23/10/2014

IDF patrol comes under fire on Egypt border

Une patrouille israélienne a été attaquée près de la frontière égyptiennes. Deux soldats sont blessés, dont un grièvement. L'attaque aurait été le fait du groupe musulman radical Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis

http://www.timesofisrael.com/idf-soldiers-come-under-fire-on-egypt-border/

Gunmen in the Sinai Peninsula opened fire on an IDF patrol near the Egyptian border on Wednesday afternoon, injuring two soldiers.

The army said that the soldiers were wounded and were taken to Soroka Hospital in Beersheba.



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After Infant's Murder, Arabs Attack Jerusalem Kindergarten

Rioters target a kindergarten in Ma'ale ha-Zeitim and the light rail station in Shuafat Thursday morning, after last night's deadly attack.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/186497#.VEj3_kvS_pV

ACTION TERRORISTE (hamas) A JERUSALEM

n bébé est mort et neuf personnes ont été blessées aujourd'hui à Jésusalem à la suite d'une attaque terroriste, dont l'auteur, un terroriste récidiviste du Hamas a lancé sa voiture sur un groupe près d'un arrêt de tramway, ont indiqué la police et les secours.
Le chauffeur de la voiture a été stoppé par un policier qui a ouvert le feu sur lui alors qu'il tentait de prendre la fuite, a indiqué la police.
Il s'agit d'un Palestinien de Jérusalem-est, déjà connu de la police et déjà emprisonné par le passé, a indiqué sur les lieux le ministre de la sécurité intérieure Yitzhak Aharonovich. "C'est un attentat à la voiture bélier selon les premiers éléments de l'enquête, le suspect est connu de nos services: un habitant de
Jérusalem-est qui vit (dans le quartier) de Silwan et qui a déjà fait de la prison."
Le terroriste blessé par la police se trouve à l'hôpital.
Nous pensons de tout coeur à la mémoire de ce bébé Za"l tué de façon barbare et atroce. 

22/10/2014

la fille d'HANIYEH chef du Hamas, soignée en Israel

La fille de Haniyeh, le chef du Hamas, vient d'être traitée dans un hôpital israélien. 60 à 70 gazaouis passent la frontière (vous savez, ce "blocus" autour du "camp de concentration") chaque jour afin d'être traités (gratuitement et aux frais des contribuables israéliens). La semaine dernière, c'était au tour de la fille de Haniyeh. À noter que ce n'est pas le seule membre de la famille de celui qui veut la destruction d'Israël à avoir été traité dansun hôpital israélien. Nous avons également traité sa belle-mère et sa petite fille. Tout comme la femme de Abou Mazen (Mahmoud Abbas) a été traitée à Tel-Aviv (gratos, bien entendu). http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/186374

17/10/2014

Enquête sur la mort d’un adolescent palestinien près de Ramallah

Un jeune adolescent de 13 ans aurait été tué jeudi par des tirs de l’armée israélienne dans le cadre d’une attaque contre des soldats à Beit Lakia, au nord-ouest de Ramallah.

 


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Une enquête préliminaire de  la Division de Tsahal en Judée Samarie indique que la confrontation aurait commencé alors que l’armée israélienne entrait dans le village de Beit Lakia, suite à des attaques menées dans la région par les palestiniens.

Des palestiniens qui ont continué à jeter des pierres et des cocktails Molotov alors que les jeeps de l’armée quittaient le village, mais un véhicule israelien a calé à cause d’un problème technique et les soldats ont du sortir du véhicule.  Alors qu’ils tentaient de réparer la jeep, ils ont été attaqués par une horde de palestiniens avec des pierres et des bombes incendiaires. Le commandant de la compagnie a estimé que les soldats étaient en danger, il a donc ordonné d’ouvrir le feu sur les assaillants. Un jeune adolescent  qui était parmi eux, a été tué.L’Agence de presse palestinienne Maan  a déclaré que Bahaa Samir Badir, 13 ans avait été abattu par trois balles dans la poitrine et est décédé plus tard à l’hôpital de Ramallah. Un incident qui intervient alors que la violence arabe fait rage en Israël, y compris dans la capitale à Jérusalem, où des émeutiers ont lancé des bombes incendiaires sur les maisons des Juifs dans le quartier de Nof Tzion jeudi soir.

D’autre part, des dizaines d’Arabes ont lancé des pierres et des bombes incendiaires pendant Sim’hat Torah sur  les maisons juives du quartier du  Mont des Oliviers de Maale Hazeitim. Les forces de police ont dispersé les émeutiers avec des engins anti-émeute non létaux. Un agent de la police des frontières a été blessé dans le cou mais sa vie n’est pas en danger.

par Roger Haddad pour -Tel-Avivre - source http://www.tel-avivre.com/2014/10/17/larmee-israelienne-enquete-sur-le-meurtre-presume-dun-adolescent-palestinien-lors-dun-affrontement-pres-de-ramallah/

08/10/2014

West unable to slow down Iran's nuclear

http://www.irna.ir/en/News/2738571/

West unable to slow down Iran's nuclear R&D program: Speaker

Tehran, Sept 24, IRNA - West is not able to slow down Iran's nuclear research and development program, Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said on Wednesday.

He made the remarks in a ceremony held to celebrate the new academic year in Iran's Supreme National Defense University. 

Larijani referred to change of world order and emergence of new powers in every corner of the world, adding that power of international bodies is on the decline.

Pointing to the formation of an anti-ISIL coalition without permission of UN Security Council, he said that this move and similar moves by US and its allies in imposing sanctions on sovereign states shows that the international bodies have missed their role in resolving world crises.

ISIL's brutal attacks have displaced thousands of people in Syria and Iraq and hundreds of people have been executed by the terrorist group.

The terrorist group in its self-proclaimed state as an Islamic caliphate claims religious authority over all Muslims across the world and aspires to bring much of the Muslim-inhabited regions under its direct political control.

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has admitted in her memoirs titled "Hard Choices" that the United States had a role in creation of ISIL.

 

UN Watch and 20 North Korean survivors urge Swiss to freeze regime’s bank accounts

 

GENEVA, Switzerland, October 6 – UN Watch took the floor in the recent session of the UN Human Rights Council to present a letter by 20 North Korean defectors calling on the Swiss government to freeze all of the regime’s bank accounts held in Switzerland.

 

The UN Watch campaign, coordinated in partnership with Free the North Korean Gulag, received important media coverage. (See right.)

 

Open Letter to the President of the Swiss Confederation to Freeze Assets of North Korean Leadership in Switzerland

Excellency,

We have experienced and witnessed the gross, systematic and widespread violations of human rights committed by the North Korean regime against its own people, which has been ongoing for many decades.

Because of these atrocities, and for the reasons outlined below, we appeal to you to place an immediate freeze on the financial assets located in your country, Switzerland, held by the North Korean leadership, who are directly responsible for the crimes against their own people.

We make this request based on the following:

(a) Findings of UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea

As you know, the UN Commission of Inquiry on North Korea’s human rights record found “reasonable grounds to believe that crimes against humanity have been committed in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, pursuant to policies established at the highest level of the State for decades.”

These crimes entail “extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions and other sexual violence, persecution on political, religious, racial and gender grounds, the forcible transfer of populations, the enforced disappearance of persons and the inhumane act of knowingly causing prolonged starvation.”

The UN further found that North Korea “displays many attributes of a totalitarian State: the rule of a single party, led by a single person, is based on an elaborate guiding ideology.”

Consequently, the UN has found that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un bears primary responsibility for these human rights violations. The commission of inquiry reported multiple indications of central government accountability.

(b) Switzerland endorsed creation and findings of UN Commission

Switzerland has a moral responsibility to act on the findings of the commission of inquiry because it played a leading role in its establishment and endorsement. As a member of the Human Rights Council for 2013, Switzerland actively supported the resolution that created the commission of inquiry (A/HRC/RES/22/13) and, moreover, Switzerland was a sponsor of the Council resolution (A/HRC/RES/25/25) which formally adopted the commission’s report on 28 March 2014.

Please note that Resolution 25/25 called on the General Assembly to request the Security Council to consider action to hold to account those responsible for human rights violations and crimes against humanity. The UN resolution specifically calls for consideration of “effective targeted sanctions against those who appear to be most responsible for crimes against humanity.”

Switzerland has no legal or moral reason to wait before proceeding with these vital targeted sanctions. It is incumbent upon Switzerland to match its calls for action in the Human Rights Council by taking action in its own capacity, echoing the grave concerns that have been expressed and affirmed by multiple UN bodies.

(c) Swiss law and prior precedents support case for freezing North Korean assets

Switzerland has every basis in law and prior precedent to act for the people of North Korea. We recall that, acting on these laws, Switzerland in recent years has frozen the assets of several foreign leaders, including Bashar al-Assad of Syria, Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali of Tunisia, and Muammar Gaddafi of Libya.

 

Switzerland did so in accordance with Swiss laws: the Embargos Act (2002), and the Act on the Restitution of Illicit Assets (RIAA/LRAI 2011). Moreover, in 2014, Switzerland adopted a new law on the issue, theFederal Act on the Freezing and Restitution of Illicitly Acquired Assets of Foreign Politically Exposed Persons, which only underscores the government’s commitment to address this important issue.

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