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Palestine: Fatah and Hamas agree to form new unity government in Moscow meeting (en/fr)


(Hamas et Fatah s’accordent pour former un gouvernement d’union nationale à Moscou)

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Comprendre le contexte géopolitique du triangle impossible entre l’Algérie, l’Egypte et l’Etat d’Israël.


En 2014, le quotidien algérien echorouk, , évoquait la question en citant l’économiste algérien, Abderrahmane Mebtoul qui avait indiqué que ”l’Algérie approvisionnerait indirectement Israël en Gaz”, en expliquant que selon un accord passé entre Alger et Le Caire, ce dernier garderait pour l’Egypte, 400 millions m3 du gaz lui livré par l’Algérie et expédierait le surplus à Israël.

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UN Gaza Inquiry Finds Credible Allegations of War Crimes Committed in 2014 by both ISRAEL and Palestinian Armed Groups (OHCHR)


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GENEVA (22 June 2015): The United Nations Independent Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza conflict has gathered substantial information pointing to the possible commission of war crimes by both Israel and Palestinian armed groups.

“The extent of the devastation and human suffering in Gaza was unprecedented and will impact generations to come,” the chair of the commission, Justice Mary McGowan Davis told a press briefing today, adding that, “there is also on-going fear in Israel among communities who come under regular threat”.

The 2014 hostilities saw a huge increase in firepower used in Gaza, with more than 6,000 airstrikes by Israel and approximately 50,000 tank and artillery shells fired. In the 51 day operation, 1,462 Palestinian civilians were killed, a third of them children. Palestinian armed groups fired 4,881 rockets and 1,753 mortars towards Israel in July and August 2014, killing 6 civilians and injuring at least 1,600.

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It is high time for the international community to discuss seriously about the new Israeli extremism taking place under the Netanyahu’s era


On Friday, May 20,the Israeli  Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon,resigned from his post . On the way to the door, Yaalon blasted #Netanyahu, saying he has lost confidence in the prime minister’s decision-making and morals.

Who will  succeed him? Avigdor #Lieberman, a West Bank settler.  He is a former foreign minister and current leader of an ultra­nationalist political party built around the 1 million Russian-speaking immigrants to #Israel.Even  the right-wing Jewish Home party approvingly described the new coalition as Israel’s “most right-wing government ever.” last week.

Israel has been “infected by the seeds of fascism,” said former Prime Minister Ehud Barak.”What has happened is a hostile takeover of the Israeli government by dangerous elements,” Ehud Barak, Israel’s most decorated soldier and a former defense minister following his spell as head of government, told Channel 10 TV.

Lieberman has pressed for Arab citizens of Israel to move to the West Bank and wants to implement the death penalty for terrorists. He also wants to increase pension payments for the Russian newcomers.

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