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Alte Tradition: Israel zerstört die Deutschen Entwicklungshilfe Projekte im Gaza und in der Westbank
von Deutschland bezahlte, Wasser Projekte, Energie Projekte, Verwaltungs Gebäude, werden mit System von Israel nach kurzer Zeit wieder zerstört, was in Milliarden inzwischen geht. Deutschland schweigt.
Damit finanziert Deutschland den Terror der Ethnischen Säuberungen, durch die Israelis, und U-Boot Finanzierung erhält Israel sowieso und andere Waffen Finanzierungen. siehe Ethnische Säuberungen durch Uni Prof. Pappe – Uni Haifa, was historisch bewiesen ist und bis heute weiter geht.
Der Baby Mord der Israel Faschisten als man dem Gaza KZ den Strom abdreht
Warum die Palästinenser gegen die Israelischen Lebensraum Faschisten kämpfen
Der Genozid in Gaza, durch die Israelis
Israel threatens to demolish German-funded solar energy systems in West Bank
March 30, 2012 – A handful of makeshift homes built from small boulders and plastic tarps and secured with thick ropes sit in the isolated community of She’b El- Buttum in the South Hebron Hills. A few metres away, several rows of solar panels and two wind turbines are affixed to the rocky hilltop, providing electricity to the village’s 150 residents. „We use the electricity for the milking machine, for the washing machine, the fridge, and for getting light when night falls,“ says Ismail Al-Jabarin, a 43-year-old She’b El-Buttum resident. „Before getting access to electricity, we lived on a generator that functioned two hours a day only, and had frequent problems. It is much, much better with electricity.“
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Scores injured at Qalandia in Land Day protest
March 30, 2012 – Israeli forces used rubber-coated bullets, tear gas, skunk water, and „the scream“ acoustic weapon against demonstrators. Some Palestinian youth burned tires and threw stones. Israeli forces left the checkpoint area and entered Qalandia, effectively pushing protesters further back from the checkpoint. Speaking to +972, Dr. Zaid Atabeh of the Palestinian Authority-affiliated Military Medical Services said that 85 protesters had been injured, 12 of whom were hospitalized. All of the injuries were from tear gas and rubber bullets. Palestinian politician and activist Mustafa Barghouti was reportedly among those injured and hospitalized…
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Palestinian detainee in Gaza deportation deal should be released to West Bank
30 March 2012 – A deal that led to Palestinian Hana Shalabi halting her hunger strike and facing transfer to the Gaza Strip for a three year period could amount to a forcible deportation, Amnesty International said. Shalabi, 30, was arrested by Israeli troops last month in the West Bank and has been held under administrative detention. She is allegedly affiliated with the Islamic Jihad movement but has never been charged with a criminal offence. She spent 43 days on hunger strike and suffers from impaired thyroid functions, weakness and dizziness, according to Physicians for Human Rights Israel. Despite halting her hunger strike, she continues to require specialised medical care….
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Challenging Israeli State Terror
by Stephen Lendman
March 30, 2012 – Among other methods, lawlessly imprisoned Palestinians do it by hunger striking. Khader Adnan got world attention. He endured 66 days before Israel agreed to release him on April 17. He continues struggling to regain health and survive. On March 30, Hana Shalabi’s 43rd hunger strike day began. She also got widespread attention. Courageous struggles for justice draw support. At times, good news follows…
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Mass Land Day demonstrations sweep Israel, Palestine
March 30, 2012 – Tens of thousands of people participated in Land Day demonstrations in East Jerusalem, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, the Negev and the Galilee, as well as in Jordan and Lebanon. One person was killed, many were injured – several critically – and several were arrested in clashes with the Israeli army and police….Meanwhile in the Gaza Strip, two demonstrations numbering some 1,500 proceeded towards the wall, which imprisons civilians living in one of the most densely populated areas on earth. Like the Fatah police in the West Bank, Hamas security forces also tried to prevent demonstrators from reaching the border, also using violence. However, they failed to stop the march. Tens of people were shot by the IDF. Three were critically wounded, and according to a recent report – one of them, 20-year-old Mahmoud Zaqouq, died from his injuries….
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