Archive | November 1st, 2019

Palestine: Nazi Gestapo arrested 7 Palestinians and confiscated money

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Occupied West Bank:  Nazi occupation forces arrested at dawn and Wednesday night, a number of young men during raids in different parts of the occupied West Bank.

A spokesman for the Israeli army said in a statement that his forces arrested overnight seven Palestinians from different parts of the West Bank and took them to interrogation centers.

Nazi forces also seized tens of thousands of shekels during raids on houses in the town of Silwad in Ramallah.

The Nazi occupation forces, arrested on Tuesday evening, a prisoner freed from the town of Beit Ummar north of Hebron.

According to local sources, the occupation forces arrested the captive editor Iyad Bassam Khalil Zaqik (44 years) while passing through the checkpoint “Container”, which is located northeast of Bethlehem.

Father of captive Labadi: My daughter is vulnerable to martyrdom at any moment

For the 165th time .. Occupation demolish the village of Al-Araqib in the occupied Negev

Belgian police find 12 Arab migrants inside a refrigerator truck

Video teacher burns her university degrees and leave teaching and send a message to the winter

A sub-tropical storm in the Eastern Mediterranean How will it affect Palestine?

Weather Update in Palestine

Hebrew sources: Ashtayyeh threatened to resign because Faraj and Sheikh intervened in the decision to stop importing calves

Amjad al-Deek and his companions snatched with spoons “7 months of freedom

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Again .. Occupation demolishes the home of the family “Qaher Aldvdovan” camp Amari

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Nazi occupied Ramallah: The Israeli occupation forces demolished the house of Al-Hajja Latifa Abu Hameed “Umm Nasser” in Al-Amari refugee camp in Al-Bireh.

In the details, our correspondent confirmed that the Nazi army forces stormed the camp south of Ramallah and Al-Bireh.The soldiers entered the roofs of a number of buildings and houses after they stormed, and less than a quarter of an hour after the occupation paid huge additional reinforcements to the area, including dozens of military jeeps accompanied by bulldozers.

In the same context, clashes erupted in more than one area inside and around the camp to coincide with the demolition of the house, during which Nazi soldiers fired sound and gas bombs heavily.

The occupation imposed a tight military cordon on the perimeter of neighborhoods near the house of the family of Abu Hamid, and prevent journalists from covering the crime of demolition closely.

On the other hand, local sources reported that the occupation arrested the young Hossam Khader al-Wawi during the raid.

It is noteworthy that the occupation demolished the family home last year under the pretext of the implementation of the son of Islam, the killing of a soldier of the elite enemy “Defdovan”, and re-demolished again today under the pretext of “preventing the reconstruction of destroyed houses.”

The prisoner Islam Abu Hamid revenge for his brothers martyr and prisoners to kill the enemy soldier, “Ronin Lubarxe” by throwing a large piece of marble on him on the fifth of May last year.

It is noteworthy that the unit “Dodfan” Israeli assassinated the brother of the prisoner Islam – martyr Abdel Moneim “in 1994.

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For the sake of maximum .. Prisoners Asafra tell the details of the killing of a settler near Bethlehem

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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The newspaper “Yediot Aharonot” killing settler “Dvir Surik” details near settlement “Migdal Oz” south Bethlehem during the month August, and the occupation arrested Captured Nasir and Qasim Asafrah of Hebron for murdering Nazi Jewish settler.

According to Zionist newspaper Yediot Aharonot” , the prisoner Qassem was driving the car at the moment of the operation, and said during his interrogation with the Shin Bet that the news at Al-Aqsa Mosque had been with him for several months, where the occupation prevents the Palestinians from praying at Al-Aqsa while allowing Nazi Jewish settlers to storm it, as well as the continued settlement in the West Bank, therefore, Qassem wishes To quote for these issues .

Nassir, who stabbed the settler with several knife stabs that led to his death, said that he carried out sports exercises in the run-up to the operation to strengthen his body.

While Qassem bought an electric stun and hid him in his house, he met the prisoner Naseer ten days before the operation and informed him of his decision to carry out a commando operation and that he would use the electric stun during which the prisoner replied that he had also bought a knife and he could participate in the operation.The prisoners agreed to carry out the operation together .

During the interrogation, Naseer Asafra confirmed that the situation in the West Bank and Al-Aqsa Mosque also prompted him to carry out the operation with his cousin Qassem, while the prisoner said during his interrogation that he offered to kidnap his cousin and keep him in the West Bank. In the car, he planned to move him and hide him in a mountain in the bank.

 Qassem added that they waited by the road for about 25 minutes to see a settler walking alone towards the settlement.

 He said that he approached the Nazi Jewish settler by car, and that the prisoner Naseer went down and tried to electrocute the settler to kidnap him .

According to the Shin Bet’s interrogation of the prisoner Qassem, he and his cousin withdrew immediately after the operation and returned to their homes .

Qassem also said that he informed his wife of the execution of the operation along with Naseer and killed the settler. Of the place.

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The Great British Disenfranchisement of the Jews

Pushed out of the anti-Semitic left and repelled by the nativist right, Jews are now at a unique political disadvantage among U.K. minorities

Esther Solomon  

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn walk through the Commons Members Lobby in Parliament, London. Oct. 14, 2019
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn walk through the Commons Members Lobby in Parliament, London. Oct. 14, 2019Kirsty Wigglesworth,AP

Choose your poison. The anti-Semitic populist left or the racist, illiberal populist right?

You’re a British Jew. Who would you choose between a political camp which consistently dismisses and delegitimizes complaints of anti-Semitism and actively interferes with official investigations into them, or a political camp which glorified a crude, nostalgic nationalism, whose leader ridicules minorities?

If you had to choose between the mainstream left party leader who doubted whether Jews could be sufficiently culturally acclimatized to appreciate Britain’s tradition of irony, or the mainstream right-wing politician who accused the Illuminati and George Soros of interfering in U.K. politics, which way would you go?

If you had to choose between a leadership circle soaked in the foundational anti-Semitism of the U.K.’s militant left, whose revolutionary ardor embraces Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran, Putin and Assad, or a leadership circle running after the votes of the U.K.’s anti-immigrant nativist nationalists, playing footsie with mentors of the U.S. alt-right, what would you do?

What if you, like two thirds of U.K. Jews, voted against an isolationist Brexit, but had to choose between a Conservative administration determined to leave the EU at any cost, and a Labour party led by an ideological opponent of the EU, whose Brexit policies have been a stammering joke? 

Soon, British Jews will face an unprecedented political quandary. For the first time in modern history, both major parties, in a traditionally two-horse political system, offer them a particularly repellent choice. 

The rise of a third party, the Liberal Democrats, a pro-Europe party which had its own anti-Semitism issues, but belatedly but firmly dealt with them, may offer a refuge to Jewish voters. But the fact remains that for the vast majority of U.K. Jews who don’t want to appease anti-Semites, racists and nativists, the options have never been narrower. 

The impact of the tortuous rise in anti-Semitism in Labour since Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader in 2015 has been deep and shocking for U.K. Jews.

Members of the Jewish community hold a protest against Britain's opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn and anti-semitism in the  Labour party, March 26, 2018
Members of the Jewish community hold a protest against Britain’s opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn and anti-semitism in the Labour party, March 26, 2018TOLGA AKMEN/AFP

Labour members and elected representatives sharing neo-Nazi posts? Check. Blaming Jews for ISIS and suggesting they profited from 9/11? Check. Complaints about anti-Semitism are a witch-hunt, likely orchestrated by the Israeli deep state? Check.

Before Corbyn, around 33 percent of U.K. Jews supported Labour; that percentage has now collapsed to under ten percent. 86 percent of British Jews believe that Corbyn is anti-Semitic. 

The party’s record on anti-Semitism is now the subject of an investigation by a government watchdog whose only previous scrutiny of a U.K. political party targeted the virulently racist far right British National Party.

Last week, a second Jewish Labour woman MP quit the party, having faced a concerted barrage of hate and threats – and tepid, if not entirely absent, support from party leaders.

In her resignation letter, Louise Ellman describes how, under Corbyn  – who has spent three decades “consorting with, and never confronting, anti-Semites, Holocaust deniers and terrorists,” anti-Semitism has “become mainstream in the Labour Party. Jewish members have been bullied, abused and driven out. Anti-Semites have felt comfortable and vile conspiracy theories have been propagated…The Labour Party is no longer a safe place for Jews.”

On the other side of the aisle, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is an enthusiast of the same inciting, populist language beloved of his American peer, Donald Trump, forging a “channel for pent-up, nativist fury” against the hated “elite” – and shares with Trump a long record of racist comments directed at minorities. skip – Tan Dhesi MP speech

For U.K. Jews, Johnson presents a different kind of quandary than Corbyn: Johnson is a philo-Semite of the cynical kind, a loud backer of Israel, but comfortable with racist slurs against Muslims, people of color and immigrants, all the while bolstering nationalism and eroding the liberal values and rule of law that protects democracy in general and safeguards minorities in particular.

Johnson is keenly aware of the potent electoral competition from Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party, stuffed with a motley crew of hard right nationalists, Holocaust revisionists and replacement theory racists, and a leader who deliberately amplifies ultra-right personalities and messaging. Farage could become an essential coalition ally for Johnson after the next elections.

This political mainstreaming of anti-Semitism and nationalist exclusion have had real-world consequences. Hate crimes on the basis of religion against Jews in England and Wales nearly doubled in 2018, making up 18 percent of all religious hate crimes. Jews constitute just half a percent of the U.K. population.

But as well as the online prejudice and face-to-face intimidation now common from the Corbynist left and hard right, U.K. Jews face an even starker form of hostility from well-placed politicians and activists in both major parties – one that would undermine their physical safety. 

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage speaks during a Brexit Party news conference in London, Britain August 27, 2019
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage speaks during a Brexit Party news conference in London, Britain August 27, 2019\ HENRY NICHOLLS/ REUTERS

It may appear bizarre to actively query the necessity of specific security arrangements for U.K. Jewish sites following 12 months of shooting attacks on Jews by white supremacists in synagogues from Pittsburgh to Poway to Halle, and a decade of Islamist violence killing Jews in Paris, Brussels, Copenhagen and Toulouse. Back in 1994, the London Jewish community itself was the target of car bombings committed by secular Palestinian terrorists.

But that too has happened – exposing how far the gaslighting of Jews has spread.

Close Corbyn ally Jackie Walker queried whether the Jewish community was really “under such threat they have to use security in all their buildings.” Members of the the Corbyn-boosting Momentum pressure group she co-chaired explained that security guards were part of a Zionist scheme to “generate the fear of anti-Semitism to promote their own agenda.” 

Just last month a Conservative MP, Crispin Blunt, suggested the Jewish community sought “special status” and funding, and rather than backing the state’s role in strengthening their security measures, declared airily that his aim was “to get to where faith and non-faith communities all feel secure.” Indeed, Jews have been trying to get to that place for a couple of millenia.

The fateful, lingering question many U.K. Jews are asking themselves is how much other voters really care. Corbyn’s personal ratings are abysmal, and Labour under his leadership is languishing in the polls, but this seems to be largely due to his inability to articulate a clear position on Brexit and capitalize on serial Conservative failures.

MP Luciana Berger who quit Labour and joined the Liberal Democrats speaks in Parliament Square at a People's Vote rally calling for a second referendum on Brexit. October 19, 2019
MP Luciana Berger, who quit Labour after years of abuse and joined the Liberal Democrats, speaks in Parliament Square at a People’s Vote rally calling for a second referendum on Brexit. Oct 19, 2019AFP

The diminishing numbers of U.K. Jews who’ve decided to remain and fight within Labour fight constant disillusionment about the shallowness of support from the much-hyped “antiracist left” – as Miriam Mirwitch, the chair of Young Labour wrote on Twitter:

“Feel heartbroken by the number of comrades who supposedly oppose antisemitism yet constantly turn a blind eye to it. Allyship is a constant effort and a constant commitment. It’s not a phrase you can pull out just to help with electioneering.”

Tory Islamophobia has pushed a number of prominent U.K. Muslims out the party – but less than a quarter of U.K. voters think Johnson is racist. Accusations of xenophobic manipulation and populism won’t sway his fervently pro-Brexit base.

Many U.K. Jews now see the Lib Dems, a once-maligned third party, as a political lifeboat. In the country’s most demographically Jewish parliamentary constituency, Finchley & Golders Green, a recent poll showed both Conservative and Labour losing almost 20 percentage points each, with a clear switch to the Lib Dems – up 34 percent.

Jews are now at a unique disadvantage among U.K. minorities. They have, effectively, lost the capacity to fully engage in politics on both the mainstream left and right without discrimination, intimidation or relinquishing key values. 160 years after gaining the right to vote, U.K. Jews are facing a form of disenfranchisement.

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Jordan Zionist puppet regimerejects Zionist offer to release Jordanian prisoners in exchange for Baqoura and immersion

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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The transfer”Barak Ravid” correspondentchannel (13) Hebrew for Jordanian officialssaying that “Israel”recently tried to link the issue Jordanian prisoners detainees held by Nazi occupation with Bakura and immersion.

 The Zionist correspondent in the Hebrew channel that the talks that took place between the Nazi regime and Jordanian Zionist puppets recently discussed this issue.

According to “Rafid,” the talks were a national security adviser to the occupation, “Meir Ben-Shabat,” and Jordanian Zionist puppet Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, adding the reporter, quoting Jordanian officials that the Nazi regime tried to link the release of captive Hiba al-Labadi and prisoner Abdul Rahman Marei with Jordan’s agreement to extend the permission of Zionist farmers To stay in the border areas of Baqoura and Ghamr, where they are supposed to leave during the next month.

The correspondent, quoting Jordanian officials that Jordan has rejected the Nazi offer, as well as Jordan has warned “Israel” that the continuation of this approach will have serious consequences for relations between the two countries .

“Rafid” also that there is concern for “Israel” from the strained relations with Jordan against the backdrop of the arrest of Labadi and Marei, pointing out that there are Israeli officials have criticized the Shin Bet on the back of these arrests, where this crisis could have been avoided by acting in another way by the Shin Bet .

The reporter expected that “Meir Ben-Shabat” will visit Jordan in the coming days in an attempt to end the crisis, while the office of “Naziyahu” refused to comment on the news, but did not deny.

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The Nazi occupation extends the arrest of the prisoner Arbid 8 days

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Illegally Nazi Jerusalem: The Nazi court extended the detention of the prisoner Samer Arbid eight days later.

The foundation, citing doctors at Hadassah hospital, said the prisoner Arbid suffers from pneumonia and there is little improvement in kidney function.

Samer is still being interrogated in the intensive care unit at the hospital.

He was arrested on September 25 in the West Bank city of Ramallah and tortured from the very first moment.

The Nazi occupation forces accuse the Arab prisoner of responsibility for a cell of the Popular Front that carried out the attack at Dolev settlement west of Ramallah, which led to the death of an Israeli soldier and the injury of Nazi Jewish settlers, on 23 August last.

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Caliph Closure: ‘He Died Like A Dog’

By Pepe Escobar

Global Research,

He died like a dog.” President Trump could not have scripted a better one-liner as he got ready for his Obama bin Laden close-up in front of the whole world.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, fake caliph, ISIS/Daesh leader, the most wanted man on the planet, was “brought to justice” under Trump’s watch. The dead dog caliph is now positioned as the ultimate foreign policy winning trophy ahead of 2020 reelection.

The climatic scenes of the inevitable-as-death-and-taxes movie or Netflix series to come are already written. (Trump: I “watched it like a movie.”) Cowardly uber-terrorist cornered in a dead-end tunnel, eight helicopter gunships hovering above, dogs barking in the darkness, three terrified children taken as hostages, coward detonates a suicide vest, tunnel collapses over himself and the children.

A crack forensic team carrying samples of the fake caliph’s DNA apparently does its job in record time. The remains of the self-exploded target – then sealed in plastic bags – confirm it: it’s Baghdadi. In the dead of night, it’s time for the commando unit to go back to Irbil, a 70-minute flight over northeast Syria and northwest Iraq. Cut to Trump’s presser. Mission accomplished. Roll credits.

This all happened at a compound only 300 meters away from the village of Barisha, in Idlib, rural northwest Syria, only 5km from the Syria-Turkish border. The compound is no more:  it was turned to rubble so it would not become a (Syrian) shrine for a renegade Iraqi.

The caliph was already on the run, and arrived at this rural back of beyond only 48 hours before the raid, according to Turkish intelligence. A serious question is what he was doing in northwest Syria, in Idlib – a de facto cauldron-like Donbass in 2014 – which the Syrian army and Russian airpower are just waiting for the right moment to extinguish.

There are virtually no ISIS/Daesh jihadis in Irbil, but lots of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, as in al-Qaeda in Syria, known inside the Beltway as “moderate rebels,” including hardcore Turkmen brigades previously weaponized by Turkish intel. The only rational explanation is that the Caliph might have identified this Idlib backwater near Barisha, away from the war zone, as the ideal under-the-radar passport to cross to Turkey.

Russians knew?

The plot thickens when we examine Trump’s long list of “thank yous” for the successful raid. Russia came first, followed by Syria – presumably Syrian Kurds, not Damascus – Turkey and Iraq. In fact, Syrian Kurds were only credited with “certain support,” in Trump’s words. Their commander Mazloum Abdi, though, preferred to extol the raid as a “historic operation” with essential Syrian Kurd intel input.

In Trump’s press conference, expanding somewhat on the thank yous, Russia again came first (“great” collaboration) and Iraq was “excellent”: the Iraqi National Intelligence Service later commented on the break it had gotten, via a Syrian who had smuggled the wives of two of Baghdadi’s brothers, Ahmad and Jumah, to Idlib via Turkey.

There’s no way US Special Forces could have pulled this off without complex, combined Turkish, Iraqi and Syrian Kurd intel. Additionally, President Erdogan accomplishes one more tactical masterpiece, juggling between performing the role of dutiful, major NATO ally while still allowing al-Qaeda remnants their safe haven in Idlib under the watchful eye of the Turkish military.US Forces Will Stay in Syria: Negotiations with the Kurds Will be Complicated, as Syria Prepares for an Idlib Offensive

Significantly, Trump said, about Moscow: “We told them, ‘We’re coming in’ … and they said, ‘Thank you for telling us.’” But, “they did not know the mission.”

They definitely didn’t. In fact, the Russian Defense Ministry, via spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov, said it had “no reliable information about US servicemen conducting an operation to ‘yet another’ elimination of the former Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the Turkish-controlled part of the Idlib de-escalation zone.”

And on Trump’s “we told them,” the Russian Defense Ministry was emphatic: “We know nothing about any assistance to the flight of US aircraft to the Idlib de-escalation zone’s airspace in the course of this operation.”

According to ground sources in Syria, a prevalent rumor in Idlib is that the “dead dog” in Barisha could be Abu Mohammad Salama, the leader of Haras al-Din, a minor sub-group of al-Qaeda in Syria. Haras al-Din has not issued any statement about it.

ISIS/Daesh anyway has already named a successor: Abdullah Qardash, aka Hajji Abdullah al-Afari, also Iraqi and also a former Saddam Hussein military officer. There’s a strong possibility that ISIS/Daesh and myriad subgroups and variations of al-Qaeda in Syria will now re-merge, after their split in 2014.

Who gets the oil?

There’s no plausible explanation whatsoever for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, for years, enjoying the freedom of shuttling back and forth between Syria and Iraq, always evading the formidable surveillance capabilities of the US government.

Well, there’s also no plausible explanation for that famous convoy of 53 brand new, white Toyota Hi-Luxes crossing the desert from Syria to Iraq in 2014 crammed with flag-waving ISIS/Daesh jihadis on their way to capture Mosul, also evading the cornucopia of US satellites covering the Middle East 24/7.

And there’s no way to bury the 2012 US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)  leaked memo that explicitly named “the West, Gulf monarchies, and Turkey” as seeking a “Salafist principality” in Syria (opposed, significantly, by Russia, China and Iran – the key poles of Eurasia integration).

That was way before ISIS/Daesh’s irresistible ascension. The DIA memo was unmistakable: “If the situation unravels there is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran).

True, the fake caliph has been proclaimed definitely dead at least five times, starting in December 2016. Yet the timing, now, could not be more convenient.

The facts on the ground, after the latest ground-breaking Russia-brokered deal between the Turks and the Syrian Kurds, graphically spell out the slow but sure restoration of Syria’s territorial integrity. There will be no balkanization of Syria. The last remaining pocket to be cleared of jihadis is Irbil.

And then, there’s the oil question. The “died as a dog” movie literally buries – at least for now – an extremely embarrassing story: the Pentagon deploying tanks to “protect” Syrian oilfields. This is as illegal, by any possible interpretation of international law, as is, for that matter, the very presence in Syria of US troops, which were never invited by the government in Damascus.

Persian Gulf traders told me that before 2011, Syria was producing 387,000 barrels of oil a day and selling 140,000 – the equivalent of 25.1% of Damascus’s income. Nowadays, the Omar, al-Shadaddi and Suwayda fields, in eastern Syria, would not be producing more than 60,000 barrels a day. Still, that’s essential for Damascus and for “the Syrian people” so admired within the Beltway – the legitimate owners of the oil.

The mostly Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) did in fact take military control of Deir er-Zor when they were fighting ISIS/Daesh. Yet the majority of the local population is Sunni Arab. They will never tolerate any hint of a longtime Syrian Kurd domination – much less in tandem with a US occupation.

Sooner or later the Syrian army will get there, with Russian air power support. The Deep State might, but Trump, in an electoral year, would never risk a hot war over a few, illegally occupied oilfields.

In the end, the “died as a dog” movie can be interpreted as a victory lap, and the closure of a historical arc languishing since 2011. When he “abandoned” the Syrian Demoratic Forces Kurds, Trump effectively buried the Rojava question – as in an independent Syrian Kurdistan.

Russia is in charge in Syria – on all fronts. Turkey got rid of its “terrorism” paranoia – always having to demonize the Syrian Kurd PYD and its armed wing YPG as a spin-off of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) separatists inside Turkey – and this may help to settle the Syrian refugee question. Syria is on the way to recover all its territory.

The “died as a dog” movie can also be interpreted as the liquidation of a formerly useful asset that was a valued component of the gift that keeps on giving, the never-ending Global War on Terror. Other scarecrows, and other movies, await.

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Nazi Occupation arrests 10 Palestinians in the West Bank and Jerusalem

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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The Nazi Occupation Forces (NOF ) arrested 10 Palestinians at dawn Tuesday following raids carried out by the Israeli occupation forces.

The Nazi army announced that its forces arrested those whom they called wanted for the security services of the occupation, and were transferred to the investigation.

During the hours of dawn on Tuesday, Nazi patrols raided a number of neighborhoods of the city of Hebron south and began searches and raids.

In Bethlehem, the Nazi army arrested Ahmed Shukri al-Lahham from al-Dheisheh refugee camp in the south, amid clashes during which the Nazi occupation forces fired live and rubber bullets and tear gas canisters.

The Nazi army also arrested the young men: “Hayyan and Radad Ibrahim Taqatqa from Umm Salmona in the south, and Mohammed Suleiman al-Shaer from Tekoa in the east.”

In the occupied city of Jerusalem, the Nazi occupation forces, at dawn today, a campaign of arrests in the village of Issawiya northeast of occupied Jerusalem.

The campaign of arrests targeted a number of young men from the village, including: “Abdul Thaer Mahmoud, Mohammed Walid Mahmoud, Ahmed Abu Roumi, Mohammed Bassam Obeid, Mohammed Zakaria Alian, Noor Maher Muheisen, Wadih Alian and Hussam Alian.”

The violent clashes erupted last night between the young men and the occupation forces, in the vicinity of the mosque forty and the neighborhood of Obaid village of Issawiya.

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Rebels: expelling the embassy is a must

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

“Lebanon Debate” – Abdullah Wheat

Washington “treads” its head in almost everything. Yesterday, for example, I ordered operations to Al Hurra to follow the protests in Lebanon closely. The translation soon emerged through the emptying of the latter wide areas to deal with the Lebanese file.

Moreover, Washington has expressed its readiness to provide political carte blanche lines for the channel. We are talking about American political lines in the form of the official statement made two days ago by a State Department official.

Like them, they did and do other Arab channels, which met the protests according to their mood. For example, Al-Jazeera has always pointed out that the rebellious people in Lebanon are defying a government in which Hizbullah and the Free Patriotic Movement have an absolute majority. Hey! Why do you deliberately refer to this very idea at a time when people are not going to the streets? Why do some channels insist on deliberately turning the “exit” into a purely political, not economic, context? It is a particular exploitation!

No wonder, as long as Lebanon remains on the same hot political battlefield, it makes sense to turn the facts into political instruments, just as the Americans do now, as they try to “ride the wave” and secure a position for them.

Originally, such popular movements Washington finds as a viable environment for investment and commercialization of ideas, and in view of the nature of the American mentality based on the logic of exploitation and benefit, it is not surprising that it is crammed into a purely Lebanese issue in the form of an “uprising” and trying to dictate its fingertips.

There is more than one experience in this regard, in Egypt, for example, and with the testimony of the Egyptians, the Americans transformed the revolution and turned it into a pure American political investment institution, as well as Ukraine and Latin American countries, which were not a revolution but Washington is squeezing its nose in it, either overload it or penetrate it and make it Good position to reap political profits.

There are more than one sign of the emergence of similar and surprising American situations in Lebanon. At the diplomatic level, the Embassy in Beirut strives to work on more than one level:

Politically, by communicating with politicians from the list of friends and exploring their positions and getting information from them about what is happening accurately. Between them, Aokar opens the “shop” advice to senior politicians, such as Prime Minister Saad Hariri, and urges him not to leave his position and resign.

On the other hand, the words of support are being pumped in favor of the political allies of the parties “Try Sadness” and pull their hands to enter the movement.

Logistically, through attempts to ride the uprising wave, that is, the exploitation of the movement in its next stages after it began spontaneously, through several levels:

Directly, through specific media outlets trying to inject protesters into pre-prepared positions, and of course to take advantage of the capabilities of some activists. Also, politically, by ensuring a smooth transition of some faces from one bank to another.

Therefore, the American “easy” goal is to try to break through the movement and divert it from its origins and introduce dramatic political changes to it. One of its forms today is to convey the speech from my human rights demands to a politician.

This is not surprising. It is not surprising that Americans do not invest in revolutions. This logic of investment is at the heart of the American view.

Uprising groups are in the process of realizing these projects. Such models, for example, require acceptance of support or assistance from those with explicit, unidentified identities, not with US-backed social institutions, or through “suspicious” people.

Some are beginning to point to such attempts, including an attempt to seduce some groups. But immunity to “mobility” seems to be quite strong.

On the other hand, there is unacceptable laziness whose features become clearer as the size of the movement grows, whether in terms of “revolutionary” political discourse or regarding plans, but there is a loss in the volatile political discourse from one party to another, and this is a negative factor in such a movement that may put it on the ladder of chaos. Lack of organization, and when established in the ground it becomes difficult to correct the path.

Consequently, it is necessary to think about building organizational coordination committees, first in order to prevent the movement of the movement from its ends, second, to remove it from impurities, and third, to strengthen and strengthen and increase its immunity in order to remove attempts to penetrate it if any, and basically, to do the necessary way to infiltrate Embassies seeking to invest, and this is a fact that the movement will experience more in the coming days.

The biggest creeping threat to mobility, as well as personal interests and selfishness, are sources of power that do not appear to be acting with him on the grounds that he is a “stray member” or a “disease of the body” that must be eradicated. On the basis of this, the estimates of confrontation are high proportions as the mobility of his age and his ability to rise, it is not to sleep on silk in front of an authority that in 2015 tried and nurtured the movement and succeeded.

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Arrests and raids in the Nazi occupied West Bank and Jerusalem

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Illegally Nazi occupied West Bank: Nazi occupying forces launched a series of arrests and raids on Monday in several areas of the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

The Nazi occupation forces stormed several areas in the West Bank and arrested a child from the city of Qalqilya and two young men from Jerusalem, and clashes erupted in villages north of Ramallah.

Local sources said that the Nazi occupation forces arrested the child Mu’tasim Mohammed Antouri (14 years), near the northern crossing of the city of Qalqilya, after storming at dawn, in addition to the firing of tear gas at the northern entrance to the village of Azzoun, east of Qalqilya.

According to eyewitnesses, the Nazi occupation forces raided the house of the liberated prisoner Anas Malash and searched it at dawn today in Doha city west of Bethlehem.

The clashes erupted “violent” with the occupation forces, after storming the town of Sarda, north of Ramallah, during which threw stones at the occupation military vehicles and empty bottles.

The Nazi forces raided the village of Dura Al-Qara’a, north of Ramallah, and fired tear gas canisters throughout the village. No arrests or injuries were reported.

Local sources pointed out that the occupation arrested a young man (whose identity is not yet known), after storming his family’s house near the Shafei mosque in Hebron (south of the West Bank), and raided the building of Qawasmi in Beer Sheva Street in the city.

In occupied Jerusalem, the Nazi occupation forces arrested two young Palestinians from the Bab al-Rahma chapel in the eastern area of ​​Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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