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France


- Envoy slammed for saying French Jews aren't 'ordinary citizens' (Arutz 7) - "the statement "is reminiscent of a similar remark made by then-Prime Minister Raymond Barre after the bombing of a Paris synagogue in 1980"."
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/204166#.Vl1ciL_GDIo
"The French Jewish community is in a fury in the wake of a letter sent last week by French Ambassador to the US Gerard Araud, which included a shocking statement in response to the Islamic State (ISIS) attacks on Paris earlier in the month.
In the letter written to French citizens residing in the US, Araud did not mention ISIS in relation to its six attacks that left 130 murdered. He went on to draw a comparison with the January attacks in Paris, in which Muslim terrorists murdered 17 people in attacks on the Charlie Hebdo satirical paper and on a Jewish supermarket.
"These are the foundations of our model of society that the terrorists seek to destroy: Yesterday journalists and Jews; now ordinary citizens whose only crime was to enjoy life on a Friday night in Paris," said Araud, in a shocking distinction between Jews and "ordinary citizens."
One Jewish ex-pat living in New York, Ron Agam, took to Facebook to write, "tonight French people in the US received a letter from the French Ambassador about the events in Paris. To my surprise I learned that I - the Jew that I am - was not a regular French citizen, I was a Jew.”
Schlomoh Brodowicz, a French Jewish academic who immigrated to Israel, told The Algemeiner this week why Araud's statements are particularly damaging. "This man (Araud) is supposed to represent France in a major country which hosts the third-largest Jewish community in the world," Brodowicz said of the ambassador to the US. "And his message clearly sets the Jews apart from other French citizens."
"When one recalls the slaughter committed by Islamists on January 9, 2015 in the HyperCasher kosher grocery store - where four Jews doing their shopping for Shabbat were killed - this message sounds like: ‘Those who were killed while they enjoyed entertainment on Friday night were ordinary citizens, while those who were shopping for Shabbat on Friday afternoon were not ordinary citizens; they were merely Jews.'"
He noted that the statement "is reminiscent of a similar remark made by then-Prime Minister Raymond Barre after the bombing of a Paris synagogue in 1980: ‘This heinous attack was aimed at Israelites who go to synagogue, but struck innocent French people crossing the street.'"
The academic appraised that Araud may not have intentionally distinguished between French Jews and other French citizens, particularly because he listed "journalists" together with Jews while noting the January attacks. However, he said, "I venture to think that a person of such high diplomatic rank should be able to word a message the way it should be read"."

- Egyptian Cleric Talaat Zahran: France behind Paris Bombings for Fear Muslims Were Taking Over the Country (20 novembre, Vidéo 2mn54) - "When France saw that there were six million Muslims on its land... they began to fear that the Muslims would storm their democratic system, and would take over power and become ministers. That is why they plotted this trap, losing some lives, just like America lost thousands of lives when the Twin Towers were destroyed."
http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/5188.htm
- Here's a Muslim who DOESN'T blame Jews for #ParisAttacks. (He blames the French.) (Elder of Ziyon) - voir vidéo ici.
http://elderofziyon.blogspot.fr/2015/11/heres-muslim-who-doesnt-blame-jews-for.html

- Taguieff : «Le complotisme fournit des justifications au terrorisme», Eugénie Bastié (Le Figaro) - "Il ne faut pas négliger les sources internes, propres à la culture islamique, par laquelle s'est transmise la conviction qu'existe un complot permanent des Juifs et de chrétiens contre l'islam et les musulmans. Au cours de la deuxième moitié du XXe siècle, les théoriciens du djihad ont réactivé particulièrement les passions judéophobes, pour mobiliser contre Israël et le «sionisme mondial»".
http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/2015/12/01/01016-20151201ARTFIG00041-taguieff-le-complotisme-fournit-des-justifications-au-terrorisme.php
"- Le Figaro : Quels sont les liens qu'entretiennent complotisme et islamisme ?
- Pierre-André Taguieff (philosophe et historien des idées) : Les croyances complotistes constituent une clé pour lire les évènements dans tous les pays musulmans. Le décryptage litanique par le schème du complot prend un caractère rituel, d'une redoutable efficacité symbolique : à force d'être répété, martelé, le message finit par s'imposer. La passion motrice du complotisme islamiste est un fort sentiment d'humiliation, qui produit du ressentiment, c'est-à-dire une haine doublée d'un sentiment d'impuissance contre l'Occident et d'une volonté de vengeance. D'où un discours victimaire et vindicatif très répandu au Proche-Orient, dans les groupes islamistes comme chez les dictateurs, tel Saddam Hussein jusqu'en 2003. L'anti-américanisme, l'anti-occidentalisme et la judéophobie classiques se doublent aujourd'hui d'une «gallophobie» : la France, mélange de laïcité et de chrétienté, est désormais fantasmée comme la pointe avancée du combat contre l'islam.
- Quelles sont les sources de ce complotisme islamiste ?
- Il ne faut pas négliger les sources internes, propres à la culture islamique, par laquelle s'est transmise la conviction qu'existe un complot permanent des Juifs et de chrétiens contre l'islam et les musulmans. Au cours de la deuxième moitié du XXe siècle, les théoriciens du djihad ont réactivé particulièrement les passions judéophobes, pour mobiliser contre Israël et le «sionisme mondial». Le plus célèbre d'entre eux est le Frère musulman Sayyid Qutb, qui a écrit au début des années 50 un pamphlet intitulé Notre combat contre les Juifs, devenu l'un des livres de chevet des islamistes radicaux. Cet imaginaire islamique du complot a fusionné avec la culture européenne du complot juif ou judéo-maçonnique international. D'où le succès des Protocoles des Sages de Sion dans le monde musulman. La synthèse a été achevée dans les années 1990 par les idéologues d'Al-Qaïda, Ben Laden et Zawahiri, créateurs en février 1998 du Front islamique mondial pour le djihad contre les Juifs et les Croisés. Les textes d'Al-Qaïda et de l'État islamique (Daech) comportent de nombreux développements complotistes mais ils témoignent surtout d'une volonté de répondre au prétendu «complot contre l'islam» par des conspirations réelles impliquant des actes terroristes.
- Le complotisme est-il dangereux ?
- Les croyances complotistes constituent l'un des facteurs favorisant la radicalisation idéologique et le basculement dans le djihadisme. À partir du moment où de jeunes musulmans fanatisés pensent qu'il existe en France un «racisme anti-musulmans» institutionnel et une «islamophobie d'État», ils sont tentés de croire qu'il sont des victimes de complots criminels contre eux et leur religion, fomentés par le pouvoir ou des groupes organisés, imaginés le plus souvent comme «sionistes» ou manipulés par les «sionistes». Cet imaginaire complotiste peut provoquer une sécession et une rébellion des jeunes fanatisés, et nourrir leur désir de recourir à une violence supposée juste et purificatrice, par laquelle ils assouvissent leur soif de vengeance sur le thème: «Ils nous tuent, donc nous les tuons.» Même le terrorisme a besoin de justifications. Le complotisme leur en fournit."

- Le retour de docteur Tariq et Mister Ramadan, Baudouin Eschapasse (Le Point.fr) - "Une publication qui rappelle ses prises de position ambiguës après l'attentat contre Charlie".
http://www.lepoint.fr/societe/le-retour-de-docteur-tariq-et-mister-ramadan-30-11-2015-1985950_23.php

- "Qu'est-ce qu'être juif ?", la réponse de Frédéric Encel (docteur en Géopolitique de l’université Paris VIII, maître de conférences à Sciences-Po Paris) (Vidéo 2mn08) - une réponse courte mais dense.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWvX_n8BWzo

- Abbas à Paris : Israël dévaste l’environnement palestinien (Times of Israel) - "« Nos arbres sont déracinés, notre agriculture est détruite », a déclaré le président de l’Autorité palestinienne".
http://fr.timesofisrael.com/abbas-israel-devaste-lenvironnement-palestinien/

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Intifada al-Aqsa

- Un Palestinien qui tentait une agression au couteau en Cisjordanie [mardi] tué par la police (AFP) - "Le carrefour du Gush Etzion, sur la route entre Bethléem et Hébron dans le sud de la Cisjordanie, a été le théâtre de plusieurs attaques anti-israéliennes ces dernières semaines".
https://fr.news.yahoo.com/cisjordanie-tentative-dattaque-au-couteau-lagresseur-palestinien-tu%C3%A9-063308283.html
- Deuxième tentative d’attaque anti-israélienne au couteau [mardi] (Times of Israel) - "Une femme palestinienne a été abattue alors qu’elle essayait d’attaquer un homme au carrefour à Enav".
http://fr.timesofisrael.com/deuxieme-tentative-dattaque-anti-israelienne-au-couteau/

- Palestinians: The Real Goal of the Intifada, Bassam Tawil (Gatestone Institute) - "A public opinion poll published last week refutes Abbas's claim that Palestinians are committing terrorist attacks out of "despair and frustration"."
http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/6973/palestinian-intifada-goal
"As the current Palestinian campaign of terrorism against Israel is about to enter its third month, it is still not clear to many what the Palestinians are trying to achieve. The Palestinians cannot even agree on a name for their campaign. Some are referring to it as an "intifada," while others are describing it as a "Habba Jamahiriya" ["popular puff," or "flurry"].
The Palestinians also have not been able to agree on the motives behind the stabbing, shooting, firebombing and car-ramming attacks. Palestinian Authority (PA) leader Mahmoud Abbas has repeatedly claimed during the past few weeks that the terrorists are setting out to kill Jews out of "despair and frustration" and the lack of a "political horizon." But Abbas seems intentionally to be ignoring that it is he and his Palestinian Authority who are responsible -- together with Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other Palestinian factions -- for the violence, as a result of their daily incitement against Israel.
This is yet another instance in which anyone could have predicted what was going to happen. Throughout the past year, Abbas has been telling his people that Israel was planning to destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque and "change the Arab and Islamic character and identity" of Jerusalem. He condemned Jews for "defiling the Aqsa Mosque with their filthy feet." Abbas, his spokesmen and PA-controlled media outlets also have also repeatedly been telling Palestinians that Israel is committing "war crimes" and "summary executions" of innocent Palestinians.
This is, as Abbas knows, exactly the type of incitement that prompts Palestinian teenagers to grab a knife, run out into the street and murder the first Jew they see. Those young Palestinians are also tragic victims of the poisonous campaign of the inflammatory anti-Israeli language emanating from Palestinian leaders such as Abbas, mosque preachers, news outlets and social media.
Contrary to Abbas's outrage, no one has yet found even one terrorist who claimed to have attacked a Jew out of "despair and frustration" at the "lack of a political horizon." If you look through the social media accounts of these young terrorists, many have said that they set out to kill Jews to "defend" Al-Aqsa Mosque. They seem to have been influenced by the romantic notion of Abbas's repeated fictitious claims that Jews were plotting to destroy the mosque, followed by high-flown fantasies of themselves as heroes charging forth to rescue it.
A public opinion poll published last week refutes Abbas's claim that Palestinians are committing terrorist attacks out of "despair and frustration." The poll, conducted by the Watan Center for Studies and Research, found that 48% of the Palestinians interviewed believe that the real goal of the "intifada" is to "liberate all of Palestine." In other words, approximately half of Palestinians believe that the goal of the "intifada" should lead to the destruction of Israel.
What is notable, is that only 11% of respondents said that the true goal of the "intifada" should be to "liberate" only those territories captured by Israel in 1967. Another 12% of Palestinians said they believe that the goal of the "intifada" was to release prisoners held by Israel.
The results of the poll, which covered 1,167 Palestinians above the age of 18, show that a majority of Palestinians continue to seek the destruction of Israel. The poll shows that only a few Palestinians see only the West Bank, Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem as the future Palestinian state. They want the "intifada" to replace Israel with a Palestinian state [...]
These Palestinians do not see a difference between, say, Ma'aleh Adumim, a "settlement" on the outskirts of Jerusalem, and any city inside Israel. One only needs to look at reports in the Palestinian media to see that Tel Aviv, Rishon Lezion, Kiryat Gat and Ra'anana are all considered "settlements." These reports also show that Palestinians do not see a difference between a Jew living in the West Bank and Israel -- instead, they are all depicted as "settlers" and "colonialists." [...]
According to the poll, more than 75% of Palestinians support the use of violence against Israel. More than 44% of respondents support the use of firearms against Israel; 18% are in favor of using knives to kill Jews, and another 14% would like to see Palestinians use stones. This contradicts Abbas's claim that the Palestinians want a "peaceful and popular" uprising.
Another noteworthy finding of the poll is that 72% of Palestinians want the current "intifada" to continue. In other words, an overwhelming majority of Palestinians would like to see their youths carry out more terror attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers. They want to see more terror attacks because their leaders and journalists are telling them that those who kill Jews are "heroes" and "martyrs" who will have streets, squares, schools and tournaments named after them. [...]"

- Yaalon : Nul besoin d’invasion de la Cisjordanie, ni d’éliminations ciblées (Times of Israel)
http://fr.timesofisrael.com/yaalon-nul-besoin-dinvasion-de-la-cisjordanie-ni-deliminations-ciblees/
"Le ministre de la Défense Moshe Yaalon a rejeté dimanche les demandes des politiciens pour une escalade dramatique dans les opérations de Tsahal en Cisjordanie afin de mettre fin à la vague d’attentats terroristes qui a tué au moins 20 Israéliens depuis deux mois.
L’ancien ministre des Affaires étrangères Avigdor Liberman, un critique de longue date de la politique du gouvernement à l’égard de la Cisjordanie et de Gaza, avait exigé une nouvelle politique de « victoire décisive », notamment des éliminations ciblées dans la bande de Gaza contre ceux qui incitent les Palestiniens à tuer des Israéliens, et des incursions terrestres dans les villes palestiniennes, similaires à celles qui ont mis fin à la Seconde Intifada avec l’Opération Rempart de 2002.
Yaalon, qui avait été chef d’état major pendant l’opération Rempart, a rejeté ces appels, les qualifiant de « slogans. » « Depuis l’Opération Rempart, quand nous avons du entrer dans la zone A, » c’est-à-dire les parties de la Cisjordanie qui comprennent les villes palestiniennes, « nous n’avons pas hésité à le faire, » a-t-il déclaré dimanche matin à la radio publique. Tsahal « rentre dans la zone A. Il n’y a donc pas besoin d’éliminations ciblées. S’il y a des informations sur un terroriste dans un endroit, nous entrons et l’arrêtons, même au cœur de la zone A, dans le camp de réfugiés de Jénine ou dans la Qasbah à Naplouse. Cette fois, on n’a pas besoin d’une autre Opération Rempart. J’adore ces slogans. Il n’y a pas besoin de divisions [afin d’envahir les villes palestiniennes]. Une unité d’infiltration entre, effectue l’arrestation et sort. Ces opérations ont lieu des dizaines de fois par jour ».
Yaalon a appelé à la patience et la à résilience face à la vague de terreur actuelle. « Je demande instamment aux gens d’être patients. Cela n’est pas un défi qui se résout d’un coup. Ces sortes de conflits exigent de la résilience, de la patience et bien-sûr de la détermination et de la créativité, et nous le faisons. » [...]
Yaalon avait averti vendredi que les attaques terroristes ne s’arrêteraient probablement pas prochainement. « Cette vague va nous accompagner dans les prochains jours, les prochaines semaines, et peut-être plus que cela, » avait dit Yaalon selon la radio militaire.
Parlant devant l’Union des industriels lors d’une conférence à Eilat, le ministre de la Défense avait déclaré, « Nous ne savons pas si la terreur se terminera bientôt, ou quand elle se terminera. Il nous faut donc nous préparer à toute éventualité ». Il n’est pas sûr que efforts d’Israël pour endiguer la violence vont marcher et ils pourraient en fait avoir l’effet contraire à court terme, a-t-il averti. « Nous ne pouvons pas promettre que les choses vont se calmer. Elles risquent de dégénérer. »"

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Israël

- Israël commémore l’exode des Juifs des pays arabes (Times of Israel) - "Des centaines de milliers de Juifs ont été forcés de fuir les pays musulmans dans les années précédant 1948 et immédiatement après la création de l’Etat d’Israël. Connue sous le nom collectif de Juifs Mizrahi, la communauté a accédé ces dernières années au pouvoir politique parallèlement à une reconnaissance accrue du statut de réfugiés de ses membres et de la célébration de leurs cultures".
http://fr.timesofisrael.com/israel-commemore-lexode-des-juifs-des-pays-arabes/

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Gaza & Hamas

- Senior Hamas Official Al-Bardawil: Jews Kill Palestinian Children in Order to Knead Their Blood into Passover Bread (Al-Aqsa TV, 26 novembre, Vidéo 2mn32) - "In a November 26, 2015 interview on the Hamas Al-Aqsa TV channel, Salah Al-Bardawil, a Hamas leader in Gaza, said that the Jews had "ancient biblical beliefs, which instructed them to kill children and collect their blood, in order to knead it into the bread that is eaten on Passover." "This is the killing of a Palestinian child in order to collect his blood and to knead it into the bread they eat," he said". Voir la vidéo ici.
http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/5187.htm
- Salah Al-Bardawil: "Why does the Zionist enemy, with all its might, execute Palestinian children – especially Palestinian girls? I can tell you that there are six reasons for this – not just one reason, but six. The first reason for the targeting of Palestinian children has to do with faith. The Zionist entity subscribes to false biblical doctrines – especially today, when we are experiencing so-called extremism. But this is a typical Jewish situation, which is in harmony with the biblical-Zionist history and faith. This is manifest in the Quran, which quoted the Jews as saying: "kill the sons of the belivers" [Quran 40:25]. Thus, they subscribe to a principle of faith, which they must implement, and kill the sons of the believers.
Why not kill the believers? Why kill their sons? The killing of the sons of the believers – or, to be clearer, the killing of the Palestinian children – stem from children being weaker and thus easier to kill than adults. This is a cowardly enemy, which fears retaliation, and therefore it targets the weaker, still accomplishing the goal of reducing the number of Palestinians. [...]
In addition, they have beliefs which they have tried to conceal from the world. I am referring to the ancient biblical beliefs, which instructed [the Jews] to kill children and collect their blood, in order to knead it into the bread that is eaten on Passover. This is the killing of a Palestinian child in order to collect his blood, and knead it into the bread they eat. Today, they are trying to say that these things never happened, and that it was a joke or a lie, but these are the facts of history. Anyone reading about their history will find this there."
- Le Hamas relance la rumeur du meurtre rituel de Pessah (Times of Israel) - "Le dirigeant du groupe terroriste affirme qu’Israël tue des enfants Palestiniens pour utiliser leur sang pour la matza".
http://fr.timesofisrael.com/le-hamas-relance-la-rumeur-du-meurtre-rituel-de-pessah/
- Hamas leader says Jews kill Pal kids to use their blood for matzah (Elder of Ziyon) - "So Jews have been using Palestinian children's blood for matzoh since Biblical times. Can't wait for Wikipedia to update its articles".
http://elderofziyon.blogspot.fr/2015/11/hamas-leader-says-jews-kill-pal-kids-to.html

- Egyptian siege of Gaza continues (Elder of Ziyon) - "If you look at goods that were imported from Egypt versus Israel, it would look even worse for Egypt. Yet we are still not seeing any articles about Egypt's "siege" of Gaza. Egypt says that these closures are necessary for security reasons. But Israel has far more fear of violence from Gaza and yet it allows far more access to and from an enemy territory".
http://elderofziyon.blogspot.fr/2015/11/egyptian-siege-of-gaza-continues.html

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"Processus de paix"

- On the Future Palestinian State, Fernando Teson (scholar at Florida State University College of Law) - "The legitimacy of a state is subject to requirements beyond lawful title over land".
http://bleedingheartlibertarians.com/2015/11/on-the-future-palestinian-state/
"Almost everyone has by now accepted the two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. The new Palestinian state would be created in the territory west of the Jordan River (the parties have not agreed on the boundaries). I here avoid the many difficult issues raised by the two-state solution [...]. I just address a foundational issue.
When does a group have the right to create a state? The answer commonly heard in the context of Palestine is “why, the Palestinians can create a state as soon as they recover the land that belonged to them and that has been unlawfully occupied by Israel.” This answer treats territorial sovereignty as akin to property. Just as persons have property rights over land, so collective entities (called “peoples” in international law parlance) have title of some sort over land. If another collective entity (in this case Israel) unlawfully occupies that land, then the original owner has the right to eject the trespasser.
Now suppose that’s true, that collective entities have land rights, and that the land on which the Palestinians will establish their state is theirs. This does not mean that they are entitled to create any state whatsoever. The legitimacy of a state is subject to requirements beyond lawful title over land. The literature on this is not uniform, but the most-cited requirements are respect for human rights and the rule of law. A group is not entitled to create a state that will enforce racial segregation, persecute dissenters, oppress women, and the like. More: there is a growing sense that democratic governance is a requirement of legitimacy as well.
Perhaps these requirements are not very demanding, but I should note that none of the Middle Eastern allies of the Palestinians meet them. Supporters of a Palestinian state that only care about the territorial claim would have to treat the North Korean state as legitimate, since there is no question that the North Koreans have title to that territory. This shows that you cannot be a supporter of human rights and simultaneously take the position that state legitimacy is defined only by the soundness of the territorial title. A sound principle, then, is that a collective entity has the right to create only a certain kind of state, a legitimate state, one that will respect the rights of its subjects.
Now I’m not saying that the Palestinians will create a tyrannical state. I don’t know, and I certainly hope not, although there are reasons to doubt that the Palestinian state will be any better than the objectionable regimes in the region. All I’m saying here is that Palestinians, like everyone else, are not entitled to create a tyrannical state."

- 10 Things to Know about the UN Partition Vote of November 29, 1947, Amb. Alan Baker (Director of the Institute for Contemporary Affairs at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs)
http://jcpa.org/10-things-to-know-about-the-un-partition-vote-of-november-29-1947/
"On November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly voted in favor of a resolution which adopted the plan for the partition of Palestine recommended by the majority of the UN Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP). 33 states voted in favor of the resolution and 13 voted against. 10 states abstained.
1- It was a historic resolution that expressed the then-prevailing view of most of the major states of the United Nations, which voted in favor of it.
2- It established the principle of two states for two peoples.
3- It recognized the uniqueness of Jerusalem and the Jewish people’s bond to the city.
4- Had the Arabs agreed to live with the resolution as the Israelis did, despite its drawbacks from the standpoint of both sides, we would be in a different situation today with far fewer bereaved families on both sides.
5- Because of the Arabs’ rejection of it and in light of their decision to fight its implementation, the resolution has not assumed any validity except for the historical symbolism of its basic content.
6- The significance of its nonimplementation is that all the previously existing historical and legal rights as recognized by the Balfour Declaration, the Palestine Mandate, and the San Remo Resolution have remained in force.
7- From that time to the present, negotiation mechanisms prescribed by Resolution 242 (1967), the Camp David accords (1979), and the Oslo agreements (1993-1999) have not been completed and no solution has been agreed upon.
8- Therefore, all the claims about Israel’s rights (and also, of course, about the Arabs’ rights) are still valid and remain unchanged until agreement on a permanent settlement is reached.
9- Therefore, any assertion by the United Nations and the Europeans about the territory belonging to the Palestinians in fact contravenes the symbolic basis of the partition resolution.
10- The time has come for the states to recognize this and stop contravening that symbolic basis."

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Egypte

- Egyptians who support Israel's right to exist can lose their citizenship (Elder of Ziyon) - "In other words, when Egyptians accuse citizens of being Zionist, they aren't just insulting them - they are putting their citizenship at risk. This could help explain why Egypt's dwindling Jewish community has been careful never to say anything remotely pro-Israel - it could get them deported".
http://elderofziyon.blogspot.fr/2015/11/egyptians-who-support-israels-right-to.html

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Syrie

- Syrie : les Russes ont fait 1500 morts (AFP) - "Les frappes menées par la Russie en Syrie ont fait 1502 morts, dont près d'un tiers de civils, depuis le début de l'intervention militaire russe le 30 septembre, a indiqué aujourd'hui l'Observatoire syrien des droits de l'Homme (OSDH)" ; "485 victimes civiles, dont 117 enfants de moins de 18 ans et 47 femmes". A comparer, donc, avec la couverture médiatique qui aurait eu lieu si de telles frappes dévastatrices étaient israéliennes.
http://www.lefigaro.fr/flash-actu/2015/11/30/97001-20151130FILWWW00142-syrieles-russes-ont-fait-1500-morts-en-2-mois.php
- Syrie : des frappes russes font 30 morts (Reuters) - "J'ai vu des personnes jetées dans les rues, des corps déchiquetés et des enfants terrifiés qui appelaient leurs parents".
http://www.lefigaro.fr/flash-actu/2015/11/29/97001-20151129FILWWW00152-syrie-des-frappes-russes-font-30-morts.php

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USA

- National Women's Studies Association passes absurd pro-BDS resolution (Elder of Ziyon) - "In plain English, a group of people who hate Israel use pseudo-intellectual gobbledygook to claim that somehow historic oppression of women are interconnected with Israel's actions to defend itself from terror. Therefore, out of all of the examples of oppression in the world, these academics decided that Israel's actions are the only ones that must be condemned and the only ones that are "interconnected" with women's studies, and therefore Israel is the only country that must be boycotted. Syria and China and North Korea are just dandy".
http://elderofziyon.blogspot.fr/2015/11/national-womens-studies-association.html

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Europe

- Étiquetage européen : Israël suspend le rôle de l’UE dans le processus de paix (Times of Israel)
http://fr.timesofisrael.com/etiquetage-europeen-israel-suspend-le-role-de-lue-dans-le-processus-de-paix/
"Israël a annoncé dimanche qu’il suspendait les contacts avec l’Union européenne sur le conflit palestino-israélien, en réponse à l’étiquetage des produits originaires des implantations israéliennes dans les Territoires paestiniens décidé par Bruxelles. Le Premier ministre israélien, Benjamin Netanyahu, a « ordonné la suspension des contacts diplomatiques avec les institutions de l’Union européenne et ses représentants sur cette question », a indiqué le ministère des Affaires étrangères dans un communiqué. [...]
Le communiqué officiel israélien affirme dimanche que cette suspension des contacts avec Bruxelles sera en vigueur en attendant une « réévaluation » du rôle de l’UE dans le processus de paix. Il assure que les contacts avec les responsables nationaux représentant les États membres de l’UE ne seront pas affectés par cette mesure. « Il est important de clarifier qu’Israël maintiendra les contacts diplomatiques avec les États européens — tels que l’Allemagne, la Grande-Bretagne et la France — mais pas avec les institutions de l’Union européenne », souligne-t-il. [...]
« Depuis l’entrée en fonction de la nouvelle équipe à la tête de l’UE (il y a un an) nous avons clairement dit en Israël que nous nous félicitions des contributions de l’UE au processus de paix. Ce qui arrive pourrait nous forcer à reconsidérer » cette position, avait prévenu le 11 novembre à Bruxelles le chef de la mission israélienne auprès de l’UE, David Walzer. [...]"

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