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Tema: Palæstina

Se også: Se også: Krigsmodstand (DK) Gaza 2009; Krigsmodstand (int.) Gaza 2009

Palæstina
Se også: Krigsmodstand (DK) Gaza 2009; Krigsmodstand (int.) Gaza 2009
Jesper Juul Mikkelsen: Interview med Palæstina-fredsvagt: “En legitim desperat hungren efter frihed og fred”
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 349, nov 15 – side 11
Note: Socialistisk Arbejderavis har talt med Nik Bras, fredsvagt i Palæstina om undertrykkelsen af palæstinenserne, om det igangværende oprør og om betydningen af den internationale solidaritet.
 
Nick Clark: Palæstina: “I kan ikke gøre livet til et helvede og forvente, at vi accepterer det”
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 349, nov 15 – side 11
Note: En bølge af knivstikkerier begået af palæstinensere i Israel har skabt et hylekor af vrede i mainstream-medierne, men de ignorerer den virkelige vold.
 
Phil Marfleet: An end to isolation? Palestine and the Arab revolutions
International Socialism Journal nr. 145, jan 15 – side 73
Note: On 9 November 2014 Palestinian activists in villages near Jerusalem made a symbolic breach in Israel’s apartheid wall, their way of marking the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The Palestinian Popular Resistance Committees said: “No matter how high walls are built, they will fall. Just as the Berlin Wall fell, the wall in Palestine will fall, along with the occupation”.
 
Jørn Andersen: Hvordan kan Palæstina blive frit?
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 340, aug 14 – side 9
Note: Vejen til Palæstinas befrielse går gennem Cairo, Damaskus, Bagdad og Beirut. Nøglen er arbejderklassen i de store arabiske byer.
 
Jason Farbman: Palæstina under angreb: Et påskud for den næste fase i Israels krig
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 339, jun 14 
Note: Den israelske regering udfører kollektiv afstraffelse af palæstinensere efter tre teenage-bosætteres død – men hvor langt vil den gå?
 
Sabby Sagall: Palestine: 60 years after the Nakba
Socialist Review nr. 325, maj 08 
Note: Sabby Sagall recently visited Palestine as part of a twinning project. Here he describes the daily struggles of Palestinians as they continue to resist the Israeli occupation.
 
Bo Nielsen: Stop Israels krig mod Gazas befolkning: Global Intifada
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 324, nov 12 
Note: Oprør fra neden – Gaza, Cairo, Athen, København
 
Jørn Andersen: Fra Cairo til Palæstina
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 310, jul 11 – side 7
Note: Mens endnu en solidaritetskonvoj er på vej mod Gaza, kigger vi på, hvad der sket i Palæstina siden revolutionen i Egypten.
 
Jonathan Maunder: Book: Voices from the West Bank
Socialist Worker nr. 2254, jun 11 – side 11
Note: This book is a fantastic achievement. It is the outcome of six years of solidarity visits to Palestine, during which the authors interviewed nearly 300 young people living in the West Bank.
 
Estelle Cooch: Palestine: the end of isolation?
Socialist Review nr. 359, jun 11 – side 23
Note: The Arab revolutions threaten to break the networks of control erected by the US and Israel. This has particular significance for Palestinians, whose oppression has been enabled by the collaboration of Arab regimes with Israel. Estelle Cooch asks whether Palestine's isolation may be coming to an end.
 
Siân Ruddick: Nakba protests spark regional resistance
Socialist Worker nr. 2252, maj 11 – side 4
Note: Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinians as tens of thousands marched on Israel’s borders last weekend. Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank, and refugees in Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, took part in the protests to mark the anniversary of the Nakba.
 
Jesper Juul Mikkelsen: Den 3. palæstinensiske Intifada
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 309, maj 11 – side 6
Note: I det meste af verden var der demonstrationer for den 3. intifada d. 15. maj. I Syrien, Libanon, Palæstina og Egypten kom det til store sammenstød. Vi har talt med en fredsvagt, der i øjeblikket er på Vetsbredden.
 
Phil Marfleet: Palestine and the Arab revolutions
Socialist Worker nr. 2251, maj 11 – side 4
Note: Palestinians have given a new twist to the slogans of the Arab revolutions.
In Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and Yemen, mass protests have demanded: “The people want the fall of the regime”. In Gaza and the West Bank, Palestinians have insisted, “The people want an end to the divisions”, calling for Hamas and Fatah to unify against Israeli occupation. When the two organisations last week announced a “national unity government” there were celebrations in the streets.
 
Jonny Jones: Interview: Omar Barghouti on the boycott campaign for Palestine
Socialist Worker nr. 2244, mar 11 
Note: Jonny Jones speaks to Palestinian campaigner Omar Barghouti about the movement for boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel.
 
Siân Ruddick: Middle East round-up: ‘The gates to our freedom have been opened’
Socialist Worker nr. 2239, feb 11 – side 6
Note: Since Tunisia’s revolution began in December, people across North Africa and the Middle East have risen up against their regimes. They are inspired by Tunisia and Egypt, where two dictators were toppled in the last few weeks.
Algeria – Bahrain – Yemen – Palestine
 
John Rose: The answer to Palestine's liberation lies in Cairo
Socialist Worker nr. 2238, feb 11 – side 10
Note: Israel’s grip over the Palestinian people is being weakened as Arab regimes wobble and the US talks of change. John Rose considers what this means for the liberation of Palestine.
 
Spreading revolt
Socialist Worker nr. 2238, feb 11 – side 2
Note: Tunisia – Egypt – Jordan – Yemen – Algeria – Saudi Arabia – Palestine – Morocco
 
Tunesien, Egypten ..: Protesterne spreder sig
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 306, feb 11 – side 10
Note: For første gang i årtier er det lykkedes et folkeligt oprør at vælte en diktator i den arabiske del af verdenen. Eksemplet fra Tunesien og senere fra Ægypten har spredt sig ud over Mellemøsten og Nordafrika. Det har givet mange en tro på at det er muligt at kæmpe imod undertrykkelsen.
 
Jonathan Højgaard: For én stat i hele Palæstina
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 306, feb 11 – side 11
Note: Oprørene i Egypten og Tunesien kan, hvis de spreder sig, blive første skridt til løsning af konflikten i Palæstina. Denne løsning kan ikke bygge på en fortsættelse af fredsforhandlingerne, men må tage udgangspunkt i en ét-stats-løsning, argumenter Jonathan Højgaard Jensen.
 
Ken Olende: Palestine papers: Israel wants wants total humiliation of Palestine
Socialist Worker nr. 2236, jan 11 – side 4
Note: Secret documents reveal that Palestinian negotiators were prepared to offer Israel almost anything to get something they could call a state. Despite this surrender, Israeli negotiators still refused an agreement.
 
Dictators everywhere are living in fear of Tunisian example
Socialist Worker nr. 2236, jan 11 – side 5
Note: Egypt – Jordan – Yemen – Algeria – Palestine – Albania
 
Lisa M. Ødegaard: Interview: Opråb i harmoni fra Gaza
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 303, nov 10 – side 10
Note: København har haft fornemt besøg den sidste måned. Hip hop gruppen D.A.R.G team (Da Arabian Revolutionary Guys) har spillet til undergrundsfestivalen Displaced Expressions, og tog sig også tid til at give et par tunes til antikrigsbevægelsens årlige markering af invasionen af Afghanistan. Jeg mødte deres agent, Fadi M. Bakheet, på Christiania.
 
Jim Nichol: Gaza convoy – blocked but defiant
Socialist Worker nr. 2224, okt 10 
Note: The fifth Viva Palestina convoy from Britain is nearing Gaza. Human rights lawyer and socialist Jim Nichol reports from the convoy.
 
Phil Marfleet + Tom Hickey: The “South Africa moment”: Palestine, Israel and the boycott
International Socialism Journal nr. 128, okt 10 – side 31
Note: Israel faces a new challenge—one the country’s leading strategists consider increasingly effective. This does not come mainly from the towns and refugee camps of the West Bank or Gaza, but from an energetic global movement of solidarity with the Palestinians. Since its launch in 2004 the campaign for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) has stimulated a host of collective actions across five continents, demanding an end to military rule and to Israel’s occupation, and raising important questions about the Zionist movement and imperial power in the Middle East.
 
Jamie Allinson: Hamas, Gaza and the blockade
International Socialism Journal nr. 128, okt 10 – side 57
Note: The Israeli commando raid on the Turkish ship the Mavi Marmara, part of the international “Freedom Flotilla” on a mission to break the blockade of Gaza, seemed to cross a boundary not broken even in the 2006 war against Lebanon or the 2009 war against Gaza.
 
John Rose: Book Review: Jewish intellectuals and Palestinian liberation
International Socialism Journal nr. 125, jan 10 – side 183
Note: Shlomo Sand, The Invention of the Jewish People (Verso, 2009), £18.99 and Avi Shlaim, Israel and Palestine (Verso, 2009), £16.99
I’ll risk a prediction. Shlomo Sand’s book, already a best seller in Israel and France, will accelerate the disintegration of the Zionist enterprise.
 
Breaking the silence
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 292, okt 09 – side 12
Note: Tusindvis af unge israelere aftjener hvert år deres værnepligt på Vestbredden. Ikke mange lytter til soldaternes historier om vold og magtmisbrug. En gruppe tidligere soldater har besluttet sig for at gøre noget på egen hånd og derfor stiftet organisationen Breaking the Silence.
 
Matt Mankelow: Gaza: Truth catches up with Israel
Socialist Worker nr. 2161, jul 09 – side 12
Note: ‘When war is declared, truth is the first casualty’, wrote Arthur Ponsonby in “Falsehood in Wartime”, his 1928 critique of military propaganda.
 
Nafaz Abu Shaban: Letter from ...: Gaza
Socialist Review nr. 335, apr 09 – side 9
Note: Israel's war led to the deaths of 1,434 Palestinians. Dr Nafaz Abu Shaban, Gaza's leading burns specialist, explains the deadly siege of Gaza and the use of white phosphorus on civilians.
 
Martin B. Johansen: Efter Gaza-krigen
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 287, mar 09 – side 16
Note: I januar trak Israel sig efter tre ugers terror ud af Gaza og erklærede sig selv for sejrherre over Hamas og andre palæstinensiske modstandsgrupper.
 
Jesper Juul Mikkelsen: Interview (udvidet online): „Det er ikke kun en kamp vi tager, når folk dør ...“
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 286, feb 09 – side 10
Note: Blandt dem der demonstrerede mod massakren i Gaza var der mange unge palæstinensere. Nirvin og Sali er et par af dem. De er er også aktive i PalUng – Palæstinensisk Ungdom. Vi har talt med dem om Palæstina og modstanden dér og i Danmark.
 
Simon Assaf: Israeli blockade stops aid to Gaza
Socialist Worker nr. 2137, feb 09 – side 16
Note: Israel and its Egyptian ally are continuing to hamper the entry of desperately needed humanitarian goods into the Gaza Strip after Israel’s assault on the Palestinians there.
 
Anne Alexander: How can Palestine be free?
Socialist Review nr. 333, feb 09 – side 10
Note: Israel's war on Gaza provoked huge protests across the world. People are asking what the solution is for Palestine. It lies with the working class in the region, argues Anne Alexander. Recent struggles in Egypt show that the road to liberation goes through the streets of Cairo.
 
Saree Makdisi: Interview: Gaza and the Palestinians – an unsustainable injustice
Socialist Review nr. 333, feb 09 – side 12
Note: Israel's brutal attacks have inflicted untold suffering on Gaza's beleaguered population. Yet Israel, despite its military might, has not succeeded in its mission to smash Hamas, Saree Makdisi tells Socialist Review.
 
Alex Callinicos: Gaza: a setback for the ‘war on terror’
Socialist Worker nr. 2136, jan 09 – side 8
Note: Israel’s unsuccessful attempt to crush Palestinian resistance movements during the Gaza offensive has created new problems for US imperialism.
 
Simon Assaf: Israel’s bloody war fails to achieve aims
Socialist Worker nr. 2135, jan 09 – side 3
Note: Israel claimed victory over Hamas and other Palestinian resistance organisations as it announced a unilateral ceasefire last Sunday after spending three weeks pounding Gaza.
Israeli leaders hoped they could destroy the resistance by demolishing Palestinian government buildings, schools, offices and homes. They launched wave after wave of attacks, which killed over 1,300 Palestinians.
 
Editorial: Hamas has the right to resist Israeli terror
Socialist Worker nr. 2135, jan 09 – side 12
Note: Herschel Grynszpan, a young Jewish man, walked into the German embassy in Paris in November 1938 and shot a Nazi diplomat dead.
Grynszpan’s family had been stripped of their property, deported from Nazi Germany and stranded in a refugee camp on the Polish border. The killing was carried out in protest at this.
 
Gordon Brown gives Israel a licence to kill
Socialist Worker nr. 2135, jan 09 – side 16
Note: The Israeli army’s murderous assault on Gaza has been carried out with weapons made in Britain.
The British government licensed £24 million of British arms exports to Israel in the first half of last year – a £6 million increase on exports licensed during the whole of 2007.
 
Frit Palæstina: Et undertrykt folk har ret til modstand
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 1
Note: Verden over protesterer folk i hundredtusindvis mod Israels massakre i Gaza. 7-8.000 demonstrerede i København 13. januar. 500 i Odense samme dag, og der har været demonstrationer i en række andre byer.
 
Simon Assaf: Israels terrorstrategi mod palæstinenserne
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 2
Note: Når det kommer til at føre krig, har Israel én enkelt, simpel strategi. Indfang millioner af mennesker mellem kampvogne og jagerfly. Afskær al mad, vand og elektricitet. Og ødelæg så systematisk bygningerne over deres hoveder.
 
Hvem er Hamas?
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 3
Note: Hamas – eller „Islamisk Modstandsbevægelse“ – blev stiftet i i forbindelse med den første Intifada i 1987 af medlemmer af den palastinensiske gren af „Det muslimske Broderskab“, som i dag er Egyptens største oppositionsparti.
 
Hamas er demokratisk valgt
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 3
Note: Formålet med Israels invasion er angiveligt at smadre Hamas. I medierne betegnes Hamas som en terror-organisation, og politikere fra Bush til Per Stig Møller støtter invasionen.
Men Hamas er den demokratisk valgte regering – ikke kun for Gaza, men for hele Palæstina.
 
Det mener vi: Socialister er anti-imperialister
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 3
Note: Så er kæden igen knækket for store dele af venstrefløjen i SF og Enhedslisten: Man ønsker ikke at deltage i Gaza-protester, hvor Hamas deltager.
 
Interview fra Vestbredden: “Nu føler alle på Vestbredden sig som gazanere”
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 7
Note: Vi har interviewet Ninna Hedeager Olsen og Lilith Gimbel fra International Solidarity Movement. De befinder sig på Vestbredden, hvor de gennem længere tid har lavet solidaritetsarbejde.
 
Palæstina og Israel – spørgsmål og svar: En konflikt skabt af Vesten
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 285, jan 09 – side 8
Note: Socialistisk Arbejderavis giver svar på en række vigtige spørgsmål om imperialismens rolle i skabelsen af konflikten mellem Israel og de arabiske lande.
 
In Brief: Medics struggle to get into Gaza
Socialist Worker nr. 2134, jan 09 – side 2
Note: As Gaza’s hospitals overflow with the casualties of Israel’s aggression, growing numbers of medical staff – including specialist trauma surgeons – are stuck in Egypt on the border with Gaza.
 
Simon Assaf: Evidence is mounting of Israel’s atrocities
Socialist Worker nr. 2134, jan 09 – side 2
Note: Israel’s murderous assault on Gaza is creating a wave of human suffering of unimaginable proportions.
It will mark Palestinian society in blood for years to come.
Now the Israeli cabinet is set to turn Gaza into hell on Earth by pushing tens of thousands of troops, backed by tanks and bulldozers, into cities and towns.
The snippets of news emerging from the rubble tell of immeasurable fear, suffering and death.
 
Israeli commander gives candid account of killing
Socialist Worker nr. 2134, jan 09 – side 2
Note: The true horror the events in Gaza is only slowly emerging from under Israel’s press embargo.
But one Israeli army commander gave a sense of the military operation when he told the Associated Press news agency how his troops are killing everyone they come across.
 
Matthew Cookson: Palestine’s enduring resistance
Socialist Worker nr. 2134, jan 09 – side 9
Note: The Palestinians have a long history of resisting imperialism and Zionism – the belief that Jewish people need a separate homeland in Palestine.
Their struggles have stopped Israel and its supporters being able to deny their history and existence.
 
Tariq Ali: 'Why the West wants to destroy Hamas'
Socialist Worker nr. 2134, jan 09 – side 9
Note: The writer and activist Tariq Ali spoke at a Stop the War 'Israel out of Gaza' rally in London on Thursday of last week. Here are edited extracts of his speech.
 
Ken Olende: Resist Israel’s murder of Gaza
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 1
Note: Socialist Worker interviews Palestinians in Gaza City about the horror of the Israeli attack
 
Sadie Robinson: Huge protest stands with the Palestinians
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 2
Note: Fury has exploded onto the streets of Britain in response to Israel’s barbaric assault on Gaza. Big demonstrations in solidarity with the Palestinian people have taken place in towns and cities across the country.
 
Bassem Chit: Targeting the Arab rulers over inaction on Israel
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 2
Note: Demonstrations and sit-ins have been organised daily in Beirut and other cities in Lebanon since the beginning of Israel’s aggression against Gaza.
 
Simon Assaf: Israel's strategy of terror against Gaza
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 3
Note: When it comes to war Israel has a single, simple strategy. Trap millions of people between tanks and warplanes. Cut off all food, water and electricity. Then systematically bring buildings down on their heads.
 
In brief: Hamas's history of resistance
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 3
Note: "The situation now taking place in Gaza was caused by Hamas," announced George Bush as the Israeli army battered its way into the Gaza Strip.
 
In brief: West Bank police repress Gaza solidarity protests
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 3
Note: Socialist Worker has received a message from a Palestinian activist living in the West Bank. He wishes to remain anonymous for fear of retribution.
 
Alex Callinicos: Barack Obama is already tied to Israel
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 4
Note: So what is Israel trying to achieve with its assault on Gaza? And what role is being played by the US and its outgoing and incoming presidents?
 
Palestine and Israel – questions and answers on a conflict made by the West
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 8
Note: Socialist Worker answers key questions on the role of imperialism in creating Israeli-Arab wars
 
Richard Seymour: Israel and the media – twisted by propaganda
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 – side 9
Note: On 28 December, Israel bombed a truck in Gaza, killing several bystanders. The Israeli army celebrated this strike by publishing video footage of it on its YouTube page.
It claimed the truck was being used by Hamas activists who were seen loading rockets onto it.
 
Horror and lies as Israel deliberately bombs UN schools full of children (online only)
Socialist Worker nr. 2133, jan 09 
Note: As Socialist Worker went to press yesterday details emerged of Israel’s worst atrocity yet in its murderous military campaign against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The Israel Defence Forces shelled the Fakhura school in Jabalya refugee camp, killing at least 40 including many children.
 
Simon Assaf: Hundreds killed in Israel’s murderous attack on Gaza (online only)
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 
Note: 28. dec.: Israel has launched a barbaric attack on the Gaza Strip killing over 200 people, including scores of women and children. Some 750 people have been wounded.
The Israeli F16 bombers struck at 11.30am on Saturday morning, hitting compounds and government buildings across the Gaza Strip.
Palestinians fear that this is the opening salvo for a full-scale invasion of the Gaza Strip.
 
Gaza Special Issue: Stop Israel’s terror in Gaza
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 1
Note: US and Britain have blood on their hands | End the killing–lift the blockade
Israel is committing mass murder in Gaza, and the US and Britain are giving their blessing to the slaughter. Gaza’s hospitals and morgues are bursting with the dead and the injured.
 
Gaza Special Issue: Eyewitness in Gaza: ‘Can you hear the noise? The Israelis are bombing again’
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 3
Note: Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are calling on people to protest and “make sure that the world doesn’t forget us”.
Amjad Shawa, the Palestinian NGO network coordinator for Gaza, told Socialist Worker on Tuesday of this week, “We have faced three days of intensive air strikes. When the attack started my children were at school.
 
Joseph Choonara: Gaza Special Issue: Gaza: a new flashpoint in the ‘war on terror’
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 2
Note: Israel’s latest assault on the Palestinian people is driven by its need to prove itself to its most powerful ally and by the growing instability caused by the wars on Iraq and Afghanistan, writes Joseph Choonara
 
Gaza Special Issue: Hamas: the changing face of the Palestinian resistance
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 3
Note: Hamas is a radical Islamist organisation in Palestine. It has won widespread support among Palestinians through its resistance to Israeli dominance.
Support for Hamas has grown at the expense of Fatah – the organisation that led the nationalist Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO).
 
Anindya Bhattacharyya: Gaza Special Issue: Palestine’s long torment
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 3
Note: The Gaza Strip is effectively the world’s largest prison camp.
Zionist terror gangs drove its population from their homes during the creation of Israel in 1948.
 
Hossam el-Hamalawy: Gaza Special Issue: Egyptians rage at hated regime
Socialist Worker nr. 2132, dec 08 – side 2
Note: From the moment that Israel began its onslaught on Gaza, mass demonstrations broke out in Egypt. Up to a quarter of a million people took part in the first two days of demonstrations.
 
Palestine: Assault on Hamas intensifies
Socialist Worker nr. 2112, aug 08 – side 16
Note: Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) of Mahmoud Abbas have launched a crackdown on the Hamas resistance movement in the occupied West Bank.
 
Saree Makdisi: The everyday occupation
Socialist Review nr. 327, jul 08 – side 24
Note: Although it generally receives international media attention only during episodes of spectacular or large-scale violence, the Israeli presence in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem is best understood as an everyday occupation.
 
Lene Junker: Palæstina: Interview med Samer Rahman: „Jeg tror på en stat for alle, uanset religion og tro“
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 279, jun 08 – side 6
Note: Samer Rahman er palæstinenser og har været med til at arrangere den netop overståede Palæstina-konference for palæstinensere i hele Europa. Lene Junker har talt med Samer Rahman om konferencen og om perspektiverne for Palæstina.
 
Jinan Coulter: How can Palestine be free?
Socialist Worker nr. 2101, maj 08 – side 9
Note: As Israel celebrates 60 years of statehood, another dark chapter in the history of Palestinian suffering is being written.
 
Ilan Pappe: Israel, the Holocaust and the Nakba
Socialist Review nr. 325, maj 08 – side 22
Note: Sixty years ago half of Palestine's population was expelled when the state of Israel was created. Acclaimed anti-Zionist historian Ilan Pappe looks at the legacy of the Nazi persecution of Jews, and the complicity of world leaders, past and present, in maintaining the occupation in Palestine.
 
Matthew Cookson: Israel unleashes terror on Gaza
Socialist Worker nr. 2091, mar 08 – side 1
Note: Israel unleashed terror on the Palestinian people of the Gaza Strip last week, when it launched a military operation including airstrikes.
 
Kim Bullimore: Palæstina: Israels statsterror fortsætter
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 276, feb 08 – side 12
Note: Den 6. februar genoptog Israel igen sine luftangreb på indbyggerne i Gaza. Ni politikfolk med tilknytning til Hamas blev dræbt og tretten andre såret.
 
Simon Assaf: Gaza: ‘The week we broke their prison state’
Socialist Worker nr. 2086, feb 08 – side 8
Note: For daring to elect a Hamas government the people of Gaza have been starved of food and supplies by the West. Now they refuse to be pushed any further.
 
Jonathan Maunder: Review: Return of the one-state solution
International Socialism Journal nr. 116, okt 07 – side 213
Note: Jamil Hilal (ed), Where now for Palestine? The Demise of the Two-State Solution (Zed Books, 2007), £17.99

This collection of essays by a variety of academics is a significant development in the debate over the possibility of a “one state” (or “bi-national”) solution to the “Palestinian problem”.
 
Ruth Tenne: Review: Rising of the oppressed: the second Intifada
International Socialism Journal nr. 116, okt 07 – side 215
Note: Ramzy Baroud, The Second Palestinian Intifada: A Chronicle of a People’s Struggle (Pluto, 2006), £15.99
The unique strength of Ramzy Baroud’s book lies in its masterful weaving of personal experience and feelings into a meticulous and powerful account of the second Palestinian uprising.
 
Anindya Bhattacharyya: Palestine: Eyal Weizman interview: Israel's oppressive architecture of occupation
Socialist Worker nr. 2065, aug 07 – side 8
Note: Dissident architect Eyal Weizman explains the mechanics of Israel’s occupation of Palestine to Anindya Bhattacharyya.
 
Mikkel Birk Jespersen: Hvilken vej for Palæstina?: Modstand mellem besættelse og blindgyder
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 271, aug 07 – side 7
Note: I juni var det fyrre år siden, Israel i juni-krigen (også kaldet seksdageskrigen) besatte bl.a. Vestbredden og Gaza. I dag ser palæstinenserne ud til at befinde sig i en situation, der er endnu mere desperat, end den har været i mange år.
 
Simon Assaf: Hamas’s victory in Gaza is a blow to Bush’s plans
Socialist Worker nr. 2056, jun 07 – side 5
Note: The stunning military victory by the Palestinian Hamas movement over the rival Fatah organisation in the Gaza Strip last week was a strike against imperialism in the Middle East.
 
Simon Assaf: Fatah’s journey from resistance fighters to tool of Israel and the West
Socialist Worker nr. 2056, jun 07 – side 5
 
Simon Assaf: Fatah: Israel’s new found friend in Palestine
Socialist Worker nr. 2052, maj 07 – side 4
Note: The Palestinian resistance movement is
under attack once again, but this time the Israelis have been joined by a new ally—the Palestinian Fatah organisaition.
 
John Rose: Palestine: Fatah, Hamas, Israel and the West
Socialist Review nr. 313, jan 07 – side 23
Note: In the last weeks of 2006 Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah faction finally launched their much anticipated attempted coup against the democratically elected Palestinian cabinet headed by the Islamic organisation Hamas and prime minister Ismail Haniyeh.
 
Sabby Sagall: Palestine: Attacks on Hamas
Socialist Review nr. 313, jan 07 
Note: Palestine in 2006 was dominated by a single event: the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas's overwhelming victory in last January's general elections.
(Only on website – not in printed edition.)
 
Khaled Hroub: The Palestinian Unity Government: An Overdue Consensual Strategy?
Socialist Review nr. 313, jan 07 
Note: The tormented birth of the Palestinian national unity government could mark a truly new phase in the Palestinian struggle for self-determination.
(Only on website – not in printed edition.)
Khaled Hroub is the author of Hamas: A Beginner's Guide, published by Pluto Press and reviewed in this issue.
 
Alexander Lassithiotakis: Interne kampe i Palæstina
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 261, okt 06 – side 13
Note: I starten af oktober kom det til flere voldsomme kampe mellem fatah-tilhængere og Hamas-militser. Palæstina er i økonomisk kaos, og den Hamas-ledede regering er i alvorlige problemer.
 
Interview: Palæstina og islamofobi: Europas islamofobi afspejles i JPs tegninger
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 252, feb 06 – side 5
Note: Aziz Duwaik, professor i byplanlægning ved Najah universitet i Nablus, blev stemt ind ved det seneste palæstinensiske valg. Hans Forandring og Reform-liste (Hamas) vandt alle ni pladser i Hebron ved Vestbreden.
TV-stationen Aljazeera har bragt et uddrag af deres interview med Duwaik, som Socialistisk Arbejderavis her har oversat og forkortet.
 
Peter Kjær: Palæstina: Valget i Palæstina udstiller Vestens hykleri
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 252, feb 06 – side 5
Note: Reaktionen i Vesten ovenpå Hamas jordskredssejr til parlamentsvalget i januar, lød cirka sådan: Åh nej, nu har palæstinenserne valgt en terrororganisation til magten, nu havde vi belønnet dem med demokrati, og deres tak er at stemme de helt forkerte til magten!
 
Palæstina: Flere kvinder valgt ind i palæstinensernes parlament
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 252, feb 06 – side 6
Note: Et rekordhøjt antal af kvinder blev valgt til parlamentet i januar måned.
 
Palæstina: Palæstina holdes i økonomisk dødsgreb af Vesten og Israel
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 252, feb 06 – side 8
Note: Repræsentanternes Hus i USA har vedtaget at tilbageholde deres bistand til det palæstinensiske selvstyre, så længe Hamas ikke trækker deres standpunkt tilbage om at ødelægge Israel.
 
Irfan Habib: Critical notes on Edward Said
International Socialism Journal nr. 108, sep 05 – side 129
Note: Edward Said was rightly admired for his courageous opposition to the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Consequently many on the left also accepted all the arguments of his book Orientalism, including its criticisms of Marx. But, argues the eminent Indian historian Irfan Habib, these are completely misplaced.
 
John Rose: Yassir Arafat 1929-2004: Geværet og olivenkvisten
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 236, nov 04 – side 16
Note: Yassir Arafat, som døde d. 11. november, dominerede palæstinensernes kamp siden hans opdukken som leder af den nationale befrielsesbevægelse sidst i 1960’erne.
Fra Socialist Worker 1928.
 
Anne Ashford: Palestine: Goes with the Territory
Socialist Review nr. 290, nov 04 – side 22
Note: Palestinian activists speak to Anne Ashford about their strategies to end the current occupation.
 
Mikkel Birk Jespersen: Palæstina: Israel smadrer enhver fred
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 218, sep 03 – side 5
Note: Den israelske stat fortsætter ufortrødent sin krig mod palæstinenserne. Mord, overgreb mod civile og ødelæggelse af det palæstinensiske samfund er led i en plan som mere end noget andet ligner etnisk udrensning.
 
Ida H. Jakobsen: Palæstina: Fredsvagter chikaneres
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 217, aug 03 – side 11
Note: Israel fortsætter det ulovlige byggeri af den forhadte apartheid-mur, der skal “indhegne” Vestbredden.
 
Margit Johansen: Israel og Palæstina: Køreplan kørt i sænk
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 216, jul 03 – side 10
Note: Selv om Bush har sat al sin prestige ind på at ‘Køreplansløsningen’ for Palæstinakonflikten skal lykkes, så ligger den allerede i ruiner efter mindre end en uge. Det gør den, fordi hverken Bush eller EU – og slet ikke Israel – er villig til at give palæstinenserne bare et minimum af det de har krav på.
 
Margit Johansen: Fred for palæstinenserne
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 215, jun 03 – side 10
Note: Helt grotesk kaldes de forhandlinger, der er planlagt til at foregå mellem palæstinenserne og Israel, efter den direkte krig i Irak er ovre, for fredsforhandlinger.
 
John Rose: The Jubilee and the Apocalypse (Neil Faulkner: "The Great Jewish Revolt Against Rome, AD 66-73")
International Socialism Journal nr. 98, mar 03 – side 117
 
Socialistisk Arbejderavis mener: Læg pres på regeringen, send Gillon hjem og .. Boykot Israel. Stop Sharon.
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 203, maj 02 – side 3
Note: April har været gruens måned, med Israels invasion af stort set hele det palæstinensiske selvstyreområde, massakren i flygtningelejren Jenin, og omfattende forfølgelse, arrestation og nedslagtning af palæstinensere.
 
Simon Assaf: Imperialism and the intifada: Victory to the intifada. The rebirth of the left
Socialist Review nr. 263, maj 02 – side 10
Note: Anger against Israel's murder of Palestinians has led to mass protests throughout the Middle East. Simon Assaf reports from Lebanon
 
Margit Johansen: Stop Israels krig og terror
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 202, mar 02 – side 12
Note: Israels krig mod palæstinenserne eskalerer, adskillige hundrede palæstinensere er dræbt indenfor de seneste uger, endnu flere er sårede. Siden Intifadaen startede i 2000 er mere end 1500 mennesker dræbt – langt de fleste af dem er palæstinensere.
 
News Review: Turkey: A case of trial and error
Socialist Review nr. 261, mar 02 – side 6
Note: Radical academic Noam Chomsky threw the spotlight on Turkey’s repressive laws last month when he challenged the Turkish state security court to prosecute him for sedition.
Alt. url: Socialist Review Index
 
Anne Alexander: Palestine: Loss of authority
Socialist Review nr. 259, jan 02 – side 14
Note: Yasser Arafat faces considerable opposition from erstwhile supporters
Alt. url: Socialist Review Index
 
Matthew Cookson: What socialists say: What is the answer in Palestine?
Socialist Worker nr. 1779, dec 01 – side 8
Note: The escalation of violence in the Middle East over the last two weeks has led to calls for the leaders of Israel and Palestine to sit down and resume peace negotiations.
 
Margit Johansen: USA støtter Israels krig mod palæstinenserne
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 199, dec 01 – side 12
Note: Israelske F-16 jagere bomber i de palæstinensiske områder i Gaza og på Vestbredden.
 
Margit Johansen: Clintons “Fredsudspil”: En hån mod palæstinenserne
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 189, jan 01 – side 4
Note: Clintons “fredsplan” er en åbenlys hån mod palæstinenserne.
 
Poul Erik Kristensen: Palæstina: Israels massakrer fortsætter
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 188, dec 00 – side 4
Note: Gennem to måneder har israelske soldater massakreret palæstinensiske demonstranter på Gaza, Vestbredden og i selve Israel.
 
Anne Alexander: Powerless in Gaza: the Palestinian Authority and the myth of the 'peace process'
International Socialism Journal nr. 89, dec 00 – side 33
Note: A new intifada shows the heroic capacity of the Palestinian masses. Its roots lie in the frustrations of the peace process that has led the PLO to police the settlement agreed with Israel. Anne Alexander describes the barbarity of the Israeli state, how the Palestinians arrived in this situation, and the limitations of the PLO's politics.
Alt. URL: Reds/Die Roten
 
Margit Johansen: Urolighederne i Mellemøsten: Massiv israelsk terror mod palæstinenserne
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 187, nov 00 – side 4
Note: Palæstinenserne slås for deres egen overlevelse, når de nu kaster med sten mod svært bevæbnede israelske soldater og bosættere. Mere end 150 palæstinensere er allerede dræbt og tusindvis er såret af dræbende israelske gummikugler.
 
Anders Schou: Fred i Mellemøsten kræver socialt oprør
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 187, nov 00 – side 9
Note: En reel løsning på palæstinensernes problemer kræver en ny arabisk venstrefløj.
Den arabiske venstrefløj er stalinistisk og har et nationalt perspektiv.
Anders Schou giver et bud på de udfordringer, som palæstinenserne står overfor.
 
Jakob Hansen: Hvorfor slås palæstinenserne for frihed?
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 187, nov 00 – side 9
Note: De sidste ugers uroligheder på Vestbredden, i Gaza samt inde i selve Israel, skyldes Israels optræden som rå besættelsesmagt og deres undertrykkelse af palæstinenserne gennem de sidste 52 år.
 
Margit Johansen: Arafat presset nedefra
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 184, aug 00 – side 5
Note: Arafat blev fejret som en helt, da han vendte hjem fra de sammenbrudte forhandlinger i Camp David.
 
Clare Fermont: Bookwatch: Palestine and the Middle East 'peace process'
International Socialism Journal nr. 72, sep 96 – side 113
 
Nina Holm Jensen: Palæstina: Undertrykkelse i nye uniformer
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 126, jan 96 – side 3
Note: Op til det første palæstinensiske selvstyrevalg er forholdene stadigvæk ikke blevet bedre for de fleste palæstinensere.
 
Margit Johansen: Israel: Ny apartheid i Palæstina
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 112, feb 95 – side 6
Note: Magthaverne presser på, for at Oslo-aftalen skal holde. Det er det palæstinensiske folk, der betaler prisen.
 
Margit Johansen: Palæstina: Ny stat – nye undertrykkere
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 110, dec 94 – side 6
Note: Palæstinenserne har kæmpet for at slippe af med Israels undertrykkelse. Nu overtager Arafat rollen som undertrykker.
 
Margit Johansen: Palæstina: Nye undertrykkere
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 109, nov 94 – side 6
Note: PLO og Arafats udemokratiske metoder, kaster de utilfredse palæstinensere i armene på de islamiske fundamentalister.
 
Margit Johansen: Hebron: Stop Israels terror
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 101, mar 94 – side 16
Note: Massakren på palæstinenserne i Hebron, var ikke en enkelt mands værk, men et resultat af en årelang undertrykkelse af palæstinenserne i Israel.
 
Margit Johansen: Palæstina: Voksende vrede
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 99, jan 94 – side 6
Note: Forhandlingerne mellem Israel og PLO løser ingen problemer. Imens vokser utilfredsheden med Arafat.
 
Ågot Berger: Palæstinenserne: Et folk uden land
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 38, mar 88 – side 3
Note: For første gang siden staten Israel blev oprettet i Palæstina i 1947, er det lykkedes at åbne verdensopinionens øjne for, at palæstinenserne er et folk uden land.
 
Phil Marshall: Palestinian nationalism and the Arab revolution
International Socialism Journal nr. 33, sep 86 – side 34
 
Jørn Andersen + Hans Peter Lange: Palæstinenserne – et folk uden land
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 21, aug 86 – side 6
Note: “Der findes ikke noget, der hedder palæstinensere... De eksisterer ikke,” sagde Golda Meir, israelsk premierminister, i 1969.
 
Ibrahim Ali: Survey: Palestine: Guerilla Organisations
International Socialism Journal (1st series) nr. 36, apr 69 – side 4
Note: On February 1st 1969 the new Palestine National Assembly was convened in Cairo to discuss means of unifying Palestinian guerilla activities. At a previous preliminary meeting Al Fatah was allocated thirty three seats, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine twelve, the Vanguards of the Popular Liberation War twelve, the PLO Executive eleven, the PLA five, the Palestine National Fund one, the Student, Trade Union and Women’s Federations three, and twenty eight independent members to be appointed by the guerilla organisations. The PFLP and the PLA delegations did not attend.
 

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