World’s youngest prisoner released from Israeli jails [English & Spanish]
Days of Palestine, West Bank -Israeli occupation released on Sunday at noon the world’s youngest prisoner Dima al-Wawi, 12, after spending 75 days in illegal detention.
The 12-year-old Palestinian girl was convicted of attempting to stab an Israeli soldier and illegal possession of a knife by an Israeli military court in February. According to the indictment, she set out to stab an Israeli soldier, but was apprehended at the entrance to the settlement of Karmei Tzur, where a knife was found in her possession.
Israeli Army Giving Its Soldiers a License to Kill
Shoot to kill. Not to apprehend, not to wound. To kill. This is the ethos of the IDF 2016.
Israeli soldiers surround the body of one of the two Palestinians who were killed after attacking a soldier in Hebron, March 24, 2016.AFP
IDF soldiers are called on to kill Palestinian children. Kill, soldiers, kill. Nothing bad will happen to you if you tear the body of a fleeing Palestinian teenager to shreds by firing three bullets at him from short range – your commanders and Yair Lapid will cheer you. Shoot the stone throwers with no fear, shoot anyone suspicious, as long as he’s Palestinian.
Responsables israelíes proponen asesinar a activistas del Boicot a Israel
por Los otros Judios
El presidente israelí, Reuven Rivlin (izda.), ofrece un discurso durante la conferencia denominada ‘Stop BDS’, celebrada en Al-Quds, 28 de marzo de 2016.
Responsables israelíes indignados con la campaña internacional de boicot a Israel exigen cualquier medida, incluso asesinar a los seguidores de ese movimiento propalestino, para detener su creciente avance.
El asunto fue discutido el lunes en la ciudad palestina de Al-Quds (Jerusalén), donde un gran número de responsables políticos, militares y periodistas israelíes participó en una conferencia denominada ‘Stop BDS’ o “Paren al BDS”, por las siglas del movimiento internacional de Boicot, Desinversión y Sanciones (BDS) contra Israel, que denuncia la ocupación de Palestina.
Aunque las autoridades israelíes suelen menoscabar los efectos negativos que ha tenido ese boicot mundial antisraelí para la economía de este régimen, la celebración del evento del lunes bastaba para demostrar la eficacia del movimiento.
Life in the camp is tough, but at least the war is far’: Palestinians flee Syria for Shatila refugee camp
It is hard to find one Palestinian in Lebanon who doesn’t dream of returning to Palestine. Both elders and youngsters, it doesn’t matter if they have never been there, keep claiming their right to return to the houses of their parents or grandparents (of which most of them still hold the keys), and there is a very solid reason behind such an inveterate claim, as some Palestinian explains: “After more than 60 years, they (the Lebanese authorities) still treat us like dogs”. This is what the Palestinians who fled from Syria are experiencing now.