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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Stones


Does the launching stones at Israeli civilians and soldiers is half Palestinian popular resistance against the occupation in the West Bank or terrorist act that has caused the deaths of Israeli Asher Palmer and his 1 year old son in September 2011? Given the significant increase in attacks with rocks (of the 431 cases in January to 560 in March), in Israel ask tougher law enforcement measures against those responsible. Many of these are children. Palestinian President Abu Mazen, defends what he calls "popular protests" against the wall or building (no pause) in the colonies in the West Bank and condemns the use of weapons or suicide as in the Second Intifada. Question is in which category enters a stone. Or a stone. Does the size and weight of it? The goal?? For Israelis, especially those who have undergone the stones while traveling in cars and buses in the West Bank or in certain areas of Jerusalem, is a weapon that can kill or seriously injure. Although the authors have 14 years. For Palestinians, the stone is his form of protest (symbolic, desperate or media) to Israeli military superiority. Note that Palestinians have also suffered attacks from stones thrown by settlers and extremists younger. Like last year when a Molotov cocktail hit a Palestinian taxi wounding Hassan family, including two children. In 2012 there was an increase in settler attacks on people, properties, olive groves and farmland Palestinians. They are regular clashes between Palestinians throwing stones and so called "boys from the hills", representatives of the radical nucleus in the illegal outposts.  stones against stones. Hooded, with one hand and throw stones with the other filming. With the stone, try to harm and intimidate. With the camera or S martphone , try to perpetuate the moment to accuse the other side to the world. The controversy over the stone throwing has increased with a controversial article in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz journalist Amira Hass. So begins his manifesto for this action and that has sparked outrage in Israel: " The stone throwing is the natural right and obligation of who is under a foreign regime. The stone throwing is an action and a metaphor for the resistance." While the Settlers Council of Judea and Samaria (West Bank) has asked the police to open an investigation against what he considers "incitement to violence", the Israeli Adva Biton has written an open letter to Hass recalling that three weeks ago his family suffered a serious accident as a result of a rock near Ariel. Biton, and recovered from his wounds, not separated from her daughter Adele, aged three, who is still hospitalized in critical condition. Amira, see the Department of Intensive Care and see my Adele, a girl aged three tubes connected to. Vive me I face the difficult experience. A stone does not differentiate between blood and blood, or between an adult and a child of three years . A stone is a tool to kill as any other." Biton noted that the first paramedic who came to help his daughter was an Israeli Arab. "I agree with you, Amira. Everyone has the right to freedom. Whether Arab or Jew. But there is no reason in the world for my daughter Adele is connected to tubes and fighting for his life nor no reason Rooting for the world to these attacks." Several Israeli journalists and politicians accuse Hass of "crossing the red line" citing other parts of your article that encourages the Palestinians : "It would be logical that Palestinian schools teach students basic kinds of resistance." Hass, a veteran Israeli journalist known for his activism in favor of the Palestinian cause, he clarifies that, in his opinion, the Palestinians have the right to stone throwing but "must learn to distinguish between civilians and carrying weapons, among children and the military and the limitation of the weapon and its failures in the past. "

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