What is this incitement that Israel is always whining about?
Self defense is not violence.
Good question. Why are they marching?"To Jerusalem we march, martyrs by the millions"
is self defense or incitement?
Mahmoud Abbas is called a "moderate" by the international community, but he rejects the foundational tenets of peacewww.israeltoday.co.il
Hamas is the government in Gaza. They make money and give jobs to those on their side only. Nothing to do with Israel, never had anything to do with Israel.Israel has destroyed more jobs than that in Gaza.
Is that last phrase accurate? Do Palestinians have no political rights or freedom, and is Israel depriving them of those?Israel is unusual in that it existed as an idea before it existed as a nation-state. Today, it is also unusual, even remarkable, for lacking internationally recognized borders—an indispensable marker of sovereignty—and for decades it has been depriving Palestinians in the occupied territories of political rights and freedom.
The implication is that Israel has no business outlawing the PFLP altogether, because its armed and political sides have nothing to do with each other - the exact opposite of its position in 2002.For most of the last six years, Israeli authorities have detained Khalida [Jarrar], a 58-year-old elected member of the Palestine Legislative Council, over her political activism with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). One of the more than 400 organizations that Israeli authorities have outlawed, the PFLP includes both a political party and an armed wing. The armed wing has attacked Israeli soldiers and civilians. Israeli authorities have never charged Khalida with involvement in armed activities.
The political platform explicitly supports the "armed struggle" and regards it as integral to the PFLP. There are no "wings." The PFLP's "human rights organizations" are part of its social, political program. To the PFLP, "human rights" are just as much weapons as the IED that murdered Rina Shnerb, which the PFLP admits.It it is a natural right, and duty that the Palestinian people should defend itself, resist the occupation through various means of struggle, including armed struggle. ..[T]he form of armed struggle should be dealt with at each stage as a means to serve the inclusive political vision which is responsible for determining the function to be done at each stage of the struggle...
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