Israel to apply racist ‘Prawer Plan’ in Naqab

Prawer is pronounced as ‘Praver’ (German W)

“In September 2011, the Israeli government approved the Prawer Plan for mass expulsion of the Arab Bedouin community in the Naqab (Negev) desert. If fully implemented this plan will result in the forced displacement of up to 70,000 Arab Bedouin citizens of Israel and the destruction of 35 “unrecognized” villages. Despite the Arab Bedouin community’s complete rejection of the plan and strong disapproval from the international community and human rights groups, the Prawer Plan is happening now. More than 1,000 homes were demolished in 2011 and in August a special police force is slated to officially begin implementing the plan, and demolish even more”

What is the Prawer Plan?

Arab Bedouin citizens of Israel, inhabitants of the Naqab (Negev) desert since the seventh century, are the most vulnerable community in Israel. For over 60 years, the indigenous Arab Bedouin have faced a state policy of displacement, home demolitions and dispossession of their ancestral land. Today, 70,000 Arab Bedouin citizens live in 35 villages that either predate the establishment of the State in 1948, or were created by Israeli military order in the early 1950s. The State of Israel considers the villages “unrecognized” and the inhabitants “trespassers on State land,” so it denies the citizens access to state infrastructure like water, electricity, sewage, education, health care and roads. The state deliberately withholds basic services from these villages to “encourage” the Arab Bedouin citizens to give up their ancestral land.

In September 2011, the Israeli government approved the Prawer Plan, the brainchild of former Deputy Chair of the National Security Council, Mr. Ehud Prawer.  If implemented, the Prawer Plan will result in the destruction of the unrecognized villages and the forced displacement of up to 70,000 Arab Bedouin citizens. This plan was completed without consultation of the local community, and is a gross violation of the constitutional rights of the Arab Bedouin citizens to property, dignity, equality, adequate housing, and freedom to choose their own residence.


Was Morsi’s Outser a Conspiracy?

“In the days and weeks before the protests, Waleed al-Masry, a central organizer, was in regular contact with a group of retired military officers. These retired officers, Masry says, promised to protect the protesters who turned out on June 30. They said they were reaching out on behalf of the Army’s current commanders. “We didn’t ask them for help. They just offered it,” Masry says. “And we welcomed that.”

Masry was a key figure in Tamarod, or “Rebel,” the youth-led group whose campaign to collect signatures against Morsi snowballed into the protests that sparked his ouster. Tamarod’s leaders say they gathered 22 million signatures in just two months. While that figure is unlikely—and dismissed even by some of the group’s own organizers—signs of Tamarod’s grassroots success abounded as its campaign gained steam.”


Inside Israel : New Plans toward Egypt’s updates

“Regional players, in particular the Sunni monarchies – Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the Gulf emirates – which prayed for the failure of the Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt because they feared for their own rule, can help stabilize Egypt and support the new government, particularly by economic means. Israel has limited influence in this area, but it can attempt to establish covert channels of coordination with the monarchies. Furthermore, restarting the diplomatic process between Israel and the Palestinians, even partially, could also promote broad regional coordination, not only in the effort to stabilize Egypt but also in the attempt to form a regional front against the radical axis led by Iran.”

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Saudi princess accused for human trafficking

Authorities are investigating whether four other women from the Phillippines found living with a woman described as a Saudi princess in Irvine were forced to work as slaves.

The Saudi woman, 42-year-old Meshael Alayban, was charged Wednesday with one count of felony human trafficking after a Kenyan woman managed to leave the Irvine gated community and flee, carrying a suitcase and a U.S. State Department pamphlet on human trafficking, officials said.

The youngest detainee in the World

Today | Israeli forces captured 5-years-old child in Hebron (near Tomb of Patriarchs).


Enlightening on Syrian Crisis

Russia has officially addressed UN Secretary General with a  scientific-based report about usage of Sarin Gas by NATO-backed Syria’s opposition.

The Russian report is based on direct soil study, which is the only method to prove or exclude usage of chemical weapons as well as images of the targeted region, according to Russia Today (RT).

Main Stream Media (MSM) ignore the story because the NATO-GCC alliance pushes toward supplying Syria’s rebels with additional weapons, thus they do not need troubling facts/news.

David Bullock, a well-known Zionist in Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) has described the Russian report as ‘Russian Propaganda’ and the main event is killing 100,000 civilians in Syria, according to him, nevertheless, Mr. Bullock forgot that more than a half of Syria’s death poll are pro-Assad civilians as well as Syrian Army.

Edited by Mohammad Tomazy