Rapporto settimanle del PCHR sulle violazioni israeliane contro la popolazione palestinese.


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Palestinian
Centre for Human Rights

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Rapporto settimanale sulle violazioni israeliane dei diritti umani nei Territori Palestinesi occupati. 

No. 25/2009

18 – 24 giugno 2009

Le forze di occupazione israeliane (FOI) proseguono negli attacchi sistematici contro i civili e le proprietà palestinesi nei Territori palestinesi occupati (TPO) e continuano a imporre un assedio totale sulla Striscia di Gaza.

·                         Feriti cinque civili palestinesi, incluso un giornalista, e un attivista umanitario straniero

·                         Le FOI conducono 19 incursioni nelle comunità palestinesi della Cisgiordania

·                         Le FOI arrestano 22 civili palestinesi, tra cui due minori 

·                         Le FOI continuano a imporre un assedio totale sui TPO e a isolare la Striscia di Gaza dal mondo esterno

·                         Uomini delle FOI piazzati ai posti di blocco militari continuano a tormentare i civili palestinesi

·                         Le FOI non cessano di adottare misure che puntano a stabilire una maggioranza ebraica nella Gerusalemme Est occupata

·                         Le FOI costringono due civili palestinesi a demolire le proprie case. Emanati ordini di demolizione ai danni di diverse case

·                         Le FOI proseguono nelle attività di colonizzazione in Cisgiordania, e i coloni israeliani continuano ad attaccare i civili e le proprietà palestinesi

·                         Coloni israeliani incendiano le tende di alcuni agricoltori palestinesi, ferendo tre di loro

·                         Coloni israeliani sradicano almeno 150 alberi e devastano interi ettari di terreno agricolo

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Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) Continue
Systematic Attacks against Palestinian Civilians and Property in the
Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) and Continue to Impose a Total Siege
of the Gaza Strip


 



  • Five Palestinian civilians, including a
    journalist, and an international human rights defender were
    wounded.


 



  • IOF conducted 19 incursions into Palestinian
    communities in the West Bank.


 



  • IOF arrested 22
    Palestinian civilians, including two children, in the West Bank.


 



  • IOF have continued to impose a total siege on the
    OPT and have isolated the Gaza Strip from the outside
    world.


 



  • IOF troops
    positioned at military checkpoints have continued to harass Palestinian
    civilians.


 



  • IOF have continued measures aimed at establishing
    a Jewish majority in occupied east
    Jerusalem.


 



  • IOF forced two
    Palestinian civilians to demolish their homes, and issued demolition
    orders against several homes.  


 



  • IOF
    have continued settlement activities in the West Bank and Israeli
    settlers have continued to attack Palestinian civilians and
    property.


 



  • Israeli settlers
    set fire to Palestinian farmers tents, injuring three of them.


 



  • Israeli settlers
    uprooted at least 150 trees and razed dozens of
    donums
    [1] of agricultural
    land.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Summary


 


Israeli violations of
international law and humanitarian law escalated in the OPT during the
reporting period (18 – 24 June 2009):


 


Shooting: During the reporting period, five
Palestinian civilians, including a journalist, and an international human
rights defender were wounded when IOF used force against peaceful
demonstrations organized by Palestinian civilians to protest the
construction of the Annexation Wall in the West Bank.


 


Incursions: During the reporting period, IOF
conducted at least 19 military incursions into Palestinian communities in
the West Bank. IOF arrested 22 Palestinian civilians, including two
children.


 


In the Gaza Strip, IOF naval troops continued to
chase and fire at Palestinian fishers.  During the reporting period, they
detained two fishers for several hours.


 


Gaza
Strip


 


IOF have continued to close all border crossings to
the Gaza Strip for more than two years. The IOF siege of Gaza, which has
steadily tightened since June 2007, has had a disastrous impact on the
humanitarian and economic situation in the Gaza Strip.


 


1.5 million people are being denied their basic
rights, including freedom of movement, and their rights to appropriate
living conditions, work, health and
education.


 


The main concern of 1.5 million people living in
the Gaza Strip is to obtain their basic needs of food, medicines, water
and electricity supplies.


 


IOF have continued to prevent the entry of raw
construction materials into the Gaza Strip for more than two years.


 


IOF have not allowed fuel supplies into the Gaza
Strip, excluding limited amounts of cooking gas, since 10 December 2008.


 


The
Rafah International Crossing Point
has been opened for a few days for a number of patients who received
medical treatment abroad and needed to return home to the Gaza
Strip.


 


IOF have continued to close Beit Hanoun (Erez)
crossing to Palestinian civilians wishing to travel to the West Bank and
Israeli for medical treatment, trade or social
visits.


 


Poverty and unemployment levels are currently at
approximately 80% and 60% respectively in the Gaza Strip.


 


IOF have continued to prevent the entry of spare
parts form water networks and sewage systems. Losses incurred to this
sector are estimated at US$ 6 million.


 


IOF have imposed additional access restrictions on
international diplomats, journalists and humanitarian workers seeking to
enter the Gaza Strip. They have prevented representatives of several
international humanitarian organizations from entering the Gaza Strip.


Living conditions of the Palestinian civilian
population have seriously deteriorated; levels of poverty and unemployment
have sharply mounted.


 


At least 900 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails
have been denied family visitation rights for more than 24 months. 


 


IOF have continued to attack Palestinian fishers
along the Gaza Strip coast.


 


West Bank


 


IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on
the movement of Palestinian civilians throughout the West Bank, including
occupied East Jerusalem. Thousands of Palestinian civilians from the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip continue to be denied access to
Jerusalem.


 


IOF have established checkpoints in and around
Jerusalem, severely restricting Palestinian access to the city. Civilians
are frequently prevented from praying at the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.


 


There are approximately permanent 630 roadblocks,
and manned and unmanned checkpoints across the West Bank. In addition,
there are some 60-80 ‘flying’ or temporary checkpoints erected across the
West Bank by IOF every week.


 


When complete, the illegal Annexation Wall will
stretch for 724 kilometers around the West Bank, further isolating the
entire population. 350 kilometers of the Wall has already been
constructed. Approximately 99% of the Wall has been constructed inside the
West Bank itself, further confiscating Palestinian land.


 


At least 65% of the main roads that leads to 18
Palestinian communities in the West Bank are closed or fully controlled by
IOF (47 out of 72 roads).


 


There are around 500 kilometers of restricted roads
across the West Bank. In addition, approximately one third of the West
Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem, is inaccessible to Palestinians
without a permit issued by the IOF. These permits are extremely difficult
to obtain.


 


IOF continue to harass, and assault demonstrators
who hold peaceful protests against the construction of the Annexation
Wall.


 


Palestinian civilians continue to be harassed by
IOF in Jerusalem, and across the West Bank, including being regularly
stopped and searched in the streets by IOF.


 


Settlement Activities: IOF have continued
settlement activities in violation of international humanitarian law and
Israeli settlers living in the OPT have continued to attack Palestinian
civilians and property.  During the reporting period, IOF
uprooted at least 150 trees and razed donums of agricultural land.  Three Palestinian farmers were
injured when Israeli settlers set fire to their tent.


 

Israeli Violations Documented during the
Reporting Period (18 – 24 June 2009)

 


The full report is available online
at:


html
format:


http://www.pchrgaza.org/files/W_report/English/2008/25-06-2009.htm


pdf format:


http://www.pchrgaza.org/files/W_report/English/2008/pdf/weekly%20report%2025-09.pdf


 


 


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