- Written by Sharif Nashashibi
- Category: Politiche israeliane
Al Jazeera, 6 May 2016
Israel rejects all forms of resistance (armed and peaceful) to its occupation and colonisation of Palestine, which is approaching half a century - the longest military occupation in modern history.
- Written by Amira Hass
- Category: Opposizione israeliana
Haaretz, Mar. 3, 2017
Is it proportionate to bomb the town of Kochav Ya’ir, where top commanders and political officials live, when its residents are asleep or eating dinner with their families? That’s a horrid question that has no right to be asked. But Israel long ago gave an affirmative answer to the general question: Is it proportionate to crush neighborhoods and bomb homes with entire families in them – children, elderly people, women and babies?
- Written by Michael Lesher
- Category: Jewish Voice for Peace
The Electronic Intifada, 22 September 2016
A Palestinian and an Israeli settler walk on opposite sides of a concrete barrier in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron, February 2012.
Ryan Rodrick Beiler ActiveStills
when was the last time anyone heard a complaint from any of the major Orthodox rabbis in Israel — or anywhere else, for that matter — about the Israeli government’s systematic theft of other people’s property?
Israel’s neverending occupation is bringing ‘infamy’ to Jews worldwide, making Jewish life ‘precarious’ — Tony Klug
- Written by Philip Weiss
- Category: Dissidenza ebraica
Mondoweiss, March 3, 2017
Panel at J Street on saving Israel from occupation. Tony Klug is second from left. Jessica Montell is at right. Photo from Ben Murane's twitter feed
if Israel does not end the occupation sharply, and if organized Jewish opinion in other countries appears openly to back it, there will indeed almost certainly be a further surge in anti-Jewish sentiment, potentially unleashing more sinister impulses.
- Written by Barnaby Raine
- Category: Europa, USA etc....
A Medium Corporation, Jan 19, 2017
Labour Friends of Israel adorns itself in the slogan “For Israel, For Palestine, For Peace” while opponents of BDS on campus proclaim an interest in building “bridges” not “walls”. This is hardly Netanyahu’s language; he is the man who hurries voters to the polls with nakedly racist warnings that Arabs are voting too while his ministers openly call for genocide against Palestinian mothers who give birth to “little snakes”.