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Jeu 8 Jan - 23:24 (2009)
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Un accord aurait été signé...

Maintenant comme pour le Liban, place à la bataille entre les palestiniens pour le contrôle du ghetto!
le mandat d'Abbas arrive-t-il oui ou non à terme?

 


 
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L'état-mirage a décidé d'ignorer le cessez le feu.

 
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Si seulement les égyptiens forçaient leur frontière !

 
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Olmert announces Gaza ceasefire 
Israel's offensive has killed at least 400 children according to the UN AFP] 
Ehud Olmert, Israel's prime minister, has announced a unilateral truce in the Gaza Strip.
The announcement came after a meeting of Israel's security council on Saturday evening and halts the 22-day offensive which has left more than 1200 Palestinians dead, more than 400 of them children.
Alan Fisher, Al Jazeera's correspondent on the Gaza-Israel border, said: "What the Israelis are doing by this unilateral declaration is taking all the power into their own hands and they will almost dictate now what happens, and when.
"Ehud Barak [the defence minister] has been quoted ... as saying that Israel has achieved almost all its goals.
"So it would seem that Israel is happy now to call it quits to this operation, believing that it has done all it set out to do.
Reduce rocket fire
About 1,230 Gazans have been killed in Gaza since the offensive began, according to UN and Palestinian medical sources.
Israel decided on a unilateral ceasefire in preference to entering into an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire with Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, analysts said.
The unilateral truce allows Israel to avoid agreeing concessions with the Palestinian group, such as easing the 18-month-old blockade of the Gaza Strip, which has prevented medical aid and basic supplies from reaching the Palestinians.
Egypt has been pushing Israel and the rival Palestinian factions to reach an agreement. A Hamas delegation had returned to Cairo on Friday for a second round of talks.
Fisher said: "Israel could almost go it alone now because of the role Egypt is playing in talking to Hamas and this deal, as Israel sees it, isn't with Hamas - it is something they are doing on their own.
"The Israelis can dictate when they pull their troops back - they don't need Egypt saying: 'This is the table you signed up to'."
Hamas officials said earlier on Saturday they would ignore any Israeli cessation of the conflict and continue fighting.
"Clearly, we have nothing new to propose ... either we hear what we have proposed [is accepted] or we will go back to the battlefield," Osama Hamdan, Hamas's representative in Lebanon, said.
"The [large] number of our martyrs will not push us to surrender, but to insist on resistance."
Hamas defiant
Speaking at a forum in Beirut, Hamdan called on Arab leaders to stand by the Palestinian "resistance" and urged European nations to cut ties with Israel for its "crimes" in Gaza.
An unnamed Israeli official told the AFP news agency that Israeli troops would remain in Gaza in the event of a ceasefire.
"If they [Hamas] decide to open fire, we will not hesitate to respond and continue the offensive," the official was quoted as saying.
Israel's stated aim of the war, which it dubbed Operation Cast Lead, has been to reduce Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.
On the first day of the offensive up to 100 rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel. In the past few days up to 20 have hit Israel daily.
 


 
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Et maintenant que va faire la justice?

 
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Aide navale européenne proposée contre le trafic d'armes à Gaza
REUTERS | 17.01.2009 | 17:20

LONDRES (Reuters) - La Grande-Bretagne, la France et l'Allemagne proposent d'envoyer des navires de guerre au Proche-Orient afin de contrôler et de prévenir la contrebande d'armes en direction de Gaza, a annoncé samedi le porte-parole du Premier ministre Gordon Brown.
"Cette offre est actuellement sur la table, a-t-il dit. La contrebande d'armes est, avec les tirs de roquettes, l'un des principaux facteurs de blocage en ce qui concerne un cessez-le-feu."
Aucune précision n'a été fournie sur ce soutien naval.
Selon un communiqué du gouvernement allemand, Londres, Paris et Berlin ont adressé une lettre conjointe aux gouvernements israélien et égyptien en vue de favoriser un cessez-le-feu durable à Gaza.
"Nous avons indiqué que nous étions prêts à prendre une série d'initiatives pour contribuer à l'arrêt de la contrebande d'armes vers Gaza", dit la lettre.
"Nous nous sommes mis d'accord à ce sujet au cours des derniers jours et allons continuer d'oeuvrer en étroit contact avec les gouvernements israélien et égyptien pour régler le détail de ces mesures.
"Nous espérons qu'un cessez-le-feu viable à Gaza pourra donner une impulsion nouvelle en faveur d'une paix durable au Proche-Orient." *
Peter Griffiths, version française Philippe Bas-Rabérin

http://tempsreel.nouvelobs.com/depeches/international/europe/20090117.REU48…


 
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Clashes follow Israeli 'cessation'
The three-week war caused billions of dollars worth of damage to Gaza's infrastructure [GALLO/GETTY]
Israeli aircraft have fired on sites in the Gaza Strip following the launching of six rockets out of the territory into southern Israel.Ehud Olmert, the Israeli prime minister, had declared an end to hostilities just over eight hours earlier, claiming Israel had achieved its military objectives. 
However, on Sunday morning rockets were fired into Israel and Palestinian fighters were engaged in a gunfight with Israeli soldiers in Jabaliya.
The Palestinian faction Hamas - the de facto government in Gaza - was not consulted in Israel's unilateral cessation, and Hamas leaders say the "resistance movement" will continue to fight as long as Israeli troops remain inside the Strip.
They also maintained their pre-war demand that Israel ends its crippling 18-month blockade to allow for the free-flow of goods into the Palestinian territory.
"When Israel announced its going to have a unilateral ceasefire to us while they're still in town, occupying Gaza, and they're not talking, or showing that they have accepted the initiative or proposal from Egypt, I think we have a right to defend ourselves," Ahmed Yousef, a Hamas adviser in Rafah, southern Gaza, told Al Jazeera on Sunday.
"They know, as long as they are still in Gaza, we have to defend ourselves and we have to fire rockets, also to show the world community there are still Palestinians who are suffering from occupation and sanctions."
The toll last stood at 1,203 Palestinians killed during more than three weeks of Israeli onslaught in the territory, but medics reported pulling the bodies of 25 more people out of the rubble on Sunday.
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Fighting broke out in Jabaliya on Sunday, as Israeli military aircraft dropped flares into the northern Gaza Strip.
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Under the so-called cessation of its offensive in Gaza, the Israeli military said it would "respond to any attack against Israeli civilians or soldiers".
"We have heard a number of sustained gunshots," Al Jazeera's Zeina Awad reported from the Gaza-Israeli border.
"There is also a thick layer of cloud which would reduce the visibility on the ground in Gaza.
"We saw four rockets launched, literally within seconds of each other. We also heard the sirens going off in Israel."
Israeli reconnaissance drones and helicopters could be heard throughout the night, and Gaza residents said they could hear troops and tanks rolling through the streets.
Palestinians said they feared the assault could resume at any moment. 
Ayman Mohyeldin, reporting from Gaza, said that 25 bodies were recovered on Sunday from areas that had previously been inaccessible due to the fighting.
"The death toll is expected to rise significantly as paramedics reach these areas," he said.
According to UN and Palestinian medical sources, around 400 of the dead were children, and another 100 were women.
Thirteen Israelis have also died since the start of hostilities on December 27.
Night fighting
According to Israeli military officials, Palestinian groups launched at least eight rockets into southern Israel between Olmert's announcement of "victory", and the declared deadline of 2am (00:00GMT) passing.
No one was injured in the attacks.
Israel kept up its assault until the last hour, carrying out more than 50 air raids overnight.
The Israeli military claims to have significantly damaged the capability of Hamas by killing a number of its senior commanders, as well as destroying its weapons stockpiles and smuggling tunnels.
Some Israeli soldiers return while others remain in the Gaza Strip [Reuters]
Yet in the 24 hours before Israel's ceasefire, Hamas's military wing and other armed Palestinian groups were reported to have fired more than 30 rockets and mortar rounds over the border - a signal that it still has firepower.
Analysts exhibited only scepticism that the halt in violence would last.
Rami Khouri, director of the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon, told Al Jazeera that the "unilateral ceasefire has no chance of being a durable ceasefire".
"Israel has tried many unilateral approaches and each one of them has simply made the situation worse for Israel," he said.
"There is no chance of any unilateral move by Israel having any success. It has to be a negotiated agreement that responds to the basic legitimate needs of both sides.
Sharm summit
Israel decided on its unilateral ceasefire in preference to entering into an Egyptian-brokered truce with Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, analysts say.
This allows Israel to avoid agreeing concessions with the Palestinian group, such as easing the blockade that has prevented medical aid and basic supplies from reaching the civilian population. Much of the Strip remains without a power supply and Save the Children reports that one in four children in Gaza is malnourished.
Egypt has been pushing Israel and the rival Palestinian factions to reach an agreement.
A summit aimed at giving international backing to Israel's proposal is planned in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh later on Sunday.
It is to be attended by the leaders of Germany, France, Spain, Britain, Italy, Turkey, Jordan and the Czech Republic - which holds the rotating EU presidency - as well as presidents Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority, Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general.
It was not immediately clear whether Israel would send a representative, and Hamas has not been invited.



http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleeast/2009/01/200911834825963827.htm…

 


 
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