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"These cycles of violence will only stop with a political resolution of the conflict, including addressing the status of Jerusalem and other final status issues, with an end to the occupation, and the realization of a two-State solution on the basis of the 1967 lines, UN resolutions, international law and mutual agreements, with Jerusalem as capital of both Israel and Palestine."
Noch 1970 wusste die isrealische Führung sehr wohl, dass die 1967 bestetzten Gebiete unter der 4. Genferkonvention stehen, welche mit aller Deutlichkeit festhält:
Art. 49. Die Besetzungsmacht darf nicht Teile ihrer eigenen Zivilbevölkerung in das von ihr besetzte Gebiet deportieren oder umsiedeln.
Das war allerdings für Moshe Dayan und Gold Meir kein Hindernis, wie das bisher geheime Dokument zur Gründung der Kolonie Kiryat Arba bei Hebron zeigt:
In minutes of meeting in then-defense minister Moshe Dayan’s office, top Israeli officials discussed how to violate international law in building settlement of Kiryat Arba, next to Hebron.
Yotam Berger Jul 28, 2016 10:17 AM
It has long been an open secret that the settlement enterprise was launched under false pretenses, involving the expropriation of Palestinian land for ostensibly military purposes when the true intent was to build civilian settlements, which is a violation of international law.
Now a secret document from 1970 has surfaced confirming this long-held assumption. The document, a copy of which has been obtained by Haaretz, details a meeting in the office of then-defense minister Moshe Dayan at which government and military leaders spoke explicitly about how to carry out this deception in the building of Kiryat Arba, next to Hebron.
Auf die schriftliche Anfrage der irischen Abgeordneten Martina Anderson im EU-Parlament erklärt Vize Präsidentin Mogherini im Namen der Kommission:
The EU stands firm in protecting freedom of expression and freedom of association in line with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, which is applicable on EU Member States' territory, including with regard to BDS actions carried out on this territory.
Freedom of expression, as underlined by the case law of the European Court of Human Rights, is also applicable to information or ideas "that offend, shock or disturb the State or any sector of the population".
The EU rejects the BDS campaign's attempts to isolate Israel and is opposed to any boycott of Israel.
The period between July 2011 and June 2012 was characterized by mixed trends regarding the system of internal movement and access restrictions implemented by the Israeli authorities within the occupied West Bank. A series of significant easing measures improved the connectivity between several villages and the nearest city and service center. >>> summary (440 KB) >>> full report (4.4 MB)