Israeli troops manhandle EU diplomats delivering aid to Palestinians

Israeli occupation Forces troops manhandle EU diplomats (including French, UK diplomats). What are you gonna do M. HOLLANDE, M. CAMERON ?

Projet sioniste : La reconstruction du Troisième Temple de Jérusalem

Un projet méssianique en passe de s’accomplir ?

Des juifs ultra-religieux se preparent à reconstruire le troisième Temple de Jérusalem sur les décombres de la mosquée Al-Aqsa, pour la venue de leur « messie ».

Source: Joe Lecorbeau

Meshaal: Hamas May Be Open to Negotiations, despite…

Khaled Meshal, the traitor

Head of Palestinian Hamas political bureau Khaled Meshal said that the movement will be open in principle to negotiations with the Zionist entity, even though the facts on the ground today make such talk pointless, western media quoted Meshaal as saying on Tuesday.

Speaking to the American Foreign Policy news magazine, Meshaal said the most important condition for negotiation to succeed is the balance of power, because without [it]… no peace can be achieved, arguing that an attempt to engage the Zionists diplomatically without proper leverage meant negotiations “would be turned to begging, begging for the rights of our people.”

While considering the armed resistance as an essential element, Meshaal confirmed it is a means and does not represent the goal, adding that the popular resistance has other options through diplomacy, media and charging the enemy in the legal arena to pay for his crimes.

During the interview that conducted after electing him for the political bureau of Hamas, Meshaal expressed support for peaceful means adopted by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, noting that the blame for the failure to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian dispute does not lie with the Palestinians.

“Israel is the one responsible. Israel occupies the lands … they are practicing the worst kind of killing,” he said. Continue reading

Mechaal est prêt à discuter avec Israël

Khaled Mechaal, le traitre

Le chef du bureau politique du Hamas Khaled Mechaal a déclaré que « les différends avec le mouvement Fatah au sujet des moyens disponibles pour lutter contre Israël s’amoindrissent de plus en plus ».

Selon lui, « la résistance armée est une partie intégrante des principes du mouvement », se disant  être en faveur des moyens pacifiques adoptés par le président palestinien Mahmoud Abbas.

Mechaal est allé plus loin en affirmant que « le Hamas sera ouvert en principe aux négociations avec Israël bien que les réalités sur le terrain rendent ces pourparlers inefficaces ».

Source: Al Manar

[EXCLUSIF] Syrie (Incroyable mais vrai): Israël et le…Hamas combattent le Gouvernement syrien

J’essaie de me pincer pour ne pas croire à cette information. Je refuse même de croire à celle-ci mais, c’est prouvée, irréfragable, vérifiée et donc réelle et authentique. Depuis que le Qatar a réussi à retourner le Hamas contre le seul pays arabe qui le protégeait à savoir la Syrie, rien d’étonnant. Khaled Mechaal coule désormais des jours heureux à Doha, au Qatar, en jouant au ping-pong, tout en acceptant la fin de la Palestine instituée par le Qatar, allié d’Israël.

Lors du passage de l’émir du Qatar à Gaza, aussi bizarre que ça puisse paraître, Israël n’avait pas réagi. Les prémices d’un accord ? Mahmoud Abbas avait raison de douter de la sincérité de ce voyage. Les Etats-Unis n’avaient pas fait de commentaire. L’émir avait apporté de l’argent et…recruté des mercenaires pour la Syrie. Un fait assez étonnant cette coalition Israël-Hamas pour détruire la Syrie mais, plus rien de surprenant dans ce bas monde…

Venons en au fait. Lors d’un ratissage de l’armée arabe syrienne dans les domaines de Arjun et Daba, à Homs, elle est tombée sur des  soldats du Hamas qui combattaient auprès des terroristes qui sévissent en Syrie. Spécialistes en guérilla, y compris la mise en œuvre d’embuscades antichars, de constructions de tunnels et fortifications qu’ils ont expérimenté pour lutter contre Tsahal, lutte abandonnée pour combattre Bachar al-Assad, on comprend enfin beaucoup de choses.

Les guerriers du Hamas capturés étaient en possession d’un matériel de communication très sophistiqué. Finalement, la Syrie a nourri un serpent qui est prêt, aujourd’hui, à le mordre, parce les pétro-dollars du Qatar sont passés par là… Mammon est-il plus fort que tout, même la rectitude morale ? Triste monde !

Source: Allain Jules

Le Hamas disperse un rassemblement pro-syrien à Gaza

La police du Hamas a dispersé mardi, à Khanyounis, ville du sud de Gaza, des Palestiniens qui se sont rassemblés pour protester contre les récentes attaques israéliennes contre la Syrie.

La manifestation, non autorisée, a été organisée par le Front populaire pour la libération de la Palestine (FPLP). Selon des témoins, plusieurs manifestants ont été battus et quatre journalistes arrêtés par la police du Hamas.

Les manifestants, brandissant des drapeaux palestiniens et syriens, ont scandé des slogans rejetant “toute agression israélienne contre toute capitale arabe”.

Le Hamas a maintenu sa direction suprême à Damas pendant plusieurs années, avant de la déménger vers Doha au Qatar, à cause du conflit syrien, qui a éclaté en 2011.

Source: Maghreb émergent



By Itamar Fleishman, ynetNws

Ministry launches ‘Palestinians only’ buses
Transportation Ministry sets up designated bus lines for Palestinian passengers in West Bank; insists lines are for general public, but only Palestinian villages have been advised of their existence

Racial segregation or transportation mitigation? The Transportation Ministry announced that starting Sunday it will begin operating designated lines for Palestinians in the West Bank.

The bus lines in question are meant, according to the ministry, to transport Palestinian workers from the West Bank to central Israel. The ministry alleges that the move is meant to ease the congestion felt on bus lines used by Jews in the same areas, but several bus drivers told Ynet that Palestinians who will choose to travel on the so-called “mixed” lines, will be asked to leave them.

The volatile nature of the decision was not lost on the driver: “Obviously, everyone will start screaming ‘apartheid’ and ‘racism’ now. This really doesn’t feel right, and maybe (the ministry) should find a different solution, but the situation right now is impossible.”

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Israeli Gaza Airstrikes Violated Laws of War

drawing by Zeon

By Stephen LENDMAN

Human Rights Watch (HRW) said so. Rarely does HRW do the right thing. Exceptions prove the rule. Most often it’s a reliable imperial partner.

Connections in high places and corporate funding keep it that way. Services rendered in return are expected. Conflicts of interest are rife.

HRW and likeminded sources followers rely on operate like their scoundrel media counterparts. They do it deceptively. They produce one-sided or quasi-real reports on issues mattering most.

Exceptions occur. Even then they fall far short. On February 12, HRW headlined “Israel: Gaza Airstrikes Violated Laws of War.” More on its report below.

International laws of war are clear. They unambiguous. UN Charter provisions explain under what conditions attacking another nation is justified. No others apply.

Article 2(3) and Article 33(1) require peaceful settlement of international disputes. Article 2(4) prohibits force or its threatened use.

Article 51 allows the “right of individual or collective self-defense if an armed attack occurs against a Member….until the Security Council has taken measures to maintain international peace and security.”

Justifiable self-defense is permissible. Articles 2(3), 2(4), and 33 prohibit unilaterally threatening or using force not allowed under Article 51, authorized by the Security Council, or, in the case of America, constitutionally permitted.

Three General Assembly resolutions prohibit non-consensual belligerent intervention. They include:

(1) The 1965 Declaration on the Inadmissibility of Intervention in the Domestic Affairs of States and the Protection of Their Independence and Sovereignty.

(2) The 1970 Declaration on Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States in Accordance with the Charter of the United Nations.

(2) The 1974 Definition of Aggression.

Washington spurns international, constitutional, and US statute laws with impunity. So does Israel. Doing so constitutes “the supreme international crime against peace.” It exceeds all other high crimes and wrongdoing.

On November 14, Operation Pillar of Cloud began. Israel launched premeditated aggression on Gaza. It wasn’t the first time.

Aggressive wars reflect longstanding policy. Israel’s resume includes decades of crimes of war, against humanity and genocide.

HRW stopped short of explaining. Data cited grossly understated Israeli terror bombing. It raged for eight days. Dozens of attacks occurred daily. Hamas and other resistance groups responded defensively. International law permits doing so.

Palestinian deaths exceeded 160. Numbers injured topped 1,000. Some harmed later died. Most victims were noncombatant men, women, children, infants, the elderly and infirm.

Israel considers them legitimate targets. Rogue states operate that way. Israel is one of the worst. It violates fundamental international law. It does so unaccountably.

It claims a divine right to kill, main, displace, and destroy. It takes full advantage.

It steals Palestinian land for Jews. It punishes them collectively. It does so for praying to the wrong God. It’s been that way for decades.

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