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Memorial to 418 Palestinian Villages Which Were Destroyed, Depopulated and Occupied by Israel in 1948, by Emily Jacir, Refugee tent and embroidery thread, 138
Stop the Wall: Israeli declared war against international solidarity
Stop The Wall - The Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign is saddened and outraged by Sunday night’s attack on the Free Gaza flotilla. Israeli elite navy corps stormed the ships filled with 700 civilians, killing up to 16 according to reports and injuring dozens. [
German bank divests from Israeli company building wall
5/30/2010 - Bethlehem - Ma'an - Germany's largest bank, Deutsche Bank, has sold all its shares in an Israeli security company implicated in theconstruction of the wall surrounding the West Bank, snaking into occupied lands, on Sunday. The bank has fully divested fromElbit Systems, less than a week after being invited to the company's investment conference, Israeli media reported....
No-go zones along the perimeter fence in the Gaza Strip
Uruknet May 30, 2010 - The Gaza Strip is narrow, elongated, and densely populated. One of the main agricultural areas in the Gaza Strip runs along the eastern border with Israel, adjacent to the perimeter fence. In recent years, B'Tselem has gathered testimonies indicating that the Israeli security forces have defined broad swaths of these areas as no-go zones, where...
Pro-Palestinian Group Claims Credit for German Bank Divesting from Israeli Company
The Media Line 29 May 2010 - Two pro-Palestinian groups advocating boycotts of Israeli companies are claiming credit for pressuring Germany's Deutsche Bank into divesting from Elbit, an Israeli defense company that manufactures surveillance systems used in conjunction with Israel's security barrier. In...
Deutsche Bank Divests from Israel Firm Linked to Apartheid Wall
WAFA - TEL AVIV, May 30, 2010 (WAFA)- Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest bank, had sold its holdings in Israeli arms firm, Haaretz reported Israeli Army Radio saying, today, citing pressure by pro-Palestinian
Firing at Palestinians near Gaza-Israel fence
B'tselem 29 May 2010 - The army has classified the area along Gaza's border with Israel a no-go zone, where anybody entering may be shot. This policy endangers the many farmers who work land there and harms the livelihood of tens of thousands of persons. It has already resultedgram FilesQuickTimeQTSystem
A Day in November: AIPAC Blackmailing Obama
Palestine Chronicle: 30 May 2010 - By Uri Avnery Rahm Emanuel is, so it seems, the American most hated by the leaders of Israel. He is considered the most dangerous opponent of the Netanyahu government in the White House. Behind closed doors, they shower him – if one is to believe the media - with anti-Semitic epithets. “Jewboy” is one of them. In Zionist usage, he is a “self-hating Jew”. And lo and behold, here he is strolling around the Galilee in shorts. He visits the occupied Golan Heights, which foreign diplomats normally take great pains to avoid. The IDF flies him between its installations. He prays at the Western Wall. A good Jewish tourist from America. Emanuel’s son has reached the age of Bar Mitzva; where better to celebrate than the Land of Israel, where his grandfather was a member of the Irgun – an outfit that the US administration would have branded a terrorist...more
Israeli Troops Stop Anti Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
PNN - Bethlehem – PNN - The villagers of Al Ma’ssra, near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, conducted on Friday their weekly anti wall protest. Villagers along with international and Israeli supporters...
IOF soldiers attack anti-wall marches in W. Bank villages, protestors in J’lem
PIC 29 May 2010 - The Israeli troops attacked on Friday several peaceful weekly protests against the segregation wall in different West Bank cities, and one march against the policy of Judaization in Jerusalem.
Israeli Troops Stop Anti Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
IMEMC - 28 May 2010 - The villagers of Al Ma’ssra, near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, conducted on Friday their weekly anti wall protest.
One Injured, Four Arrested During The Weekly Bil’in Anti Wall Protest
IMEMC - 28 May 2010 - One man was injured, four other supporters arrested as Israeli troops attacked the weekly anti wall protest in Bil’in village, central West Bank.
Nil’in Anti Wall Protest Ends With Clashes
IMEMC - 28 May 2010 - The weekly anti wall protest at the village of Nil’in ended this Friday with clashes between local youth and Israeli troops.
Bil’in field catches fire; weekly protests continue
5/28/2010 - Ramallah - Ma'an - Four Israeli activists at the weekly anti-wall protest in Bil'in were detained on Friday, when Israeli soldiers penetrated a fence in the separation wall, firing tear-gas canisters toward protesters. Witnesses said the hot canisters caused a dry field to catch fire, setting Khalil Mohammad Abu Rahma's farmlands ablaze, and making a direct hit....
Kach terrorists threaten Rahm Emanuel’s family in East Jerusalem
Palestine Note 28 May 2010 - It's not simply "hecklers" bothering White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and his family, visiting Israel and East Jerusalem for their 13-year-old son's bar mitzvah. Zach Emanuel, praying today at the Western Wall in East...
Israeli Troops Stop Anti Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
PNN - Bethlehem – PNN - The villagers of Al Ma’ssra, near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, conducted on Friday their weekly anti wall protest. Villagers along with international and Israeli supporters...
Nil'in Anti Wall Protest Ends With Clashes
PNN - Ramallah – PNN - The weekly anti wall protest at the village of Nil’in ended this Friday with clashes between local youth and Israeli troops. Villagers along with their international and Israeli...
One Injured, Four Arrested During The Weekly Bil'in Anti Wall Protest
PNN - Ramallah – PNN - One man was injured, four other supporters arrested as Israeli troops attacked the weekly anti wall protest in Bil’in village, central West Bank. As is the case for...
Deutsche Bank: "We are out of Elbit"
Stop The Wall - Germany’s biggest bank Deutsche Bank has divested the bank’s 2% stake in Elbit Systems, an Israeli arms company that supplies the Israeli military and provides components for the Apartheid Wall in Occupied Palestinian Territory that was found to be in violation of international law by the International Court of Justice. [
In photos: Harvesting Qalqiliya strawberries
5/27/2010 - Palestinian workers pick strawberries at a field next to Israel's separation wall in the West Bank city of Qalqiliya on 26 May 2010. MaanImages / Khaleel Reash [end]
Video - Bil'in, A Day in the Life: Live Fire, Tear Gas, Sound Bombs, Detentions, Torched Olive Tree.wmv
Uruknet May 25, 2010 - This morning, as is their wont, Israeli Occupation Forces intruded into the village of Bilin, this time there were only three to the forefront with backup behind them, when challenged they beat a retreat. Yesterday afternoon, villagers rushed to quench a fire in an olive tree sited close to the Apartheid-Annexation Wall which had to...
Emanuel visits Old City, sheds tear at Western Wall
Ha'aretz - Obama's chief of staff also visited the Aish Hatorah Yeshiva, where he had a fantastic vantage point of the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
23-year-old Israeli backpacker killed in Bolivia
Ha'aretz - Ido Farran dies after falling off an all terrain vehicle during a trek with friends., Activists reject offer by father of captured IDF soldier to mediate with government if they agreed to carry parcel and letter., At OECD conference in Paris, prime minister reiterates idea he first presented before his election., In indictment against Ameer Makhoul, state prosecutors claim prominent political campaigner was recruited by Lebanese militants in Denmark., While authorities actively prepare for future threats, the Israeli public appears unfazed., Move could indicate Obama administration's intent to lessen its involvement in peace process; Palestinians pressure U.S.: Discuss Israeli withdrawals, not gestures., Mine is, after all, the generation that gave Israel the settlements., Saying Israel is progressive and creative doesn't work when its politicians focus on victimhood and aggression., IDF to erect investigation committee over allegations that military tank sparked the fire as its metal wheels moved over rocks., Hearing on Wednesday was to deal only with accusations in Rishon Tours case., Shoteh Hovel struck in face and body by assailant dressed as police officer, just two weeks after his car was targeted by explosives., Netanyahu says financial reform to limit private sector centralization to be implemented this year., If you've purchased a health insurance plan that was approved by the insurance commissioner, can you be sure a professional has made sure the coverage is reasonable and logical? Apparently not., Price of PM's upcoming trip has risen by NIS 1.2 million due to special requests, including the installation of a double bed on the plane., Former troops leave English ports for emotional ceremony in France to mark historic WWII rescue., Moscow: We note with regret that our questions to the Polish and U.S. sides over this issue have remained unanswered., Iran President urges U.S. to accept nuclear swap deal, warns that if Obama reaches point of no return, his 'path to friendship with Iran will be blocked forever.', 18-day event includes theater, opera, circus, jazz and more; discounts available for certain performances., Skaat, 28, will represent Israel on Thursday night in the semifinal of the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo., A list of some of the most highly reputed champagne bottles in the world raises the standard, and the price, of pleasure., Israel's next war is just a matter of time, Israel has learned nothing from the separation fence, If Israel is democratic, why not elect an Arab PM?
Humanitarian Flotilla Versus Zionist Navy
Gilad Atzmon, Dissident Voice 5/27/2010
      Haaretz reports that Israel will attempt to block the humanitarian Freedom Flotilla heading toward Gaza. However, according to the Israeli paper, the humanitarian cargo would then be unloaded, inspected and sent to Gaza overland via the United Nations.
     Typical for Israel, it tries to win a lost battle. On the one hand, by stopping the flotilla Israel attempts to maintain its regional status as an omnipotent super power that controls the land, the air and the sea. On the other hand, the Jewish state pathetically also wants to evoke sympathy for being ‘sensitive’ to humanitarian issues and the Palestinian plight.
     The Israeli government fails to gather that the tide has changed. We see through them. We all know what the Jewish state stands for. We all know about the devastation in Gaza, we know about the siege, the destruction and the crimes against humanity. We all watch the Israeli separation wall cutting through Palestinian family’s houses and olive orchards. We also follow the racist ethnic cleansing in East Jerusalem. The Israelis better save us from their spins and manipulations.
     In case the Israelis still fail to see it, they are dealing this time with an international flotilla that is sailing under Turkish and Greek flags, a fleet that carries 800 enthusiast activists from all over the world. The Israelis are dealing with peace lovers who are determined to break through the siege and deliver medical aid, cement, paper and food. On the deck we have 35 European parliamentarians who must have decided to say NO to Zionist fund raisers. This flotilla is a clear signal to Israel that the game is over. Israel is now all but officially isolated. All that is left for Israel is to come to terms with its true nature: a shameless racist, murderous and terrorist state.
     Militarily and politically Israel locked itself into a limbo. For the Israelis it is a “no win situation....
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‘WSJ’ runs Israeli flotsam and jetsam about flotilla
Mondoweiss - Charles Levinson in the Wall Street Journal : Some Israeli officials see a lose-lose public-relations situation. "We can't win on this one in terms of PR," said Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor says. "If we let them throw egg at us, we appear stupid with egg on...
Child Killing Officer Faces Criminal Charges
Palestine Monitor: 26 May 2010 - In July 2008, Ahmed Moussa, 10, was fatally shot during a demonstration against the separation wall in the West Bank village of Ni'lin. Today the prosecution indicted an unnamed border police officer on charges of manslaughter by gross negligence. Ahmed Moussa, far left, before the demonstration Ahmed Moussa was shot in the forehead with 5.56 mm caliber live ammunition, and pronounced clinically dead upon arrival at Ramallah hospital. He had joined a protest in the West Bank village of Ni'lin, which was eventually broken up by an Israeli border police jeep, which fired rubber-coated bullets to disperse the protesters. While escaping towards the village, Ahmad fell down in the rocky terrain and lost one of his shoes. When he turned back to pick it up, witnesses reported a border policeman aimed his M-16 rifle towards him and fired a single shot of live ammunition. Ahmad was taken to the Ramallah...
Fighters Detonate An Explosive Charge Near The Electronic Fence In Gaza
IMEMC - 25 May 2010 - Palestinian fighters detonated an explosive device near an Israeli military vehicle, Tuesday morning, near the Erez terminal in northern Gaza.
IDF troops escape unharmed after bomb explodes on Gaza border
Ha'aretz - Wagon rolls over bomb apparently planted by militants 60 meters from security fence; two mortar shells strike near Ashkelon.
IDF troops escape unharmed after bomb explodes on Gaza border
Ha'aretz 26 May 2010 - Wagon rolls over bomb apparently planted by militants 60 meters from security fence; two mortar shells strike near Ashkelon.
Curfew imposed on East Jerusalem village
5/24/2010 - Jerusalem - Ma'an - An early-morning raid of Al-Esawiyeh, a village in occupied East Jerusalem, followed the imposition of a curfew, popular committee officials told Ma'an on Monday. The raid began reportedly at 4am, where Israeli forces, composed of border guards and intelligence officers, deployed around and inside the village, which lies behind Israel's separation wall, the....
Palestinian nonviolence relies on global non-silence
Yousef Munayyer, Jerusalem Fund for Education and Community Development 5/23/2010
      When will there be a Palestinian Gandhi? I’m often asked this question by people who sympathise with Palestinian suffering but are uncomfortable associating themselves with resistance movements that they see as violent or terrorist.
     The reality of course is that Palestinian nonviolent resisters are not only active today but have a long and storied history in the Palestinian struggle. The real question is: why haven’t we heard about them?
     Like many resisting oppression, Palestinian Gandhis are likely to be found in prisons after being repressed by Israeli soldiers or police or in the hospital after being brutally beaten or worse.
     In recent years, the Israeli repression of Palestinian nonviolent dissent has increased significantly and Israel is showing signs of transforming into a fully-fledged police state. Even Israeli citizens, both Palestinian such as Ameer Makhoul and Jewish, have faced intimidation in one form or another for being critical of Israel’s policies. Surely, Israel has realised that its ongoing occupation, continued colonisation of Palestinian land, and its bombardment of civilian-packed Gaza have significantly and negatively impacted on its image abroad. The images of nonviolent Palestinian protests against the Israeli occupation aren’t helping Israel’s reputation either.
     Perhaps that is why recently many nonviolent activists and initiatives have been shut down and repressed. Jamal Juma, Muhammad Othman and Abdallah Abu Rahman may not be household names like Gandhi or Mandela but they have been just as consistent in resisting Israel’s illegal segregation wall in the West Bank by organising nonviolent demonstrations for years. And, like Gandhi and Mandela they have paid a price by being arrested on multiple occasions.
     The Israeli repression efforts extend far beyond the arrests of nonviolent demonstrators against the wall.... -- See also: Source: The Guardian
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Two Civilians Injured As Troops Attack Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura – PNN - Two Palestinian civilians were injured another two arrested by Israeli soldiers during the weekly anti wall protest in Al Ma’ssara village near Bethlehem, southern West Bank. Villagers...
Troops Attack Villagers Of Nabi Saleh And Injure One
PNN - Ramallah- PNN- one civilian were injured dozens suffered tear gas inhalation as Israeli troops attacked on Friday the villagers of Nabi Saleh anti wall protest in central West Bank. Villagers along with...
Obama's top aide Emanuel in Israel
YNet News - White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel arrived in Israel over the weekend for a private visit, during which his son will celebrate his bar-mitzvah at the Western Wall. .......
Duweik participates in anti-wall protest march
PIC 22 May 2010 - Dr. Aziz Dweik has taken part in the peaceful anti wall march organized weekly by Ma'sara village inhabitants in Bethlehem district against the Israeli occupation authority's separation wall.
Abbas Offers Concessions Over Borders
IMEMC - 21 May 2010 - The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, offered Israel concessions regarding the borders of the anticipated Palestinian State.
Two Fighters Killed In Khan Younis
IMEMC - 21 May 2010 - Palestinian sources reported Friday that two fighters were shot and killed during clashes with Israel soldiers east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. The Israeli army confirmed killing two fighters near the border fence separating Gaza from Israel.
Two Civilians Injured As Troops Attack Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
IMEMC - 21 May 2010 - Two Palestinian civilians were injured another two arrested by Israeli soldiers during the weekly anti wall protest in al-Ma’ssara village near Bethlehem, southern West Bank.
Two Children Injured, Three Arrested By Soldiers In Bil'in's Weekly Wall Protest
IMEMC - 21 May 2010 - On Friday two children were injured, along with three other civilians, as Israeli troops attacked the weekly nonviolent protest in Bil’in village, central West Bank.
Troops Attack Villagers Of Nabi Saleh And Injure One
IMEMC - 21 May 2010 - One civilian was injured, and dozens suffered from the effects oftear gas inhalation as Israeli troops attacked, on Friday, the villagers of Nabi Saleh's anti wall protest in central West Bank.
Wall Street Journal: Palestinians make surprisingly large land offer to Israel
Ha'aretz - In framework of proximity talks, Palestinian negotiators have reportedly proposed giving up twice the West Bank territory Abbas offered Olmert.
Report: Abbas offers big concessions to Israel
Palestine Note 21 May 2010 - New York - Palestinian negotiators offered surprisingly large land concessions to Israel during ongoing indirect peace talks, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday. According to the report , in the first weeks of the US-mediated talks, Palestinian...
Two Civilians Injured As Troops Attack Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura – PNN - Two Palestinian civilians were injured another two arrested by Israeli soldiers during the weekly anti wall protest in Al Ma’ssara village near Bethlehem, southern West Bank. Villagers...
Two Injured, Three Arrested By Soldiers In Bil'in's Weekly Wall Protest
PNN - Ramallah – PNN- on Friday two children were injured, three other civilians injured as Israeli troops attacked the weekly nonviolent protest in Bil’in village, central West Bank. This week’s demonstration in Bil’in...
Troops Attack Villagers Of Nabi Saleh And Injure One
PNN - Ramallah- PNN- one civilian were injured dozens suffered tear gas inhalation as Israeli troops attacked on Friday the villagers of Nabi Saleh anti wall protest in central West Bank. Villagers along with...
Wall Street Journal: Palestinians make surprisingly large land offer to Israel
Ha'aretz 21 May 2010 - In framework of proximity talks, Palestinian negotiators have reportedly proposed giving up twice the West Bank territory Abbas offered Olmert.
Report: Abbas may double territory offered to Israel in peace deal
YNet News - Wall Street Journal quotes officials briefed on proximity talks between Israel,....
2 gunmen killed after infiltrating Israel
YNet News - IDF soldiers spot Palestinian cell crossing fence near Kibbutz Nirim; two gunmen....
Soldiers Kidnap Children In Jerusalem
IMEMC - 20 May 2010 - Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Thursday, at dawn several Palestinian children, aged 16-18, in al-Suwwana area, near the walls of occupied East Jerusalem.
154,000 Palestinians Of Jerusalem Isolated From The City
IMEMC - 19 May 2010 - The al-Quds International Institution reported that the Israeli Authorities are continuing the construction of the annexation wall and Jewish settlements leading to the isolation of more than 154,000 Palestinians of the Jerusalem area from the city itself.
Uncertain Education
Palestine Monitor: 20 May 2010 - Since September 2009, seventy children of the Bedouin community Jahalin in al-Khan al-Ahmar have been going to school close to their homes, between Jericho and Jerusalem. But it is unclear whether these children will be able to attend their necessary lessons next year. By the end of the current school year in July, the Israeli Civil Administration will decide whether the demolition will go ahead. If this threat materializes, the children will be deprived of their education. / Reem, Muna and their classmates learn to make little dolls. Photo: Florian Vande Walle For twelve-year-old Reem, the school of al-Khan al-Ahmar changed her life and gave her a future. “ To go to school near to Jericho, I had to wake up at 6.30 in the morning. I arrived at my school between nine and ten o'clock. I returned home around 4 o'clock, three hours after my class was finished. Today it...
154.000 Palestinians OF Jerusalem Isolated From The City
IMEMC - 19 May 2010 - The Al Quds International Institution reported that the Israeli Authorities are ongoing with the construction of the Annexation Wall and Jewish settlements leading to the isolation of more than 154.000 Palestinians of the Jerusalem area from the city itself.
In photos: Bee keeping in Qalqiliya
5/19/2010 - A Palestinian beekeeper tends his hive near a part of the Israeli separation wall in the West Bank city of Qalqiliya on May 16, 2010. MaanImages / Khaleel Reash....
Al–Walaja village is gradually disappearing
Palestine Monitor: 19 May 2010 - Al–Walaja village, south of Bethlehem, is gradually disappearing. In 1967, approximately half of it was annexed by Israel and absorbed into the Jerusalem municipality. This hillside village lies nearby the Israeli Jewish settlement of Gilo. The settlement is expanding and Israeli authorities are seizing more land. According to a military confiscation order handed to the villagers, the path of the Apartheid Wall will stretch over 4,890 meters between Beit Jala and al-Wallaja, affecting 35 families, whose homes may now be slated for demolition. Palestine Monitor visited the village during one of the protests organised by the local residents. Last Thursday a group of Palestinian, Israeli and international activists marched on the construction site of the Wall. They succeeded in temporarily stopping the bulldozers. However, security guards and Israeli border police eventually arrived on the scene and violently removed the protestors. There were four arrests. All pictures by Julian. / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /
Making the case for Zionism
Mondoweiss - Photographer: Ahmad Gharabli/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images, from the Wall Street Journal 's "pictures of the week" for the past week. Reports the Journal: "FACING A CROWD: A Palestinian woman whose house has been occupied by Jewish settlers argued with Israelis who came to celebrate Jerusalem Day in...
Did settlers threaten to 'blow up' Rahm Emmanuel's son's bar mitzvah?
Palestine Note 17 May 2010 - New York - After taking steps toward holding his son's bar mitzvah at Jerusalem's Western Wall, White House chief of staff Rahm Emmanuel apparently cancelled this plan after extremist Israeli settlers threatened the ceremony with violence,...
Beit Jala salutes the Nakba by stopping Israeli bulldozers for two hours
Stop The Wall - For weeks now, the people of Beit Jala, on whose lands the Apartheid Wall is to be constructed, have staged ongoing protests to stop the bulldozers from destroying their land and building the Wall. This time, the demonstrators were even able to fix and raise a Palestinian flag on one of the bulldozers. [
The Nakba continues
Saeb Erekat, Jnoubiyeh 5/13/2010
      The catastrophe continues. As the 62nd anniversary of the expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homes looms, rights continue to be violated and a solution is more urgent than ever.
     A solution based on UN General Assembly Resolution 194 for Palestinian refugees is a must. The creation of a Palestinian state on the 1967 border, with East Jerusalem as its capital, is a must. Releasing all Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails is a must. Solving all permanent-status issues is a must.
     The international community must draw important lessons from the Nakba and make of this anniversary a date when the world upholds international law. No state is above the law, and the international community must end Israeli belligerence and disregard for international law.
     Sixty-two years ago tomorrow, more than 726,000 Palestinians were forcibly displaced from their homes and lands to make way for the State of Israel. They have been prevented from returning ever since. Hundreds of Palestinian villages and neighborhoods were destroyed. Today, over seven million Palestinian refugees live in exile. Of those, more than 1.3 million Palestinians continue to live in 58 UN-administered refugee camps.
     In other conflicts, refugee rights have been honored and respected, including the right of return, restitution and compensation. In stark contrast, however, Israel refuses to even recognize the Palestinian right of return, thus continuing to deny the refugees’ basic rights.
     The Palestinian Nakba continues to this day, as Israeli practices and policies of evictions, home demolitions, deportations, settlement activities, wall-building as well as closure and siege in both the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip generate new waves of displaced persons.
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Israel mulls J’lem construction ahead of Mitchell visit
5/16/2010 - Bethlehem - Ma'an - Jerusalem's Israeli district planning and building committee is scheduled to convene this week to discuss major construction projects near Al-Buraq, also known as the Wailing Wall, the Moroccan Gate, and other sites close to the Al-Aqsa compound in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem, according to Israeli news reports. The Israeli daily....
Video - Ex-Communicated: Enclosure Landscapes in Palestine
Uruknet May 16, 2010 - Ex-Communicated tells the story of Israeli occupation in Palestine through the genre of landscape and the perspective of a camera lens. In his series of remarkable photographs, Gary Fields, a professor of communication at the University of California, San Diego takes us behind the walls, gates, and fences of this deliberately fragmented geography in revealing...
Official Israel now building wall against unapproved intellectuals
Palestine Note 16 May 2010 - Noam Chomsky 's politics are not my own -- but I read him and want to remain aware of his views. I also read Alan Dershowitz , who essentially has become a Noam Chomsky of the right...
Israeli Soldiers Attack A Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura - PNN - Three civilians were injured and eight others were arrested when Israeli soldiers attacked an anti wall protest at the town of Beit Jala near Bethlehem, southern West...
Report; Palestinian Killed In Gaza
IMEMC - 15 May 2010 - The Israeli army reported that soldiers observed at a Palestinian approaching the fence near the Karni Crossing, east of the Gaza Strip, and shot him dead, the Israeli Radio reported.
Fatah: Hamas finally joins popular resistance
5/15/2010 - Ramallah - Ma'an - Fatah spokesman Ahmad Assaf on Saturday welcomed the participation of Hamas leaders in protests against Israel's wall in the West Bank a day earlier. Assaf said in a statement that the debut attendance of Hamas leaders in popular resistance activities, which are traditionally held by Fatah, amounted to a concession that the Islamists....
62 years of Nakba in the West Bank
Stop The Wall - May 15 is ‘Nakba Day’ - the day upon which Palestinians commemorate the expulsion of Palestinians from their lands and homes which resulted in the establishment of the State of Israel. The program of mobilization for the West Bank includes, demonstrations, public lectures, festivals, events in schools, cultural activities, graffiti actions and sessions where the young generation can listen to the oral history of the survivors of the Nakba. [
Mabrouk Wadi Rahhal
5/15/2010 - International Solidarity Movement - Today, Friday 14th May, the small farming village of Wadi Rahhal, just south of Bethlehem, held its first demonstration against the theft of its lands by the massive Israeli colony/settlement of Efrat. In particular, the villagers were objecting to the planned encroachment of the apartheid wall to within 30 metres of the village school....
Palestinians claim elderly man killed by IDF in Gaza
YNet News - Israel Defense Forces say suspect shot after approaching border fence near Karni....
Marking The 62 anniversary Of The Nakba AL Maíssara Protest The Wall
IMEMC - 14 May 2010 - At least around 150 villagers along with Israelis and Palestinians gathered on Friday in the village of Al Ma'ssara, southern West Bank and protest the Israel wall.
Troops Attack The Wall Protest In Bilíin And Arrest One Journalist
IMEMC - 14 May 2010 - Israeli troops arrested on Friday a journalist and attacked protesters with tear gas during the weekly anti wall protest at the village of Bilíin central West Bank.
Protesters bill events as ’culture of resistance’
5/14/2010 - Bethlehem - Ma'an - The popular Palestinian singer Rim Banna will preform by the path of Israel's separation wall at Al-Ma'asara on Friday, as protesters continue to call for a halt to the confiscation of West Bank lands. The event, which comes the day before Palestinians across the globe mark the 62nd anniversary of the Nakba, when....
Marking The 62 anniversary Of The Nakba AL Ma'ssara Protest The Wall
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura - PNN- At least around 150 villagers along with Israelis and Palestinians gathered on Friday in the village of Al Ma’ssara, southern West Bank and protest the Israel wall. Al...
Troops Attack The Wall Protest In Bil'in And Arrest A Journalist
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura - PNN - Israeli troops arrested on Friday a journalist and attacked protesters with tear gas during the weekly anti wall protest at the village of Bil’in central West Bank....
16-year old youth shot dead by settler
Stop The Wall - An Israeli settler killed a 16-year old Palestinian from the village of Mazra’a ash-Sharqiyyeh in the West Bank. Ayssar Yasser Az-Zaben was shot in the back after an armed settler chased his group into fields near his village yesterday at dusk. [
Jerusalem Day: Waving flags, torching flags
YNet News - While hundreds of thousands, mainly yeshiva students, carried Israeli flags throughout the Western Wall pavilion and the Old City in celebration of Jerusalem Day on .......
HOW CAN ISRAEL GET RID OF ARABS NOT LIVING IN THE WEST BANK?
Uruknet May 10, 2010 - The new Military Order of the IDF deals only with the deportation of Palestinians from the West Bank. Just how is Israel to 'deal’ with those Palestinians living 'on the other side’ of the wall? the case of Amir Makhoul, chairman of the Popular Committee for the Defense of Political Freedoms, it started with harassment, then...
Wrong Side Of The Wall
Palestine Monitor - Every day, hundreds of Palestinians from the West Bank enter Israel illegally. Their goal is to work, since Palestinians without permits are not allowed to work in Israel. Once they are inside, they lead lives of considerable precarity and danger, often sleeping in the open air...
Wrong Side Of The Wall
Palestine Monitor: 11 May 2010 - Every day, hundreds of Palestinians from the West Bank enter Israel illegally. Their goal is to work, since Palestinians without permits are not allowed to work in Israel. Once they are inside, they lead lives of considerable precarity and danger, often sleeping in the open air and continually having to evading capture. In addition, they give fuel to a deep-rooted Israeli fear of Palestinian infiltration. The exact number of illegal workers within Israel varies according to the source of the statistics. Figures from Shin Bet, the Israeli Security Agency, put the number at 20,000. A Charles Enderlin report for France 2 in December 2009 estimated that the true number is around double that. Trade union figures used by workers' association Kav LaOved estimate the number to be around 10,000. But by its very nature this is information that is impossible to ascertain, and some experts therefore suggest that the number...
Palestinian politician Barghouthi uninspired by talks
Palestine Note 10 May 2010 - Washington - Peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority have potentially hit a wall after Monday's report that 14 settlement homes are under construction in East Jerusalem, but Palestinian National Initiative leader Mustafa Barghouthi had...
Protest against the Unspeakable: Palestinian citizens of Israel in mass rally
Stop The Wall - In response to a gag order placed on them by the Israeli authorities regarding an act of political persecution by Israel, Palestinian organizations inside the Green Line call on all to join a
Weekend demonstrations continue the struggle
5/10/2010 - International Solidarity Movement - 10 May 2010 - Bil'in - Demonstration in Bil'in symbolizing the Nakba and Palestinian refugees' inability to bury loved ones on native soil. - Today's demonstrators, Palestinians, Israelis, and internationals, marched from the Bil'in mosque towards the illegal apartheid wall. Halfway along the route, the procession picked up several men dressed entirely in black, carrying a coffin with....
Weekly Protest - VIDEO ROUND UP
Palestine Monitor: 10 May 2010 - Up and down the West Bank non-violent protests took place during the last weekend. Here's a video round-up of what happened. Bil'in / Demonstration in Bi'lin - 7 May 2010 Courtesy: Oren Ziv - Activestills Six people were arrested in Bil'in on Friday during a demonstration to commemorate the 62nd anniversary of Al-Nakba. One resident was injured by a teargas canister and dozens suffered tear gas inhalation. Demonstrators, made up of Palestinian, Israeli and international activists, proceeded from Bil'in mosque to the fence. A number of demonstrators dressed in black and carried a coffin with a man inside. Tear gas fired at protesters by an Israeli army unit caused fire in nearby olive groves. Haitham, the injured man, was transferred to hospital in Ramallah. Six others were arrested. Nabi Saleh An eleven-year-old child was arrested at a protest in Nabi Saleh on Friday. He was then taken to the Halamish police...
Palestine's Popular Resistance Continues
Uruknet May 8, 2010 - A poll reveals that a majority of Israelis are willing to ban human rights organization in the 'Jewish state'. A bill introduced in the Knesset would outlaw any Israeli human rights organization which expose Israeli war crimes. Yesterday, one peaceful protester hurt and 6 detained in Bilin's weekly protest against the apartheid wall, which has been...
Beit Jala Town Protest the Wall and Settlements Products
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura - PNN - Around 100 people from the town of Beit Jala, southern West Bank, protest on Sunday the Israeli wall and settlement products. Beit Jala town, a superb of...
IOF troops violently disperse peaceful march
PIC 9 May 2010 - Israeli occupation forces (IOF) beat up Palestinian demonstrators in Beit Jala town, Bethlehem district, on Sunday for marching against the separation wall.
Israel detains Abdullah Abu Rahma, places him in solitary confinement
8 May 2010 - Ramallah, May 8, (Pal telegraph) Israeli Jails Management decided to detain the coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Apartheid Wall in Bil'in, Abdullah Abu Rahma, in solitary confinement for a week and the denied him of his visiting rights for a period of one month. The Popular Committee indicated that occupation justified this punishment by claiming that Abu Rahma...
PNGO statement: Free Ameer Makhoul! Stop repression of Palestinian civil society!
Stop The Wall - May 6, 2010 at 6 am the Israeli General Security Service and Israeli police raided Ameer Makhoul’s home in Haifa and arrested him. Makhoul, serves as General Director of Ittijah – The Union of Arab Community-Based Associations and Chairman of the Public Committee for the Protection of Political Freedoms in the framework of the High Follow-up Committee for the Arab Citizens in Israel. [
Latest talks hold little hope
Mustafa Barghouthi, Ma’an News Agency 5/8/2010
      After 18 months with no direct Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, so-called proximity talks between intermediaries, rather than face-to-face meetings between the direct parties, are scheduled to begin this week. An announcement is anticipated shortly. These shuttle deliberations are expected to continue for four months with Arab League backing. They hold little hope.
     Israel’s governing coalition, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, is unprepared to comply with international law and meet the minimum demands of Palestinian negotiators. Yes, last year, Netanyahu voiced support for a two-state solution, but he loaded it with so many caveats as to make it a meaningless commitment. He said no on a Palestinian capital in East Jerusalem, no on the return of Palestinian refugees to homes and land in Israel, no on crucial control over borders, no on essential dismantlement of settlements illegal under international law. And, in fact, Israel’s Likud Central Committee, approximately 3,000 of the party’s most active members, voted in 2002 — at Netanyahu’s behest — never to permit a Palestinian state west of the Jordan River. The vote still stands today.
     These negotiations will not bring peace. The best outcome that can be hoped for is if they expose Netanyahu to American intermediaries as devoid of positive contributions to peace and intent solely on scuttling progress. Last month, Middle East envoy George Mitchell’s deputy, David Hale, according to a Wall Street Journal story, informed Palestinian officials that the United States would consider allowing a United Nations Security Council resolution that censured a recalcitrant Israel intent on further settlement activity if Palestinians would return to talks.
     If accurate, and the US followed through, this would be a monumental moment as the US has repeatedly vetoed Security Council resolutions directed at Israel, including efforts to stop the Har Homa settlement in occupied East Jerusalem undertaken in the 1990s under Netanyahu....
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Soldiers Use Tear Gas To suppress the Weekly Nonviolent Protest In Nil'in
IMEMC - 7 May 2010 - Many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation as the villagers of Nil'in, central West Bank, protested on Friday Israeli wall built on their lands.
Villagers Near Bethlehem Protest The Israeli Wall
IMEMC - 7 May 2010 - International and Israeli supporters joined the villagers of Al Ma'ssara, Al Walaja and, for the first time, Wad Rahal near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, in the weekly protests against the Israeli apartheid wall on Friday.
Demonstrators succeed in delaying illegal wall construction; brutal military violence hospitalizes three
Uruknet May 6, 2010 - Sitting peacefully in front of the formidable D9 Caterpillar bulldozer, demonstrators were successful today in temporarily halting construction of Israel’s illegal annexation wall. In the village of Al Walaja, approximately 20 Palestinian, Israeli and international activists disrupted work on the wall for nearly 30 minutes. Highlighting the systematic racism of Israeli apartheid, soldiers specifically targeted Palestinian...
Six arrested, one injured in Bil'in
Palestine Note 7 May 2010 - New York - Israeli forces arrested six demonstrators, including Palestinian, Israeli and US nationals, and injured a seventh in the West Bank village of Bil'in during a weekly protest against Israel's separation wall, the Palestinian news...
Soldiers Use Tear Gas To Suppress Nil'in Protest
PNN - Many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation as the villagers of Nil'in, central West Bank, protested on Friday Israeli wall built on their lands. Israeli and international protesters joined...
Villagers Near Bethlehem Protest The Israeli Wall
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura- PNN - International and Israeli supporters joined the villagers of Al Ma'ssara, Al Walaja and, for the first time, Wad Rahal near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, in...
Mazin Qumsiyeh and 2 others arrested, 3 wounded in al-Walaja
Stop The Wall - This morning, May 6, Israeli occupation forces arrested the coordinator of the Popular Committee against the Apartheid Wall and Settlements in Beit Sahour, Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh. Two other Palestinians and one international were arrested also. [
Three Injure, Three Arrest, As Troops Attack Anti Wall Protest Near Bethlehem
IMEMC - 6 May 2010 - Israeli troops injured three Palestinian civilians and detained three others on Thursday during an anti wall protest at Al Walaja village near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem.
Former Yale professor among 4 detained in Walaja
5/6/2010 - Bethlehem - Ma'an - A former Yale professor was among the four detained by Israeli forces during protests against the construction of the separation wall in Al-Walaja on Thursday morning. Witnesses said three others were lightly injured by border police, who used clubs and mace against protesters, in what witnesses said was....
IOF arrest and attack Palestinians during peaceful march in Bethlehem
6 May 2010 - Bethlehem, May 6, (Pal Telegraph) Three civilians were wounded and bruised today morning and 3 others were arrested after the suppression of the Israeli occupation forces of the peaceful march against the wall and settlements in the village of “Walajeh” in Bethlehem. According to Ammar al-Atrash, a member of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and settlement in the village...
New suspects in Dubai killing
Palestine Note 6 May 2010 - Israeli citizen investigated in assassination of Hamas leader Washington - Officials investigating the assassination of Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh in Dubai in January have added five new suspects to their list, The Wall Street Journal reported...
Former Yale professor among 4 arrested at demonstration
Palestine Note 6 May 2010 - Washington - Israeli forces detained at least four demonstrators, including a former Yale professor, who tried to stop Israel's construction of its West Bank wall in the village of Al-Walaja on Wednesday. An IDF soldier detains...
High Court starts to grapple with Seam Zone regime
Jeruslalem Post 6 May 2010 - The court heard petitions protesting the refusal of authorities to grant permits for Palestinian farmers to cultivate land on the “Israeli side” of the West Bank security barrier.
Al-Walaja: Non-violence Versus Bulldozers
Palestine Monitor - On Thursday morning, non-violent protest against the construction of the separation Wall in Al-Walaja ended with 4 detained by Israeli Army. Watch the video. Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Read the...
Al-Walaja: Non-violence Versus Bulldozers
Palestine Monitor: 6 May 2010 - On Thursday morning, non-violent protest against the construction of the separation Wall in Al-Walaja ended with 4 detained by Israeli Army. Watch the video. Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Courtesy: Oren Ziv - ActiveStill Read the article on Ma'an News: http://www.maannews.net/eng/ViewDet...
Seven, Including A Reporter, Wounded In Beit Jala
IMEMC - 2 May 2010 - Palestinian medical sources reported Sunday that seven residents, including a reporter, were wounded after the Israeli Army opened fire at a nonviolent protest against the Annexation Wall in Beit Jala City near Bethlehem.
Maariv: Ron Lauder now acting as go between Netanyahu and Jordanians
Palestine Note 3 May 2010 - Related recent developments Abdullah delivers withering criticism of Israeli polices in April 6 2010 Wall Street Journal interview . J Street leadership meets Abdullah in Amman on May 1 2010. Major General (Res.) Uri Saguy chronicles the...
Israel Prohibits Palestinian Popular Leader Iyad Burnat from Leaving to Jordan
Alternative Information Center - Iyad Burnat, a leader in the popular struggle against the Israeli Wall, was banned by Israel’s military from crossing the West Bank borders into Jordan on Saturday. Burnat is head of the local committee against the...
Israel Prohibits Palestinian Popular Leader Iyad Burnat from Leaving to Jordan
Alternative Information Center - Iyad Burnat, a leader in the popular struggle against the Israeli Wall, was banned by Israel’s military from crossing the West Bank borders into Jordan on Saturday. Burnat is head of the local committee against the wall and settlement in the central West Bank village of...
A Cloud over Jerusalem
Palestine Chronicle: 2 May 2010 - By Uri Avnery - Israel Everyone has the right to change his or her mind. Even Danny Tirzeh. Colonel Tirzeh was responsible for planning the wall that “envelopes” Jerusalem – the one that cuts the city off from the West Bank in order to turn it into the United Capital Of Israel For All Eternity. And now, suddenly, Tirzeh pops up as the main opponent of the wall he himself planned. He wants to move it, so as to leave the lands of al-Walaja village on the “Israeli” side. The Colonel has ceased acting on behalf of the Israeli army and now represents private entrepreneurs who want to build 14 thousand housing units for 45 thousand Jewish souls. All this, of course, for the greater good of Zionism, the Jewish people, Israel’s Eternal Capital, and many tens of millions of shekels. Colonel Tirzeh is not just anybody. He is a...more
Israel Bans Popular Struggle Leader From Traveling
IMEMC - 1 May 2010 - Eyad Burnat, a leader in the popular struggle against the Israeli wall, was banned by Israel’s military from crossing the West Bank borders into Jordan on Saturday.
Journalist, protesters injured in Beit Jala rally, witnesses say
5/2/2010 - Bethlehem - Ma'an - A Palestinian photojournalist and two protesters were reportedly injured on Sunday at an anti-wall rally in the West Bank town of Beit Jala, when Israeli forces deployed riot dispersal means. Israeli peace activist Jonathan Pollack said over 150people participated in the weekly anti-wall demonstration organized by the local Popular Committee in Beit Jala, in the Bethlehem governorate. The protesters marched toward the construction site of Israel's separation wall. Two protesters were hit by rubber bullets, Pollack said, including Muammar Awad, a freelance photojournalist, who was evacuated unconscious to the Sheari Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem after being hit in the head by a tear-gas canister. The injuries occurred when Israeli forces called on those participating in the rally to vacate the area, Pollack said. An Israeli military spokeswoman said an initial inquiry revealed no evidence of any injuries sustained during the incident, and said no complaint was filled with the local District Coordination Office (DCO).
Egypt police kill two migrants on Israel border
Ha'aretz 2 May 2010 - The Africans were shot after ignoring orders to stop while trying to climb over the barbed wire fence.
Israel bans Bilin resident from traveling abroad
2 May 2010 - Bi’lin, May 2, (Pal Telegraph) Ha'aretz reported that the Israeli intelligence prevented on Saturday, a resident of “Bi’lin” area, who is active against the process of building the apartheid wall, from crossing the "The Prophet" bridge on his way to attend a conference held in Europe. Iyad Burnat, said that he wants to talk at these conferences about the presence...
Shabak Bars Bil’in Protester from Traveling to Conferences in Europe
TEL AVIV, May 2, 2010 (WAFA)- Protester against the Israeli Apartheid Wall on the land of West Bank village of Bil’in west of Ramallah, Iyad Burnat wanted to cross the Al Awda  Bridge to travel
A Cloud over Jerusalem
Palestine Chronicle: 2 May 2010 - By Uri Avnery - Israel Everyone has the right to change his or her mind. Even Danny Tirzeh. Colonel Tirzeh was responsible for planning the wall that “envelopes” Jerusalem – the one that cuts the city off from the West Bank in order to turn it into the United Capital Of Israel For All Eternity. And now, suddenly, Tirzeh pops up as the main opponent of the wall he himself planned. He wants to move it, so as to leave the lands of al-Walaja village on the “Israeli” side. The Colonel has ceased acting on behalf of the Israeli army and now represents private entrepreneurs who want to build 14 thousand housing units for 45 thousand Jewish souls. All this, of course, for the greater good of Zionism, the Jewish people, Israel’s Eternal Capital, and many tens of millions of shekels. Colonel Tirzeh is not just anybody. He is a...more
Israel Ban Popular Struggle Leader From Traveling
IMEMC - 1 May 2010 - Eyad Burnat, a leader in the popular struggle against the Israeli wall, was Banned by Israel’s military from crossing the West Bank borders into Jordan on Saturday.
Israeli forces disperse Beit Ummar rally
5/1/2010 - Bethlehem - Ma'an - Israeli forces deployed riot dispersal means toward a group of farmers and their families on Saturday afternoon, as they gathered at the gates of the Karmei Tsur settlement in protest over the destruction of crops. According to the Palestine Solidarity Project, those participating in the rally gathered demanding access to their lands inside the fence surrounding the settlement to inspect 20 almond trees cut down by settlers during the week. Two army jeeps arrived at the scene and Israeli soldiers told gathers to leave the premises, firing tear-gas canisters toward the crowd shortly after the verbal warning."Six soldiers with automatic weapons at the ready then rushed through the gates, whilst their colleagues fired more gas at the retreating villagers," a PSP statement read. The PSP statement further said Mohammad Awad, member of the popular committee, was thrown to the ground and beaten by two soldiers for filming the rally.
Fayyad on May Day: Non-violence supports political track
5/1/2010 - Ramallah - Ma'an - The Palestinian people will continue to struggle for their national project through three interrelated tracks, Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said Saturday at an event marking May Day. During a speech at the headquarters of the General Palestinian Labor Union, Fayyad said the three tracks were political, non-violent resistance and building state institutions. The political track, Fayyad said, represented the PLO's efforts to achieve political gains at all levels, leading to the realization of ending the Israeli occupation, and living in dignity and freedom in a sovereign Palestinian state. Non-violent resistance against the separation wall and settlements, he said, will supplement the PLO's political role and pave the way for the establishment of a Palestinian state on land occupied by Israel in 1967, including East Jerusalem which "remains the eternal capital of the state of Palestine.
Israel Ban Community Organizer From Traveling
PNN - Ghassan Bannoura - PNN- The Israeli military refused to allow Eyad Burnat, a leader in the popular struggle against the Israeli wall, to cross the West Bank borders into Jordan on Saturday....
Anti-wall marches in W. Bank villages go on despite Israeli military escalation
PIC 1 May 2010 - Hundreds of Palestinian citizens and foreign activists participated on Friday in the peaceful weekly marches organized in West Bank villages against the segregation wall and settlement activities.
A Cloud over Jerusalem
Uri Avnery, Dissident Voice 5/1/2010
      Everyone has the right to change his or her mind. Even Danny Tirzeh.
     Colonel Tirzeh was responsible for planning the wall that “envelopes” Jerusalem – the one that cuts the city off from the West Bank in order to turn it into the United Capital Of Israel For All Eternity.
     And now, suddenly, Tirzeh pops up as the main opponent of the wall he himself planned. He wants to move it, so as to leave the lands of al-Walaja village on the “Israeli” side.
     The Colonel has ceased acting on behalf of the Israeli army and now represents private entrepreneurs who want to build 14 thousand housing units for 45 thousand Jewish souls. All this, of course, for the greater good of Zionism, the Jewish people, Israel’s Eternal Capital, and many tens of millions of shekels.
     Colonel Tirzeh is not just anybody. He is a symbol.
     For years I kept meeting him in the halls of the Supreme Court. He had become almost a fixture: the star witness, the expert and the moving spirit in scores of hearings dealing with the Separation and Annexation Wall.
     He knows everything. Every kilometer of the Wall and the Fence. Every hill, every stone. He always carries with him a large bundle of maps which he lays before the judges, earnestly explaining why the Wall must pass here and not there, why the security of the state demands that the Palestinian villages be separated from their land, why leaving an olive grove in the hands of its owner would expose Israeli soldiers to mortal danger.
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