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Israels Non-Stop Kriegs Verbrechen im Gaza, bei der Zerstörung von Zivilen Zielen

August 11, 2012

Mit Vorsatz zerstören die Israelis, hier zum 5 mal Klein Betriebe im Gaza, was ein Kriegs Verbrechen ist. Deutschland schweigt

Gaza: Occupied Lives: I have no future

The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR)


Mamoun Ahmad Dalloul (36) lives in Tel-el-hawa with his wife and 9 children. Until recently, he owned a dairy-products factory that produced milk, cheese and yoghurt. Since December 2008, Mamoun has re-built his factory 4 times after it was repeatedly targeted and destroyed by Israel’s forces. On 04 June 2012, at around 1:00, his factory was targeted and destroyed by Israel’s forces for the 5th time.

On the evening of the most recent attack, Mamoun received a call from his brother, who lives adjacent to the factory, informing him that the factory had been destroyed by a missile from an F16: „I rushed to my factory and, when I arrived, there were firefighters and police. The neighbors were panicking and standing in the streets. I was told that a missile had hit the factory and then penetrated 6 or 7 meters into the ground. There was something like an earthquake for 5 minutes, and then the missile exploded and pulled everything into the crater. I do not know what kind of missile it was.“

After 5 attacks on his factory, Mamoun is devastated: „The first time my factory was destroyed was in December 2008 during Operation Cast Lead. The factory was very big and on the ground floor of our residential apartment. I received a call from Israel’s forces, who told me that the building would be targeted in the next 15 minutes. My family and I fled immediately. 3 missiles were fired from an F16 and the building was completely destroyed. In just a few minutes, we lost everything. We were suddenly homeless and I had lost my only source of a livelihood.“

Mamoun and his family were forced to shuffle from one household to another, looking for a place to stay: „We would stay at my parents’ house for a few days then move to my brother-in-law’s house and spend a few more at my brother’s house. My son kept asking why we had no home. Finally, as my wife is a refugee, UNRWA built us a single residential unit. I then rebuilt my factory in Sabra, which is in central Gaza City. It was very small and modest because there was barely any construction material in Gaza, as well as money constraints. 6 months later, it was destroyed by Israel’s forces. I then partnered with someone else and tried to rebuild in a different location, but it was destroyed while we were still constructing.“

Doctor and lawyer visits to hunger strikers reveal mistreatment by Israeli Prison Service
Joint Press Release, Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, Al-Haq and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel

August 7, 2012 – Four Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli detention remain steadfast in their open hunger strikes as their health conditions continue to deteriorate. Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, Al-Haq and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-IL) are particularly concerned for the lives of administrative detainees Samer Al-Barq and Hassan Safadi, who have been on protracted hunger strikes and are subject to consistent mistreatment at the hands of the Israeli Prison Service (IPS). Addameer lawyer Fares Ziad visited Mr. Al-Barq and Mr. Safadi in Ramleh prison medical center two days ago, 5 August, and a PHR-IL doctor was also able to visit them on 2 August…
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Amnesty for occupation?
Ashley Smith


August 8, 2012 – Antiwar activists in Chicago were shocked during last May’s NATO Summit to find that Amnesty International USA had plastered city bus stops with ads declaring: „Human Rights for Women and Girls in Afghanistan: NATO, Keep the Progress Going!“ Worse still, Amnesty USA put on a „shadow summit“ of its own during the NATO meeting, featuring Madeleine Albright, Bill Clinton’s notorious secretary of state, who will be forever remembered for her chilling response to a question on 60 Minutes about sanctions imposed on Iraq in the 1990s. Correspondent Lesley Stahl asked, „We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?“ Albright responded, „I think this is a very hard choice, but the price–we think the price is worth it.“ With a veritable war criminal as one of its star speakers, Amnesty USA’s shadow summit launched a campaign that, for all intents and purposes, called for the extension of NATO’s „good works“ in Afghanistan ….
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