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Samstag, 24. Oktober 2020 - 15:23

Gedanken von Felicia Langer
am Internationalen Solidaritätstag der UNO für die Palästinenser:
"Ein Haus in den Blumen" - Die Vergangenheit und die Gegenwart


Israel zerstört die Häuser von Palästinensern heutzutage als eine Kollektivstrafe. Es ist nicht das einzige Kriegsverbrechen, das Israel begeht. Jahrelang habe ich auch dagegen juristisch gekämpft.

Ich erinnere mich an das erste zerstörte Haus, das ich in Nablus im Jahre 1968 gesehen habe. Und ich möchte diese Erinnerung so, wie ich sie in einem meiner Bücher beschrieben habe, mit dem Leser teilen: "Ein Haus in den Blumen." Tausende von Häusern wurden seit jenem Tag im Jahre 1968 in die Luft gesprengt, an dem ich auf dem Hügel stand, der sich in Nablus neben den Ruinen des kleinen Hauses von Hamsi Tukan erhebt. Es war ein schönes, geräumiges Haus mit Blumenbeeten an beiden Seiten der Stufen, die zum Haus hinaufführten.

Der alte Tukan deutete auf die Trümmerhaufen dessen, was vor wenigen Tagen noch sein Haus gewesen war. Die gepflegten Blumenbeete waren von Betonbrocken zermalmt, und nur hier und da waren noch ein paar verwelkte Blumen zu erspähen. Er sinnierte darüber, was ihm angetan worden war, und wir blickten auf das Werk einer perfiden Bestrafung, die aufgrund von Vergehen erfolgte, die Tukans verhaftetem Sohn zugeschrieben wurden. Wir ahnten damals nicht, daß diese Maßnahme später vom Obersten Gericht legalisiert werden sollte.

Ich verspürte den übermächtigen Drang, Tukan zu sagen, dass dies nicht das einzige Gesicht meines Volkes sei. So entstand die erste Spalte "Aus meinem Tagebuch", die in "Zo Haderech" und in "Al Ittihad" unter dem Titel "An meinen Bruder Hamsi Tukan" veröffentlicht wurde. Der Tag würde kommen, an dem Tukan ein neues Haus bauen und wieder Blumen pflanzen könnte, die in allen Farben blühen würden.

Einige Tage nach der Veröffentlichung, als ich gegen Abend nach Hause zurückkehrte, hörte ich plötzlich ein Geschrei aus dem gegenüberliegenden Haus, das, als ich bereits zu meiner Wohnung hinaufging, immer lauter wurde. "Da schau sie an, dieses Miststück, diese Verräterin! Dieser dreckige Araber ist ihr Bruder! Soll sie doch zu ihm nach Nablus gehen, wir brauchen sie hier nicht!"

Das Schreien lockte die Nachbarn auf ihre Balkone, und wenn jemand noch nicht gewußt hatte, wovon die Rede war, so erhielt er von der schreienden Nachbarin und ihrem Mann, der sie dabei unterstützte, Aufklärung: "Sie schreibt, dass dieser Terrorist aus Nablus ihr Bruder ist und nennt sich auch noch Jüdin!"

Ich trat mit meinem 15jährigen Sohn Michael, der ganz blaß vor Aufregung war, auf den Balkon hinaus. Die Gesichter meiner Nachbarn waren hassverzerrt, wie ich es noch nie gesehen hatte. Ich versuchte etwas zu sagen, aber meine Worte gingen in der Flut von Beschimpfungen und den hysterischen Schreien unter.

"Verschwinde aus diesem Hause", brüllten sie, "wir dulden nicht, daß Du hier wohnst! Möchtest Du, daß wir diesem Araber Blumen pflanzen? Du kannst solche wie die hier auf deinem Grab haben!" Und sie zeigten auf die gepflegten Beete in meinem Hofanteil. Manche Nachbarn stimmten in die Beschimpfungen mit ein, manche schauten nur zu und lauschten. Niemand intervenierte zu meinen Gunsten. Ich zog mich zurück und machte Bestandsaufnahme. Mein Mann war im Ausland, ich mußte selber ihrer Herr werden, mich rasch an die Polizei wenden, Anzeige erstatten und um Schutz bitten.

"Wie kommen wir hier raus, Mama?" fragte Michael. "Sie wollen dir etwas antun." "Sie werden es nicht wagen", sagte ich zu ihm und wir gingen hinaus. Der Gang entlang dem Pfad zwischen den Häusern bis zur Straße ähnelte einem Spießrutenlauf in der zaristischen Armee. Flüche und Schreie begleiteten uns bis auf die Straße hinaus. Von der Polizeiwache kehrten wir in >>>

BDS-Aktionen zum Internationalen Solidaritätstag mit dem palästinensischen Volk - Anläßlich des Internationalen Solidaritätstages mit dem palästinenischen Volk fanden am 28. November 2015 BDS Aktionen in Berlin, Bonn und Hamburg statt. Die Aktionen richteten sich gegen Edeka, Galeria Kaufhof und Budnikowsky, die Produkte von Firmen verkaufen, die von der israelischen Politik von Kolonisation, Apartheid und Besatzung profitieren. >>>

Gaza - Ein Rückblick auf die letzten 15 Jahre

Investigation of Abu Khdeir murder tainted by racism, police incompetence - Lisa Goldman - Between shoddy work and a culture of racism toward Palestinians, it is no wonder that the police failed to prevent the brutal murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir.

On Wednesday night, Israel’s Channel 10 broadcast a one-hour investigative report that delves deeply into the circumstances surrounding the murder of 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdeir. Last July three Jewish Israelis, a 29-year-old man and two teenage boys, abducted Abu Khdeir into their car from a main street near his home in the East Jerusalem neighborhood Shuafat, beat him and drove him to a nearby wooded area where they burned him alive. Arrested and interrogated by police, the three suspects confessed to and re-enacted the murder, which they said was in revenge for the murders of three Jewish boys abducted by Hebron-area men who were linked to Hamas.

The abduction and immolation of Mohammed Abu Khdeir shocked Israelis and was the catalyst for violent demonstrations in East Jerusalem. Riot police responded by invading East Jerusalem and using crowd control methods ranging from tear gas and rubber bullets to severe beatings and mass arrests. The Gaza War distracted attention from the situation in Jerusalem for a while, but the violence never really abated. In recent weeks the situation has deteriorated even further, with the city now caught in a worrying cycle of violence that feels very combustible. Lone Palestinians have carried out stabbings and deliberate hit-and-runs against Jewish civilians, while paramilitary police have responded with increasing violence. Gunfire, tear gas beatings and mass arrests continue every night, into the pre-dawn hours.

Journalist Yisrael Rosner investigative report into the Abu Khdeir murder is presented — in Jerusalem, rather than from Channel 10′s Tel Aviv-area studios — by Raviv Drucker and Razi Barkai, both prominent veteran journalists. Summing up at the end, Drucker boils the story down to two elements: police incompetence and an ingrained culture of racism toward Palestinians. >>>

Dozens Injured in Clashes Across West Bank, Kindergarten Raided - Dozens of Palestinians were injured Sunday, during clashes with Israeli forces across the occupied West Bank, while at least 29 Palestinians were kidnapped by Israeli forces, overnight. Dozens were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets at the northern entrance of al-Bireh, according to WAFA Palestinian News & Info Agency. -

Following a peaceful rally called for by the Fateh movement and national factions, which took off from the center of Ramallah to commemorate the International Day of Solidarity with Palestinians, clashes broke out between protestors and Israeli forces.

The Secretary of Fateh in Ramallah and al-Bireh, Mwaffaq Suhwahil, asserted that the event is a clear message to Israel that 'Fateh’ and the Palestinian people will continue to fight against the occupation until the establishment of independent state of Palestine with Jerusalem as its capital.'

Meanwhile, Israeli forces raided a kindergarten in Beit Ummar, to the south of Hebron, according to a local official.

Spokesperson of the anti settlement popular committee in Beit Ummar, Mohammed Awad, said that armed Israeli soldiers raided the kindergarten at dawn, after breaking down its main front door and windows. >>>

Artistes palestiniens sous occupation : Abdullah Alrozzi à Gaza  - Abdullah Alrozzi - This is the first presentation of a series of Palestinian artists whose life and work under Israeli occupation deserve to be known and show to many people who tend to say "we should not mix culture and politics" why we campaign for the cultural boycott of the Israeli occupyer.


"First, we the people of the Palestinians,and artists live with bitter reality because of the Israeli occupation. And we are exposed directly to the Israeli racist practices of killing, destruction, displace the and detention and the dimensions of the siege and an apartheid.

And I live in the Gaza Strip will talk about artists Gaza. And artists in the Gaza Strip give birth art from the womb of suffering.

Despite successive wars and security conditions unstable economic conditions harsh, but the culture and art wheel spin and circle artists are growing and expanding and during the 7 years prior art exhibitions and cultural dramatically growing, we did not expect.

Most of the young artists has no source of income and rely on the assistance to be provided to them from national or foreign institutions, a few opportunities. Many artists resort to works of art simple inexpensive, and some artists use the natural resources or raw materials available in the surrounding environment.

Artists resorted to the use of remnants of the occupation directly. And some of the artists paints traditional techniques, there are new groups have emerged paint graffiti art and painting a mural public art.

We can not travel and move freely outside the borders of the Gaza Strip and we are trying to deliver our production over social networking sites. >>>

Israel’s most repressive law is about to get worse - Amjad Iraqi - Using the Emergency Regulations to outlaw Palestinian political movements is a preview of what’s coming.

In June 1951, member of Knesset and future prime minister Menachem Begin participated in a meeting of the Knesset’s Constitutional, Law, and Justice Committee on whether Israel should adopt administrative detentions as a legitimate security practice. During the discussions, Begin gave a scathing criticism of the Emergency Regulations of 1945, the British law that permitted detentions without charges or trial during its colonial administration of Mandate Palestine:

If we accept the Committee members’ definition of ‘emergency,’ then in all honesty, we would have to admit that it applies in the State of Israel…forever … You are saying that we must reconcile ourselves — with all that ‘emergency’ ostensibly implies — to the long-term presence of tyrannical, fascistic laws. — Menachem Begin, June 11, 1951 (Source: Israel Democracy Institute)

Despite Begin’s criticisms in the forum, the Knesset decided to keep the Emergency Regulations as a part of Israel’s legal system, under the pretext that the newly-formed country was still in a state of war and should therefore hold on to the extensive security powers that the law provided. >>>

Under cover of Shabbat, settlers invade Palestinian property in Hebron - Neither the army nor the police bat an eyelid when settlers set up shop in the front yard of a privately-owned Palestinian home for an entire weekend. - Michael Salisbury-Corech

Dozens of settlers in Hebron took over the front yard of the home of well-known local Palestinian nonviolent activist Issa Amro over the weekend. Israeli soldiers remained with the settlers for over 24 hours, guarding them as they slept, prayed, and ate — all the while blocking the entrance to the house.

Amro rents the house from its Palestinian owner, using it as the community center for the “Youth Against Settlements” organization, which teaches local Palestinian youth about nonviolent resistance.

The settlers were eventually forced to leave Saturday evening when police arrived and declared the area a “closed military zone.” The Palestinians — aside from Amro — were forcibly removed from the premises, after which the >>>

13-year old Palestinian Boy has Court Appearance; Trial will Begin in January - Celine Hagbard - A 13-year old Palestinian boy accused of stabbing and wounding a 13-year old Israeli boy had a court appearance Thursday. On October 11th, Ahmad Manasra was run over by a car and beaten nearly to death by a group of Israelis, then subjected to brutal interrogation with no lawyer or parent present.

Ahmad Manasra's lawyer presented evidence contradicting the Israeli government's claims that the boy stabbed an Israeli. The boy himself has no memory of carrying out the attack, and no eyewitnesses have linked him directly to the attack. Video footage of the stabbing of the 13-year old Israeli boy being stabbed on his bicycle does not show the assailant. A 20-year old Israeli was also wounded in the attack.

A video of Ahmad lying injured and bloody on the ground after being hit by the car was uploaded to social media and went viral. In the footage, a settler onlooker can clearly be heard saying: "Die, you son of a whore! Die!", while another tells the police officer to shoot the boy until he dies.

During an earlier court hearing, on November 10th, Ahmad's lawyer testified that “Ahmed admits he took part in the event but does not admit the stabbings. He did not intend to murder anyone, only to scare. He even tried to dissuade his cousin from stabbing the boy.” >>>

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