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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Peace Negotiations l Israel publishes the names of the first batch of Palestinian prisoners released

Moussa Abu Atiya Ali Salam arrested in 1994 after killing the Rotenberg Isaac Israeli (69 years and Holocaust survivor) and Ahmad Ibrahim Salah Mughdad, imprisoned since 1993 for the death of Israel Tenenbaum (a guard of 72 years of a hotel in Netanya) are two of the 26 Palestinian prisoners to be released this week before the resumption of peace negotiations. Following approval two weeks ago in the Israeli government release of 104 prisoners, a ministerial commission decided last night to the identity of the first of four batches of prisoners to be released in the coming months. The Prison Service has published on its website the list. 17 of the 26 inmates were convicted of violent crimes after killing Israeli civilians or soldiers either. As Raai Salam Ibrahim Ali, who has spent nearly 20 years in jail after being accused of killing whacks Eisenstatt Moris, an old man of 79 years in a park in the town of Kfar Saba. 14 prisoners return to their homes in the Gaza Strip and West Bank 12 . Eight finalized their sentences in the next three years, two of them within six months. A fact emphasized by the Netanyahu environment to calm the anger of many ministers and deputies. Centrist parties in the coalition-Yesh Atid (Yair Lapid) and Hatnuah (Tzipi Livni) - preferred to freeze construction in the colonies prior to release prisoners with blood crimes to allow the return to peace negotiations, stalled for three years. In fact, the announcement yesterday of the Israeli Ministry of Housing 1187 building homes in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, agreed with the U.S., seems an attempt by the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to "calm" the anger over nationalist sector Government voted against the release of prisoners. Once published the list, opens a period of 48 hours to lodge an appeal to the Israeli Supreme Court. The Court, however, does not usually reverse the decision of the Government in relation to the release of Palestinian prisoners. "It's a sad day for the families of the victims who see the output of the murderers of their loved ones and the entire Israeli society. 's a holiday for Palestinian terrorism has bent the Netanyahu government , "says a ELMUNDO. is Meir Indor, director of the association of victims of terrorism, Almagor. "Freed terrorists for nothing," he adds. In recent days, Netanyahu has hinted that the next batches are deemed "dangerous prisoners" could not return to their homes in the West Bank but to Gaza or abroad. One possibility that discards the chief Palestinian negotiator, Saeb Erekat." Israel can not play with the names of the prisoners . All our brothers return to their homes and none will be expelled, "said repeating the message of President Abu Mazen yesterday at a meeting with the minister responsible Palestinian prisoners, Issa Karake added: "His release will increase the chances for peace." Abu Mazen stresses that all prisoners before the Oslo accords (93) will be released, including Israeli Arabs and East Jerusalem. On the other hand, in the Ramallah leadership "study" whether or not to attend first meeting with Israelis planned on Wednesday after the announcement of the tender for homes in East Jerusalem and four West Bank settlements. "The Israeli decision aims to torpedo efforts to resume the peace process in the coming days. Colonies are illegal and illegitimate," Nabil Abu Rudeina complaint spokesman Abu Mazen. This is criticized by his people to return to the negotiating table without starting Netanyahu's commitment to the cessation of settlement construction in the West Bank, territory occupied by Israel in the war of 67. Netanyahu pledged to the Secretary of State, John Kerry, to "limit" the construction blocks that remain under Israeli sovereignty in all future agreements leading to a Palestinian state. It is believed that in the coming months the Israeli government announced a competition to build more houses in major settlement blocs and East Jerusalem. Perhaps coinciding with the next release of Palestinian prisoners.

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