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    • Justice Seeker
    • 24.06.07 | 20:01 (IDT)

    Let me prove to you that Israel is not interested in making peace: read to the end. In the post-Oslo period Israel has continued and even accelerated its unilateral practices of changing "facts on the ground." These have included: the confiscation over the past three years of an estimated 2,200 Palestinian identity cards, some 900 in 1999 alone, affecting in all nearly 2,500 citizens; the continuing issuance and execution of demolition orders against Palestinian houses in the occupied territories - Israeli Municipality of Jerusalem issued 141 demolition orders in East Jerusalem alone and carried out 19 in 1999 and demolished another three by the end of August 2000; continuing harassment and interference with the work of Palestinian institutions providing essential human services in East Jerusalem despite promises to desist; continuing expansion by Israel of illegal settlements in territories occupied since 1967 and denial of Palestinian's exercise of their right to return; .

    from the article: Let Gaza live
    First published 00:00 24.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 24.06.07
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