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http://indymedia.co.il is a spoof right-wing site. Warn your friends.

you get redirected to some other site, and you even have a "create an account" interface to lure people into giving their email address.

Spread the word. There's no telling what the owners of this site do with email addresses of innocent people.

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Re: right wing indymedia spoof steals email addresses

It is indeed a fake, but also old news.IsReally Media Announces Acquisition of IndyMedia.co.il

NEW YORK, NY - September 24, 2002 (INB)

IsReally Media announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of the
IndyMedia.co.il from IndyMedia Israel of Jerusalem for an undisclosed sum of money and the assumption of certain liabilities. The transaction is xpected
to close by September 30, 2002 and is subject to customary closing conditions, including the approval of IndyMedia Israel's shareholders.

Effective immediately, IsReally Media, Inc. will assume responsibility for operating IndyMedia.co.il.

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http://lists.indymedia.org/pipermail/imc-editorial/2002-September/006012.html

Re: Israeli Zionism = Nazism

Not much difference between "Juden Raus" in the Netherlands and "Araber Raus" in Israel. Equally despicable.

Amsterdam has a Jewish mayor.
When will Jerusalem have a christian or muslim mayor again?

Dani Evers, an Israeli inhabitant of the Occupied Territories with a Dutch passport, is an obstacle to peace, instead of a part of the solution. Let him go live in Israel instead of profiteering from the occupation, or give up his Dutch nationality.

Talk about Zionist hypocrisy...

Please also tell us more about the Zionist support of the Nazi's during WWII, so jews will become more aware that zionists are not good at all for jews, they are only good for zionists.

How amusing

I wanna be an "Indymedia shareholder" too.
Where's my undisclosed sum? :)

Re: סגן הרמטכ\

For the full story please look at
http://www.haaretz.co.il/hasite/spages/509161.html

Re: Court asks gov\'t to reflect on impact of law on Palestinians

We do not have enough accurate information to make further comments on this, however it is a universal tribulation.

Re: human rights watch-Israel and occupied territory

Israel/Palestinian Authority

Israel: Caterpillar Should Suspend Bulldozer Sales
Weaponized Bulldozers Used to Destroy Civilian Property and Infrastructure
Caterpillar Inc., the U.S.-based heavy-equipment company, should immediately suspend sales of its powerful D9 bulldozer to the Israeli army, Human Rights Watch said today. As Human Rights Watch documented in a recent report, the Israeli military uses the D9 as its primary weapon to raze Palestinian homes, destroy agriculture and shred roads in violation of the laws of war.
November 22, 2004 Press Release
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Tell CAT to Stop Aiding Illegal Home Demolitions in Gaza
Write Caterpillar’s chief executive officer to demand the company immediately stop sales of its D9 bulldozer to the Israeli military. The bulldozer is the military’s primary weapon to raze Palestinian homes, shred roads, and level greenhouses in the West Bank and Gaza Strip in violation of the laws of war.
November 22, 2004 Campaign Document

'Disengagement' Will Change Little for Gaza
By Darryl Li and Lance Lattig
Published in International Herald Tribune
As the Israeli government prepares to implement Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to "disengage" from the Gaza Strip, political debate in Israel focuses on the fate of the 6,000 Jewish settlers slated for evacuation. Yet for the 1.4 million Palestinians who live in Gaza, the Israeli occupation will continue, albeit in a different form, even if Israeli troops largely pull back from the territory.
November 2, 2004 Commentary
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Occupied Territories: Stop Use of Children in Suicide Bombings
Palestinian armed groups should immediately end all use of children in military attacks, Human Rights Watch said today, following a Tel Aviv suicide bombing by a 16-year-old that killed three Israeli civilians Monday.
November 2, 2004 Press Release
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Israel: 'Disengagement' Will Not End Gaza Occupation
Israeli Government Still Holds Responsibility for Welfare of Civilians
The Israeli government’s plan to remove troops and Jewish settlements from the Gaza Strip would not end Israel’s occupation of the territory. As an occupying power, Israel will retain responsibility for the welfare of Gaza’s civilian population.
October 29, 2004 Press Release
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Human Rights Watch Letter to Caterpillar, Inc.
Of particular concern, and the reason for this letter, is the IDF’s use of Caterpillar D9 bulldozers for these mass demolitions of private property in Rafah and other parts of the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT).
October 29, 2004 Letter
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Israel: Despite Gaza Pullout Plan, Home Demolitions Expand
Israeli Forces Destroy Homes to Clear Palestinians from Border
The Israeli armed forces have illegally razed thousands of homes, regardless of military necessity, to clear Palestinians from the Gaza-Egypt border and create a “buffer zone,” Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The Israeli government is calling for the destruction of hundreds more homes to widen the zone as part of a plan to “disengage” from the territory.
October 18, 2004 Press Release
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Special Report: Mass Home Demolitions in Gaza
The Israeli armed forces have illegally razed thousands of homes, regardless of military necessity, to clear Palestinians from the Gaza-Egypt border and create a “buffer zone.”
October 18, 2004 Special Focus

Razing Rafah
Mass Home Demolitions in the Gaza Strip
This 135-page report focuses on the southern Gaza town of Rafah, where more than 10 percent of the population has lost their homes. As well as research and interviews conducted in Gaza, Israel and Egypt, the report uses satellite imagery, maps, graphs and photographs to document a pattern of illegal demolitions by the IDF. Such a pattern, the report says, is consistent with the political goal of having a wide and empty border area to facilitate long-term control over the Gaza Strip, rather than absolute military necessity.
October 18, 2004 Report
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Patterns in the Rubble: Mass Home Demolitions in the Gaza Strip
Photo Essay
A Flash slideshow featuring photographs from the Gaza Strip.
October 18, 2004 Graphic

The United States' "Disappeared": The CIA's Long-Term "Ghost Detainees"
In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, the Bush administration has violated the most basic legal norms in its treatment of security detainees. Many have been held in offshore prisons, the most well known of which is at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. As we now know, prisoners suspected of terrorism, and many against whom no evidence exists, have been mistreated, humiliated, and tortured. But perhaps no practice so fundamentally challenges the foundations of U.S. and international law as the long-term secret incommunicado detention of al-Qaeda suspects in “undisclosed locations.”
October 12, 2004 Background Briefing
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Egypt/Israel: Attacks on Civilians Are Unjustifiable Crimes
The bombings of a hotel and other tourist spots in and around the Egyptian resort town of Taba are crimes against humanity that should be vigorously condemned by civic and religious leaders throughout the Middle East, Human Rights Watch said today. The October 7 assaults are among the latest in a pattern of attacks by armed opposition groups in the Middle East that willfully target civilians.
October 12, 2004 Press Release
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Israel: Budget Discriminates Against Arab Citizens
Cabinet Members Should Address Huge Disparities in Education Spending
Israel’s draft budget fails to address systematic discrimination against Palestinian Arab school children, Human Rights Watch said today in letters to the Israeli government. Members of the Israeli cabinet are expected to meet on Sunday to finalize the budget proposal before its submission to Knesset.
August 12, 2004 Press Release
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Israel: Budget Discriminates Against Children of Arab Citizens
Letter to MK Meli Polishook-Bloch
Human Rights Watch is deeply concerned that the proposed FY2005 budget fails yet again to address a legacy of decades of systematic discrimination against Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel in the public education system. We urge you to use your position as Chairperson of the Committee on Education and Culture to help ensure that the final FY2005 budget and actual programs and spending clearly reflect Israel’s obligation to promote the right to education on a nondiscriminatory basis for all Israeli children.
August 11, 2004 Letter
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Israel: Budget Discriminates Against Children of Arab Citizens
Letter to Director General Tirosh
Human Rights Watch is deeply concerned that your Ministry has thus far done little to rectify systematic discrimination against Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel in the public education system. We urge you to ensure that allocations for education in the FY2005 budget and actual Ministry of Education spending clearly reflects Israel’s obligation to promote the right to education on a nondiscriminatory basis for all Israeli children.
August 11, 2004 Letter
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Israel: Budget Discriminates Against Children of Arab Citizens
Letter to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
Human Rights Watch is deeply concerned that despite your statement that “Education is the most effective tool to reduce gaps in Israeli society and provide equal opportunity for every child,” (July 19, 2004), the proposed FY2005 budget fails to address a legacy of decades of systematic discrimination against Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel in the public education system. We urge you to ensure that the final FY2005 budget and actual programs and spending clearly reflect Israel’s obligation to promote the right to education on a nondiscriminatory basis for all Israeli children.
August 11, 2004 Letter
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Israel: Budget Discriminates Against Children of Arab Citizens
Letter to Minister Limor Livnat
Human Rights Watch is deeply concerned that your Ministry has thus far done little to rectify systematic discrimination against Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel in the public education system. We urge you to ensure that allocations for education in the FY2005 budget and actual Ministry of Education spending clearly reflects Israel’s obligation to promote the right to education on a nondiscriminatory basis for all Israeli children.
August 11, 2004 Letter
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Israel: Release Rights Activist Immediately
Israel should immediately release `Abd al-Latif Gheith, a prominent rights activist now being held without charge in a military detention camp, Human Rights Watch said today. In a letter to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, Human Rights Watch said that if Mr. Gheith was suspected of violating any laws, the government should file charges in a court that meets international standards for fair trials.
August 6, 2004 Press Release
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Arrest of Palestinian Human Rights Defender
Human Rights Watch Letter to Ariel Sharon
Human Rights Watch is deeply concerned by the arrest and continued detention without charge of Mr. `Abd al-Latif Gheith, a prominent human rights activist and presently chair of the board of trustees of Addameer, a human rights organization based in Ramallah
August 5, 2004 Letter
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Gaza: Killings in Hospital Violate Laws of War
Palestinian vigilantes apparently affiliated with the Hamas movement violated the core principles of international humanitarian law by attacking a hospital and killing two wounded men in custody who had been accused of collaborating with Israel, Human Rights Watch said today.
August 3, 2004 Press Release

Re: Israel can't count on Europe - yet

Wouldn't you like some peace and quiet for a change? I fail to see what the presence of illegal Israeli settlements, as are all of them that are beyond the green line, like in Hebron, East Jerusalem, Ariel, Golan, etc. etc. contribute to Israels secure existence.

As long as Europe can't count on Israel to respect the law and/or human rights, it is a miracle Israel is still allowed to be a trade partner of the EU.

A European

Re: Israelis to sue Arab Bank

Shout on with the Motley, a multiform.

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