Habla activista israelí preso por la entidad sionista
por Los otros Judios
Esta detención forma parte de un plan orquestado para infiltrar agentes de inteligencia y destruir el trabajo de los grupos y ONG de Derechos Humanos de activistas antisionistas y no sionistas (si es que esto es posible), que trabajan junto al pueblo palestino.
Sadly, over the last seventy years Israel has had many successes at the expense of the Palestinian people. But the one success that is the most remarkable is getting Palestinians and the world to buy into the notion that the occupation of Palestine began in 1967, and that therefore, the solution to the Palestinian question is what is known as the two State Solution. This is a manipulation of reality that would make any magician proud.
It has become completely acceptable to disregard the fact that the vast majority of Palestine has been occupied since 1948. Mentioning the ethnic cleansing of Palestine and the eradication of Palestinian towns and villages, mosques and churches, schools and homes is now considered radical. Forty-nine years of occupation is the claim one hears over and over again, the fiftieth anniversary of the occupation is upon us, people say, and hard as I try, when I add forty-nine to the year 1948 I do not come up with 2016, but rather 1997.
Israeli Children are being taken from their homes at a profit to private institutions - a damning report shows how children have become big business.
Activists who protest, blog and write about the Welfare Ministry have faced investigations, arrests and prosecutions. They are a small voice screaming loudly that the children of Israel are in danger – from their OWN government.
This week the topic finally made mainstream news, with an article published on Channel 10 in prime time. The reporters also faced similar reactions as activists from one such institution. The officials threatened to call the police, despite the fact filming was taking place in a public area. They made a complaint and refused even to listen to the reporter.
In the article, one young woman returns from Turkey to face her past and visit the institution she spent time in against her will. She is one of thousands who were wrenched from parents – a staggering 10,000 a year.
Los niños son entregados a instituciones privadas. Un reportaje concluyente muestra cómo los niños se han transformado en un gran negocio.
Los activistas que protestan o escriben en blogs sobre el Ministerio de Bienestar Social han enfrentado investigaciones, arrestos y acusaciones. Estos activistas son una pequeña voz que grita que los niños y niñas de Israel están en peligro — gracias a SU PROPIO gobierno.
Finalmente esta semana el tema llegó a las noticias de los horarios centrales, gracias a una nota mostrada en el Canal 10 en horario central. Los reporteros también sufrieron reacciones similares a los activistas por parte de una de las instituciones. Los empleados amenazaran con llamar a la policía, a pesar del hecho de que la filmación estuviera siendo grabada en un área pública. Hicieron la denuncia y se negaron a escuchar al reportero.
En la nota, una joven regresa de Turquía para enfrentar su pasado y visitar la institución donde pasó un tiempo contra su voluntad. Ella es una de las miles de niños separados violentamente de sus padres —una cifra impactante de 10.000 por año.
Interview: Omar Barghouti, the man behind the BDS movement [English & Spanish]
(This article was first published in Arabic on Bokra)
Omar Barghouti is one of the most infamous names in pro-Israel and Israeli government circles at the moment. Officials have portrayed this Palestinian human rights activist and leader of the BDS movement — which he co-founded a decade ago and now leads — as a threat to the State of Israel. How big of a threat? Well, just last week the country’s best-selling newspaper, Yedioth Ahronot, featured a front-page story about him, dubbing him “Explosive Omar.” And if he and his boycott movement are giving both Zionist officials and their media a panic attack, one can only assume he is doing something right.
“Is this the Renaissance era for BDS?” I ask him in a phone call. He laughs and tells me that there is still much to come.