours in a police station. Her crime? Wearing a t-shirt on which was written “Boycott Israel Apartheid – Justice in Palestine”. BDS activists throughout the country face legal retaliation, based on the outrageous so-called “Alliot-Marie Circular”, according to which calling for the boycott of Israeli goods is a form of “racial hatred”. Organisations in France have put together petitions1 contesting this attack on the movement.

On the other side of the Channel, the British government is implementing a new set of rules that will make it harder for local councils and other public bodies including universities to make ethical procurement or investment decisions. Prime Minister David Cameron does not even try to conceal the truth and made very clear that these changes are designed to counter the growing BDS movement. Indeed, his Secretary of State for Justice, Michael Gove, has stated that the BDS movement is committing “a crime worse than apartheid”.

All over Europe, non-violent grassroots human rights activists are under threat.

In addition Israeli Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz said at a large Israeli anti-BDS conference, held on March 28 in Jerusalem, that Israel should engage in “targeted civil eliminations” of BDS « leaders » with the help of Israeli intelligence. That was at the very same conference at which EU Ambassador to Israel was participating alongside settler leaders. It is seriously alarming when government ministers anywhere make such threats against human rights defenders and members of the public. >>>

As threats against BDS grow, it is time for ‘sumoud’ in activist communities - Nada Elia - The attacks on BDS, and BDS organizers, are intensifying globally. “The BDS organizations will have no rest,” warned Gilad Erdan at the recent “Stop BDS” conference in Occupied Jerusalem.

One of the better-known BDS organizers, Omar Barghouti, has been directly named as a target of “civil assassination.”

At best, this “civil assassination” would be a smear campaign. But of course we know better than to believe Israel will do little more than character assassination. Israel has historically assassinated politically-active civilians such as Ghassan Kanafani, who would have turned 80 this month (April 8) had he not been killed in a booby-trapped car at the age of 36. Kanafani was killed as he entered his car in Beirut in 1972. This month is also the anniversary of the assassination of Kamal Nasser, a poet and advocate of non-violence, who was killed on April 9, 1973. Other civilians include translators, lawyers, and scientists. The list is long, as Eyal Weizman observes that “targeted assassinations have become the most significant and frequent form of Israeli military attack” in areas it does not control directly.

These are not “character assassinations,” the targeted individuals were murdered, sometimes with friends and family. Of course, character assassinations, or at least the attempt at such, also abound. Israel has taken a very broad brush and colored everyone critical of its official policies as anti-Semitic. In light of Israel’s blood-soaked record, the recent threats directed at Barghouti, and other unnamed BDS organizers and activists, should not be taken lightly. We are already maligned, attempts at silencing us have failed, and Israel is getting desperate. >>>

Human Rights Watch report says Palestinian children beaten, kicked while in Israeli custody -  Sophie McNeill - A new Human Rights Watch report accuses Israeli police of abusing Palestinian children in their custody, with claims unnecessary force is being used to arrest and detain children.

It comes as Israeli authorities announced a 12-year-old Palestinian girl — believed to be the youngest female prisoner ever incarcerated by Israel — would be released from prison early.

Human Rights Watch said Israeli security forces were using unnecessary force in arresting and detaining children, in some cases beating them, and holding them in unsafe and abusive conditions. >>>

 


World Report 2016: ‘Politics of Fear’ Threatens Rights - In the 659-page World Report 2016, its 26th edition, Human Rights Watch reviews human rights practices in more than 90 countries. In his introductory essay, Executive Director Kenneth Roth writes that the spread of terrorist attacks beyond the Middle East and the huge flows of refugees spawned by repression and conflict led many governments to curtail rights in misguided efforts to protect their security. At the same time, authoritarian governments throughout the world, fearful of peaceful dissent that is often magnified by social media, embarked on the most intense crackdown on independent groups in recent times. >>>

VIDEO & PHOTOS: Car Bomb Kills Senior Palestinian Fatah Member in Lebanon - Car Bomb Kills Senior Fatah Member in Lebanon: Report Car Bomb Kills Senior Fatah Member in Lebanon: Report A car bomb goes off near a Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanese port city of Sidon, killing at least one person and injuring two others. The man was identified as Fathi Zaydan, who headed the Palestinian Fatah movement in the Miye Miye Palestinian refugee camp near Sidon.

A Fatah official said the man was killed by a bomb placed under his vehicle. >>>

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