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IDF Order Will Enable Mass Deportation From West Bank

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posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 01:21 PM
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I think this is related...

Rare meeting between senior Hamas, Fatah figures held in Gaza


www.ynetnews.com...

- Time to link up.




posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 01:31 PM
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Hell, Germany bombed Yugoslavia - Serbia 3x in words, THREE TIMES in this century alone and committed the most horrific atrocities on Slavs like Serbs, Russians, Poles.. But what we did is stood up and fought with every single molecule in our bodies. Our history is full of bad memories of wars since Roman times, through Ottomans for 500 years, Austro-Hungary, Axis, Germany 3 times, another atrocity by NATO-NAZI in '99 etc..
Never ends just because we are on the crossroads of the political winds and whims.
All you can do is stand and fight or bend over like Jews did in a WWII and then with the father of terrorism (Ben Gurion) formed a new state that never belonged to them with a "blessing" from UK, France and USA.
Just because they got a country by terrorism doesn't make them theirs.
It's Palestine and everyone lived in Palestine for centuries even under Romans.
Only under zionist leadership and genocidal policy there seem to be no room for anyone but "pure Jews" in Palestine!
It's just beyond belief that those People who inhabited Palestine for 3 thousand years are being chucked out of their own fatherland by force in 21st century and nobody gives a rats ass about it, yet again!
Abolish UN, NATO, IMF, EU and monetary system and world be a way better place.
Of course, simultaneous surgical precision attack on all israeli weapons of mass destruction, HQ, Army and IDF has to be conducted in order to stop this silent genocide which is ongoing for the past 60 years now.



posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 01:45 PM
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Genocide lol? The Palestinians are one of the fastest (yes) growing populations on Planet Earth................... There is no genocide!

The Jews were minority population all over Europe and were treated worse than Serbs, they were entirely sent to the death camps or murdered on sight, unlike Serbs. They had no national organisational history like Serbs, they had no weapons unlike Serbs, fact is they had no chance against a murder regime and were not centralised as a people like Serbs, they were the odd local here and there. Remember the Slavs were deemed slaves to be used until they died, Jews were killed straight away.

Anyway please remember, Jews did fight off the Nazis under Russian banner many had their revenge and beat Nazis back to Berlin, when they had the chance they fought back with Russia and USA and took their revenge on Germany in 1945.



posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 02:11 PM
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Seems like fatah and hamas may be trying to patch up their differences.


Abu Zaida said the meeting was possible due to the fact that he and Hamas are "childhood friends." Both men reside in the Jabalya refugee camp. According to him, some Hamas figures have expressed a strong desire to reconcile with Fatah.


www.ynetnews.com...

I wonder if the deportation order was discussed-I expect it was.
maybe they feel the need to be united in these times when it appears things are about to escalate (IMO).



posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 03:07 PM
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Fayyad: New IDF orders threaten to empty West Bank of Palestinians



The Palestinian leadership on Monday protested against Israeli military orders that could see tens of thousands of Palestinians deported from the West Bank.

On Sunday Haaretz revealed that a new military order aimed at preventing infiltration will come into force this week, enabling the deportation of tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank, or their indictment on charges carrying prison terms of up to seven years.

The measure, due to come into force on Tuesday, "threatens the emptying of large areas of land from its Palestinian inhabitants," Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said in a statement.

Ten Israeli human rights organizations have appealed to Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak to freeze the orders, which were issued on October 13, 2009, with the provision they come into force within six months.

The military orders class people living in the West Bank without the proper documentation as "infiltrators".

www.haaretz.com...

Order goes back to last october - waiting there - just to be used on right moment... And day of Shoa was that?



posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 03:33 PM
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Agreements are done. I think its not because of any peace to come, but Hamas has continued its lonely battle against Israel - and its actions has been obstacle to unite palestinians as one. I see that Hamas has seen the problem too, and their lonely battle needs to stop for much greater force to emerge.

Why Iron Dome was never placed around Gaza? Because that would have stop the rain of Quassams and mortars, which has given to Israel permission to make their butal policies all around the region, it has been excuse to everything what has happen.

Now when Israel will loose their excuse, you think that will change their policies in occupied areas? Or change this order from happening?

No - but it will show clearly to all Arab nation where Zionist right wing policies are heading with, or without any excuses. That will gather great forces behind palestinians - it will help rearm all factions and in the eyes of international community Israel will seen as aggressor, finally.

Gaza militant: Hamas stopping rocket fire into Israel



Hamas is forcing other Gaza Palestinian factions to guarantee they do not launch rockets or mortar bombs at Israel, a source told the French AFP news agency on Monday.

The source, a member of the Strip's Islamic Jihad militant group, told AFP that members of Hamas' security force arrested four Islamic Jihad militants, forcing them to sign a document stating that they pledged not to fire Qassam missiles or mortar bombs at Israel.

The official added that the Hamas men also confiscated the weapons found on the Islamic Jihad militants.

www.haaretz.com...

Like I said in time of Cast Lead - small mortar fire from Gaza is just that needed false flag to wage war against all palestinians, and I think Israel will do anything to provocate Hamas to continue this lonely fight, which has kept Fatah and PLO away from it, and has given "right" to vontinue its brutal occupation.

Regular Israeli would be glad from this news, but I think government of Israel is not.

[edit on 12-4-2010 by JanusFIN]



posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 04:00 PM
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Originally posted by JanusFIN

Agreements is done. I think its not because of any peace to come, but Hamas has continued its lonely battle against Israel - and its actions has been obstacle to unite palestinians as one. I see that Hamas has seen the problem too, and their lonely battle needs to stop for much greater force to emerge.

Why Iron Dome was never placed around Gaza? Because that would have stop the rain of Quassams and mortars, which has given to Israel permission to make their butal policies all around the region, it has been excuse to everything what has happen.


You are right,its not because of any peace to come.Rather fatah and Hamas may be uniting to attempt to fight the deportation I think.

Something that serious must be at the top of their agenda at the meeting I think.

What ever they decide,this is not going to turn out well IMO.
How can it?



posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 07:02 PM
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Hello,
This may come as weird, or maybe off-topic.
After Yasser Arafat died, did anyone step in to fill his shoes? Has the PLO disintegrated? Is this why it's so easy for Israel to walk all over the Palestinians rights as a sovereign nation? Are they no longer a sovereign nation?



posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 07:23 AM
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Latest from this issue:

Israel defends West Bank ID policy







Israel has defended a new policy that critics say could allow the Israeli military to expel tens of thousands of Palestinians from their own homes.

The new legislation, signed off six months ago and due to be implemented on Tuesday, amends an existing order from 1969 to prevent infiltration into the country.

The military policy now stipulates that all Palestinians in the occupied West Bank not carrying what Israel deems a valid identity card can be classified as "infiltrators", and as such, could face deportation or up to seven years in prison.

The Israeli military order does not specify what would be accepted as valid identification.

Mark Regev, a spokesman for the Israeli government, denied that the amended measure was aimed at expelling Palestinians, but instead, said it would safeguard their rights.

"What we've done here is we've strengthened the rights of people who face such deportation by creating ... an independent judicial oversight mechanism, which makes sure there are checks and balances and that the legal rights of people are protected," he told Al Jazeera.

Under the old order, those served with deportation orders could be deported the same day, whereas the new amendments provide a 72-hour appeal period, he said.

english.aljazeera.net...



posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 08:04 AM
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Mark Regev, a spokesman for the Israeli government, denied that the amended measure was aimed at expelling Palestinians, but instead, said it would safeguard their rights. "What we've done here is we've strengthened the rights of people who face such deportation by creating ... an independent judicial oversight mechanism, which makes sure there are checks and balances and that the legal rights of people are protected," he told Al Jazeera. Under the old order, those served with deportation orders could be deported the same day, whereas the new amendments provide a 72-hour appeal period, he said.


Here's what this sounded like under the Nazi regime... (Quoting myself)



Himler, one of Hitler's aides, denied that the new laws were preventing Jews from living in Germany. "These new measures would instead protect their rights by establishing a summary hearing in which an independent soldier will determine whether or not they should live or die depending on their faith. This makes sure that there are checks and balance and that the Aryan race's rights are protected. Some will get papers and executed immediately and some will be taken to camps where they will be worked until they die or killed within 72 hours..."


3 Reich Israeli style...

Magnum



posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 12:28 PM
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Arab League slams new Israeli plot




Hundreds of Palestinians hold a rally against a new Israeli threat to expel West Bank residents after the Arab League declared full support for their resistance.

Palestinians attended the sit-in demonstration on Tuesday after the 22-member Arab organization called on them to resist any order that could cause their expulsion from their homeland.

"Smash Israeli apartheid, free Palestine," chanted more than 200 demonstrators in the center of the West Bank city of Ramallah.

In a statement released Tuesday, the Arab League in Cairo pledged "full support for Palestinian steps in the occupied territories to resist" any order related to the regime's new plan for the expulsion of thousands of residents from the territory.

www.presstv.com...



posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 09:11 AM
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Islamists see Israeli military order as "direct threat" to Jordan




Amman - A Jordanian Islamist political party Tuesday said an Israeli military decision that could mean the expulsion of tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank posed a 'direct threat' to the Hashemite Kingdom.

'A plan by the Zionist occupation authorities to expel thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank represents a direct threat to Jordan,' Hassan Thuneibat, of the Islamic Action Front (IAF), Jordan's largest opposition group.

www.monstersandcritics.com...




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