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          Commenti su Capotreno, Pizzetti: 'Prendere provvedimenti'. Salvini: 'Priorità è viaggiare sicuri' di L'algerino      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A cremona ci sono 37 algerini in cui bambini giovani donne e uomini ,che ruba?che spaccia? In più legge questa Con un interscambio pari a 9 miliardi di dollari, l'Italia è il primo partner commerciale dell'Algeria. "Un rapporto economico solido - sono 180 le aziende italiane presenti in Algeria
          UN plans talks on Western Sahara before end of 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The UN envoy for Western Sahara is planning to convene talks before the end of the year between Morocco and the Algerian-backed Polisario Front on ending their decades-old conflict, the Security Council president said Wednesday. Horst Koehler, a former German president and ex-director of the International Monetary Fund, briefed the council behin ...
          Migranti, sbarchi diretti dall'Algeria. Pigliaru scrive a Salvini      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Il Presidente Piliaru segnala  l’aggravarsi del fenomeno nella stagione estiva e sottolinea come tali arrivi non controllati rendano ancora più gravosa e complessa la gestione dei flussi migratori non programmati in Sardegna

          ES Sétif vs Bel-Abbès, Aug 11, 2018 – Preview, Watch and Bet, Score      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Dadka Algeria oo ariga carafada ku kala iibsanaya suuqa seyladaha Internetka      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dadka ka ganacsada idaha ee ku nool dalka Algeria ayaa isticmaalaya barta Facebook , waxayna bilaabeen hab ay internet-ka ay xoolahooda ku iibinayaan.
          The C.O.W.S. THE WRETCHED OF THE EARTH Part 1      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the premeir study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 favorite, The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon became a globally renown psychiatrist and committed much of his time and energy to obtaining Algerian independence from French colonial domination. He also wrote Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the perversions and neurosis of sexual activity between Whites and non-white people. Importantly, Fanon himself married a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published. Fanon's last work is widely viewed as an "indictment of the violence and savagery of colonialism" against non-white people world wide. The book examines the violence necessary to maintain a global empire of racism and the merits of counter-violence as means of permanently resolution. Large numbers of Whites heap praise on Fanon's work, and a number of university classes include this book on their syllabus. We'll question why this work appeals to many suspected Race Soldiers. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S. Frantz Fanon THE WRETCHED OF THE EARTH Part 2      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 2nd study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 seminal work, The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon became globally recognized psychiatrist and devoted his 36 years of life to ending White rule. He fought for Algerian independence from French colonial tyranny and black liberation world wide. Fanon also penned Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the depravity and neurosis of sexual activity between Whites and black people. Interestingly, Fanon himself was married to a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published. Last week's session explored the preface, written by Jean-Paul Sartre. A prominent White philosopher of the 1960's, Sartre's introduction shares buckets of words and, in between, a few slivers of truth about White power. Sartre acknowledges Racists often find solace watching black people hollar about about our oppression or seek solace in the ancient African traditions. Listeners speculated that Sartre encouraged Whites to read this text to refine their understanding of Black thought. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S. Frantz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth Part 5      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 5th study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 seminal book, The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon is an internationally admired psychiatrist who committed his brief 36 years of life to ending White rule. He fought for Algerian independence from French colonial oppression and black liberation world wide. Fanon also authored Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the perversions and neurosis of sexual activity between Whites and black people. Interestingly, Fanon himself married a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published. Last week's session explored the prospects and benefits of spontaneously retaliating against White rule. Significantly, Fanon noted that powerful Whites "analyze the forces of rebellion" aimed against their world empire. He also observed that Racists deployed armed White brutes and Christian missionaries to fortify their dominion over Black people. Fanon consistently acknowledged the astuteness of White Supremacy, pointing out that Whites are skillfully able to fake the appearance of racial progress, while perpetuating the exploitation of Black people. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S. Frantz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth Part 6      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 6th study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 book, The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon is a widely acclaimed psychiatrist who committed his 36 years of life to eradicating White dominion. He fought for Algerian independence from French colonial rule and black liberation world wide. Fanon also authored Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the perversions and neurosis that drives the sexual liaisons between Whites and non-white people. Interestingly, Fanon himself married a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published. Our last session examined the mythical notion of African unity. Fanon concluded that years of conditioned anti-blackness made it so that black people across the continent easily bickered and brawled with each other even after the Whites physically departed. He also emphasized how Whites deprived black people of education, so they were largely ill-informed and unable to perform many of the essential tasks to sustain their independence. Unfortunately, Fanon invests a sizable amount of the text to criticizing how other black people respond to White Terrorism. He seems especially dissatisfied with the so called black middle class. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S. Frantz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth Part 3      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the third study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 landmark book, The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon became globally recognized psychiatrist and committed his 36 years of life to ending White rule. He fought for Algerian independence from French colonial oppression and black liberation world wide. Fanon also authored Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the perversions and neurosis of sexual activity between Whites and black people. Interestingly, Fanon himself was married to a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published. Last week's session detailed how colonized people remain stressed and tense as a result of White domination. Fanon writes that for the native, "the electrode [remains] at his genitals," meaning that he is constantly subjected to lethal, sexually exploitative violence. Fanon described how employing counter-violence against Whites helped bring about justice and the humanity of black people. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S. Frantz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth Part 7      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 7th study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 book, The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon is a globally acclaimed psychiatrist who devoted his 36 years of life to eradicating White terrorism. He fought for Algerian independence from French colonial domination and black liberation world wide. Fanon also penned Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the perversions and neurosis that drives the sexual liaisons between Whites and black people. Interestingly, Fanon himself married a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published; it's reported that Fanon's health deteriorated to the point that he dictated final portions the book to his White wife. Last week's session invested an enormous amount of time criticizing the black middle class and how their ineptitude and greed consistently betrays Black liberation. Importantly, Fanon stressed that black methods of communication must improve if we're to permanently end White rule. Like many Victims of Racism, Fanon suggests that Whites are ignorant about the murder and rape of Black people. Last week's session also contained one of Fanon's most quoted sentences: "Each generation must out of relative obscurity discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it." #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S Frantz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth Part 8      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the eighth study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 "classic", The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon is a globally admired psychiatrist who dedicated his 36 years of life to eliminating White terrorism. He battled for Algerian independence from French colonial oppression and black liberation world wide. Fanon also authored Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the debauchery and neurosis that drives the sexual activity between Whites and black people. Interestingly, Fanon himself married a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published; it's reported that Fanon's health deteriorated to the point that he dictated segments of the text to his White spouse. During Last week's session, Fanon explained that "colonialism" deliberately destroyed traces of African history and accomplishments so that White culture would represent the totality of human ingenuity. However, Fanon warned against thinking that all black people's problems can be solved by retreating to romanticized African history. In contrasting the abuse black people experience around the globe, Fanon concluded that black people in the United States experience a form of White Supremacy substantively different from the colonial tyranny in Africa. Since Gus has lampooned this text for weeks, we ask listeners to ponder why this book is so celebrated - especially by Whites. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
          The C.O.W.S. Frantz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth Part 9 (Conclusion)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 9th and final study session on Frantz Fanon's 1961 "classic", The Wretched of the Earth. Born in Martinique in 1925, Fanon is an globally acclaimed psychiatrist who dedicated his 36 years of life to eradicating White terrorism. He battled for Algerian independence from French colonial domination and black liberation world wide. Fanon also penned Black Skin, White Mask, which is a psychoanalysis of the perversions and neurosis that infests sexual activity between Whites and black people. Interestingly, Fanon himself married a White woman. The writer and psychiatrist died from leukemia the same year The Wretched of the Earth was published; it's reported that Fanon's health degraded to the point that he dictated segments of the text to his White spouse. During Last week's session, Fanon reviewed case studies from different patients he treated during his psychiatric practice. He uses this cases to evidence how colonialism corrupts the health of black people. He spends time explaining how an Algerian freedom fighter reacted to his wife being raped by colonial soldiers. The sexual tyranny was a deliberate response to the husband's counter-terrorism work. Interestingly, Fanon also counseled Whites who terrorized and pillaged non-white people. He specifically recounts a European officer who hoped Fanon would help him torture Algerians without conscience. As we finish the book, we'll share final thoughts on why this book is so venerated. #AnswersForMiriamCarey INVEST in The COWS - http://paypal.me/GusTRenegade CALL IN NUMBER: 641.715.3640 CODE 564943#
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          Francia cannibale, si mangia l’Africa: il bilancio dell’orrore      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Francia cannibale, si mangia l'Africa: il colonialismo di Parigi sottrae ogni anno 500 miliardi di dollari a 14 paesi africani.
Sapevate che molti paesi africani continuano a pagare una tassa coloniale alla Francia dalla loro indipendenza fino ad oggi? Quando Sékou Touré della Guinea decise nel 1958 di uscire dall’impero coloniale francese, e optò per l’indipendenza del paese, l’élite coloniale francese a Parigi andò su tutte le furie e, con uno storico gesto, l’amministrazione francese della Guinea distrusse qualsiasi cosa che nel paese rappresentasse quelli che definivano i vantaggi della colonizzazione francese. Tremila francesi lasciarono il paese, prendendo tutte le proprietà e distruggendo qualsiasi cosa che non si muovesse: scuole, ambulatori, immobili dell’amministrazione pubblica furono distrutti; macchine, libri, strumenti degli istituti di ricerca, trattori furono sabotati; i cavalli e le mucche nelle fattorie furono uccisi, e le derrate alimentari nei magazzini furono bruciate o avvelenate. L’obiettivo di questo gesto indegno era quello di mandare un messaggio chiaro a tutte le altre colonie: il costo di rigettare la Francia sarebbe stato molto alto. Lentamente la paura serpeggiò tra le élite africane e nessuno, dopo gli eventi della Guinea, trovò mai il coraggio di seguire l’esempio di Sékou Touré, il cui slogan fu “Preferiamo la libertà in povertà all’opulenza nella schiavitù”.
Sylvanus Olympio, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Togo, un piccolo paese in Africa occidentale, trovò una soluzione a metà strada con i francesi. Non voleva che il suo paese continuasse ad essere un dominio francese, perciò rifiutò di siglare il patto di continuazione della colonizzazione proposto da de Gaulle, tuttavia si accordò per pagare un debito annuale alla Francia per i cosiddetti benefici ottenuti dal Togo grazie alla colonizzazione francese. Era l’unica condizione affinché i francesi non distruggessero tutto prima di lasciare il paese. Tuttavia, l’ammontare chiesto dalla Francia era talmente elevato che il rimborso del cosiddetto “debito coloniale” si aggirava al 40% del debito del paese nel 1963. La situazione finanziaria del neo-indipendente Togo era veramente instabile; così, per risolvere la situazione, Olympio decise di uscire dalla moneta coloniale francese Fcfa (il Franco Cfa delle colonie africane francesi), e coniò la moneta del suo paese. Il 13 gennaio 1963, tre giorni dopo aver iniziato a stampare la moneta del suo paese, uno squadrone di soldati analfabeti appoggiati dalla Francia uccise il primo presidente eletto della neo- indipendente Africa.
Olympio fu ucciso da un ex sergente della Legione Straniera di nome Etienne Gnassingbe, che si suppone ricevette un compenso di 612 dollari dalla locale ambasciata francese per il lavoro di assassino. Il sogno di Olympio era quello di costruire un paese indipendente e autosufficiente. Tuttavia ai francesi non piaceva l’idea. Il 30 giugno 1962, Modiba Keita, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Mali, decise di uscire dalla moneta coloniale francese Fcfa imposta a 12 neo-indipendenti paesi africani. Per il presidente maliano, che era più incline ad un’economia socialista, era chiaro che il patto di continuazione della colonizzazione con la Francia era una trappola, un fardello per lo sviluppo del paese. Il 19 novembre 1968, proprio come Olympio, Keita fu vittima di un colpo di stato guidato da un altro ex soldato della Legione Straniera francese, il luogotenente Moussa Traoré. Infatti durante quel turbolento periodo in cui gli africani lottavano per liberarsi dalla colonizzazione europea, la Francia usò ripetutamente molti ex legionari stranieri per guidare colpi di stato contro i presidente eletti.
Il 1° gennaio 1966, Jean-Bédel Bokassa, un ex soldato francese della Legione Straniera, guidò un colpo di stato contro David Dacko, il primo presidente della Repubblica Centrafricana. Il 3 gennaio 1966, Maurice Yaméogo, il primo presidente della Repubblica dell’Alto Volta, oggi Burkina Faso, fu vittima di un colpo di stato condotto da Aboubacar Sangoulé Lamizana, un ex legionario francese che combatté con i francesi in Indonesia e Algeria contro le indipendenze di quei paesi. Il 26 ottobre 1972, Mathieu Kérékou (che era una guardia del corpo del presidente Hubert Maga, il primo presidente della Repubblica del Benin) guidò un colpo di Stato contro il presidente, dopo aver frequentato le scuole militari francesi dal 1968 al 1970. Negli ultimi 50 anni, un totale di 67 colpi di Stato si sono susseguiti in 26 paesi africani; 16 di quest’ultimi sono ex colonie francesi, il che significa che il 61% dei colpi di Stato si sono verificati nell’Africa francofona.
Cinque i golpe subiti dal Burkina Faso e dalle Comore, quattro i colpi di Stato attuati in Burundi, Repubblica Centrafricana, Niger e Mauritania. Sempre tra le ex colonie francesi, hanno vissuto almeno tre colpi di Stato il Congo e il Ciad – due, invece, l’Algeria e il Mali, la Guinea Konakry e la Repubblica Democratica del Congo. Almeno un violento “regime change” ha poi investito Togo, Tunisia, Costa d’Avorio, Magagascar e Rwanda. Altri paesi africani sottoposti a colpi di Stato sono Egitto, Libia e Guinea Equatoriale (un golpe ciascuno), Guinea Bissau e Liberia (due golpe), Nigeria ed Etiopia (tre colpi di Stato), Uganda (quattro) e Sudan (cinque). In totale 45 golpe nell’Africa ex francese, più 22 in altri paesi africani. Come dimostrano questi numeri, la Francia è abbastanza disperata ma attiva nel tenere sotto controllo le sue colonie, a qualsiasi prezzo, a qualsiasi condizione. Nel marzo del 2008, l’ex presidente francese Jacques Chirac disse: «Senza l’Africa, la Francia scivolerebbe a livello di una potenza del terzo mondo». Il predecessore di Chirac, François Mitterand, già nel 1957 profetizzava che «senza l’Africa, la Francia non avrà storia nel 21° secolo».
Proprio in questo momento, 14 paesi africani sono costretti dalla Francia, attraverso un patto coloniale, a depositare l’85% delle loro riserve di valute estere nella Banca Centrale Francese controllata dal ministero delle finanze di Parigi. Finora, il Togo e altri 13 paesi africani dovranno pagare un debito coloniale alla Francia. I leader africani che rifiutano vengono uccisi o restano vittime di colpi di Stato. Coloro che obbediscono sono sostenuti e ricompensati dalla Francia con stili di vita faraonici, mentre le loro popolazioni vivono in estrema povertà e disperazione. E’ un sistema malvagio, denunciato dall’Unione Europea; ma la Francia non è pronta a spostarsi da quel sistema coloniale che muove 500 miliardi di dollari dall’Africa al suo ministero del Tesoro ogni anno. Spesso accusiamo i leader africani di corruzione e di servire gli interessi delle nazioni occidentali, ma c’è una chiara spiegazione per questo comportamento. Si comportano così perché hanno paura di essere uccisi o di restare vittime di un colpo di Stato. Vogliono una nazione potente che li difenda in caso di aggressione o di tumulti. Ma, contrariamente alla protezione di una nazione amica, la protezione dell’Occidente spesso viene offerta in cambio della rinuncia, da parte di quei leader, di servire il loro stesso popolo e i suoi interessi.
I leader africani lavorerebbero nell’interesse dei loro popoli se non fossero continuamente inseguiti e provocati dai paesi colonialisti. Nel 1958, spaventato dalle conseguenze di scegliere l’indipendenza dalla Francia, Leopold Sédar Senghor dichiarò: «La scelta del popolo senegalese è l’indipendenza; vogliono che ciò accada in amicizia con la Francia, non in disaccordo». Da quel momento in poi la Francia accettò soltanto un’ “indipendenza sulla carta” per le sue colonie, siglando “Accordi di Cooperazione”, specificando la natura delle loro relazioni con la Francia, in particolare i legami con la moneta coloniale francese (il franco), il sistema educativo francese, le preferenze militari e commerciali. Qui sotto ci sono le 11 principali componenti del patto di continuazione della colonizzazione dagli anni ‘50.
#1. Debito coloniale a vantaggio della colonizzazione francese. I neo “indipendenti” paesi dovrebbero pagare per l’infrastruttura costruita dalla Francia nel paese durante la colonizzazione. #2. Confisca automatica delle riserve nazionali. I paesi africani devono depositare le loro riserve monetarie nazionali nella banca centrale francese. La Francia detiene le riserve nazionali di 14 paesi africani dal 1961: Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Costa d’Avorio, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Togo, Camerun, Repubblica Centrafricana, Ciad, Congo-Brazzaville, Guinea Equatoriale e Gabon. La politica monetaria che governa un gruppo di paesi così diversi non è complicato perché, di fatto, è decisa dal ministero del Tesoro francese senza rendere conto a nessuna autorità fiscale di qualsiasi paese che sia della Cedeao (la Comunità degli Stati dell’Africa Occidentale) o del Cemac (Comunità degli Stati dell’Africa Centrale). In base alle clausole dell’accordo che ha fondato queste banche e il Cfa, la banca centrale di ogni paese africano è obbligata a detenere almeno il 65% delle proprie riserve valutarie estere in un “operations account” registrato presso il ministero del Tesoro francese, più un altro 20% per coprire le passività finanziarie.
Le banche centrali del Cfa impongono anche un tappo sul credito esteso ad ogni paese membro equivalente al 20% delle entrate pubbliche dell’anno precedente. Anche se la Beac e la Bceao hanno un fido bancario col Tesoro francese, i prelievi da quel fido sono soggetti al consenso dello stesso ministero del Tesoro. L’ultima parola spetta al Tesoro francese, che ha investito le riserve estere degli Stati africani alla Borsa di Parigi a proprio nome. In breve, più dell’ 80% delle riserve valutarie straniere di questi paesi africani sono depositate in “operations accounts” controllati dal Tesoro francese. Le due banche Cfa sono africane di nome, ma non hanno una politica monetaria propria. Gli stessi paesi non sanno, né viene detto loro, quanto del bacino delle riserve valutarie estere detenute presso il ministero del Tesoro a Parigi appartiene a loro come gruppo o individualmente. Gli introiti degli investimenti di questi fondi presso il Tesoro francese dovrebbero essere aggiunti al conteggio, ma non c’è nessuna notizia che venga fornita al riguardo né alle banche né ai paesi circa i dettagli di questi scambi. Al ristretto gruppo di alti ufficiali del ministero del Tesoro francese che conoscono le cifre detenute negli “operations accounts”, sanno dove vengono investiti questi fondi e se esiste un profitto a partire da quegli investimenti, viene impedito di parlare per comunicare queste informazioni alle banche Cfa o alle banche centrali degli stati africani, scrive il dottor Gary K. Busch (economista, docente universitario a Londra).
Si stima che la Francia detenga all’incirca 500 miliardi di monete provenienti dagli Stati africani, e farebbe qualsiasi cosa per combattere chiunque voglia fare luce su questo lato oscuro del vecchio impero. Gli stati africani non hanno accesso a quel denaro. La Francia permette loro di accedere soltanto al 15% di quel denaro all’anno. Se avessero bisogno di più, dovrebbero chiedere in prestito una cifra extra dal loro stesso 65% da Tesoro francese a tariffe commerciali. Per rendere le cose ancora peggiori, la Francia impone un cappio sull’ammontare di denaro che i paesi possono chiedere in prestito da quella riserva. Il cappio è fissato al 20% delle entrate pubbliche dell’anno precedente. Se i paesi volessero prestare più del 20% dei loro stessi soldi, la Francia ha diritto di veto. L’ex presidente francese Jacques Chirac ha detto recentemente qualcosa circa i soldi delle nazioni africane detenuti nelle banche francesi. In un VIDEO parla dello schema di sfruttamento francese. Parla in francese, ma questo è un piccolo sunto: «Dobbiamo essere onesti e riconoscere che una gran parte dei soldi nelle nostre banche provengono dallo sfruttamento del continente africano».
#3. Diritto di primo rifiuto su qualsiasi materia prima o risorsa naturale scoperta nel paese. La Francia ha il primo diritto di comprare qualsiasi risorsa naturale trovate nella terra delle sue ex colonie. Solo dopo un “Non sono interessata” della Francia, i paesi africani hanno il permesso di cercare altri partners. #4. Priorità agli interessi francesi e alle società negli appalti pubblici. Nei contratti governativi, le società francesi devono essere prese in considerazione per prime e, solo dopo, questi paesi possono guardare altrove. Non importa se i paesi africani possono ottenere un miglior servizio ad un prezzo migliore altrove. Di conseguenza, in molte delle ex colonie francesi, tutti i maggiori asset economici dei paesi sono nelle mani degli espatriati francesi. In Costa d’Avorio, per esempio, le società francesi possiedono e controllano le più importanti utilities – acqua, elettricità, telefoni, trasporti, porti e le più importanti banche. Lo stesso nel commercio, nelle costruzioni e in agricoltura. Infine, come ho scritto in un precedente articolo, “gli africani ora vivono in un continente di proprietà degli europei”.
#5. Diritto esclusivo a fornire equipaggiamento militare e formazione ai quadri militari del paese. Attraverso un sofisticato schema di borse di studio e “Accordi di Difesa” allegati al Patto Coloniale, gli africani devono inviare i loro quadri militari per la formazione in Francia o in strutture gestite dai francesi. La situazione nel continente adesso è che la Francia ha formato centinaia, anche migliaia di traditori e li foraggia. Restano dormienti quando non c’è bisogno di loro, e vengono riattivati quando è necessario un colpo di Stato o per qualsiasi altro scopo! #6. Diritto della Francia di inviare le proprie truppe e intervenire militarmente nel paese per difendere i propri interessi. In base a qualcosa chiamato “Accordi di Difesa” allegati al Patto Coloniale, la Francia ha il diritto di intervenire militarmente negli Stati africani e anche di stazionare truppe permanentemente nelle basi e nei presidi militari in quei paesi, gestiti interamente dai francesi.
Poi ci sono le basi militari francesi in Africa. Quando il presidente Laurent Gbagbo della Costa d’Avorio cercò di porre fine allo sfruttamento francese del paese, la Francia organizzò un colpo di Stato. Durante il lungo processo per estromettere Gbagbo, i carri armati francesi, gli elicotteri d’attacco e le forze speciali intervennero direttamente nel conflitto sparando sui civili e uccidendone molti. Per aggiungere gli insulti alle ingiurie, la Francia stima che la “business community” francese abbia perso diversi milioni di dollari quando, nella fretta di abbandonare Abidjan nel 2006, l’esercito francese massacrò 65 civili disarmati, ferendone altri 1.200. Dopo il successo della Francia con il colpo di Stato, e il trasferimento di poteri ad Alassane Outtara, la Francia ha chiesto al governo Ouattara di pagare un compenso alla “business community” francese per le perdite durante la guerra civile. Il governo Ouattara, infatti, pagò il doppio delle perdite dichiarate mentre scappavano.
#7. Obbligo di dichiarare il francese lingua ufficiale del paese e lingua del sistema educativo. “Oui, Monsieur. Vous devez parlez français, la langue de Molière!” (sì, signore. Dovete parlare francese, la lingua di Molière!). Un’organizzazione per la diffusione della lingua e della cultura francese chiamata “Francophonie” è stata creata con diverse organizzazioni satellite e affiliati supervisionati dal ministero degli esteri francese. Come dimostrato in quest’articolo, se il francese è l’unica lingua che parli, hai accesso al solo 4% dell’umanità, del sapere e delle idee. Molto limitante.
#8. Obbligo di usare la moneta coloniale francese Fcfa. Questa è la vera mucca d’oro della Francia, tuttavia è un sistema talmente malefico che finanche l’Unione Europea lo ha denunciato. La Francia però non è pronta a lasciar perdere il sistema coloniale che inietta all’incirca 500 miliardi di dollari africani nelle sue casse. Durante l’introduzione dell’euro in Europa, altri paesi europei scoprirono il sistema di sfruttamento francese. Molti, soprattutto i paesi nordici, furono disgustati e suggerirono che la Francia abbandonasse quel sistema. Senza successo. #9. Obbligo di inviare in Francia il budget annuale e il report sulle riserve. Senza report, niente soldi. In ogni caso il ministero delle banche centrali delle ex colonie, e il ministero dell’incontro biennale dei ministri delle finanze delle ex colonie è controllato dalla banca centrale francese e dal ministero del Tesoro.
#10. Rinuncia a siglare alleanze militari con qualsiasi paese se non autorizzati dalla Francia. I paesi africani in genere sono quelli che hanno il minor numero di alleanze militari regionali. La maggior parte dei paesi ha solo alleanze militari con gli ex colonizzatori (divertente, ma si può fare di meglio!). Nel caso delle ex colonie francesi, la Francia proibisce loro di cercare altre alleanze militari eccetto quelle che vengono offerte loro. #11. Obbligo di allearsi con la Francia in caso di guerre o crisi globali. Più di un milione di soldati africani hanno combattuto per sconfiggere il nazismo e il fascismo durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Il loro contributo è spesso ignorato o minimizzato, ma se si pensa che alla Germania furono sufficienti solo 6 settimane per sconfiggere la Francia nel 1940, quest’ultima sa che gli africani potrebbero essere utili per combattere per la “Grandeur de la France” in futuro.
C’è qualcosa di psicopatico nel rapporto che la Francia ha con l’Africa. Primo, la Francia è molto dedita al saccheggio e allo sfruttamento dell’Africa sin dai tempi della schiavitù. Poi c’è questa mancanza di creatività e di immaginazione dell’élite francese a pensare oltre i confini del passato e della tradizione. Infine, la Francia ha due istituzioni che sono completamente congelate nel passato, abitate da “haut fonctionnaires” paranoici e psicopatici che diffondono la paura dell’apocalisse se la Francia cambiasse, e il cui riferimento ideologico deriva dal romanticismo del 19° secolo: sono il ministero delle finanze e del bilancio e il ministero degli affari esteri. Queste due istituzioni non solo sono una minaccia per l’Africa ma anche per gli stessi francesi. Tocca a noi africani liberarci, senza chiedere permesso, perché ancora non riesco a capire, per esempio, come possano 450 soldati francesi in Costa d’Avorio controllare una popolazione di 20 milioni di persone. La prima reazione della gente, subito dopo aver saputo della tassa coloniale francese, consiste in una domanda: “Fino a quando?”. Per paragone storico, la Francia ha costretto Haiti a pagare l’equivalente odierno di 21 miliardi di dollari dal 1804 al 1947 (quasi un secolo e mezzo) per le perdite subite dai commercianti di schiavi francesi dall’abolizione della schiavitù e la liberazione degli schiavi haitiani. I paesi africani stanno pagando la tassa coloniale solo negli ultimi 50 anni, perciò penso che manchi ancora un secolo di pagamenti!
(Mawuna Remarque Koutonin, “Quattordici paesi africani costretti a pagare la tassa coloniale francese”, da “Africa News” dell’8 febbraio 2014).

Sapevate che molti paesi africani continuano a pagare una tassa coloniale alla Francia dalla loro indipendenza fino ad oggi? Quando Sékou Touré della Guinea decise nel 1958 di uscire dall’impero coloniale francese, e optò per l’indipendenza del paese, l’élite coloniale francese a Parigi andò su tutte le furie e, con uno storico gesto, l’amministrazione francese della Guinea distrusse qualsiasi cosa che nel paese rappresentasse quelli che definivano i vantaggi della colonizzazione francese. Tremila francesi lasciarono il paese, prendendo tutte le proprietà e distruggendo qualsiasi cosa che non si muovesse: scuole, ambulatori, immobili dell’amministrazione pubblica furono distrutti; macchine, libri, strumenti degli istituti di ricerca, trattori furono sabotati; i cavalli e le mucche nelle fattorie furono uccisi, e le derrate alimentari nei magazzini furono bruciate o avvelenate. L’obiettivo di questo gesto indegno era quello di mandare un messaggio chiaro a tutte le altre colonie: il costo di rigettare la Francia sarebbe stato molto alto. Lentamente la paura serpeggiò tra le élite africane e nessuno, dopo gli eventi della Guinea, trovò mai il coraggio di seguire l’esempio di Sékou Touré, il cui slogan fu “Preferiamo la libertà in povertà all’opulenza nella schiavitù”.


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My mom and I went to Publix yesterday to do a little grocery shopping, and when we came out of the store, this was parked next to her car. Not your ordinary Toyota or Nissan!

(That's my mom in the background, waiting patiently for me to stop taking pictures.)


The car was a curious mix of religious ministry, political advocacy and fun. It had the words "Heavenly Hot Rods" painted on it in several places, along with Bible verses and the Christian fish, and was adorned with several plastic rats and lizards, a license plate declaring it a "Welfare Cadilac" and an orange "Remove Before Flight" tag, among other things. The interior was carpeted and upholstered in faux leopard.

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It was a peculiar and entertaining find, but needless to say, if I had a conversation with this person I'm pretty sure we'd be arguing fairly quickly.

Aside from the Heavenly Hot Rod, our day was uneventful. I tidied up a few things around my mom's condo, but the place is in pretty good shape after my top-down cleaning in February, so there's not a lot of work required on this trip. We watched our newly digitized home movies, and about four episodes of a Tom Selleck show called "Blue Bloods" which isn't bad. American television is taxing -- a lot of VERY LOUD commercials.

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Ribadu said this in a chat with TheCable at the one year anniversary of the implementation of the whistleblower, a project by Corruption Anonymous (CORA).

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He said for the country to succeed in the fight against corruption, there must be a synergy between government and the citizens.

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“We have challenges, we have bad people fighting everywhere, we have killings. Unless we stop this corruption, ability for us get this resources that we have and use it maximally to address this type of problems.

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“And the only we could stop it, take it from me, it’s if we stop stealing, if we stop people taking public money.”

He added that to achieve success in the anti-graft war, against there is a need for uniformity of purpose.

“What is corruption? It is just simple stealing. Stealing from the public. Stealing from our Commonwealth. Taking what ordinarily belongs to all of us that ought to be used for the good of all of us,” he said.

“Money that should be used for the police that will be workable and functioning. A police that will be honest, a police that will work and not steal from the people. Or a military that will be able to do its work, that will be able to stop insurgency.

“In a short period of time, why are military all over the world succeeding? Why did we allow insurgency to remain for 10 years in our country?

“Why did Algeria stop it in one year? Why did Mali stop it in a year? Why did Pakistan stop it? Why not Nigeria? I am telling you it’s all about corruption. Corruption is the cancer that eats and destroys, -that makes you ineffective and makes you useless.

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Israeli forces continued with systematic crimes in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) for the week of 02-08 August, 2018.
Israeli forces continued to use excessive force against Palestinian protestors in the Gaza Strip. 2 Palestinian civilians, including a child, were killed while another civilian succumbed to his pervious wounds. 99 Palestinian civilians, including 17 children, a woman and a paramedic, were wounded; 9 of them sustained serious wounds.
Shooting:
Israeli forces continued to use lethal force against Palestinian civilians, who participated in peaceful demonstrations organized within the activities of the “Great March of Return and Breaking the Siege” in the Gaza Strip, which witnessed for the 19th week in a row peaceful demonstrations along the eastern and northern Gaza Strip border area. During the reporting period in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli forces killed 3 Palestinian civilians, including a child, while another child succumbed to his previous wounds. Moreover, the Israeli forces wounded 99 civilians, including 17 children, a woman and a paramedic. Nine of those wounded sustained serious wounds. Another civilian was wounded during launching airstrikes.  In the West Bank, the Israeli forces wounded 6 civilians, including a journalist.

In the Gaza Strip, on 03 August 2018, Israeli forces killed 2 Palestinian civilians, including a child, while participating in the Return and Breaking Siege March. The first civilian was killed after being hit with a live bullet that entered his chest and exited his back in eastern al-Zaytoun neighborhood, east of the Gaza Strip. The second civilian was killed after being hit with a live bullet to his abdomen, east of al-Buriej Camp in the center of the Gaza Strip. The second civilian sustained serious wounds and his death was declared on the next day.

In new crime of extra-judicial execution, on 08 August 2018, Israeli forces killed a Palestinian civilian and wounded another one while targeting a civilian car carrying them by an Israeli done in the northern Gaza Strip.

In the same context, on 05 August 2018, medical sources at al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City announced the death of Ahmed Jihad Ahmed al-‘Aydi (17), from al-Zawaidah village, succumbing to his wounds during his participation in the Return demonstration, east of al-Buraij refugee camp on Friday, 30 March 2018, as he was hit with a live bullet to the head.

During the reporting period, while using the excessive force against the peaceful protesters along the Gaza Strip borders, the Israeli forces wounded 99 Palestinian civilians, including 17 children, a woman and a paramedic. Nine of those wounded sustained serious wounds.

Injuries in the Gaza Strip during this Week
GovernorateInjuries
TotalChildrenWomenJournalistsParamedicsCritical Injuries
Northern Gaza Strip1560003
Gaza City2900010
Central Gaza Strip2680001
Khan Younis1821003
Rafah1110002
Total99171019

As part of targeting the border areas, on 03 August 2018, Israeli forces fired an artillery shell at a border control point belonging to Palestinian armed groups while thousands of civilians participating in the March of Return and Breaking Siege activities. The point is about 300 meters into the west of the border fence with Israel, adjacent to the Return encampment, east of al-Shawkah village, east of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.

On 04 August 2018, Israeli forces opened fire at agricultural lands adjacent to border fence, east of al-Maghazi Camp in the center of the Gaza Strip.
On 08 August 2018, Israeli forces opened fire at border area adjacent to the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel, east of al-Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza City.
On the same day, Israeli forces fired an artillery shell at a border control point belonging to Palestinian armed groups, east of Gaza City, and no casualties were reported.

As part of the airstrikes, on 04 August 2018, Israeli warplanes targeted a number of Palestinian civilians by 2 separated airstrikes while they were present in eastern Jabalia, north of the Gaza Strip, and in eastern al-Buriej Camp in the center of the Gaza Strip. No casualties were reported.  The Israeli forces claimed that those young men flew incendiary kites and fired incendiary balloons at settlements near the Gaza enclave.

On 08 August 2018, Israeli warplanes and drones launched airstrikes on the Gaza Strip, in which they fired 37 missiles at least.

As part of targeting Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Sea, the Israeli forces continued to escalate their attacks against the Palestinian fishermen, pointing out to the ongoing Israeli policy of targeting their livelihoods. During the reporting period, PCHR documented 7 shooting incidents at the fishermen, including 4 in the northern Gaza Strip, 2 in the centre of the Gaza Strip and 1 in the southern Gaza Strip.

In the West Bank, Israeli forces wounded 6 civilians, including a journalist.
Incursions:

During the reporting period, Israeli forces conducted at least 61 military incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank and 15 similar ones into Jerusalem and its suburbs. During those incursions, Israeli forces arrested at least 38 Palestinians, including 5 children and a journalist, in the West Bank.  Meanwhile, 30 other civilians, including 9 children, a woman and a journalist, were arrested in Jerusalem and its suburbs. Among those arrested were Ibrahim al-Rantisi, a reporter at Turkish Channel, and Nader Bibars, a program director at Palestine T.V. . It should be noted that Ibrahim was arrested from his house in Rantees village, west of Ramallah, and Nader was also arrested from his house in Wad al-Jouz neighbourhood in the canter of occupied Jerusalem.


Israeli Forces Continued their Measures to Create a Jewish Majority in occupied East Jerusalem

As part of demolishing houses and civilian facilities, on 05 August 2018, Bassam ‘Obaidat was forced to self-demolish his house in ‘Obaidat neighborhood in al-Mukaber Mount, south of East Jerusalem, to implement the Israeli Municipality’s decision. Bassam 90-square -meter house was built many years ago and all his attempts to license his house failed with the Israeli municipality’s insistence to implement the demolition.

On 07 August 2018, Israeli forces demolished 2 apartments belonging to Nabeel al-Mohtaseb in Shu’fat neighborhood, north of occupied East Jerusalem, under the pretext of non-licensing. The roof was comprised of 2 apartments, each of them was built on an area of 100 square meter.

In the same context, Israeli military vehicles levelled a number of roads in al-‘Issawyia village, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem, as a prelude to implement the “National Parks” settlement project, which they are seeking to build there.


As part of Settlement activities and attacks by settlers against Palestinian civilians and property

As part of demolishing crimes, on 04 August 2018, Israeli forces levelled lands belonging to several Palestinian civilians between “Etzion” and “Alon Chivot” settlements, south of Bethlehem in favor of building a new settlement neighborhood. The lands belong to civilians, from Artas village, southwest of Bethlehem. The expansion works are part of the plan approved by the Israeli government to establish 1,700 settlement units in the area over the next five years.

As part of settlers’ attacks against Palestinian civilians and their property, on 02 August 2018, a group of Israeli settlers, from “‘Ofra” settlement established on ‘Ein Yabroud village lands, east of Ramallah, punctured the tires of 10 civilians’ cars and wrote Hebrew slogans on the walls of the village.
Crimes of Extrajudicial Execution:

  • In a new crime of extrajudicial executions, Israeli forces killed a Palestinian civilian and wounded another in the northern Gaza Strip after targeting a civilian car driven by them. According to PCHR’s investigations, at approximately 23:25 on Wednesday, 08 August 2018, an Israeli drone fired a missile at a civilian car that was driving on a street in ‘Amer housing project area, southwest of Beit Lahia village in the northern Gaza Strip, as the car was carrying 2 civilians. The missile fell near the car. As a result, ‘Ali Yusuf Mohammed ‘Ali al-Ghandour (34), from Beir al-Na’jah area in Jabalia, sustained shrapnel throughout his body, most of which were in the back. Moreover, another civilian (PCHR keeps his name) was hit with a shrapnel to the right shoulder. The wounded civilians were transferred via a civilian car to the Indonesian Hospital. At approximately 23:55 on the same day. Medical sources at the hospital announced the death of al-Ghandour while classified the other civilian’s injuriy as minor. The airstrike also caused severe damage to the targeted car. It should be noted that the 2 wounded persons are civilians and the targeted area did not witness any incidents.

Use of Force against Demonstrations in Protest against the U.S. President’s Decision to Recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel:

Israeli forces continued its excessive use of lethal force for the 19th consecutive Friday against peaceful demonstration organized by Palestinian civilians in in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The demonstrations were named as “The Great March of Return and Breaking Siege.” The demonstrations were also in protest against the U.S. President Donald Trump’s declaration to move the U.S. Embassy to it. The demonstrations were as follows during the reporting period:

Gaza Strip:

  • At approximately 16:00 on Friday 03 August 2018, hundreds of civilians swarmed to the Return encampments established by the Supreme National Authority for the Great March of Return and Breaking Siege, east of Malakah intersection, east of al-Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza City in the 18th consecutive Friday titled “Our Martyrs Children.” The activities included raising flags, chanting national slogans, setting fire to tires and flying kites. Though the demonstrations were fully peaceful, Israeli forces stationed behind the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel deliberately and randomly fired live and rubber bullets and tear gas canisters at them. As a result, Ahmed Yahiya ‘Atallah Yaghi (27), from al-Nasser neighborhood was killed after being hit with a live bullet that entered the chest and exited the back. Moreover, 29 civilians were wounded. Twenty seven of them were hit with live bullet and its shrapnel, one civilian was hit with a rubber bullet, and other civilian was hit with tear gas canister.

  • Around the same time, hundreds of civilians swarmed to the Return encampments established by the Supreme National Authority for the Great March of Return and Breaking Siege, 400 meters away from the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel, east of al-Buraij in the central Gaza Strip. Dozens of them approached the border fence, set fire to tires and threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind sand barriers along the border fence. The Israeli forces fired live bullets and tear gas canisters at the participants. The clashes continued until approximately 20:00 on the same day. As a result, 21 civilians, including 16 children, were wounded. Twenty of them were hit with live bullets and one civilian hit with tear gas canister. The wounded civilians were taken via ambulances belonging to Palestine Red Crescent Society (PRCS) to al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah. Doctors classified 5 civilians’ injuries as serious and they were then transferred to al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City. The injuries of the other wounded civilians were classified between minor and moderate. At approximately 05:00 on Saturday, 04 August 2018, medical sources at al-Shuhada’a Hospital in Deir al-Balah announced the death of Mo’ath Ziyad Ibrahim al-Suri (15), from al-Nuseirat, succumbing to wounds he sustained in his participation in the abovementioned demonstration. Mo’ath was hit with a live bullet to the abdomen. He was transferred to al-Aqsa Hospital and directly underwent a surgery. Mo’ath stayed then at the ICU until his death was announced.

  • Around the same time, thousands of civilians, including women and children swarmed to the Return encampment, east of Khuza’ah village, east of Khan Younis, to participate in the demonstrations established by the Supreme National Authority for “the Great March of Return and Breaking Siege”. They carried out popular and heritage activities, held a wedding for two bridegrooms, chanted national slogans and flew kites and balloons as hundreds of them, including women and children, approached the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel and set fire. A number of them attempted to throw stones at Israeli forces. The Israeli snipers stationed behind sand barriers and hills along the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel, deliberately and selectively opened fire at participants, who were about 300 meters away from the main border fence and then fired tear gas canisters from military vehicles as a drone flew in the sky. The shooting continued until 20:00 on the evening. As a result, 21 civilians, including 3 children and a woman, were wounded. Sixteen of them were hit with live bullets and its shrapnel and 5 others were hit with a tear gas canister. Doctors classified 3 civilians’ injuries as serious. Moreover, dozens of  civilians suffered severe tear gas inhalation and seizures due to being hit with tear gas canisters. They were taken to the field hospital and then transferred to Nasser, Gaza European and Algerian Hospitals to receive medical treatment.

  • At approximately 16:30, hundreds of Palestinian swarmed to the Return encampments established by the Supreme National Authority for the Great March of Return, east of Abu Safiyah Hill, northeast of Jabalia hundreds of Palestinian swarmed to the Return encampments established by the Supreme National Authority for the Great March of Return, east of Abu Safiyah Hill, northeast of Jabalia in the northern Gaza Strip. The protestors raised Palestinian flags, chanted national slogans and set fire to tires. Dozens of them approached the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel and threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind the border fence. The Israeli forces deliberately and randomly fired live and rubber bullets and tear gas canisters at them. The clashes continued until approximately 21:00 on the same day. As a result, 15 civilians, including 6 children, were wounded. Fourteen of them were hit with live bullets and its shrapnel  and on civilian was hit with a tear gas canister. The wounded civilians were transferred via ambulances belonging to PRCS, Medical Services, and the Ministry of Health to the Indonesian and al-‘Awda Hospitals. Doctors classified 3 civilians’ injuries as serious.

  • At approximately 17:00, hundreds of Palestinians swarmed to the Return encampment established by the Supreme National Authority for the Great March of Return, east of al-Shawkah village, east of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip. A number of young men approached the border fence, flew kites, set fire to tires and threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind the border fence. The soldiers sporadically fired live bullets and tear gas canisters at the protestors. The clashes continued until approximately 19:00 on the same day. As a result, 11 civilians, including a child, were wounded. Ten of them were hit with live bullets and its shrapnel and one civilian was hit with a tear gas canister. Those wounded civilians were taken to the field hospital in the Return encampment and then transferred to Abu Yusuf al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah and Gaza European Hospital in Khan Younis. Doctors classified 2 civilians’ injuries as serious.

  • At approximately 16:00 Saturday, 04 August 2018, dozens of Palestinian children and young men gathered near the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel, east of al-Buraij in the central Gaza Strip, to participate in the Return encampment. They threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind sand barriers along the b order fence. The soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas canisters at them. As a result, a 23-year-old civilian was hit a liv bullet to the lower limbs. He was transferred via a PRCS  ambulance to al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah. Doctors classified his injury as moderate.

  • At approximately 17:00 on Sunday, 05 August 2018, dozens of Palestinian children and young men gathered near the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel, east of al-Buraij in the central Gaza Strip, to participate in the Return encampment. They threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind sand barriers along the b order fence. The soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas canisters at them. The clashes continued until the evening of the same day. As a result, a 17-year-old child, a 15-year-old child and an 18-year old civilian, from al-Buraij refugee camp, were hit with live bullets to the lower limbs. They were transferred via a PRCS ambulance to al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah. Doctors classified their injuries as moderate while one of them was transferred to al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City.

  • At approximately 15:00 on Monday, 06 August 2018, dozens of Palestinian children and young men gathered near the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel, east of al-Buraij in the central Gaza Strip, to participate in the Return encampment. They threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind sand barriers along the b order fence. The soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas canisters at them. The clashes continued until the evening of the same day. As a result, a young man, from al-Nuseirat, was hit with a live bullet to the lower limbs. He was transferred to al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah. Doctors classified his injury as moderate.


 Child Succumbed to his Wounds:

  • At approximately 19:50 on Sunday, 05 August 2018, medical sources at al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City announced the death of Ahmed Jihad Ahmed al-‘Aydi (17), from al-Zawidh village, succumbing to wounds he sustained during his participation in the Return demonstration, east of al-Buraij refugee camp on Friday, 30 March 2018, as he was hit with a live bullet to the head. Ahmed was admitted to many hospitals in the Gaza Strip and then transferred to Ramallah in the West Bank. He was in a state of clinical death since then until his death was announced.

West Bank:

  • At approximately 13:40 on Friday, 03 August 2018, a group of Palestinian civilians moved from Kufor Qaddoum village, northeast of Qalqiliyah, to the eastern entrance to the village, which has been closed for 15 years. The protestors chanted national slogans demanding end of occupation, condemning the decisions to demolish Khan al-Ahmer Bedouin Community deport the inhabitants and condemning the Israeli forces’ crimes against Palestinian protestors along the eastern border of the Gaza Strip within “The Great March of Return and Breaking the Siege” activities. The protestors threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind sand barriers. The Israeli soldiers fired live and rubber bullets, sound bombs and tear gas canisters at them. As a result, a 45-year-old civilian was hit with a rubber bullet to the right hand. Moreover, many protestors suffered tear gas inhalation.
House Demolitions and Notices:

  • On Sunday evening, 5 August 2018, Bassam Mahmoud ‘Obaidat was forced to self-demolish his house in ‘Obaidat neighborhood in al-Mukaber Mount, south of East Jerusalem, to implement the Israeli Municipality’s decision. Bassam Obaidat said that his 90-square -meter house was built many years ago and all his attempts to license his house failed with the Israeli municipality’s insistence to implement the demolition. He also pointed out that the Israeli Municipality imposed a financial fine on him due to building his house, so he was forced to self-demolish his house to avoid paying the demolition costs.
It should be noted that ‘Obaidat neighborhood  was subjected to a collective punishment  by the Israeli Municipality, in which it distributed demolition notices to all residents in 2017,under pretexts that the land is owned by an Israeli companغwned by an Israeli companyetextunishment e was forced to self-demolish his house y. It should be noted that a judicial ruling was issued in this case in 1985 in favor of the neighborhood’s residents, but because the neighborhood is located near “Neve Tzion” settlement, in addition to the Israeli Municipality collusion, the case is continuously being raised in order to seize the civilians’ houses in favor of the settlement.

  • At approximately 09:00, on Tuesday, 7 August 2018, Israeli forces demolished 2 apartments belonging to Nabeel al-Mohtaseb in Shu’fat neighborhood, north of occupied East Jerusalem, under the pretext of non-licensing. Nabeel’s mother said that the Israeli forces moved into Shu’fat neighborhood and imposed a security cordon on the area. They started to demolish a roof of 2 apartments, each of them was built on an area of 100 square meter. She pointed out that the construction of the apartments took place 3 months ago and after finishing building them, the Israeli Municipality issued the self-demolition decision. The family self-demolished parts of the apartments, but was surprised with raiding the building and demolishing the apartments without a prior warning.

  • In the same context, on Tuesday afternoon, 7 August 2018, Israeli forces levelled a number of roads in al-‘Issawyia village, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem, as a prelude to implement the “National Parks” settlement project, which they are seeking to build there. According to eyewitnesses, the Israeli forces levelled roads in the eastern part of the village, leading to agricultural lands. Those agricultural lands are threatened of confiscating and levelling in favor of the settlement project mentioned above.

Settlement activities and attacks by settlers against Palestinian civilians and property

 Israeli forces’ attacks


  • On Saturday morning, 4 August 2018, Israeli forces levelled lands belonging to several Palestinian civilians between “Etzion” and “Alon Chivot” settlements, south of Bethlehem in favor of building a new settlement neighborhood. Hassan Braija, Representative of the Wall and Settlement Resistance Committee in Bethlehem, said that the Israeli forces levelled Palestinian lands belonging to civilians, from Artas village, southwest of Bethlehem, adjacent to “Alon Chivot” settlement in order to establish new settlement units. He also added that the expansion works are part of the plan approved by the Israeli government to establish 1,700 settlement units in the area over the next five years.

 Israeli settlers’ attacks

  • At approximately 05:00, on Thursday, 2 August 2018, a group of Israeli settlers, from “‘Ofra” settlement established on ‘Ein Yabroud village lands, east of Ramallah, punctured the tires of 10 civilians’ cars and wrote Hebrew slogans on the walls of the village. Ahmed Shehada (30), said that the Israeli settlers punctured his car tires, his brother’s car tires, Ibrahime Shehada (25), and 8 other cars belonging to the village residents.

Recommendations to the International Community

PCHR warns of the escalating settlement construction in the West Bank, the attempts to legitimize settlement outposts established on Palestinian lands in the West Bank and the continued summary executions of Palestinian civilians under the pretext that they pose a security threat to the Israeli forces. PCHR reminds the international community that thousands of Palestinian civilians have been rendered homeless and lived in caravans under tragic circumstances due to the latest Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip that has been under a tight closure for almost 11 years. PCHR welcomes the UN Security Council’s Resolution No. 2334, which states that settlements are a blatant violation of the Geneva Conventions and calls upon Israel to stop them and not to recognize any demographic change in the oPt since 1967.  PCHR hopes this resolution will pave the way for eliminating the settlement crime and bring to justice those responsible for it. PCHR further reiterates that the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, are still under Israeli occupation in spite of Israel’s unilateral disengagement plan of 2005.  PCHR emphasizes that there is international recognition of Israel’s obligation to respect international human rights instruments and international humanitarian law.  Israel is bound to apply international human rights law and the law of war, sometimes reciprocally and other times in parallel, in a way that achieves the best protection for civilians and remedy for the victims.
  1. PCHR calls upon the international community to respect the Security Council’s Resolution No. 2334 and to ensure that Israel respects it as well, in particular point 5 which obliges Israel not to deal with settlements as if they were part of Israel.
  2. PCHR calls upon the ICC this year to open an investigation into Israeli crimes committed in the oPt, particularly the settlement crimes and the 2014 offensive on the Gaza Strip.
  3. PCHR Calls upon the European Union (EU) and all international bodies to boycott settlements and ban working and investing in them in application of their obligations according to international human rights law and international humanitarian law considering settlements as a war crime.
  4. PCHR calls upon the international community to use all available means to allow the Palestinian people to enjoy their right to self-determination through the establishment of the Palestinian State, which was recognized by the UN General Assembly with a vast majority, using all international legal mechanisms, including sanctions to end the occupation of the State of Palestine.
  5. PCHR calls upon the international community and United Nations to take all necessary measures to stop Israeli policies aimed at creating a Jewish demographic majority in Jerusalem and at voiding Palestine from its original inhabitants through deportations and house demolitions as a collective punishment, which violates international humanitarian law, amounting to a crime against humanity.
  6. PCHR calls upon the international community to condemn summary executions carried out by Israeli forces against Palestinians and to pressurize Israel to stop them.
  7. PCHR calls upon the States Parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC to work hard to hold Israeli war criminals accountable.
  8. PCHR calls upon the High Contracting Parties to the Geneva Conventions to fulfill their obligations under article (1) of the Convention to ensure respect for the Conventions under all circumstances, and under articles (146) and (147) to search for and prosecute those responsible for committing grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions to ensure justice and remedy for Palestinian victims, especially in light of the almost complete denial of justice for them before the Israeli judiciary.
  9. PCHR calls upon the international community to speed up the reconstruction process necessary because of the destruction inflicted by the Israeli offensive on Gaza.
  10. PCHR calls for a prompt intervention to compel the Israeli authorities to lift the closure that obstructs the freedom of movement of goods and 1.8 million civilians that experience unprecedented economic, social, political and cultural hardships due to collective punishment policies and retaliatory action against civilians.
  11. PCHR calls upon the European Union to apply human rights standards embedded in the EU-Israel Association Agreement and to respect its obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights when dealing with Israel.
  12. PCHR calls upon the international community, especially states that import Israeli weapons and military services, to meet their moral and legal responsibility not to allow Israel to use the offensive in Gaza to test new weapons and not accept training services based on the field experience in Gaza in order to avoid turning Palestinian civilians in Gaza into testing objects for Israeli weapons and military tactics.
  13. PCHR calls upon the parties to international human rights instruments, especially the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), to pressurize Israel to comply with its provisions in the oPt and to compel it to incorporate the human rights situation in the oPt in its reports submitted to the relevant committees.
  14. PCHR calls upon the EU and international human rights bodies to pressurize the Israeli forces to stop their attacks against Palestinian fishermen and farmers, mainly in the border area.

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