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|Women`s Organization for Political Prisoners (WOFPP) -- Newsletter April 2007||WOFPP -- "[At Hasharon Prison] the windows in the cells still cannot be opened because they remain covered with metal covers that almost do not let in daylight and very little air to breathe [...] There are four women political prisoners in Kishon (Jalame) who are held in harsh conditions; especially the food is almost inedible"||30/4/2007|
|ISRAEL-OPT: Humanitarian situation got worse in 2006, says UN agency||IRIN -- Reuters AlertNet -- "Many Palestinians fell further into poverty. The Gaza Strip was the hardest hit with about 80 percent of households earning less than US $1 a day, twice the percentage of those earning that little in the West Bank"||30/4/2007|
|ISM Updates||ISM Media Group- 1. From Palestine to Virginia Tech: We are with you in this Time of Pain 2. Irish Peace Laureate Shot By Israeli Troops at Non-Violent Protest - Why Isn`t This News? 3. Video: Puerto Rican activist arrested at Bil`in demonstration against Apartheid Wall, judge throws out request to prolong arrest 4. Building Economic Independence 5. PALESTINIAN REFUGEE CHILDREN`S ART STOLEN FROM LIBRARY
6. 17 Year old girl killed in Jenin refugee camp 7. Tree Planting in Biddu 8. Homes Rebuilt by Peace Activist Demolished Again 9. My name is Rachel on Al Jazeera 10. All we had for breakfast was tear gas
11. FREEDOM SUMMER 2007: Confronting Apartheid
|“Building a Thriving Economy and a Strong Democracy`||Salam Fayyad - The Jerusalem Fund - "Palestinian Minister of Finance, Dr. Salam Fayyad, argued during a Palestine Center briefing that the 60-year-old Palestinian-Israeli conflict is of a political, not economic, nature. He explained that Palestinians do not want to forever rely on international assistance and are working toward becoming a self-sustaining entity. "||25/4/2007|
|Weekly Report: On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory : No. 15/2007, 12– 18 April 2007||PCHR - Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) Continue Systematic Attacks on Palestinian Civilians and Property in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)||19/4/2007|
|Egypt, Jordan to lead efforts to promote Arab initiative ||Aluf Benn, Yoav Stern and Shahar Ilan - Haaretz - "Egypt and Jordan will spearhead efforts to market the Arab initiative for peace with Israel, the Arab League committee entrusted with implementing the scheme decided yesterday. The League conditioned negotiations with Israel on the cessation of construction in the settlements."
|Policeman accused of killing Palestinian acquitted||Aviram Zino - YNet - "Border guard policeman Shmuel Yehezkel was acquitted of charges of manslaughter, Wednesday, by the Jerusalem district court. Yehezkel was accused of killing Samir Dari, a resident of the Isawiyya neighborhood of east Jerusalem, in November 2005."||19/4/2007|
|PLO: 25 percent of Palestinians have been in Israeli prisons; International support for Palestinian political prisoners||DAIR - PLO -- PNN -- “Since 1967, about 25 percent of the Palestinians living in the occupied Palestinian territories have been arrested at one time or another. Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners` houses as well as their relatives` have been demolished as a punishment against them. Thousands of Palestinian families have been banned from visiting their loved ones in the Israeli jails. Tens of prisoners were also deported from the WB to Gaza Strip or to outside the Palestinian territories”||16/4/2007|
|An International Prisoner`s Day appeal for solidarity with Palestinian prisoners ||ICSPPI - The Israeli government violates International Law with regard to Palestinian rights and abdicates from all responsibility to provide the basic requirements of life. It holds the prisoners’ families and the Palestinian National Authority accountable for providing prisoners with their basic necessities. Further, the Israelis intentionally detain prisoners within the borders of Israel (outside Palestinian areas), thus breaking article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention. This gives them the pretext to forbid the prisoner’s family from visiting him/her. ||15/4/2007|
|Adalah accuses gov`t of war crimes in past Gaza operations||Dan Izenberg - Jerusalem Post - The Israeli-Arab human rights organization Adalah was due to petition the High Court of Justice on Sunday demanding that the state investigate the top echelon of the Israeli government for war crimes allegedly perpetrated in two military operations in the Gaza Strip during the second intifada. ||15/4/2007|
|Back to the wall - about working conditions in settlements ||Simone Korkus - Ma`an News - "In my place the boss can find ten others immediately", M. explains. And therefore he leaves his home by five in the morning, does not ask for the minimum salary, works when he is ill or during the holiday of Id Al Adha and he has never heard of vacation.||14/4/2007|
|20 Years imprisonment for Hussam Shaheen , the Secretary of International Relations of Fateh Youth Organization (FYO)||Nasim Shaheen - "In the aftermath of the sentence, Mr. Shaheen said that the court’s decision has pure political implications, and his case is not individual, since it is the Israeli occupation who still arrest thousands of Palestinian people. He stressed that the Israeli Occupation will never be able to break the will of the Palestinian people who will persist its struggle until the establishment of an independent Palestinian state alongside Israeli and achievement of just and comprehensive peace in the region. "||12/4/2007|
|Poll: 10% of Palestinian children have lasting malnutrition effects||The Associated Press - Haaretz - "About 10 percent of Palestinian children suffer permanent effects from malnutrition, according to a survey published Wednesday, a result of widespread poverty in the West Bank and Gaza."
|Israeli Settler Attacks in the Occupied Palestinian Territories During February - March 2007 ||Ahmad Jaradat and Anahi Ayala Iacucci -- AIC -- "On 4 March, six armed settlers from Gil’ad, near the village of Tal in the Nablus District attacked 65-year-old farmer Suliaman Abed Alazeez Hamed, while he was working in his field with his wife. [...] Suliaman reports that the settlers came from the settlement and told him to leave the place, when he refused they stoned him in the head and injured him. He was taken to Rafidya hospital in Nablus for treatment"||9/4/2007|
|Weekly Report: On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, No. 13/2007, 29 March – 04 April 2007||PCHR - "Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) Continue to Commit War Crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)"
|Welcome the Palestinian National Unity Government and recognize it now!||EJJP European Jews for JustPeace - Urgent Appeal to Dr. Angela Merkel - "European Jews for a Just Peace calls on the President of the EU Council , Dr. Angela Merkel: Madame President, support the immediate recognition of the Palestinian Government and the cancellation of all economic, social and political restrictions which have been placed upon it. The EU council and all Governments of the European Union should recognize the opportunity to revive the peace process with Israel which has opened with the swearing in of the Palestinian Government.Time is precious. It must not be wasted."
|Israel goes on the virtual offensive||Gregory Levey -- salon.com -- The Israeli government is deploying new tactics to deepen ties with American youth and evangelicals||2/4/2007|
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