Just days after the brutal murder of an IDF soldier by his Palestinian ‘friend’ working in Israel without permit, Ynet films dozens of Palestinians crossing into Israel illegally from same area murderer entered Israel from.
Security establishment aware of issue, but unable….unwilling to properly respond.
By Yoav Zitun & Attila Somfalvi
Sergeant Tomer Hazan was murdered Friday at the hands of his friend Nidal Amar – an illegal alien who unlawfully entered Israel. However, even this tragic event has failed to stop the endless flow of Palestinians infiltrating into Israel from the West Bank.
Palestinians cross into Israel – Photo: Uri Davidovich, Asi Cohen, Yogev Atias
Ynet’s cameras captured dozens of Palestinians crossing into Israel without hindrance through the border fence in the exact same area from which Hazan’s murderer originated. Continue Reading »
Arab protesters break huge hole in Israel’s security barrier, cross into Jerusalem & are welcomed with rubber bullets by Israel Border Guard.
Dozens of Arab men held a protest Friday against the security barrier that runs between Abu Dis and Jerusalem.
‘Returning’ from Israel after being fired at with rubber bullets – Screenshot
As part of the protest, the men took large hammers and created a gaping hole in the wall. Several men used the hole to enter Jerusalem without going through a security checkpoint.
The protest was part of the “Nakba Day” events in which Arabs mourn the creation of the state of Israel. Continue Reading »
A Palestinian rights organization al-Haq & Dutch lawyer had petitioned the Dutch courts to prosecute Lima Holding B.V. for war crimes for providing equipment for constructing Israel’s ‘Security Wall’.
Dutch authorities say they will not prosecute a company for renting out equipment used to construct Israel’s West Bank separation fence.
Children walking in front of a mural painted on the West Bank separation fence, -. Photo: Reuters
A Dutch lawyer and Palestinian rights organization al-Haq had asked the Dutch to prosecute Lima Holding B.V. for war crimes for providing the equipment.
In a statement Tuesday, the National Prosecutions Office said that investigations revealed that Lima, known in the Netherlands as Riwal, rented cranes and aerial platforms that were used in construction work in the occupied territories. Continue Reading »
Jewish volunteers from Jerusalem help their Arab neighbors from al-Walaja create a better life for themselves.
Resident: It helps our children distinguish between our ‘oppressors’ and allies.
By NTD Television
The Palestinian village of al-Walaja was re-established after the War of Independence in 1948 on a mountain ridge overlooking the remnants of the original village abandoned in Israel.
Construction of West Bank barrier (archives) – Photo: Reuters
As attacks on Israel increased, a military embargo followed, making life harder for the villagers. The Israeli West Bank security barrier being built will isolate the village from Jerusalem and separate the residents from their farmland. Continue Reading »
New Zealand Super Fund excludes 3 Israeli firms on ethical grounds
By NZHerald BusinessDesk
The $20 billion New Zealand Superannuation Fund has excluded three Israeli companies from its portfolio on ethical grounds because of their involvement in illegal settlements and the security wall.
The fund’s investments in the firms were insubstantial. Some $9,744 was held in Africa Israel and its subsidiary Danya Cebus, which had been involved in building Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
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The ‘wall’, here on the edge of Abu Dis, is ugly and intrusive, but succeeded in halting the dozens of suicide bomber that murdered hundreds & maimed thousands prior to its construction.