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PostSubyek: Palestinians Protest Peace Talks   Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:58 am

JERUSALEM, Nov. 27 — A Palestinian man was killed Tuesday in Hebron on the West Bank as Palestinian Authority police officers loyal to President Mahmoud Abbas fired weapons to disperse protests against the Middle East peace conference taking place in Annapolis, Md.


Palestinians protested this week's Middle East peace conference on Tuesday in Gaza.

In Gaza, which is controlled by the Islamic group Hamas, crowds estimated at more than 100,000 came out to protest the Annapolis meeting.

The circumstances of the man’s death were not immediately clear, but medical workers said he had been shot in the chest, news media reported. The protesters and the police were also reported to have been throwing stones at each other.

A police spokesman in Hebron sent a statement to reporters denying that the police had killed the man, identified as Hisham al-Baradei, who was in his 30s.

The Hebron protest was one of several in the West Bank organized by Hizb ut-Tahrir — the Islamic Liberation Party — a small, unarmed, pan-Islamic group that seeks the return of the Caliphate and has become more active in the Palestinian territories.

The Palestinian Authority had announced a ban on demonstrations and news conferences during the Annapolis meeting, under a state of emergency it declared when Hamas took over Gaza after a factional war in June.

Hizb ut-Tahrir is independent of Hamas and criticized it for participating in Palestinian parliamentary elections in 2006.

In Ramallah, also in the West Bank, the police used batons and tear gas and fired into the air to hold back about 300 Islamic demonstrators at a city mosque. Dozens were arrested; some journalists were beaten and briefly detained. Earlier on Tuesday, police officers broke up a smaller demonstration by secularist groups.

Inter-Palestinian violence has mostly been confined to Gaza and is much rarer in the Palestinian cities of the West Bank, where the Palestinian Authority, dominated by Fatah, Mr. Abbas’s party, holds sway.

In early November, Hamas police officers in Gaza shot dead seven Fatah supporters when the police broke up a rally on the third anniversary of the death of the longtime Palestinian leader and Fatah founder, Yasir Arafat.

Baher Assaf, a Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman, said that the Palestinian Authority police had “used brutal force” against marchers in the West Bank, including live ammunition, killing one and wounding “hundreds.”

Mr. Assaf called the Annapolis meeting, where Israeli and Palestinian leaders agreed to work toward a peace pact by the end of 2008, “a conspiracy against the Islamic nation.”

The Palestinian Authority minister for prisoner affairs, Ashraf al-Ajrami, told The Associated Press that there was a “plot to harm the standing” of the Abbas government while Mr. Abbas was in the world limelight. Mr. Ajrami said the government “must investigate the events surrounding” the killing of the protester.

Protesters aside, many Palestinians in Ramallah seemed apathetic about the conference. At the Palestine coffee shop downtown, the news channel Al Jazeera was on mute as customers played cards and listened to music on the radio. The proprietor, who referred to himself as Jamal, 48, said people were not interested “because there were so many conferences that led to nothing.”

A Hamas protester in Gaza, Asma al-Fayoumi, 17, said: “There is a division among Palestinians. There are those after food, life, those that are materialistic, like Abbas, and there are those like us who are seeking life after death.” The large turnout in Gaza pleased her. “There are those who still enjoy good conscience,” she said.

Early Tuesday, Israeli forces fatally shot a Palestinian man who had been approaching them in the southern Gaza Strip, an army spokeswoman said. He turned out to have been unarmed, she said. Hamas said three of its militants had been killed in two other clashes with Israeli forces in Gaza.

Khaled Abu Aker contributed reporting from Ramallah, and Taghreed El-Khodary from Gaza City

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/28/world/middleeast/28palestinians.html?_r=1&oref=slogin
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PostSubyek: Re: Palestinians Protest Peace Talks   Wed Nov 28, 2007 11:28 am

Arab Saudi yakini sidang damai

WASHINGTON: Menteri Luar Arab Saudi Putera Saud Al-Faisal berkata beliau tidak akan berjabat tangan dengan pegawai Israel di sidang damai Annapolis kerana "tangan yang dihulurkan Tel Aviv setakat ini hanyalah dalam bentuk penumbuk."

Bagaimanapun, beliau tetap yakin sidang damai tajaan Amerika Syarikat (AS) di Annapolis, Maryland yang bermula semalam akan membuahkan hasil positif berikutan komitmen yang ditunjukkan Rumah Putih.

Katanya, hasrat AS untuk terus memainkan peranan 'orang tengah' selepas sidang damai berkenaan, termasuk kesanggupan memberi tekanan ke atas Israel, boleh "menyaksikan perubahan dan membawa kepada penyelesaian menyeluruh sebelum presiden George W Bush menamatkan penggal terakhir pemerintahannya dalam tempoh 13 bulan lagi."

Bercakap kepada wartawan majalah Time di Paris sebelum berlepas ke Annapolis untuk menyertai sidang damai berkenaan, Putera Saud memberi amaran bahawa Israel tidak akan memiliki kedamaian selagi tidak berundur dari tanah Arab yang ditakluknya pada perang 1967.

Menteri Luar Arab Saudi itu adalah pegawai paling kanan dari negaranya pernah terbabit dalam sidang damai yang turut disertai oleh Israel.

Bagaimanapun, Putera Saud menegaskan beliau tidak akan bersalam dengan Perdana Menteri Israel, Ehud Olmert atau membuat lawatan simbolik ke Baitulmaqdis sebelum perjanjian damai dimeterai.

"Kami di sini bukan untuk berlakon. Kami di sini untuk secara serius membincangkan kedamaian. Kami tidak mahu berpura-pura seolah semuanya sudah beres," kata Putera Saud.

Beliau juga memberi amaran kepada Israel agar jangan menuntut negara Arab menyerah diri. "Kita tidak perlu Versailles (perjanjian pada 1919 yang mengakhiri Perang Dunia Pertama) bagi dunia Arab iaitu kedamaian yang hanya akan mencetuskan perang pada masa depan."

Olmert ketika memberi reaksi kepada kenyataan Putera Saud itu berkata beliau tidak akan terasa terhina jika tidak berjabat tangan dengan orang yang tidak mahu berjabat tangan dengannya.

"Saya tidak akan menghulur tangan saya kepada sesiapa yang tidak mahu berjabat dengan tangan rakyat Israel. Bagaimanapun, saya gembira mereka (Arab Saudi) berada di Annapolis," katanya.

Pada 1979, apabila Mesir menjadi jiran Arab pertama memeterai perjanjian damai dengan Israel, majlis ditandakan dengan Presiden Anwar Sadat dari Mesir dan Perdana Menteri Israel, Menachem Begin berjabat tangan di laman Rumah putih.

Pada 1993 pula, Presiden Amerika Bill Clinton memerhatikan, Yasser Arafat berjabat tangan dengan Perdana Menteri Israel, Yitzhak Rabin.

Sementara itu di Tebing Barat seorang penunjuk perasaan Palestin terbunuh, ketika beratus ribu penduduk mengadakan bantahan, sehingga menyebabkan pasukan keselamatan terpaksa melepaskan tembakan.

Pekerja perubatan berkata, seorang lelaki berusia 35 tahun maut selepas terkena tembakan di dada, manakala 15 orang lain cedera ketika bertempur dengan anggota keselamatan yang setia kepada Presiden Mahmoud Abbas dan cuba meleraikan perhimpunan itu. Seorang jurucakap polis tidak mengaku bertanggungjawab dalam kejadian itu. � Reuters/Agensi
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PostSubyek: Palestinian protester killed in West Bank   Wed Nov 28, 2007 11:51 am


Para demonstrasi Hizbut tahrir dibelasah di Palestin....

JERUSALEM: A Palestinian man was killed in the West Bank city of Hebron on Tuesday as Palestinian Authority police officers loyal to President Mahmoud Abbas fired their weapons to disperse protests against the Middle East peace gathering taking place in Annapolis, Maryland.

In Gaza, which is controlled by the Islamic group Hamas, crowds estimated at over 100,000 came out to protest the Annapolis meeting.

The circumstances of the man's death were not immediately clear, but medics said he had been shot in the chest, according to news reports. The protesters and the police were also reported to have been throwing stones at each other.

A police spokesman in Hebron sent a statement to reporters denying that the police had killed the man, identified as Hisham al-Baradei, in his 30s.

The Hebron demonstration was one of several in the West Bank organized by Hizb al-Tahrir - the Islamic Liberation Party - a small, unarmed, pan-Islamic group that advocates the return of the Caliphate, and has recently become more active in the Palestinian territories.


The Palestinian Authority had announced a ban on all demonstrations and press conferences during the Annapolis meeting, enforcing a state of emergency it declared after Hamas took over Gaza in a brief factional war in June.

Hizb ut-Tahrir is independent of Hamas and criticized it for having participated in Palestinian parliamentary elections in 2006.

In Ramallah, the police used batons, tear gas and fired into the air to hold back about 300 Islamic demonstrators as they tried to march from a city mosque. Dozens of protesters were arrested; some journalists were also beaten and briefly detained. Police had broken up a smaller demonstration by secularist groups earlier in the day.

Inter-Palestinian violence has mostly been confined to Gaza and is much rarer in the Palestinian cities of the West Bank, where Abbas's Fatah-dominated Authority holds sway.

In early November, members of the Hamas police in Gaza shot and killed seven Fatah supporters when they broke up a rally on the anniversary of the death of the long time Palestinian leader and Fatah founder, Yasir Arafat.

Baher Assaf, a spokesman for Hizb al-Tahrir, said in a statement that the Authority police had "used brutal force" against the marchers in the West Bank, including live ammunition, killing one and wounding "hundreds." Assaf called the Annapolis meeting, where Israeli and Palestinian leaders announced their intention to launch serious peace talks, "a conspiracy against the Islamic nation."

The Palestinian Authority minister for prisoner affairs, Ashraf Ajrami, told the Associated Press that there was a "plot to harm the standing" of the Abbas government while the Palestinian president is in the international limelight. Ajrami said the government "must investigate the events surrounding the incident" in which the protester died.

Protests aside, many Palestinians in Ramallah seemed apathetic about the Annapolis meeting. At the downtown Palestine coffee shop, the Al-Jazeera news channel was on mute as customers played cards and listened to Arabic music over the radio. The proprietor, Jamal, 48, said people weren't interested in Annapolis "because there were so many conferences that led to nothing."

A Hamas protester in Gaza, Asma Al-Fayoumi, 17, said "There is a division among Palestinians. There are those after food, life, those that are materialistic, like Abbas, and there are those like us who are seeking life after death," she said.

The large turnout in Gaza pleased her. "There are those who still enjoy good conscience," she said.

Early Tuesday, Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian man who had been moving close to them in the southern Gaza Strip, an army spokeswoman said. He turned out to have been unarmed, she said. Hamas said that three of its militants were killed in two other clashes with Israeli forces in Gaza.

Khaled Abu Aker contributed reporting from Ramallah, Taghreed El-Khodary from Gaza City

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PostSubyek: Re: Palestinians Protest Peace Talks   Fri Nov 30, 2007 10:16 am

Severe Measures of PA Forces Against Anti-Annapolis Rally in Ramallah, 30 Injured, 200 Detained

Wednesday , 28 November 2007


30 injured, 200 detained as PA forces crack down on anti-Annapolis rally in Ramallah

30 protesters were injured when hundreds of heavily-armed Palestinian police and security forces dispersed a peaceful demonstration in opposition to the international meeting in Annapolis in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Tuesday.


Eyewitnesses said that police and Presidential guards used batons and teargas to disperse the 500 person demonstration, which was held in defiance of a ban on public protests issued by the Palestinian Interior Ministry. Eight people were arrested, including Jamal Juma, the coordinator of the Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign.

Mu'ammar Urabi, head of Watan TV in Ramallah, a member of the Ma'an network, was among those assaulted by Palestinian police.

Wael Shuyokhi, an Al-Jazeera correspondent was also brutally beaten while covering the rally in Ramallah.

At a second demonstration in Ramallah on Tuesday afternoon, witnesses said up to 200 protesters from the pan-Islamist Hizb ut-Tahrir movement were detained by Palestinian security forces. Elderly men and women, activist, and journalists were beaten and detained.

Witnesses said PA forces surrounded the Abdel Nasser Mosque in Ramallah, fired live bullets and used teargas to disperse demonstrators.

Organizers said that up to 14 busloads of demonstrators were unable to reach Ramallah due to a heavy Palestinian security deployment throughout the West Bank.

Ahmad Muslamani, head of the Palestinian Health Work Committees, one of the organizations that sponsored the demonstration, condemned the repression, calling it an attack on freedom of speech. "We will continue to express our opinion. This is a right we have to enjoy," he said.

Dozens of Palestinian civil society organizations from throughout the West Bank, Gaza, and inside Israel endorsed a platform in opposition to the Annapolis conference. A joint statement from the organizers of Tuesday's demonstration called for a process of negotiation "aimed at the implementation of the rights of our people, and the establishment of a timeline for such implementation, not negotiation on the rights themselves."

Of particular concern for the sponsoring organizations is the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes, which they fear will be surrendered in the Annapolis process.

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PostSubyek: Re: Palestinians Protest Peace Talks   Fri Nov 30, 2007 10:20 am

Israel’s relief offer

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury

Jerusalem [capital of Israel] has sent a formal proposal for sending relief materials worth a few million dollars to the cyclone affected people of Bangladesh. This is for the first time, any such offer from Israel came through official channel and Bangladeshi foreign ministry played extremely transparent role in disclosing the matter to the press. It is understood through a number of highly placed sources that the Israeli proposal is being considered in a very positive manner by Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangladesh.

However, there are several opinions in the society about this specific Israeli gesture. Some of the extreme Islamist sections in the society are trying to lobby in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in convincing the Bangladesh government that accepting such relief offer will annoy the radical, extremist and Islamist groups in the country. These elements are actively trying to interrupt any possible relations between Dhaka and Jerusalem. Such groups are no less influential in the society as their influence and grip in politics to administration is increasing almost every day. It may be recalled here that, two of the most vocal figures in Bangladesh opposing Dhaka-Jerusalem relations are Mufti Shahidul Islam and Mufti Fazlul Huq Amini. Mufti Shahidul, who was arrested after the political change on January 11, is in prison facing several charges. He is a personal friend of Ossama Bin Laden and maintains high links with Al Qaeda operatives around the world. Mufti Amini is another pro-Taliban politician in Bangladesh with a political party, which has the open agenda of establishing Shariah law in the country. It not only supports the culture of Jihad but rather preaches such deadly ideology. Despite numerous complaints against Amini, the interim government is for some reason, maintaining silence in taking any actions against this man.

The interim government is also reluctant in taking any action against notorious radical group like Hizbut Tahrir, which continues to operate in Bangladesh defying ban on open politics. This group, having links with militant organizations in Lebanon, Syria etc., brought out a procession in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka against arrival of US Marines in rescue and rehabilitation program of the cyclone affected people. Although law-enforcing agencies charged baton on the angry demonstrators of Hizbut Tahrir, for unknown reason masterminds of this notorious group was spared from any legal action for violating State of Emergency and ban on open politics.

It is known to all that, leaders of the two major political parties in Bangladesh are under severe pressure due to the State of Emergency, when many of them are already arrested and facing numerous charges. But, there is visible exception with Islamist and radical groups, which are for some reason spared from the action. Most of these parties and groups are even continuing political programs under the garb of religious gatherings.

There are indications that some of the senior leaders of extremist, radical and Islamist groups oppose the idea of Bangladeshi government of accepting the Israeli relief offer as well opening the doors of economic cooperation between the nations for mutual benefit. It may be mentioned here that, Pakistan has recently lifted travel ban on Israel and Saudi Arabia has started business with this only democracy in the Middle East. Many of the Arab and non-Arab Muslim nations are already having diplomatic relations with Jerusalem for decades. According to experts, possible Dhaka-Jerusalem relations will greatly benefit the people of Bangladesh in receiving Israel’s magical technology in increasing agricultural production in the country. Indian state of West Bengal receiving Israeli agro-technology and increased crop production to many folds. Moreover, Bangladesh will also be able to receive numerous helps from Israel in medical science, information technology and engineering. Jerusalem will be able to train Bangladeshis in high tech IT sector, thus opening new avenues of job for our people at a huge number in the western destinations. By establishing relations with Israel, Bangladesh can also avail special export benefits to the US market for its readymade garments. Bangladeshi tea can find unexplored market by making kosher tea available for the Jewish consumers. Presently, India and Sri Lanka are enjoying business of exporting kosher tea to world market. According to business analysts, volume of trade in this sector could cross a few million dollars for Bangladesh each year. Bangladeshi cosmetics and toiletries can also find excellent market of exporting kosher items to the global buyers.

Although Israel is among the first four countries to recognize Bangladesh right in 1971, Dhaka is shy in establishing relations with Jerusalem fearing adverse reaction from the local radical as well as some of the Arab nations. But, now everyone agrees that for the sake of the interest of our own people, Bangladesh should not waste any more time in having relations with Israel. It may be further mentioned here that, religious political groups like Khelafat Andolan under the dynamic leadership of Kazi Azizul Huq has already asked the Bangladesh government to lift travel ban on Israel. Many other Bangladeshi organizations and groups have also made similar requests. Bangladesh Non-Muslim Lawyer’s Association [BMLA] has hailed Jerusalem’s offer in helping the cyclone-hit people.
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PostSubyek: Re: Palestinians Protest Peace Talks   Mon Dec 31, 2007 10:47 pm

Pelan damai terjejas

Oleh: LUQMAN HAKIM QUEK ABDULLAH(utusan M'sia30dis2007)

Pada tahun 2006 terdapat seramai 470,562 orang penduduk yang dikategorikan sebagai penempatan orang Israel (Israeli settlement) yang merangkumi tiga kawasan utama iaitu Tebing Barat, Bukit Golan dan Baitulmaqdis.

Ketiga-tiga kawasan terbabit, serta Semenanjung Gaza – yang dikosongkan penempatan penduduk Yahudi sejak 2005 – merupakan tanah-tanah Arab yang dirampas oleh rejim Tel Aviv selepas Perang Enam Hari 1967.

Kawasan terbabit ditadbir sama ada oleh pentadbiran tentera atau pentadbiran awam terutamanya selepas mengambil kira faktor kepentingan strategik dan keselamatan. Antara penempatan penduduk Israel dalam kategori ini adalah;

* Bandar-bandar atau pekan Yahudi dengan prasarana tetap dan mempunyai penduduk mencecah puluhan ribu seperti Maale Adumim, Modiin Illit dan Ariel;

* Kejiranan Yahudi yang terletak bersebelahan dengan kejiranan Arab di bandar yang sama seperti Hebron;

* Kawasan kejiranan penduduk Arab dan Yahudi bercampur seperti Baitulmaqdis;

* Kawasan pinggir bandar di pusat-pusat kependudukan seperti Baitulmaqdis seperti kawasan Gilo dan bandar Sharon iaitu kawasan Karnei Shomrom;

* Blok-blok penempatan seperti di Gush Etzion, Ariel dan kawasan Nablus/Shechem;

* Kampung-kampung hadapan di sepanjang Sungai Jordan; dan

* Pos-pos luar yang dipanggil wildcat yang terdiri daripada rumah setinggan, khemah-khemah dan kediaman bergerak yang biasanya dibina di kawasan-kawasan bukit dengan kejiranan Arab di kawasan lembah.

Isu penempatan Israel merupakan isu sensitif yang menjadi aspek penting apabila memperkatakan pelan damai Palestin-Israel, malah pada peringkat antarabangsa, penguasaan rejim Tel Aviv ke atas kawasan terbabit tidak pernah diiktiraf dan dianggap tidak sah.

Hakikatnya, kawasan ini, iaitu Tebing Barat dan Baitulmaqdis Timur merupakan harapan terakhir kepada penduduk Palestin dalam cita-citanya membentuk sebuah negara sendiri.

Tahap sensiviti berhubung isu penempatan penduduk Israel di kawasan terbabit pernah menyebabkan rundingan damai pada 1997 gagal, yang kemudian menyaksikan intifada Palestin.

Malah ketika kedua-dua pihak mengadakan rundingan damai tajaan Amerika Syarikat (AS) yang dikenali pelan damai “road map” minggu ini hampir gagal apabila Presiden Palestin, Mahmoud Abbas memberi amaran supaya Israel terlebih dahulu menghentikan pembinaan penempatan penduduk Israel di Jabal Abu Ghneim atau Har Homa (dalam bahasa Yahudi).

Tekanan Palestin dan juga AS yang mahukan kedua-dua pihak merintis persetujuan damai sebelum penggal Presiden AS, George W. Bush berakhir pada Januari 2009 menyebabkan Perdana Menteri Israel, Ehud Olmert mengarahkan Kementerian Perumahan menghentikan semua pengeluaran tender penempatan baru terutamanya di Jabal Abu Ghneim dan Maale Adumim.

Bagaimanapun dimudah untuk rejim Tel Aviv menghentikan secara mutlak penempatan penduduk Israel di wilayah- wilayah diduduki terutamanya apabila mengambil kira kepentingan strategik.

Alasan yang digunakan oleh penduduk Yahudi dan rejim ini adalah faktor tanah warisan, yakni kawasan-kawasan yang menjadi penempatan penduduk Yahudi didakwa mempunyai nilai sejarah kerana pernah menjadi tapak penempatan atau tamadun Yahudi pada suatu masa dulu.

Secara strategiknya pula, penempatan penduduk Yahudi ini akan mengesahkan tuntutan rejim Tel Aviv dalam rundingan damai dengan Palestin dan akan menjadi kuasa membuat tawar-menawar.

Pertimbangan ini menjadi benar terutama khususnya di kawasan membabitkan Baitulmaqdis Timur yang dianggap sebagai ibu negara masa depan negara Israel.

Sedangkan Palestin dalam rundingan damai dan pembentukan negara sendiri telah menyatakan secara jelas bahawa bahagian timur Baitulmaqdis akan menjadi ibu negara.

Baitulmaqdis Timur dan Bandar Lama dianggap kawasan rebutan kerana ia menempatkan tempat suci penganut Islam, Kristian dan Yahudi.

Lantaran itu Mahmoud dalam bantahannya terhadap pembinaan 300 blok baru penempatan di Jabal Abu Ghneim menyifatkan ia merupakan tindakan untuk mengepung penempatan Arab di Baitulmaqdis Timur dengan Baitullaham dan seluruh bahagian Tebing Barat.

Hakikat ini dapat difahami kerana rejim Tel Aviv mahu memastikan ibu negara Palestin kelak dikepung sepenuhnya oleh kawasan yang dikuasai Israel dan membolehkan ia terus menguasai pelbagai kepentingan strategik seperti pengangkutan, politik, keselamatan dan membayangi kedaulatan.

Bermakna setiap pergerakan penduduk Palestin keluar dan masuk masih dikawal sepenuhnya oleh tentera Israel dan ia merupakan muslihat yang sememangnya sudah dijangkakan.

Isu penempatan penduduk Israel merupakan masalah berlarutan disebabkan keengganan rejim untuk mengawal kemasukan penduduknya.

Malah ia memberi galakan dengan memberi kelulusan kepada perpindahan masuk penduduk dan mengeluarkan tender pembinaan blok-blok penempatan.

Sejak wilayah-wilayah terbabit dirampas pada 1967, penempatan di tanah-tanah Arab ini dikawal sepenuhnya oleh rejim Tel Aviv yang menjadi pentadbir de facto.

Tindakan kerajaan Israel memberi kebenaran membangunkan penempatan Yahudi hakikatnya bercanggah dengan undang-undang antarabangsa dan resolusi Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (Resolusi 446, 452, 465 dan 471).

Resolusi tersebut dibuat berdasarkan Perenggan VI Piagam PBB yang berkaitan dengan “Pertikaian Penempatan Pasifik” antara pelbagai pihak tetapi tanpa mekanisme penguatkuasaan.

Bantahan Palestin terhadap penempatan Yahudi tersebut juga berasas dan mempunyai sokongan yang kuat kerana Mahkamah Keadilan Antarabangsa membuat interpretasi bahawa setiap resolusi Majlis Keselamatan PBB adalah sah dan perlu dipatuhi.

Bagaimanapun rejim Tel Aviv menunjukkan sebab mengapa ramai pihak bersikap skeptik untuk mempercayainya kerana sejak 1972, jumlah penduduk yang dikategorikan sebagai Israeli settlements - hitnakhluyot dalam bahasa Hebrew – di Tebing Barat meningkat dari 1,182 kepada 268,400 orang tahun lalu.

Di Baitulmaqdis Timur yang dikategorikan sebagai kawasan kejiranan Yahudi yang bergabung dengan kejiranan Arab, terdapat 184,057 orang penduduk penempatan Yahudi – mitnakhalim dalam bahasa Hebrew – pada tahun 2006 berbanding 8,649 orang pada 1972.

Hakikatnya isu penempatan penduduk Israel ini merupakan duri dalam daging antara Ramallah dengan Tel Aviv dan menjadi faktor penentu kepada rundingan damai Palestin-Israel.

Jika kedua-dua pihak berjaya mengatasi masalah ini, ia akan membuka lembaran rundingan damai kepada isu lain yang tidak kurang penting dan sensitif seperti isu sempadan dan pelarian Palestin.
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