BASHAR AL ASSAD: mengimbau KTT Arab untuk secara resmi mendeklarasikan Israel sebagai satu negara teroris
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By Republika Newsroom
Senin, 19 Januari 2009 pukul 19:19:00
KOTA KUWAIT — Israel harus dicap sebagai satu negara teroris karena serangan 22 harinya di Jalur Gaza, kata Presiden Suriah Bashar al Assad dalam satu KTT Arab di Kuwait, Senin.”Negara-negara Arab harus mengumumkan satu dukungan tegas bagi perlawanan Palestina… Saya mengimbau KTT Arab untuk secara resmi mendeklarasikan Israel sebagai satu negara teroris karena kejahatan yang dilakukannya di Gaza,” kata Bashar.
“Gencatan senjata tidak berarti berakhirnya agresi karena pasukan pendudukan masih berada di Gaza,” kata pemimpin Suriah itu dan mendesak “solidaritas Arab… bagi perjuangan kita.”
A senior Hamas official has described the Gaza conflict as a “great victory” for Palestinians.
In a televised speech Ismail Haniya, the Prime Minister appointed by Hamas in Gaza, said: “God has granted us a great victory, not for one faction, or party, or area, but for our entire people.
“We have stopped the aggression and the enemy has failed to achieve any of its goals.”
UNHCR Briefing Notes
Gaza: “The only conflict in the world in which people are not even allowed to flee” - High Commissioner Guterres
This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Ron Redmond – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at the press briefing, on 6 January 2009, at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.
We have issued a statement by High Commissioner António Guterres calling for strict adherence to humanitarian principles in the ongoing conflict in Gaza, including respect for the universal right of those fleeing war to seek safety in other states.
Although there has been no large-scale movement out of Gaza because of the blockade, Mr. Guterres reminds neighbouring states of their responsibility to provide access to safety for civilians fleeing violence. He said those who are compelled to flee Gaza should be able to do so and to find safety and security in other countries according to international law, and he asks that all relevant borders and access routes be kept open and safe. Noting that right now, this is the only conflict in the world in which people are not even allowed to flee, he says Palestinians who may try to leave Gaza to escape the fighting should not be prevented from doing so.
In his statement, Mr. Guterres also expresses solidarity with UNHCR’s sister organisation, the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which is in charge of providing support to Palestinians and is struggling to carry out its mission in Gaza’s steadily worsening humanitarian environment. He says it is absolutely imperative that the immediate delivery of humanitarian assistance to the civilian victims of this conflict be facilitated, including access from Egypt and Israel.
UNHCR has provided some emergency assistance to Egypt’s Red Crescent Society in case it is needed for the care of any Palestinians admitted to Egyptian territory and we stand ready to deploy an emergency team and equipment to the area as required.
The High Commissioner says he is gravely concerned over the conflict’s heavy toll on civilians, including children, and expresses his profound shock and sadness at the suffering and loss of life. He joins Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in calling for an immediate halt to hostilities.
Story date: 6 January 2009
UNHCR Briefing Notes
Meshaal said that any international monitoring force in Gaza would be treated as an occupation force [AFP]
Sunday, January 11, 2009
17:13 Mecca time, 14:13 GMT
Hamas has said that the Gaza war has put an end to chances of negotiations with Israel, calling on Arabs to pressure Tel Aviv to cease its attacks on the Gaza Strip.
In a televised speech on Saturday, Khaled Meshaal, the exiled-Hamas political leader, said Israel’s offensive on Gaza, which has killed more than 850 Palestinians, had failed because Hamas was still firing rockets at Israel.
“You have finished off the last chance and breath for settlement and negotiations,” Meshaal said.
Gaza’s humanitarian situation has only gotten worse as the war continues [GALLO/GETTY]
Sunday, January 11, 2009
08:28 Mecca time, 05:28 GMT
The Palestinian death toll in the Gaza Strip has risen to 854 and more than 3,650 injured as the Israeli offensive entered its third week.
The air and ground attacks continued on Sunday with Israeli aircraft bombarding different targets in the strip and ground forces advancing further into the outskirts of Gaza City.
Para dokter Palestina dan Norwegia mengungkapkan Israel menggunakan senjata yang dilarang internasional dalam agresinya ke Jalur Gaza. Yang paling mencolok adalah penggunaan “Bom Panas Pembakar” dan bom “Phosphor Putih” yang pernah digunakan Israel dalam perang Libanon terakhir di musim panas tahun 2006 lalu, juga pernah digunakan penjajah Amerika secara meluas saat membombardir kota Falujah, Irak. Demikian menurut koran Inggris “Times” edisi Senin (05/01).
Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades (Photo: AFP)
Date: 09 / 01 / 2009 Time: 19:47
Gaza – Ma’an – Hamas’ Al-Qassam Brigades reported to have killed eight Israeli soldiers taking cover in a home in Beit Lahiya on Friday.
The Brigades added in a statement that a Special Force of fighters attacked the soldiers “in a quick and qualified operation.”
The fighters broke into the home, killed at least eight soldiers and confiscated their weapons. The home the soldiers were taking cover in was in the As-Salteen neighborhood of Beit Lahia in the western Gaza Strip.
Israel,US and other country who support them call this Gaza victims is Terrorist. Look at they,,,is that seems likes terrorist. Are you to be fooled by Zionist Israel and US???? Shame on you….
We call this the real purpose of terrorism campaign from the king of Terrorist , ISRAEL (Olmert) and US (Bush)
-Israel and US targeting childrens on his global war on terror campaign-
By Khalid Amayreh
Journalist — Occupied Palestine
Long days of massive Israeli bombardment from the air, land, and sea is leaving a trail of destruction in the impoverished Gaza Strip. (Reuters photo)
Israel has been trying rather frantically to convince the international community that its ongoing campaign of death and terror against the Gaza Strip is actually in response to the firing by Palestinian fighters of largely ineffective, homemade projectiles on nearby Israeli settlements.
Date: 09 / 01 / 2009 Time: 10:29
Gaza – Ma’an – A journalist working for the Palestinian Authority’s official television station was killed the Israeli onslaught in Gaza, Palestinian medical officials announced on Friday.
Palestine TV cameraman Ihab Al-Wahidi was killed along with his mother and his wife and mother when Israeli tanks shelled his house in the Tal Al-Hawa neighborhood south of Gaza City on Thursday night. His wife, Rukaya Abu Al-l-Naja, is of Moroccan origin.
[ 09/01/2009 - 03:56 ]
Source : Infopalestina.Com
Gaza-Infopalestina: Korban serangan serdadu Israel yang dilancarkan lewat darat, udara dan laut terus bertambah. Menginjak pekan kedua gempuran ke Gaza sudah lebih dari 780 korban meninggal dan 3250 lainya luka-luka.
Menurut Direktur Layanan Ambulan dan Emergency Departemen Kesehatan Palestina, Dr. Muawiyah Husnain menyebutkan, jumlah syuhada terus meningkat mencapai 780 syuhada, kebanyakan anak-anak dan wanita. Pada Kamis (8/1), tim medis menemukan lebih dari 50 jenazah yang meninggal akibat kebidaban Israel.
By Sameh A. Habeeb, IOL Correspondent
GAZA CITY — Having nowhere to hide even inside UN-run schools, the latest Israeli target, more than 215 children have been killed so far in Israel’s ongoing military offensive against the sealed off Gaza Strip.
But for many, that’s not the worst part of the nightmare.
Having lost a father, mother, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, friend or neighbor, about every child in the bombed-out costal enclave has been traumatized and will keep physical and mental scars for years.
IslamOnline.net has interviewed several children to talk about their feelings regarding Israeli onslaught.
I hate this war and I hear that Israel will come to our house soon.
I always get nightmares of rockets hitting my house. I dreamt of my father being killed by one of the rockets and my mother got her neck racked.
In the nightmare, I was searching for my brothers who were taken far away by the Israeli tanks.
I’m unhappy and I want to play again in my house. I hope no bad things happen.
I don’t like darkness. It’s when the sounds of bad things come out.
06.01.09 – 09:18
Gaza / PNN – Reports indicate that 13 Palestinians from the same family were killed when Israeli forces targeted an eastern Gaza City house. The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights said this afternoon that Israeli forces in Gaza have killed 599 Palestinians.
Dr. Hassanein of the Ministry of Health said today that Israeli forces have killed 195 Palestinian children since the operation began and injured 2,730 people with the majority in serious condition.