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Sunday, March 3, 2013

Israel is Provoking Violence- NOW WE'VE HEARD IT ALL

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Abbas slams Israel for deliberately stoking violence in the West Bank

Israeli security forces arrest a Palestinian man in Jerusalem’s old city, near Al-Aqsa mosque on February 25, 2013 after a group of Israeli settlers attempted to enter the compound on February 25, 2013. (AFP)
Israeli security forces arrest a Palestinian man in Jerusalem’s old city, near Al-Aqsa mosque on February 25, 2013 after a group of Israeli settlers attempted to enter the compound on February 25, 2013. (AFP)

“The Israelis want chaos and we know it but we won’t let them,” Abbas said in comments at his West Bank headquarters, seemingly in response to an Israeli demand on Sunday that he calm a wave of protest in the territory.

“We want peace and freedom for our prisoners and no matter how hard they try to drag us into their schemes, we will not be dragged,” he said.

Protests in support of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli prisons have been building and gained new momentum with the sudden death in his cell on Saturday of 30-year-old Arafat Jaradat, a former militant of Abbas’s Fatah movement.

Palestinian officials accuse Israel of torturing him to death.

“We lost Arafat Jaradat who was arrested and came back in a coffin and this cannot pass lightly,” Abbas said.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said on Sunday that “Israel passed an unequivocal demand to the Palestinian Authority to calm down the [West Bank] territory.”

Fighters revenge

Militants of the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the armed wing of Palestinian President Abbas’s Fatah movement, vowed Monday to avenge a prisoner allegedly tortured to death in an Israeli jail.

“This horrific crime will not go unpunished, and we promise the Zionist occupation that we will respond to this crime,” said a statement distributed to crowds at the funeral of Arafat Jaradat, while masked members of the militant group fired assault rifles into the air, Agence France Presse journalists at the scene reported.

The militants were among thousands of people, many waving Fatah banners or Palestinian flags, who flocked to Sair, Jaradat’s home village near the city of Hebron in the southern West Bank, for his burial there.

“The al-Aqsa Brigades, the armed wing of the Fatah national liberation movement, mourns with all pride its hero, the martyr of freedom, the prisoner Arafat Jaradat,” the statement said, in reference to his membership of the group.

Israeli forces stayed just outside the village.

Palestinians have been staging regular protests demanding the release of prisoners, several of whom are on hunger strike, but tensions have soared since Jaradat’s death.

A Palestinian man was seriously wounded on Sunday after he was hit by live fire near Ramallah, and two others were injured in the same protest near Ofer prison, medics said.

AFP journalists saw Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in Hebron, Ramallah, Nablus and Jenin.

Issa Qaraqaa, the Palestinian minister for prisoner affairs, on Sunday accused Israel of torturing Jaradat to death, citing the preliminary findings of an Israeli-Palestinian autopsy.

Israeli prison authorities initially said he appeared to have died of a heart attack.

Qaraqaa said the autopsy, carried out at Israel’s National Forensic Institute in the presence of a Palestinian doctor, indicated bruises on Jaradat’s torso, damaged muscles and broken ribs.

Israel released a similar account of the post-mortem, but said there were “fractures in the ribs” which “could be testimony to resuscitation efforts.”

These preliminary findings “are not sufficient to determine the cause of death,” Israel’s Health Ministry said in a statement, adding that microscopic and toxicological findings are still pending.

A spokeswoman for the Israeli Prisons Service said most of the 4,500 prisoners who took part in a one-day hunger strike on Sunday to protest Jaradat’s death had resumed eating, except for about 1,000 who are on a partial hunger strike at Megiddo prison, where he died.

“They refused breakfast, and will refuse tomorrow. They’re only refusing their breakfast. They’re taking all the other meals,” Sivan Weizman told AFP.

Three hunger-strikers are still in Israeli hospitals, where they were taken at the end of last week for checkups, she said, adding that she could not divulge details of their medical condition.

Rights organizations and Palestinian prisoner support groups say the three, and a fourth prisoner under observation in the medical wing of a prison in central Israel, have been on hunger strike for several months.

The Ramallah-based Prisoners’ Club said on Saturday that another seven prisoners had joined them.
Shabak security agency’s statistic confirming that the number of resistance operations against settlers had increased since the “Pillar of Defense” military operation against the Gaza Strip three months ago. This operation gave the Palestinian organizations in the West Bank impetus to take part in the war effort by either hurling rocks, Molotov cocktails, or sometimes shooting at settler cars at an unprecedented frequency. The army estimated that there was a 300% rise in the number of attacks.

Palestinian apprehended for stabbing Israeli youth in West Bank

English.news.cn 2013-01-29 21:55:10
JERUSALEM, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- A 23-year-old Palestinian was apprehended by soldiers after allegedly stabbing a Jewish young man at the Tapuach junction in the West Bank on Tuesday.
The 17-year-old victim from Jerusalem's surroundings suffered light to moderate wounds and was evacuated by medical emergency services to the Bellinson Hospital in Petach Tikva, near Tel Aviv, the Walla! news website reported.

Shots fired at Israeli bus in West Bank

English.news.cn 2013-01-28 06:00:29

JERUSALEM, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- Gunmen opened fire Sunday evening at an Israeli civilian bus traveling near Anatot in the West Bank, the Israeli army said in a statement.
The IDF spokesman told Xinhua that the shooting caused no casualties, but the vehicle was damaged.
Soldiers were searching the area, in east of Jerusalem, for the assailants, the statement said.
Earlier Sunday, security forces arrested two Palestinians suspected of plotting to carry out a terror attack.
The men, detained at a checkpoint near the West Bank city of Nablus, were armed with improvised grenades, petrol bombs and knives. They carried a letter that said they intended to commit suicide.

Six years ago, Saeed Shalalde stabbed an Israeli chocolate manufacturernamed Sasson Nuriel to death. Today Shalalde lives the good life in an Israeli prison. There terrorists mingle, throw parties, study for advanced degrees and stay in touch with their adoring fans on Facebook using their 3G mobile smartphone
For Muslim terrorists in Israeli prisons, life is more like a vacation.Hamas terrorist Haytham Battat, who was responsible for the murder of four Israelis, uses his Facebook page to share Jihadi videos from YouTube. In his recent facebook photos, PFLP terrorist Saeed Omar, who was sentenced to nineteen years in jail, poses with his favorite soccer team’s banner, feasts with other terrorists on a table covered with dozens of dishes supplemented by bottles of Coca Cola, and posts scraps of poetry calling for the destruction of Israel.
Using a 3G smartphone, Omar is able to update his own Facebook ‘fan page’ from prison. Other terrorists use smartphone video to go shopping with their friends and pick out their own clothes, which are then brought to them in prison, and remotely attend family events. Sometimes it seems like they’re not even in prison.