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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Everybody needs good neighbours


Feel the love, Palestinians harassed by Jewish settler in Hebron cage

Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours,
Just a friendly wave each morning, helps to make a better day.
Neighbours, need to get to know each other, next day is only a footstep away.

Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours,
With a little understanding, you can find a perfect plan.
Neighbours, should be there for one another.
That's when good neighbours become good friends.

Neighbours, need to get to know each other, next door is only a foot step away.
Neighbours, every body needs good neighbours,
With a little understanding, you can find the perfect plan.
Neighbours, should be there for one another,

That's when good neighbours become good friends.
That's when good neighbours become good friends.


The Abu- Aisha family in Hebron has been suffering at the hands of their neighbors from the nearby Jewish settler community of Tel-Rumeda for a along time now. A video filmed by 16-year-old Raja Abu Aisha and obtained by B’Tselem depicts a confrontation with a woman resident of the “Ramat Yishai” neighborhood in Tel-Rumeda. Members of the Abu Aisha family claimed that the quarrel was just one example of the suffering they endure on a daily basis.
Taiseer Abu- Aisha, 43, told Ynet that he had filed between 200 and 300 complaints in recent years, but police did nothing to stop the harassing. Abu-Aisha and his extended family live in a two-storey house. “The cage you see in the video is where we live. Not once do we open the door and not hear curse words or get stones and eggs thrown at us,” he said. “The latest fashion during this cold winter - the settlers spray us with cold water using a big fire hose located near the house.” Abu- Aisha said “hell” is not a strong enough word to describe what his family is going through. “To prevent confrontations with the settlers - we coordinate the time we leave the cage we live in with the settlers’ schedule,” he said. “We leave for work and school only after they do - and this results in tardiness.” According to Abu Aisha, during the Eid al-Adha holiday a week ago he was forced to obtain special permits for his family to visit his home. “My wife’s family has not visited us for the past five years because there are no permits and for fear of settler harassments,” he said. Every once in a while, like today, Civil Administration officials visit the Abu Aisha house to make certain that no strangers reside there with the family members. Recently they have been required to obtain permits to bring their sheep into the property. “The charity organizations wanted to give my father three sheep so he may raise them and earn a living, and we the Red Cross to coordinate their entrance (to the property),” he said. “This is how life is in hell.”

YNET

5 Comments:

At 24/1/07 8:01 pm, Blogger peterquixote said...

lotta stuff coming outof here

 
At 26/1/07 9:09 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just another day in Palestine:

Israeli Army abducts 17 Palestinians, among them two women, from villages near Hebron

Israeli army invades Nablus city and abducts a Palestinian man after surrounding his house

Israeli settlers abduct a youth, beat and cut him with sharp tools

Closure of the Rafah Border crossing barred 200 patients from traveling to Egypt for treatment

Two P.A security members injured by soldiers east of Gaza

http://www.imemc.org/

Lemme see now. What was that war in Lebanon about?

Oh that's right, two abducted soldiers. Fair enough.

 
At 27/1/07 2:15 pm, Blogger bomber said...

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Just another day in Palestine:
Israeli Army abducts 17 Palestinians, among them two women, from villages near Hebron Israeli army invades Nablus city and abducts a Palestinian man after surrounding his house Israeli settlers abduct a youth, beat and cut him with sharp tools Closure of the Rafah Border crossing barred 200 patients from traveling to Egypt for treatment Two P.A security members injured by soldiers east of Gaza
http://www.imemc.org/

Mark is this story Anti-Semitic as well? Or just stories from the BBC?

 
At 1/2/07 10:05 am, Anonymous Curious George said...

Any reson for these 'abductions' were they really just done on a whim?

 
At 1/2/07 4:30 pm, Blogger bomber said...

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oh you know cg - just the usual, being Muslim in an occupied land

 

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