01/07/2010

Israël devra payer pour Gaza

Une petite revue de presse du jpost....

4e jour de marche pour Guilad

5 000 personnes ont rejoint, mercredi, la marche de soutien à Guilad Schalit. Les participants, qui réclament la libération du militaire israélien entamaient leur 4e jour de marche. Le trajet dessiné les a conduits à Yokenam et Zikhon Yaacov. Ils espèrent atteindre le kibboutz Michaël Madan dans la soirée...

http://fr.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1277718681596&pagename=JFrench%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

 

Le jpost en français sort une édition sur Tel-aviv, vous pouvez la commander ici

http://fr.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JFrench/Page/SSSimpleActionPage&cid=1245228922848

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30/06/2010

le plan du Hamas

http://www.memri.org/clip/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/2527.htm

Hamas Leader Mahmoud Al-Zahhar: Our Plan Is to Establish a Palestinian State Without Recognizing Israel and Without Giving Up the Right of Return

Notre plant est d'établir un Etat palestinien sans reconnaître Israël....

transcriptions complète du clip:

June 15, 2010 Clip No. 2527

Hamas Leader Mahmoud Al-Zahhar: Our Plan Is to Establish a Palestinian State Without Recognizing Israel and Without Giving Up the Right of Return

Following are excerpts from an interview with Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Zahhar, which aired on Future News TV on June 15, 2010:

Mahmoud Al-Zahhar: We have liberated Gaza, but have we recognized Israel? Have we given up our lands occupied in 1948? We demand the liberation of the West Bank, and the establishment of a state in the West Bank and Gaza, with Jerusalem as its capital – but without recognizing [Israel]. This is the key – without recognizing the Israeli enemy on a single inch of land.

This is our plan for this stage – to liberate the West Bank and Gaza, without recognizing Israel’s right to a single inch of land, and without giving up the Right of Return for a single Palestinian refugee.

[...]

Our plan for this stage is to liberate any inch of Palestinian land, and to establish a state on it. Our ultimate plan is [to have] Palestine in its entirety. I say this loud and clear so that nobody will accuse me of employing political tactics. We will not recognize the Israeli enemy.

As for the issue of a referendum – [the Palestinian Authority] is ready to impose its position on people by force. Whoever wants to hold a referendum, and believes that he can get all of Palestine for the Palestinians, can hold a referendum, but will not give up the platform of resistance, and the plan to liberate Palestine in its entirety. This is unequivocal.

[...]

If we could liberate the Negev now, we would continue [our military activity], but our capabilities dictate that after we got rid of the Israeli presence in Gaza, we must finish off the remnants of that occupation, and move on to the West Bank.

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des Rockets tombent encore sur Israël

Je reçois des nouvelles, qui m'informe que plusieurs fois la semaine passé des rockets sont tombées sur Sderot.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3912852,00.html

Aucun mort ne sont à déplorer, mais les dégâts sont toujours là.

Nos voisins sans doute en signe de pays, continue d'envoyer régulièrement des Quassam sur Sderot, petite ville d'Israël.

En contre partie Jeudi soir, les avions d'IAF ont bombardés entrepôt d'armes à Gaza nordique et deux tunnels faisants de la contrebande dans la bande méridionale en réponse à la mise à feu des coquilles et des fusées de mortier en l'Israël.

Ah! les détracteurs, les humanistes de ce revolter contre la riposte. Une riposte trop lourde pour qq Rockets?

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28/06/2010

marche en Israël pour Guilad

Début d'une longue marche de soutien à Gilad Shalit

28.06.2010 | haaretz

http://www.courrierinternational.com/breve/2010/06/28/debut-d-une-longue-marche-de-soutien-a-gilad-shalit

http://www.haaretz.co.il/hasite/spages/1174794.html

"Le soutien populaire à la marche de la famille Shalit dépasse les attentes de la police", titre le quotidien de Tel-Aviv. Le 27 juin, plus de 10 000 personnes ont accompagné le père de Gilad Shalit, qui entamait une marche de douze jours devant le mener du nord d'Israël à Jérusalem, devant la résidence du Premier ministre Nétanyahou. Il veut pousser le gouvernement à sceller un accord d'échange de prisonniers pour obtenir la libération de son fils, aux mains du Hamas depuis quatre ans.......voir vidéo

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23/06/2010

Caricatures marrantes

dessin1.jpgplein de caricatures marrantes ...ou moins, enfin sarcastiques, comme je les aimes !

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22/06/2010

flashmob à Tel-aviv

j'ai reçu et c'ets très mignon, perso. je n'ai jamais vu çà, cela se passe dans le grand centre commercial AZRIELI center, à Tel-aviv.

la chanson parle d'amour etc.... :-)

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Les statuts du meeting du cabinet israélien

Statement Following the Israeli Security Cabinet Meeting, du 20 juin 2010

ces statuts sont en anglais, j'essayerais de les traduire en français, ...merci

http://www.pmo.gov.il/PMOEng/Communication/Spokesman/2010/06/spokemediniyut206010.htm

Israel’s policy is to protect its citizens against terror, rocket and other attacks from Gaza.   In seeking to keep weapons and war materiel out of Gaza while liberalizing the system by which civilian goods enter Gaza, the Government of Israel has decided to implement the following steps as quickly as possible:

1.     Publish a list of items not permitted into Gaza that is limited to weapons and war materiel, including problematic dual-use items.  All items not on this list will be permitted to enter Gaza.

2.      Enable and expand the inflow of dual-use construction materials for approved PA-authorized projects (schools, health facilities, water, sanitation, etc.) that are under international supervision and for housing projects such as the U.N. housing development being completed at Khan Yunis.  Israel intends to accelerate the approval of such projects in accordance with accepted mechanisms and procedures.

3.      Expand operations at the existing operating land crossings, thereby enabling the processing of a significantly greater volume of goods through the crossings and the expansion of economic activity. 

4.      Add substantial capacity at the existing operating land crossings and, as more processing capacity becomes necessary and when security concerns are fully addressed, open additional land crossings.

5.      Streamline the policy of permitting the entry and exit of people for humanitarian and medical reasons and that of employees of international aid organizations that are recognized by the GOI.  As conditions improve, Israel will consider additional ways to facilitate the movement of people to and from Gaza. 

6.  Israel will continue to facilitate the expeditious inspection and delivery of goods bound for Gaza through the port of Ashdod. 
Israel welcomes cooperation and coordination with its international and regional partners in implementing this policy and will continue to discuss with them additional ways to advance this policy.

The current security regime for Gaza will be maintained.  Israel reiterates that along with the U.S., EU and others, it considers Hamas a terrorist organization.  The international community must insist on a strict adherence to the Quartet principles regarding Hamas.
Hamas took over Gaza and turned it into a hostile territory from which Hamas prepares and carries out attacks against Israel and its citizens. 

The Israel Defense Forces will continue to prevent the flow into and out of Gaza of terrorist operatives, weapons, war material and dual use items which enhance the military capability of Hamas and other terrorist groups in Gaza.   Israel calls on the international community to stop the smuggling of weapons and war materials into Gaza.

Gilad Shalit is approaching four years in captivity.  The international community should join Israel in strongly condemning those who hold him captive and in redoubling their efforts to secure his immediate release.

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