The EU already recognizes Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem, albeit more discreetly than Trump
Viewers who saw the televised emergency session of the United Nations Security Council on Friday may be forgiven for thinking that the representative of the Palestinian Authority (PA) at the UN was trying to bore the Israeli ambassador with his speech.
Caption: Demonstrators participate in an act of rejection against US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a protest at the Republic Square in Paris, France, on December 9, 2017. [Nedim / Agencia Anadolu]
The meeting was called in response to the scandalous decision of US President Donald Trump to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The man of the Palestinian Authority in New York, Riyad Mansour, spoke against the decision of the United States by reading a series of prepared commentaries, which sounded more like an academic essay than an appropriate discourse for such a sad historical moment.
In it, he enumerated decades of resolutions and declarations of the UN that emphasize that East Jerusalem should be the capital of a future Palestinian state with the Israeli capital in West Jerusalem, within the framework of the long-promised two-state solution.
Nosotros, los grupos abajo firmantes de la sociedad civil comprometidos con los derechos humanos universales, el desarrollo sostenible, la libertad de movimiento y el turismo ético estamos alarmados al ver al Giro de Italia, un evento ciclista de primer orden mundial, ayudando a Israel en violaciones del derecho internacional y de los derechos humanos de los palestinos.
Celebrar el “Gran Comienzo” de la carrera 2018 en Israel no solo encubrirá la ocupación militar de Israel y las políticas racistas contra los palestinos, también exacerbará la sensación de impunidad de Israel y lo alentará a continuar negando al pueblo palestino sus derechos estipulados por la ONU.
Comenzar la carrera en Jerusalén ayudará a consolidar la pretensión ilegal de Israel sobre la soberanía de la ciudad. Desde que ocupó y anexionó ilegalmente Jerusalén Este hace más de 50 años, Israel ha trabajado incansablemente para expandir y consolidar sus colonias ilegales exclusivas para judíos en el interior y alrededor de la ciudad.
Report of one of the many expulsions of occupied Sahara
She planned to teach Spanish and English to the Sahrawi women in El Ayoun, but was expelled by the Moroccan authorities. This is the account of Antzine Biain, feminist and internationalist, as she defines herself, written in Agadir on August 16, 2017, before leaving for Casablanca:
"I arrive at El Aaiun airport from Casablanca on Sunday, August 13 at 7:00 p.m. My intention is to spend a month there, in which in addition to interviewing Sahrawi activists, see their situation and be able to share that time with them, I will give a course in English and Spanish.
El Comité Nacional Palestino de BDS y organizaciones latinoamericanas hacen un llamado a los grupos de Derechos Humanos, movimientos sociales y la sociedad civil en general para que este 9 de julio se sumen al Día de Acción para denunciar a la cementera mexicana CEMEX, la cual está directamente facilitando y lucrando con el apartheid, la ocupación y la colonización israelíes contra el pueblo palestino.
Stop Cemex The Palestinian National Committee of BDS and Latin American organizations are calling on Human Rights groups, social movements and civil society in general to join this July 9th Action Day to denounce the Mexican cement company CEMEX, which Is directly facilitating and profiting from Israeli apartheid, occupation and colonization against the Palestinian people.
Daughter of Abdullah Barghoutti, sentenced to several life sentences, reads a letter to his father
By Marwan Barghouthi.
[More than 1600 Palestinian prisoners began on Monday 17 April an indefinite hunger strike to demand respect for the basic rights of prisoners and an end to "the application of administrative detention, torture, unfair trials, Degrading and inhuman treatment, medical negligence, detention of children and deprivation of basic rights such as family visits or the right to education. "
Currently, there are 6,500 Palestinian prisoners, including 57 women, 300 minors, 13 parliamentarians and 18 journalists. In addition, 800 are in need of medical care and about 500 remain in prison under the so-called "administrative detention", which allows the arrest of a person without charges against him for a period of six months, which can be extended for a further six months.