Thursday, December 14, 2017

Palestinians Withdraw From ‘All Israel Peace Accords / Palestinos se retiran de "todos los acuerdos de paz de Israel "




(ENG) Palestinians Withdraw From ‘All Israel Peace Accords Since Oslo’

Quoting from https://www.breakingisraelnews.com: "Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday that the Palestinians are withdrawing from all peace agreements with Israel since the 1993 Oslo Accords. Abbas’s comments came during a special meeting of the 57-member Organisation ..."

We said thank God that this is happening, to stop talking about peace that the palestinians do not want to happen anyway...


Monday, October 16, 2017

Israeli attack on Syria: "Israel has its demons" / El ataque israelí contra Siria: "Israel tiene sus demonios"



Tel Aviv said it did not want to aggravate relations with Syria after swapping attacks. Analyst Viacheslav Matúzov told Sputnik that the perception in Russia and Israel of such incidents is totally different.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Finally recognizes Israel!: Bashar al-Asad is winning in Syria / ¡Por fin reconoce Israel!: Bashar al-Asad está ganando en Siria


Israeli Minister of Military Affairs, Avigdor Lieberman.

The Israeli regime admits that Syrian President Bashar al-Asad is winning the war in the Arab country.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Estados Unidos abre su primera base militar en Israel


Trump se reune con Netanyahu

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, y el primer ministro israelí, Benjamin Netanyahu, hablaron hoy sobre el futuro del acuerdo nuclear con Irán, al que ambos calificaron de "terrible".

Base Aérea Bislach, Israel.- Israel y Estados Unidos inauguraron el lunes la primera base militar estadounidense en suelo israelí.

Monday, September 11, 2017

COMMERCIAL SURPLUS WITH ISRAEL GROWED 27.3% IN 2016 / EL SUPERÁVIT COMERCIAL CON ISRAEL CRECIÓ 27,3% EN 2016



According to the CAC, during the first 7 months of 2017 the trend was reversed, as a result of a rise in imports and a drop in exports

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Vladimir Putin seems to prefer Iran to Israel: Did Netanyahu's Summit fail with the Russian president? / Vladimir Putin parece preferir Irán a Israel: ¿Fracasó la cumbre de Netanyahu con el presidente ruso?




Prime Minister Biniamin Netanyahu recently met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the resort of Sochi on the shores of the Black Sea to internalize him about the gravity of the situation as a result of the strengthening of Iranian forces in Syria and Lebanon . "I conveyed to Putin the gravity of the issue and stressed that we will not allow it. All this is directed against us and we will not accept it. " Israel calls on Russia to take its side and prevent the strengthening of Iran in the neighboring region.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

HATE IN AMERICA / ODIO EN AMERICA


Charlottesville has become the heating up of the racial tension that has divided America since its Origins. President Donald Trump has made remarks that have brought to the surface a country divided with hate to spare. His comments has been out of the line, and has influence many people to comment or express their fears of this situation, but he is not the cause, nor the problem. The problems in America are the unhealed hearts of many Americans and their extreme views about their fellow citizens. 

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

The PNA sets conditions for resuming security coordination with Israel / La ANP pone condiciones para retomar la coordinación de seguridad con Israel

The Palestinian National Authority (PNA) has conditioned the resumption of security coordination with Israel, which froze during the "Al Aqsa crisis", a series of demands and the signing of new internal agreements, Palestinian sources told Efe on Friday.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Monday, July 17, 2017

UN accuses Israel of deteriorating humanitarian situation in Palestine / ONU acusa a Israel de deteriorar situación humanitaria en Palestina



During their visit, the experts also collected testimonies exposing intimidation and arrests of human rights defenders and journalists by the Israeli authorities.

Monday, July 10, 2017

Israel urges US to give up bilateral talks with Palestinians / Israel pide a EEUU que desista de negociaciones bilaterales con palestinos



Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman today called on the White House to cease any attempt to bring peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians to a close and focus on regional peace, on the same day that the special envoy of USA to this effect, Jason Greenblatt.

Monday, July 3, 2017

Israel confirms existence of Iranian weapons factory in Lebanon / Israel confirma la existencia de fábrica de armas iraní en el Líbano



The head of Israel Defense Forces Military Intelligence (Tzáhal) General Herzi Halevi confirmed the leaked report to a Kuwaiti daily about the existence of an Iranian arms factory in Lebanon.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Israel begins construction of colony in West Bank, first in 25 years / Israel inicia construcción de colonia en Cisjordania, primera en 25 años



Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote on Twitter: "After decades, I have the privilege of being the Prime Minister who builds a new colony in Judea-Samaria."

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Europe better understands Israel's challenges, says ambassador to Spain / Europa comprende mejor los desafíos de Israel, asegura su embajador en España



The scourge of jihadist terrorism is leading Europeans to a "greater understanding" of the threats facing Israel, according to Israeli ambassador to Spain, Daniel Kutner.

Monday, June 5, 2017

In Israel there are more bus lines on Saturday / En Israel hay más líneas de bus en sábado



The bus cooperatives on Saturday, Noa Tanua and Shabus announced the launch of two new lines, under their project "Yambus" (Yam is "sea" in Hebrew), one connecting Beersheba and the beaches of Ashkelon and the other connecting Rosh Hayin With leisure areas in Tel Aviv. The project has been made possible by the financial campaign organized by the cooperatives.

Monday, May 29, 2017

Israel is the safest place in the Middle East for a Muslim Arab " / Israel es el lugar más seguro de Oriente Medio para un árabe musulmán”


Bassem Eid: "Israel is the safest place in the Middle East for an Arab Muslim." Bassem Eid is Palestinian, Muslim, human rights activist, journalist ...Bassem Eid says the European propalestinos do not want to hear.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Minister of Israel meeting with Arab dignitaries in Ecuador / Ministro de Israel reunido públicamente con dignatarios árabes en Ecuador



Arab representatives with Minister Ayoob Kara in Ecuador Photo: @ayoobkara Twitter

For the first time, representatives of the Gulf countries met openly and publicly with an Israeli minister. The event took place during the ceremony of the inauguration of President Lenin Moreno in Ecuador. This is apparently one of the first fruits of the diplomatic move promoted by US President Donald Trump in the Middle East.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Netanyahu says Explanada and the Wall of Lamentations "will always be of Israel" / Netanyahu dice Explanada y el Muro de Lamentaciones "siempre serán de Israel"


(ENG)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today on the occasion of Jerusalem Day commemorating the capture of the Old City 50 years ago that the Temple Mount and the Wailing Wall will remain forever Under Israeli sovereignty. "

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Trump Commits to Peace in the Middle East without Submitting a Road Map / Trump se compromete con la paz en Oriente Próximo sin presentar una hoja de ruta

(ENG)
The president assures the Israeli and Palestinian leaders that he will do everything possible to reach an agreement


(Image) Donald Trump and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday in Bethlehem.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Gaza militants call for confrontation with Israel / Milicianos armados de Gaza llaman a la confrontación con Israel



(ENG)
With faces hidden behind masks, several militants called in a press conference today in Gaza City for Palestinians to go to areas bordering Israel to "confront" Israeli soldiers patrolling there.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

PANAMA CONGRATULATES THE STATE OF ISRAEL / PANAMÁ FELICITA AL ESTADO DE ISRAEL

 (ENG)
On behalf of the President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela and the Vice President and Chancellor Isabel de San Malo de Alvarado, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in charge, Leon Kadoch, expressed the warm message of congratulation, welfare and prosperity to the State of Israel and its citizens, on the occasion of the 69th anniversary of independence.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Israel is paralyzed by the 6 million exterminated Jews / Israel se paraliza por los 6 millones de judíos exterminados


Montaje creado Bloggif

Israel. Millions of Israelis totally paralyzed their activity and anti-aircraft sirens rang across the country to honor the six million Jews killed by Nazism in commemoration of the Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Minutes before 10 am (4 am in Venezuela), drivers stopped their vehicles, both in the cities and on the highways and freeways, from which they left to show in solemnity their respect for the deceased and their determination To keep his memory alive so that something like this will never be repeated.

The passers-by also stopped walking and kept two minutes of recollection, many of them visibly affected by such a painful memory.

"Today we are commemorating the victims of the Holocaust, the traffic stops, people stop doing their things, it is important not to forget that it will not happen again, it is a moment of great feeling, touching your soul and spirit" , Told Efe the Colombian Estella Gutierrez after keeping two minutes of silence standing.

"You remember the victims, the tragedies and all the perversity that we can have when we do not know the word of the Lord," added this young Jewish woman who has just emigrated to Israel.

To confirm that the nation does not forget or forget, this morning in the Israeli parliament read the names of dozens of victims at the ceremony "For every person there is a name," which was celebrated 28 years ago and led the President of the House , Yuli Edelstein, lighting a commemorative candle at the entrance of the official building and reading some souvenirs.

At the Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem (Yad Vashem), a flower offering was made at the monument to the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising at a ceremony attended by Israeli President Reuvén Rivlin, among others; The Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and members of the main state institutions and the diplomatic corps.

Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern, who is on an official visit to the country, also participated in the event and in his meeting with Rivlin yesterday, said his mother helped a Jewish couple in Vienna to hide from the Nazis.

"My grandmother worked at a Jewish family's house in Vienna, and when the Nazis came to power, they had to hide. My mother, eleven, brought them food and drink every day, until she found men from the Gestapo Entrance of the hiding place, "he said, digital Ynet reported today.

Kern called for increased efforts to keep the memory alive: "not only to honor the victims, but also for us, so that the next generation" defines in which society wants to live, he added.

Rivlin, for his part, warned that "anti-Semitism and fascism have not disappeared, neither in Austria nor in Europe," although he appreciated Kern's words "against intolerance and hatred."

Throughout the day many ceremonies will be held and the Yad Vashen Holocaust Studies International School will host groups of Israelis and foreigners and hold concerts and exhibitions around the genocide.

The organization Zikaron Basalon (Memories in the Hall) will carry out meetings in homes of individuals with survivors that narrate their experiences during World War II.

In Poland, in the first hour of this afternoon the March of the Living will begin, with the participation of survivors of the tragedy along with more than 10,000 young people from all over the world, who will walk the three kilometers separating Nazi extermination camps of Auschwitz And Birkenau, as a silent gesture in honor of those who died at the hands of Nazism.

On behalf of the Israeli Government will be attending Minister of Education and main partner of the ruling coalition, Naftali Benet, in addition to Supreme Court president Miriam Naor and Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot.

This afternoon, Rivlin will attend another event at the kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot, which will also include the former German president Joachim Gauk.

The International Association of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) promotes the campaign "We remember, we act", with which it reports that, according to its data, of the remaining 400,000 survivors, one third of those who reside In Israel and the USA. And a quarter of those in the former USSR "live their last days under the threshold of poverty", without sufficient access to food, medicine and heating.
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Montaje creado Bloggif

Israel. Millones de israelíes paralizaron totalmente su actividad y las sirenas antiaéreas sonaron en todo el país para honrar a los seis millones de judíos muertos por el nazismo en la conmemoración del Día de Recuerdo del Holocausto.

Minutos antes de las 10 a.m. (4 a.m. en el Venezuela), los conductores detuvieron sus vehículos, tanto en las ciudades como en las carreteras y autopistas, de los que salieron para mostrar en pie y con solemnidad su respeto a los fallecidos y su determinación a mantener viva su memoria para que algo así jamás se repita.

Los transeúntes también dejaron de caminar y guardaron dos minutos de recogimiento, muchos de ellos visiblemente afectados por un recuerdo tan doloroso.

"Hoy estamos conmemorando a las víctimas del Holocausto. Se para el tráfico, la gente deja de hacer sus cosas. Es importante no olvidar para que no vuelva a suceder. Es un momento de mucho sentimiento, que te toca el alma y el espíritu", señaló a Efe la colombiana Estella Gutiérrez tras mantener dos minutos de silencio en pie.

"Recuerdas las víctimas, las tragedias y toda la perversidad que podemos tener cuando no conocemos la palabra del Señor", añadió esta joven judía que acaba de emigrar a Israel.

Para confirmar que la nación no olvida ni olvidará, se leyeron esta mañana en el Parlamento israelí los nombres de decenas de víctimas en la ceremonia "Para cada persona hay un nombre", que se celebra hace 28 años y que encabezó el presidente de la Cámara, Yuli Edelstein, encendiendo una vela conmemorativa a la entrada del edificio oficial y leyendo unos salmos de recuerdo.

En el Museo del Holocausto de Jerusalén (Yad Vashem), se hizo una ofrenda de flores en el monumento del Levantamiento del Gueto de Varsovia, en un acto en el que participaron, entre otros, el presidente israelí, Reuvén Rivlin; el primer ministro, Benjamín Netanyahu, y miembros de las principales instituciones del Estado y del cuerpo diplomático.

El canciller austríaco, Christian Kern, que se encuentra de visita oficial en el país, también participó en el evento y en su encuentro con Rivlin, ayer, señaló que su madre ayudó a una pareja judía en Viena a esconderse de los nazis.

"Mi abuela trabajaba en casa de una familia judía en Viena y cuando los nazis llegaron al poder, se tuvieron que esconder. Mi madre, de once años, les llevaba comida y bebida todos los días, hasta que encontró hombres de la Gestapo a la entrada del escondite", señaló, según publicó hoy el digital Ynet.

Kern pidió que se aumenten los esfuerzos para mantener viva la memoria: "no solo para honrar a las víctimas, sino también por nosotros, para que la próxima generación" defina en qué sociedad quiere vivir, añadió.

Rivlin, por su parte, advirtió de que "el antisemitismo y el fascismo no han desaparecido, ni en Austria ni en Europa", si bien apreció las palabras de Kern "contra la intolerancia y el odio".

A lo largo de la jornada de se llevarán a cabo multitud de ceremonias y la Escuela Internacional de Estudios del Holocausto del Yad Vashen recibirá a grupos de israelíes y de extranjeros y celebrará conciertos y exposiciones en torno al genocidio.

La organización Zikaron Basalon (Memorias en el Salón) llevará a cabo encuentros en casas de particulares con supervivientes que narran sus vivencias durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

En Polonia, a primera hora de esta tarde se iniciará la Marcha de los Vivos, en la que participarán supervivientes de la tragedia junto a más de 10.000 jóvenes de todo el mundo, que caminarán los tres kilómetros que separan los campos de exterminio nazis de Auschwitz y Birkenau, como un gesto silencioso en honor a los que murieron a manos del nazismo.

En representación del Gobierno israelí asistirá el ministro de Educación y socio principal de la coalición gobernante, Naftali Benet, además de la presidenta del Tribunal Supremo, Miriam Naor, y el jefe del Estado Mayor, Gadi Eizenkot.

Esta tarde, Rivlin acudirá a otro acto en el kibutz Lohamei Hagetaot, en el que participará también el expresidente alemán Joachim Gauk.

La Asociación Internacional de Cristianos y Judíos (IFCJ, por su siglas en inglés) promueve la campaña "Nosotros recordamos, nosotros actuamos", con la que denuncia que, según sus datos, de los 400.000 supervivientes que quedan, un tercio de los que reside en Israel y EE.UU. y una cuarta parte de los de la antigua URSS "vive sus últimos días bajo el umbral de la pobreza", sin acceso suficiente a comida, medicina y calefacción.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Palestinians report that Israel does not allow visits by lawyers to strikers / Palestinos denuncian que Israel no permite visitas de abogados a huelguistas



Palestinian representatives denounced today that Israel has suspended the visits of the lawyers of the Palestinian inmates in Israeli prisons that they support the indefinite hunger strike to demand an improvement of their conditions.

Monday, April 17, 2017

A thousand Palestinian prisoners defy Israel by a hunger strike / Un millar de presos palestinos desafían a Israel con una huelga de hambre




Maruan Barguti, leader of the Second Intifada, leads the protest against conditions of detention


A massive protest by Palestinian prisoners against conditions of detention in Israeli prisons marked Monday the first chapter of the 50th anniversary commemoration of the occupation. The indefinite hunger strike has been convened by Maruan Barguti, leader of the Fatah nationalist party that headed the Second Intifada (2000-2005) and has been serving a life sentence for 15 years. Official Palestinian spokesmen raised to 1,500 the number of inmates who seconded the voluntary fast, while the Israeli prison service limited to 1,100 the number of inmates who had joined the strike in eight prisons.


A woman shows a portrait of a Palestinian prisoner in an Israeli jail during a protest rally in Ramallah this Monday.

From the Hadarim prison in central Israel, 57-year-old Maruan Barguti told a New York Times press conference that the hunger strike was aimed at "ending abuses in penitentiary centers" . "Israel has established a judicial apartheid that guarantees impunity for Israelis who have committed crimes against the Palestinians and who criminalizes the presence of the Palestinian resistance," says Barguti, whom Palestinian polls put first in the race to succeed Mahamud Abbas, 82, as president of the Palestinian Authority. "Prisoners suffer torture, degrading and inhuman treatment and lack of medical care, some have died during their detention," the Fatah leader said in the article.



In prisons located in the Jewish state and in detention centers located in the West Bank, a territory that has been militarily occupied since 1967, some 6,500 Palestinians are now in attendance, including 300 minors, 62 women and 13 members of the Legislative Council. Among the detainees are 23 patients in terminal condition, according to organizations supporting the inmates. President Abbas appealed in a statement to the international community to "save the lives of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails".

Half a thousand prisoners are also subject to the so-called regime of administrative detention, without formal accusation and which can be extended indefinitely. The Palestinian prison population in Israeli custody has risen sharply since October 2015, when a wave of violence erupted that has led to some 10,000 arrests in what has been called the Intifada of knives or solitary wolves.



This leader of Fatah, the main party of the Organization for the Liberation of Palestine, is the most valued politician for citizens, who consider him Nelson Mandela of the Palestinian cause and support him as future leader of an independent state. For Israel - which considers Barguti as the head of the Tanzim, the armed wing of Fatah - it is only a maximum security prisoner, sentenced to five life terms and 40 years in prison for terrorism.

The service of Israeli correctional institutions has begun to sanction disciplinary measures, such as gallery transfers, to the prisoners who support the protest. "The strikers will face serious consequences for participating in illegal activities," said a statement from the agency. Interior Security Minister Gilad Erdan has ordered riot forces to be on alert in prisons.

The head of the department responsible for the police has also asked the army to set up a field hospital near the Ketziot prison in the Negev desert to care for inmates who require medical care. The government wants to prevent prisoners from entering public health centers, where doctors refuse to implement legislation that allows, from 2015 onwards, force-fed hunger strikers whose lives are in danger.

The Interior Security Minister further believes that the protest "is motivated by Palestinian internal politics," and is interpreted as a tactical Barguti movement to gain prominence in Palestinian society. Depending on the evolution and duration of the hunger strike, security analyst Haartez Amos Harel warns of an escalation of violence such as the one that preceded the Gaza war of 2014, precisely in the context of a protest of prisoners.



"The strike that heads Barguti raises demands on prison conditions that are unreasonable," warned Erdan. The list of prisoners' demands includes the suspension of administrative detention and detention in isolation cells; The installation of a telephone booth and Arab satellite television in each prison gallery, and an increase in family visits.

International Amnesty reminds Israel that transferring prisoners out of an occupied territory violates the Fourth Geneva Convention on the Law of War. The restrictions that most Palestinians suffer in order to travel to Israel from Gaza and the West Bank often prevent detainees from maintaining contact with their families.

Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated in the afternoon in Gaza and the West Bank to commemorate the Day of the Prison, in memory of the 850,000 Palestinians who have gone through Israeli-held prisons during the last half century of occupation. It is about 40% of adult men, one-fifth of the population of Palestine.

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Maruan Barguti, líder de la Segunda Intifada, encabeza la protesta contra las condiciones de detención


Una masiva protesta de prisioneros palestinos contra las condiciones de detención en las cárceles israelíes ha marcado este lunes el primer capítulo de la conmoración de 50º aniversario de la ocupación. La huelga de hambre indefinida ha sido convocada por Maruan Barguti, dirigente del partido nacionalista Fatah que encabezó la Segunda Intifada (2000-2005) y que desde hace 15 años cumple condena a perpetuidad. Portavoces oficiales palestinos elevaron hasta 1.500 el número de reclusos que secundaron el ayuno voluntario, en tanto que el servicio de instituciones penitenciarias israelí limitó a 1.100la cifra de internos que se habían adherido a la huelga en ocho prisiones.


Una mujer muestra el retrato de un palestino preso en una cárcel israelí, durante una protesta celebrada en Ramala este lunes.

Desde el penal de Hadarim, en el centro de Israel, Maruan Barguti, de 57 años, aseguraba en una tribuna publicada este lunes por The New York Times que la huelga de hambre tiene como objetivo “poner fin a los abusos en los centros penitenciarios”. “Israel ha establecido un apartheid judicial que garantiza la impunidad para los israelíes que han cometido delitos contra los palestinos y que criminaliza la presencia de la resistencia palestina”, asevera Barguti, al que las encuestas palestinas colocan en primer lugar en la carrera para suceder a Mahamud Abbas, de 82 años, como presidente de la Autoridad Palestina. “Los prisioneros sufren torturas, tratos degradantes e inhumanos y falta de asistencia médica, algunos han muerto durante su detención”, acusaba el dirigente de Fatah en el artículo.



En prisiones situadas en el Estado hebreo y en centros de detención localizados en Cisjordania, territorio ocupado militarmente desde 1967, están ingresados en la actualidad unos 6.500 palestinos, en los que se incluyen 300 menores de edad, 62 mujeres y 13 diputados del Consejo Legislativo. Entre los detenidos hay 23 enfermos en estado terminal, según organizaciones de apoyo a los internos. El presidente Abbas apeló a través de un comunicado a la comunidad internacional a "salvar la vida de los presos palestinos en las cárceles israelíes".

Medio millar de prisioneros se hallan sometidos además al llamado régimen de detención administrativa, sin acusación formal y que puede prolongarse de forma indefinida. La población penitenciaria palestina bajo custodia de Israel ha aumentado notablemente desde octubre de 2015, cuando estalló una ola de violencia que ha provocado unas 10.000 detenciones en la que ha sido denominada Intifada de los cuchillos o de los lobos solitarios.



Este dirigente de Fatah, el principal partido de la Organización para la LIberación de Palestina, es el político más valorado por los ciudadanos, que le consideran el Nelson Mandela de la causa palestina y le apoyan como futuro líder de un Estado independiente. Para Israel –que considera a Barguti como jefe del Tanzim, el brazo armado del Fatah– se trata solo de un preso de máxima seguridad, condenado a cinco cadenas perpetuas más 40 años de cárcel por terrorismo.

El servicio de instituciones penitenciarias israelí ha empezado a sancionará con medidas disciplinarias, como traslados de galería, a los presos que secundan la protesta. “Los huelguistas afrontarán graves consecuencias por participar en actividades ilegales”, rezaba un comunicado del organismo. El ministro de Seguridad Interior, Gilad Erdan, ha ordenado que las fuerzas antidisturbios se sitúen en estado de alerta ante los recintos de las prisiones.

El titular del departamento responsable de la policía ha solicitado también al Ejército que instale un hospital de campaña cerca del penal de Ketziot, en el desierto del Negev, para atender a los internos que requieran cuidados médicos. El Gobierno quiere evitar que los reclusos ingresen en centros sanitarios públicos, donde los médicos se niegan a aplicar la legislación que permite desde 2015 alimentar a la fuerza a los huelguistas de hambre cuya vida esté en peligro.

El ministro de Seguridad Interior cree además que la protesta “está motivada por la política interna palestina”, y es interpretada como un movimiento táctico de Barguti para ganar protagonismo en la sociedad palestina. En función de la evolución y duración de la huelga de hambre, el analista de seguridad del diario Haartez Amos Harel alerta ante una eventual escalada de violencia como la que precedió a la guerra de Gaza de 2014, precisamente en el marco de una protesta de presos.



“La huelga que encabeza Barguti plantea demandas sobre las condiciones penitenciarias que no son razonables”, advirtió Erdan. La lista de reivindicaciones de los presos incluye la suspensión de las detenciones administrativas y del internamiento en celdas de aislamiento; la instalación de una cabina de teléfono y de televisión árabe vía satélite en cada galería de los penales, y un incremento de las visitas de familiares.

Amnistía Internacional recuerda a Israel que trasladar presos fuera de un territorio ocupado viola la Cuarta Convención de Ginebra sobre derecho de guerra. Las restricciones que sufren la mayoría de los palestinos para poder viajar a Israel desde Gaza y Cisjordania impiden en muchas ocasiones que los detenidos mantengan el contacto con sus familias.

Miles de palestinos se manifestaron por la tarde en Gaza y Cisjordania para conmemorar el Día del Preso, en recuerdo de los 850.000 palestinos que han pasado por cárceles controladas por Israel durante el último medio siglo de ocupación. Se trata de un 40% de los hombres adultos, de una quinta parte de la población de Palestina.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

A plan to connect Israel with the Arab nations through a rail network / Planean conectar Israel con las naciones árabes a través de una red de ferrocarriles



The Israeli Transport Minister presented his initiative to connect Israel with Jordan and Saudi Arabia, establishing a plan that will allow easy, safe and cheap access to the Mediterranean Sea for the Arab countries.

Monday, April 3, 2017

Lebanese Premier: Israel wants a new war with Lebanon / Premier libanés: Israel quiere una nueva guerra con El Líbano


Pic: Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri during a press conference in Beirut, capital, October 20, 2016.

(ENG)
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has reiterated from France that recent Israeli actions reflect a desire for future conflicts with Lebanon.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Israel asks its citizens to avoid traveling to Sinai / Israel solicita a sus ciudadanos que eviten viajar al Sinaí



(ENG)
Israel on Tuesday issued a grim warning about travel to its citizens, whom it recommended avoiding the Egyptian peninsula of Sinai.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Israel rejects requests to cease arms sales to Myanmar / Israel rechaza peticiones para cesar la venta de armas a Myanmar



(ENG)
The Israeli regime rejected a petition by 10 Israeli activists and lawyers calling for a halt to the sale of arms to the Government of Myanmar (Burma).

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Japan eliminates Israel and reach the semi-finals of the Classic / Japón elimina a Israel y alcanza las semifinales del Clásico


(ENG)
Yoshitomo Tsutsugoh opened the chalkboard with a homer in the sixth inning to lead the Japanese to the third round for the fourth time, now they wait to face the second of the Group

Monday, March 6, 2017

Israel beats South Korea in ten innings / Israel se impuso a Corea del Sur en diez entradas


(ENG)
With Major League commissioner Rob Manfred at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, the Israel team managed to break the tie in the 10th inning.

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