HRW: Israel schuldig aan apartheid/Goed gedaan, NOS teletekstredactie!

HRW: ISRAEL SCHULDIG AAN APARTHEID/GOED GEDAAN, NOS TELETEKSTREDACTIE!

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MISDADEN VAN DE ISRAELISCHE BEZETTINGVERWOESTING VAN GAZA

BEZETTINGSTERREUR
foto Oda Hulsen Hebron 2 mei 2017/Verwijst naar foto van een Palestijnse jongen, die tegen de muur wordt gezet doorIsraelische soldaten, die hem toeriepen ”Where is your knife!”/Later vrijgelaten

NB Het is dus NIET de foto van een Palestijnse jongen, die bij de kraag wordt gegrepen

Foto van Oda Hulsen valt soms weg

Since late 2015, 249 Palestinians have been killed in Israel and the Palestinian territories [File: EPA]http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01/palestinian-teen-killed-israeli-army-clashes-170116155810513.html

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BITTEREBIJPRODUCTEN VAN DE ISRAELISCHE BEZETTING:

ISRAELISCHE NEDERZETTINGEN IN DE BEZETTE PALESTIJNSEGEBIEDENILLEGAAL VOLGENS HET INTERNATIONAAL RECHT

An aerial shot of a housing community

The Israeli settlement of Maale Adumim in the occupied West Bank, with the Palestinian neighborhoods of occupied East Jerusalem in the background. © 2020 Reuters
https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/04/27/qa-threshold-crossed

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NOS TELETEKST REDACTIE

Onderwerp

Uw berichtgeving dd 27 april 2021 ”HRW: Israel schuldig aan apartheid”

Geachte Redactie,

De walrus sprak:

De tijd is daar
Om over allerlei te praten”

Een schoen, een schip, een kandelaar,

Of koningen ook liegen

En of de zee soms koken kan

En een biggetje kan vliegen.
Uit het Engels vertaald uit:

 THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTERLEWIS CARROLL: ALICE IN WONDERLAND
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Walrus_and_the_Carpenter
Leuk he, een passage uit een oude klassieker, Alice in Wonderland,waar de Walrus en de Timmerman met elkaar in gesprek zijn en de Walrus deze woorden uitspreekt.De tijd is daar…….De tijd is ook daar om u deze keer [het is weleens anders, zoals u weet] [1]een compliment te maken over uw berichtgeving met betrekking tothet recente rapport van mensenrechtenorganisatie Human Rights Watch:over Israel, genaamd ”A TRESHOLD CROSSEDISRAELI AUTHORITIES AND THE CRIME OF APARTHEID ANDPERSECUTION” [2]De titel van uw berichtgeving luidt: ” HRW: Israel schuldig aan apartheid”Zie uw teletekstbericht direct hieronder, voor het notenapparaat.
U geeft in uw teletekstbericht niet alleen goed de hoofdpunten vande bijgevoegde verklaring van Human Rights Watch weer-het voerenvan een apartheidsbeleid ten opzichte van Palestijnen, de dominanteover Palestijnen door Joodse Israeli’s, het structureel bevoordelenvan Joodse Israeli’s en het feit, dat Palestijnen in de bezette gebiedenvallen onder het militaire recht- [3].Nog belangrijker is, dat u bereid geweest bent-en dat gebeurt echt niet vaak, ik kan daarvan meepraten [4], een visie en bericht door te laten opuw teletekstmedium, dat duidelijke en onverbloemde kritiek levert opde Israelische politiek tegenover de Palestijnen en wel van de kant van Human Rights Watch, een onverdachte mensenrechtenorganisatie.Ik citeer de heer Kenneth Roth, directeur van Human Rights Watch:”“Prominent voices have warned for years that apartheid lurks just around the corner if the trajectory of Israel’s rule over Palestinians does not change,” said Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch. “This detailed study shows that Israeli authorities have already turned that corner and today are committing the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution.” [5]

HOOR EN WEDERHOOR
Waar ik zeker ook mee instem, is dat u de Israelische reactie[of een deel daarvan] ook vermeldt:Ik citeer uw nieuwsberichtgeving:”Israel spreekt van een onwaar rapport, dat zijn bestaansrecht ondermijnt.”Overigens ben ik dan wel benieuwd, wat voor harde bewijzen deIsraeli willen aanhalen, die hun bewering, dat het een ”onwaar rapport” is,ondersteunen, maar dat is een ander Verhaal, dat buiten deze briefmailvalt.
Goed dus, dat u op deze wijze het principe ”Hoor en Wederhoor” respecteert, alleen wil ik er wederom op aandringen, dat u in uwberichtgeving over het Midden-Oostenconflict [waarbij u het Israelischebeleid, militaire handelingen etc beschrijft], nu eens eindelijk ookde Palestijnse reactie op de gebeurtenissen vermeldt, wat bij u,helaas, maar zelden het geval is.Hier is dus noodzakelijk werk voor u aan de Winkel!

MILITAIR RECHT IN DE BEZETTE PALESTIJNSE GEBIEDEN
Het door Human Rights Watch terecht aangekaarte verschil inrechtsgang tussen Palestijnen en Joodse Israeli’s in de bezette gebieden,waarbij de eerste groep valt onder het ”Militaire Recht” en de tweedeonder het Burgerlijk Recht [6], wat u ook aankaart in uw nieuwsberichtgeving [Goed zo!] wordt ondersteund doortalloze mensenrechtenorganisaties, zoals de Israelische mensenrechtorganisaties Btselem en ACRI. [7]
Mooi is, dat Human Rights Watch zich nu ook in deze respectabele Rijheeft geschaard!
TENSLOTTE
Ik straf, maar beloon ook [Grapje/HAHAHA]Neen serieus:Ik bekritiseer u, wanneer ik dat nodig acht [8], maar vind hetook terecht, u een compliment te maken, wanneer ik tevredenben met uw nieuwsberichtgeving.
En over deze ben ik zeer te spreken
Niet alleen hebt u hier Israel kritiek aan het woord gelaten, methet terechte ”hoor en wederhoor” waarop ook Israel recht heeft,maar ook hebt u enkele essentialia uit het Human Rights Watch rapportin enkele, treffende zinnen, weergegeven.
En nu nog verder werken aan een berichtgeving, waarin u de illegaliteitvan de nederzettingen noemt, het Palestijnse recht op hoor en wederhoormeeneemt in uw berichtgeving, Oost-Jeruzalem als ”bezet”aanduidt en zo meerKijk nog maar eens naar mijn kritiek [8]
Maar voor nu:
Complimenten met uw berichtgeving!Ga zo door!
Vriendelijke groeten
Astrid Essed Amsterdam

NOS TELETEKSTHRW: ISRAEL SCHULDIG AAN APARTHEID
Israel voert een apartheidsbeleid ten opzichte van dePalestijnen, zowel in de bezette gebieden als in de restvan Israel, zegt Human Rights Watch. Israel wil zo de overheersing vanhen door Joodse Israeliers in stand houden, zegt de mensenrechtenorganisatie.
In een HRW-rapport staat, dat Joodse burgers structureel bevoordeeldworden.Zo vallen de Palestijnen in de bezette gebieden onder het militaire recht.Ze hebben geen recht op zelfbeschikking, zegt HRW.Ook in bezet Oost-Jeruzalem zijn er dergelijke verschillen.
Israel spreekt van een onwaar rapport, dat zijn bestaansrecht ondermijnt.
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NOS TELETEKSTHRW: ISRAEL SCHULDIG AAN APARTHEID
https://teletekst-data.nos.nl/webplus?p=127

HRW:Israël schuldig aan apartheid   
                                        
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 Israël voert een apartheidsbeleid ten
 opzichte van de Palestijnen,zowel in de
 bezette gebieden als in de rest van    
 Israël,zegt Human Rights Watch.Israël  
 wil zo de overheersing van hen door    
 Joodse Israëliërs in stand houden,zegt 
 de mensenrechtenorganisatie.           
                                        
 In een HRW-rapport staat dat Joodse    
 burgers structureel bevoordeeld worden.
 Zo vallen de Palestijnen in de bezette 
 gebieden onder het militaire recht.Ze  
 hebben geen recht op zelfbeschikking,  
 zegt HRW.Ook in bezet Oost-Jeruzalem   
 zijn er dergelijke verschillen.        
                                        
 Israël spreekt van een onwaar rapport, 
 dat zijn bestaansrecht ondermijnt.

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NOTEN

[1]

ASTRID ESSED VERSUS NOS TELETEKSTREDACTIEON HER WEBSITE
https://www.astridessed.nl/?s=NOS+teletekstredactie

[2]
RAPPORT HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH:
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHA TRESHOLD CROSSEDISRAELI AUTHORITIES AND THE CRIME OF APARTHEID ANDPERSECUTION27 APRIL 2021
https://www.hrw.org/report/2021/04/27/threshold-crossed/israeli-authorities-and-crimes-apartheid-and-persecution

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHQ & A: A TRESHOLD CROSSEDIsraeli Authorities and the Crimes of Apartheid and Persecution27 APRIL 2021
https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/04/27/qa-threshold-crossed

ZIE OOK

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHABUSIVE ISRAELI POLICIES CONSTITUTE CRIMES OFAPARTHEID, PERSECUTIONCrimes Against Humanity Should Trigger Action to End Repression ofPalestinians
https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/04/27/abusive-israeli-policies-constitute-crimes-apartheid-persecution

(Jerusalem) – Israeli authorities are committing the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The finding is based on an overarching Israeli government policy to maintain the domination by Jewish Israelis over Palestinians and grave abuses committed against Palestinians living in the occupied territory, including East Jerusalem.

The 213-page report, “A Threshold Crossed: Israeli Authorities and the Crimes of Apartheid and Persecution,” examines Israel’s treatment of Palestinians. It presents the present-day reality of a single authority, the Israeli government, ruling primarily over the area between the Jordan
River and Mediterranean Sea, populated by two groups of roughly equal size, and methodologically privileging Jewish Israelis while repressing Palestinians, most severely in the occupied territory.

Prominent voices have warned for years that apartheid lurks just around the corner if the trajectory of Israel’s rule over Palestinians does not change,” said Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch. “This detailed study shows that Israeli authorities have already turned that corner and today are committing the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution.”

The finding of apartheid and persecution does not change the legal status of the occupied territory, made up of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Gaza, or the factual reality of occupation.

Originally coined in relation to South Africa, apartheid today is a universal legal term. The prohibition against particularly severe institutional discrimination and oppression or apartheid constitutes a core principle of international law. The 1973 International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid and the 1998 Rome Statute to the International Criminal Court (ICC) define apartheid as a crime against humanity consisting of three primary elements:

  1. An intent to maintain domination by one racial group over another.
  2. A context of systematic oppression by the dominant group over the marginalized group.
  3. Inhumane acts.

The reference to a racial group is understood today to address not only treatment on the basis of genetic traits but also treatment on the basis of descent and national or ethnic origin, as defined in the International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination. Human Rights Watch applies this broader understanding of race.

The crime against humanity of persecution, as defined under the Rome Statute and customary international law, consists of severe deprivation of fundamental rights of a racial, ethnic, or other group with discriminatory intent.

Human Rights Watch found that the elements of the crimes come together in the occupied territory, as part of a single Israeli government policy. That policy is to maintain the domination by Jewish Israelis over Palestinians across Israel and the occupied territory. It is coupled in the occupied territory with systematic oppression and inhumane acts against Palestinians living there.

Drawing on years of human rights documentation, case studies, and a review of government planning documents, statements by officials, and other sources, Human Rights Watch compared policies and practices toward Palestinians in the occupied territory and Israel with those concerning Jewish Israelis living in the same areas. Human Rights Watch wrote to the Israeli government in July 2020, soliciting its perspectives on these issues, but has received no response.

Across Israel and the occupied territory, Israeli authorities have sought to maximize the land available for Jewish communities and to concentrate most Palestinians in dense population centers. The authorities have adopted policies to mitigate what they have openly described as a “demographic threat” from Palestinians. In Jerusalem, for example, the government’s plan for the municipality, including both the west and occupied east parts of the city, sets the goal of “maintaining a solid Jewish majority in the city” and even specifies the demographic ratios it hopes to maintain.

To maintain domination, Israeli authorities systematically discriminate against Palestinians. The institutional discrimination that Palestinian citizens of Israel face includes laws that allow hundreds of small Jewish towns to effectively exclude Palestinians and budgets that allocate only a fraction of resources to Palestinian schools as compared to those that serve Jewish Israeli children. In the occupied territory, the severity of the repression, including the imposition of draconian military rule on Palestinians while affording Jewish Israelis living in a segregated manner in the same territory their full rights under Israel’s rights-respecting civil law, amounts to the systematic oppression required for apartheid.

Israeli authorities have committed a range of abuses against Palestinians. Many of those in the occupied territory constitute severe abuses of fundamental rights and the inhumane acts again required for apartheid, including: sweeping movement restrictions in the form of the Gaza closure and a permit regime, confiscation of more than a third of the land in the West Bank, harsh conditions in parts of the West Bank that led to the forcible transfer of thousands of Palestinians out of their homes, denial of residency rights to hundreds of thousands of Palestinians and their relatives, and the suspension of basic civil rights to millions of Palestinians.

Many of the abuses at the core of the commission of these crimes, such as near-categorical denial of building permits to Palestinians and demolition of thousands of homes on the pretext of lacking permits, have no security justification. Others, such as Israel’s effective freeze on the population registry it manages in the occupied territory, which all but blocks family reunification for Palestinians living there and bars Gaza residents from living in the West Bank, use security as a pretext to further demographic goals. Even when security forms part of the motivation, it no more justifies apartheid and persecution than it would excessive force or torture, Human Rights Watch said.

“Denying millions of Palestinians their fundamental rights, without any legitimate security justification and solely because they are Palestinian and not Jewish, is not simply a matter of an abusive occupation,” Roth said. “These policies, which grant Jewish Israelis the same rights and privileges wherever they live and discriminate against Palestinians to varying degrees wherever they live, reflect a policy to privilege one people at the expense of another.”

Statements and actions by Israeli authorities in recent years, including the passage of a law with constitutional status in 2018 establishing Israel as the “nation-state of the Jewish people,” the growing body of laws that further privilege Israeli settlers in the West Bank and do not apply to Palestinians living in the same territory, as well as the massive expansion in recent years of settlements and accompanying infrastructure connecting settlements to Israel, have clarified their intent to maintain the domination by Jewish Israelis. The possibility that a future Israeli leader might someday forge a deal with Palestinians that dismantles the discriminatory system does not negate that reality today.

Israeli authorities should dismantle all forms of repression and discrimination that privilege Jewish Israelis at the expense of Palestinians, including with regards to freedom of movement, allocation of land and resources, access to water, electricity, and other services, and the granting of building permits.

The ICC Office of the Prosecutor should investigate and prosecute those credibly implicated in the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution. Countries should do so as well in accordance with their national laws under the principle of universal jurisdiction, and impose individual sanctions, including travel bans and asset freezes, on officials responsible for committing these crimes.

The findings of crimes against humanity should prompt the international community to reevaluate the nature of its engagement in Israel and Palestine and adopt an approach centered on human rights and accountability rather than solely on the stalled “peace process.” Countries should establish a UN commission of inquiry to investigate systematic discrimination and repression in Israel and Palestine and a UN global envoy for the crimes of persecution and apartheid with a mandate to mobilize international action to end persecution and apartheid worldwide.

Countries should condition arms sales and military and security assistance to Israel on Israeli authorities taking concrete and verifiable steps toward ending their commission of these crimes. Countries should vet agreements, cooperation schemes, and all forms of trade and dealing with Israel to screen for those directly contributing to committing the crimes, mitigate the human rights impacts and, where not possible, end activities and funding found to facilitate these serious crimes.

“While much of the world treats Israel’s half-century occupation as a temporary situation that a decades-long ‘peace process’ will soon cure, the oppression of Palestinians there has reached a threshold and a permanence that meets the definitions of the crimes of apartheid and persecution,” Roth said. “Those who strive for Israeli-Palestinian peace, whether a one or two-state solution or a confederation, should in the meantime recognize this reality for what it is and bring to bear the sorts of human rights tools needed to end it.”
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[3]

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHABUSIVE ISRAELI POLICIES CONSTITUTE CRIMES OFAPARTHEID, PERSECUTIONCrimes Against Humanity Should Trigger Action to End Repression ofPalestinians
https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/04/27/abusive-israeli-policies-constitute-crimes-apartheid-persecution
ZIE VOOR TEKST, NOOT 2

[4]
ZIE NOOT 1

[5]

”“Prominent voices have warned for years that apartheid lurks just around the corner if the trajectory of Israel’s rule over Palestinians does not change,” said Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch. “This detailed study shows that Israeli authorities have already turned that corner and today are committing the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution.”

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHABUSIVE ISRAELI POLICIES CONSTITUTE CRIMES OFAPARTHEID, PERSECUTIONCrimes Against Humanity Should Trigger Action to End Repression ofPalestinians
https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/04/27/abusive-israeli-policies-constitute-crimes-apartheid-persecution
ZIE VOOR TEKST, NOOT 2

[6]

”Israel has maintained military rule over some portion of the Palestinian population for all but six months of its 73-year history. It did so over the vast majority of Palestinians inside Israel from 1948 and until 1966. From 1967 until the present, it has militarily ruled over Palestinians in the OPT, excluding East Jerusalem. By contrast, it has since its founding governed all Jewish Israelis, including settlers in the OPT since the beginning of the occupation in 1967, under its more rights-respecting civil law.”
RAPPORT HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH:
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHA TRESHOLD CROSSEDISRAELI AUTHORITIES AND THE CRIME OF APARTHEID ANDPERSECUTION27 APRIL 2021
https://www.hrw.org/report/2021/04/27/threshold-crossed/israeli-authorities-and-crimes-apartheid-and-persecution

[7]

””A new report published by the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) outlines the nature of the legal regime currently operating in the West Bank. Two systems of law are applied in a single territory: one – a civilian legal system for Israeli citizens, and a second – a military court system for Palestinian residents. The result: institutionalized discrimination.”

ACRI [ASSOCIATION FOR CIVIL RIGHTS IN ISRAEL]ONE RULE, TWO LEGAL SYSTEMS: ISRAEL’S REGIME OF LAWSIN THE WEST BANK24 NOVEMBER 2014

REPORT14 OCTOBER 2014ACRI [ASSOCIATION FOR CIVIL RIGHTS IN ISRAEL]ONE RULE, TWO LEGAL SYSTEMS: ISRAEL’S REGIME OF LAWSIN THE WEST BANK

https://law.acri.org.il//en/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Two-Systems-of-Law-English-FINAL.pdf

”Officially, military courts are authorized to try anyone who commits an offense in the West Bank, including settlers, Israeli citizens residing in Israel, and foreign nationals. However, in the early 1980s, the Attorney General decided that Israeli citizens would be tried in the Israeli civilian court system according to Israeli penal laws, even if they live in the Occupied Territories and the offense was committed there, against residents of the Occupied Territories. That policy remains in effect to this day. This means that people are tried in different courts, under different laws, for the exact same offense committed in the exact same place: Palestinian defendants are tried in military courts, their guilt or innocence determined according to the evidence laws followed in this court system, and their sentences according to the provisions of military orders. Israeli defendants are tried in a civilian court in Israel, exonerated or convicted under Israeli evidence laws, and sentenced under Israeli law as well.”
BTSELEM.ORGTHE MILITARY COURT11 DECEMBER 2017
https://www.btselem.org/military_courts

[8]

ASTRID ESSED VERSUS NOS TELETEKSTREDACTIEON HER WEBSITE
https://www.astridessed.nl/?s=NOS+teletekstredactie

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