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Liva Haensel: No Sunshine in E1

January 20, 2013 by

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Nur 48 Stunden nach der Gründung eines palästinensischen Zeltlagers mit den Namen Bab al Shams haben 500 israelische Polizisten und Soldaten das E1-Gebiet gewaltsam geräumt. Dabei kam es zu zahlreichen Festnahmen, Verletzungen und Abtransporten der 200 Demonstranten auf dem sogenannten E1 („East 1“)-Gebiet zwischen Ost-Jerusalem und der illegalen jüdischen Siedlung Maale Adumim in der Westbank. […]

Lukas Wank: The political horizon of the Palestinian bid at the UN

October 1, 2012 by

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After the unsuccessful Palestinian bid to get accepted as a full member state by the UN in 2011, the Palestinian Authority (PA) has trimmed down its last years ambitions in order to urge the UN to get accepted as a non-member state this year. In a speech at the General Assembly on September 27, Mahmoud […]

Fritz Edlinger: Israel on the way to liquidate the Palestinian aspirations

September 23, 2012 by

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Photo: Alexander Krall Israel is taking advantage of the international and regional situation and is on the best way to liquidate the Palestinian aspirations to finally establish their independent state at least in the Westbank, Gaza and East-Jerusalem/Al Quds as its capital. The election-campaign in the US, the civil-war in Syria, which unfortunately draws most of […]

Markus Schauta: Hebron – Perspectives on an occupied city

July 28, 2012 by

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Photos: Markus Schauta Hebron is located 30 kilometer south of Jerusalem. Jewish settlers and Arabs are living side by side on narrow space making the city a focal point inside the occupied territory of the West Bank. The breaklines of the conflict divide houses and roads and mark every day life.   Dividing the City […]