|A racist Jewish state|
|By Haaretz Editorial|
Every day the Knesset has the option of passing laws that will advance Israel as a democratic Jewish state or turn it into a racist Jewish state. There is a very thin line between the two. This week, the line was crossed. If the Knesset legal counselor did not consider the bill entitled "the Jewish National Fund Law" as sufficiently racist to keep it off the agenda, it is hard to imagine what legislation she will consider racist.
For those living for tomorrow and not the past, the aim is to create in Israel a healthy, progressive state where the needs of the two peoples should concern the leaders and legislators. The Jewish National Fund's land policy counters the interests of the state and cannot discriminate by law against the minority living in Israel.
Friday, July 20, 2007
Monday, July 16, 2007
La video du projet que je coordonne au camp de refugies de Aida- vous recherchons des equipements et des volontaires/ the video of the project I coordinate in Aida refugee camp. We are looking for some volunteers and equipments.
Sunday, July 01, 2007
(c) Anne Paq/Activestills.com, 29 June 2007, Artas
Demonstration in Artas. On the field where the apricot trees were uprooted three weeks ago (see previous posts); the building goes very fast. According to the villagers, the Israelis are building a sewage facily for the settlers.
Manif à Artas. Sur le champ, où des abricotiers ont été arrachés il y a trois semaines, les travaux avancent à grand pas. Selon les villageois, les Israeliens sont en train de construire un système d'evacuation d'egout pour les colons.