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❤ שמח בירושלים ❤צילום: יונתן סטריארPosted by Jerusalem Municipality | עיריית ירושלים on lundi 29 juin 2015
Bienvenue en Israel
"Welcome to Israel,
You seem to have gotten lost. Perhaps you meant to sail to a place not far from here – Syria, where Assad’s army is slaughtering its people every day, and is supported by the murderous Iranian regime.
Here in Israel we face a reality in which terrorist organizations like Hamas try to kill innocent civilians. We defend our citizens against these attempts in accordance with international law.
Despite this, Israel transports goods and humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip – up to 800 trucks a day. In the past year we enabled the entry of over 1.6 million tons of products, an average of one ton per person in the Gaza Strip. By the way, these supplies are equivalent to 500,000 boats like the one you came in on today.
Israel provides assistance to hundreds of humanitarian projects through international organizations, including the building of clinics and hospitals.
However, we will not allow the terrorist organizations to transfer weapons into the Gaza Strip by sea. Only one year ago, we thwarted an attempt to smuggle hundreds of weapons into the Gaza Strip by ship. These weapons were meant to target innocent Israeli civilians.
There is no siege on the Gaza Strip, and you are welcome to transfer any humanitarian supplies for the Gaza Strip through Israel.
Barring the entrance of boats and ships into the Gaza Strip is in accordance with international law, and was even backed by a committee commissioned by the United Nations Secretary General.
If you were truly concerned about human rights, you would not be sailing in support of a terrorist regime which summarily executes citizens in the Gaza Strip, and uses children as human shields.
If you were to travel around in Israel, you would see for yourself that the only stable democracy in the Middle East guarantees equality for all its citizens and freedom of worship for members of all religions; it is a country that upholds international law so that its people can live in safety and its children grow up in peace and quiet."
La nouvelle "flottila" vient d'être intercéptée et redirigée vers Ashdod. Tout s'est passé dans le calme et les flottidiots se prennent maintenant pour des héros. On leur a remis à chacun une lettre, "Welcome to Israel" écrite par Bibi Netanyahou. Le texte est ci-dessus
Si besoin je fournis une traduction en français
vous pouvez suivre sur facebook, le site du Pemier Ministre
Au moins 146 civils ont été tués et plus de 200 autres blessés au cours des 24 dernières heures par des combattants de l’Etat islamique (EI) dans la ville syrienne à majorité kurde de Kobané (Aïn al-Arab en arabe), rapporte vendredi l’Observatoire syrien des droits de l’Homme (OSDH).
Des sources médicales cités par l’OSDH indiquent que ces décès ont commencés à être enregistrés à partir de jeudi matin lorsque des combattants de l’EI se sont infiltrés dans la ville, fait exploser trois voitures piégées et attaqué les miliciens kurdes des Unités de protection du peuple (YPG).
et toujours pas de Conseil extraordinaire des droits de l'homme...
Le saviez-vous ? 900 000 Juifs ont été exclus ou expulsés des Etats arabo-musulmans entre 1940 et 1970.
L’histoire de la disparition du judaïsme en terres d’islam est la clef d’une mystification politique de grande ampleur qui a fini par gagner toutes les consciences. Elle fonde le récit qui accable la légitimité et la moralité d’Israël en l’accusant d’un pseudo « péché originel ».
A Task Force of five American Generals and two Law and Military experts have established a report to make an assessment of the Gaza Conflict of 2014. This Task Force closely studied the evolution of Hamas’s strategy and Israel’s response, based on primary source research and discussions with senior Israeli, Palestinian and United Nations officials.
The Task Force Members:
General Charles Wald, USAF (ret.), Task Force Chair
Former Deputy Commander of United States European Command
Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, USA (ret.)
Former Commander, U.S. Army North
Lieutenant General Richard Natonski, USMC (ret.)
Former Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command
Major General Rick Devereaux, USAF (ret.)
Former Director of Operational Planning, Policy, and Strategy - Headquarters Air Force
Major General Mike Jones, USA (ret.)
Former Chief of Staff, U.S. Central Command
*Previous organizational affiliation shown for identification purposes only; no endorsement by the organization implied.
Read the full report: http://www.jinsa.org/files/2014GazaAssessmentReport.pdf
An urgent call to Demonstrate in Support of Israel
VEnez supportez Israel, Place des Nations, à Genève, le 29 juin de 12h à 15h.
In light of the current wave of unrelenting attacks against Israel's legitimacy, we the undersigned organizations have joined together to hold a rally in support of Israel.
To all who hold dear the value of human rights and democracy we call you to join us on June 29th between the hours of 12:00 to 15:00 in Geneva at Place des Nations.
Israel is the stronghold of democracy in a region where this basic value is threatened on all fronts. Today hegemony and radicalism threaten to thwart the fervent desire of all the people of the region for a better life, a thriving economy and stable and democratic governance.
At this critical time Israel's legitimacy is being threatened on many fronts, the right to defend itself is being challenged and false allegations are being leveled in order to divert attention from true abuse of innocent civilian populations.
It is urgent for all to rally together in solidarity and show the world that we will not let agents of terror cynically abuse organizations such as the UN as a platform to wage political war against Israel and manipulate public opinion.
Your presence is urgently needed. Join us and make your voices heard.
Partner Organizations :
Federation of Italian-Israeli Friendship Associations
ADI (Amici d'Israele) – Friends of Israel Organization (Italy)
EDIPI – Evangelicals of Italy for Israel
Christians for Israel (Italy)
Over the Rainbow (Italy)
Jewish Community of Milan (Italy)
Jewish Community of Turin (Italy)
Zionist Organization of Turin (Italy)
Camis De Fonseca Foundation – Turin (Italy)
Northern Ireland friends of Israel
Anglican Friends of Israel
Zionist Federation GB and Ireland
Glasgow Jewish Representative Council (Scotland)
Christen an der Seite Israels
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Israel-Werke Schweiz (IWS)
America-Israel Friendship League
American Jewish committee Atlanta
American Jewish Committee
Associação de Amizade Portugal-Israel
B´nai B´rith Concordia Košice
B'nai B'rith Europe
B'nai B'rith France
B'nai B'rith International
B´nai B´rith Tolerance Bratislava
Club der Freunde Israels
Christen an der Seite Israels-Österreich
Christians for Israel International
C.R.I.F. (Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France)
European Coalition for Israel
European Union of Jewish Students
Faith Church (Hungary)
Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange
HISPANIC ISRAEL LEADERSHIP COALITION (USA)
Human Rights Voices
International Christian Embassy Jerusalem
Israel Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia
Israel Europe Freedom Center
Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien
Israeltische Religionsgesellschaft Österreich- Bundesverband der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinden
Jewish Diplomatic Corps
National Union of Israeli Students NUIS
Österreichisch Israelische Gesellschaft
ONE WITH ISRAEL (USA)
Over the Rainbow
Parliamentarian Group Swiss-Israel
Patmos Lähetyssäätiö (Finland)
Proclaiming justice to the nations-PJTN
Stand With Us
STEP UP for Israel
Suomen Karmel-yhdistys (Finland)
Swiss Union of Jewish Students SUJS
Take A Pen
The Central Union of the Jewish Religious Communities to the Slovak Republic
Slovak-Israeli Friendship Society
The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (Canada)
The Columbia, SC, Jewish Federation
The European Alliance for Israel
The Grace Christian Fellowship Milosť
The Israel Project
The London Center for policy Research
Touro Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust
We Believe in Israel (UK)
World Jewish Congress
World Union of Jewish Students WUJS
Zionist Organization of America
Council of Jewish Communities of Latvia
ICEJ CZECH REPUBLIC
SION CHRISTIAN CENTER CZECH REPUBLIC
B'nai B'rith Czech Republic
the Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic
Med Israel for fred (Norway)
Council of Jewish Communities of Latvia
Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland -Central Council of Jews in Germany
Jewish Museum in Prague
Scottish Friends of Israel
Bournemouth Action For Israel
The Campaign 4 Truth
Israeli response to the UNHRC Commission of Inquiry
June 22nd 2015
(Communicated by the MFA Spokesperson)
Israel is studying the Commission of Inquiry Report (COI) from the United Nations’ Human Rights Council (UNHRC). However, some initial comments can be made about the COI process in general:
1) It is well known that the entire process that led to the production of this report was politically motivated and morally flawed from the outset. Just as Israel seriously considered every complaint, no matter its origin, it will also seriously study this report. We take note of the fact that the authors of this report admitted that they lacked much of the relevant information.
It is regrettable that the report fails to recognize the profound difference between Israel’s moral behavior during Operation Protective Edge and the terror organizations it confronted.
2) This report was commissioned by a notoriously biased institution, given an obviously biased mandate, and initially headed by a grossly biased chairperson, William Schabas. The UNHRC has a singular obsession with Israel, passing more country specific resolutions against Israel than against Syria, Iran and North Korea combined - in fact, more than against all other countries combined. The commission of inquiry's mandate presumed Israel guilty from the start and its original chairman, William Schabas, was compelled to resign due to a blatant conflict of interest (paid work for the Palestinians), which he concealed from the United Nations.
3) The COI also lacked the necessary tools and expertise to conduct a professional and serious examination of armed conflict situations.
Israel will consider the report in light of these essential failings. It would encourage all fair-minded observers to do the same.
4) Israel is a democracy committed to the rule of law, forced to defend itself against Palestinian terrorists who commit a double war crime: They indiscriminately target Israeli civilians while deliberately endangering Palestinian civilians, including children, by using them as human shields.
5) In defending itself against attacks, Israel's military acted according to the highest international standards. This was confirmed by a comprehensive examination by Israeli military and legal experts, as well as reports produced by internationally renowned military professionals.
6) Israel will continue to uphold its commitment to the law of armed conflict despite the brutal tactics of its enemies. Israel will continue to investigate alleged wrongdoing in accordance with international standards and to cooperate with those UN bodies that conduct themselves in an objective, fair and professional manner.