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Middle East: Israel annexes more land

category international | anti-war / imperialism | other press author Friday December 07, 2012 12:16author by Elric Report this post to the editors

Tony Greenstein writes on the latest extension of Zionist colonies on the West Bank. Full text at link.

It is widely accepted, not least amongst Israeli public opinion, that Operation Pillar of Defence - the murderous attack on Gaza, which indiscriminately killed all in its path - achieved nothing, other than emphasising Israel’s growing impotence in the region. ...

On November 22 the ceasefire came into effect, and a week later, on November 29, the United Nations general assembly voted to accord Palestine ‘non-member observer status’. Within hours Netanyahu had promised to build an extra 3,000 houses in the West Bank and East Jerusalem and put into effect the ‘E1 plan’ that envisages the expansion of the settlement Ma’ale Adumim, to the east of Jerusalem


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In addition to stealing £120 million from the Palestinian Authority in tax revenues it continues to hold, Netanyahu has thrown down the gauntlet. The Israeli state, the only active settler-colonial state surviving, was not brought into being through peace treaties, but through creating ‘facts on the ground’. This is an old Zionist tradition - common to both its ‘left’ and ‘right’ wings.

Related Link: http://www.cpgb.org.uk/home/weekly-worker/941/middle-ea...-land
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