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Friday, 23 October 2009

Israel nafi lakukan jenayah perang

18/09/2009 3:22am

BAITULMAQDIS, 18 Sept. – Perdana Menteri Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu hari ini menolak laporan Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (PBB) yang menuduh mereka melakukan jenayah perang dalam serangan ke atas Genting Gaza pada Disember lalu.

Netanyahu, turut memberi amaran kepada pemimpin-pemimpin dan pasukan tentera dunia lain bahawa mereka turut akan didakwa atas tuduhan yang sama.

Katanya, laporan PBB yang dikeluarkan minggu ini telah mengendahkan pengeluaran Israel dari Genting Gaza pada 2005 dan serangan roket bertahun-tahun ke atas Yahudi.

Bercakap kepada Channel 2 News, Netanyahu meminta supaya pemimpin dunia menyokong `hak mereka untuk mempertahankan negara’. – AP

Jewish settlers uproot 20 olive trees, IOF round up more West Bankers

[ 21/10/2009 - 11:34 AM ]

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)-- Jewish armed settlers cut off 20 olive trees in Yatta village, south of Al-Khalil, some of them are 25 years old, local sources said on Wednesday.

They said that the settlers came from the settlement of Susia, south of Yatta, and added that they routinely attack Palestinian farmers in a bid to terrorize them away from their land and then confiscate it.

Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces (IOF) rounded up four Palestinians in Salfit and Tobas districts at dawn Wednesday.

The IOF troops imposed a curfew on Jayus town to the northeast of Qalqilia at an early hour on Wednesday and started a combing operation.

Locals said that IOF soldiers mounting 12 jeeps announced the curfew via loudspeakers without giving a reason.

They added that the soldiers broke into and ransacked many houses.

The same practice was reported in Daheria village, Al-Khalil district, without arrests.

Hamas: We are keen on reconciliation, but the problem in the Egyptian paper
[ 22/10/2009 - 11:07 AM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- The Movement of Hamas reiterated Wednesday that it is keen on ending the inter-Palestinian division and committed to the understanding reached with Cairo, but the problem lies in the additions and amendments made to the Egyptian reconciliation paper, which were not tabled before.

In a press statement to the Palestinian information center (PIC), Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri underlined that his Movement has no new demands regarding the Egyptian paper, but it wants commitment to the understandings reached in Cairo, calling on the Egyptian mediator to match the recent reconciliation paper with what had been agreed upon.

Spokesman Abu Zuhri noted that his Movement embarks on arranging a visit of a delegation to Cairo to explain their remarks and to match the Egyptian reconciliation paper with previous agreements.

Regarding Mahmoud Abbas’s threats of holding elections if Hamas did not sign the reconciliation paper, the spokesman said that such statements are aimed to blackmail and pressure Hamas and any election held in the West Bank would never succeed.

For his part, former minister of prisoners’ affairs Wasfi Qabaha, administratively detained in Israeli jails, stated Wednesday that Hamas wants to restore the national unity because it is part of its faith, so it is trying to put aside the differences and create a healthy ground for the reconciliation.

In a leaked letter sent exclusively to the Palestinian information center (PIC), Qabaha said that the national reconciliation does not appeal to Fatah leaders who inflame tension and differences with the aim of entrenching division in the Palestinian arena.

He stressed that Abbas’s threats of holding presidential and legislative election outside the framework of the national consensus reflects the reality of his intentions and his hypocrisy.


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