jeudi 19 juillet 2018

Équipe de France ou « équipe d'Afrique » : la polémique

Remarques racistes et rappel des difficultés de l’intégration à la française : la composition de l’équipe championne du monde de football ne cesse d’animer les controverses

L'animateur Trevor Noah : « La France est devenue 
l'équipe de rechange de l'Afrique » (capture d'écran)


« Je suis tellement heureux ! L'Afrique a gagné la Coupe du monde ! » : la blague de Trevor Noah, l’animateur sud-africain du Daily Show, émission satirique américaine, n’a pas été appréciée en France.

Sur le plateau de son célèbre show, lundi 17 juillet, le comique engagé ajoute, pendant la diffusion d'une photo des onze joueurs champions du monde : « Je sais, je sais, il faut dire que c'est l'équipe de

Le goût alcool, «un marketing qui prépare les enfants à boire des cocktails»

«Ces méthodes de marketing ne sont ni anodines, ni naïves», 
estime l’addictologue. LP/Philippe Lavieille


Président de la Fédération française d’addictologie, le professeur Amine Benyamina estime que ces nouveaux produits aux noms de cocktails favorisent le passage à la consommation de «vrai» alcool à

EXCLUSIF. Tariq Ramadan accusé de viol : la version d'Henda Ayari s'effondre

Le soir du 26 mai 2012, où elle assure avoir été violée par l'islamologue suisse, Henda Ayari se trouvait au mariage de son frère cadet en Seine-Maritime.

Par Stéphane Sellami

Ce sont des éléments objectifs d'enquête qui pourraient définitivement mettre à mal les accusations portées par Henda Ayari contre l'islamologue Tariq Ramadan. Cette ancienne salafiste, devenue militante laïque et féministe, assure avoir été violée en 2012 par le théologien suisse. C'est la

Affaire Alexandre Benalla : un collaborateur de Macron filmé en train de frapper un manifestant

Birthright, le programme de propagande israélien, perd du terrain auprès des jeunes juifs américains



Nous assistons à l’affaiblissement du lien traditionnel entre Israël et la nouvelle génération de juifs américains. S’il se brise, les chrétiens évangéliques et les républicains de droite se montreront-ils aussi efficaces dans leur défense de la politique israélienne ?


Depuis des décennies, un débat fait rage dans la diaspora juive quant à la manière de préserver

Gaza : un soutien international qui ne cesse de grandir

Participants à la Grande Marche du Retour - Photo : MEE/Mohammed al-Hajjar


Adnan Abu Amer – Les manifestants de la Grande marche du retour disent que le soutien à la bande de Gaza ne cesse de se renforcer.

Les organisateurs dans la bande de Gaza de la Campagne « Lever les sanctions sur Gaza » affirment que le mouvement prend de l’ampleur sur la scène internationale.

Cela fait 11 ans qu’Israël a imposé son blocus à Gaza et un an depuis que l’Autorité Palestinienne (PA) a imposé des sanctions sur le même territoire. Fin mai, une campagne de masse a commencé

Controverse après le choix de noms de villes palestiniennes pour des rues d'Agadir

Un rassemblement pacifique a été organisé, mardi 17 juillet, en protestation 
contre la décision du Conseil municipal d'Agadir. / Ph. Kech 24


Le Conseil municipal de la ville d’Agadir a décidé le 9 juillet dernier de nommer 43 des rues de la capitale de Souss avec des noms de villes et de personnalités palestiniennes. Une controverse est née suite à cette décision chez la population à majorité amazighe, indique l’agence de presse espagnole

Appel à contrer une marche des colons à Al-Aqsa

Le ministre palestinien des Affaires religieuses, Yusuf Al-Dais, a invité les Palestiniens à se rendre à la Mosquée Al-Aqsa pour faire face à la marche à laquelle prendront part des groupes de colons, samedi. Al-Aqsa «attend de nous une marche sérieuse qui doit être en mesure de repousser les attaques des colons et leurs violations quotidiennes qui ne cessent de se multiplier à une fréquence record, comme ce matin, avec l'incursion de plus de 150 colons protégés par les forces de

Netanyahu: La loi sur "l’Etat-nation du peuple juif", conforme à la vision de Herzl

Effectivement, la boucle est bouclée !
Le texte de la loi dispose que « l’Etat œuvre à encourager la colonisation juive » en Cisjordanie.


AA/Jérusalem/Abdel Raouf Arnaout

Le Premier ministre israélien, Benyamin Netanyahu, a considéré l’adoption de la loi sur « l’Etat-nation du peuple juif », jeudi par la Knesset, comme étant une application de la vision de Theodor

Israël fait polémique après le vote d'une loi raciste sur "l'Etat-nation du peuple juif"

Benjamin Netanyahu, le Premier ministre israélien ©REUTERS


Les députés israéliens ont approuvé un projet de loi controversé qui ne reconnaît le droit à l'autodétermination qu'aux juifs. "C'est un moment décisif dans les annales du sionisme", s'est félicité le Premier ministre Benjamin Netanyahu. Un article qui prévoyait d'établir explicitement l'apartheid

Israël veut la mort de Gaza et de ses deux millions d’habitants

Scènes de douleur lors des funérailles de Razan Ashraf al-Najjar, jeune infirmière 
palestinienne assassinée par l'armée d'occupation - Photo : réseaux sociaux


Al-Jazeera – Israël renforce encore son blocus sur la bande de Gaza, alors que les groupes de défense des droits de l’homme dénoncent la mesure comme « moralement dépravée ».


Israël a encore renforcé son blocus sur la bande de Gaza, empêchant les livraisons de gaz et de carburant par son seul passage commercial avec l’enclave palestinienne assiégée, une semaine après

Quand Israël sème la terreur sur Gaza (vidéo)

Des images des derniers bombardements sur Gaza captés par des caméras de surveillance

Gaza : 142 Palestiniens dont 18 enfants tombés en martyrs dans les attaques d’Israël depuis mars

Les soldats israéliens ont tué 142 Palestiniens dont 18 enfants au cours de manifestations pacifiques organisées depuis le 30 mars, blessant 16 mille 496 autres


Les soldats israéliens ont tué 142 Palestiniens dont 18 enfants au cours de manifestations pacifiquesorganisées depuis le 30 mars, blessant 16 mille 496 autres.

Dans un communiqué écrit, le porte-parole du ministère de la Santé à Gaza, Ashraf al-Qodra a fait savoir qu’il y avait parmi les martyrs, 2 femmes, 2 personnels de santé et 2 journalistes.

Selon al-Qodra, 4.190 balles, 529 balles en caoutchouc, 7.421 cas d’asphyxie, 4.356 shrapnells et

Raid aérien israélien sur Rafah : Un martyr et 3 blessés

AA/ Gaza

Un Palestinien est tombé en martyr et trois autres ont été blessés jeudi dans une attaque israélienne contre une tour de surveillance relevant d’une faction palestinienne à l'est de Rafah, dans le sud de la Bande de Gaza.

Ashraf al-Qodra, le porte-parole du ministère palestinien de la Santé, a déclaré dans un bref

Israel hits Gaza Strip, martyring Palestinian, injuring 3

Israël frappe la bande de Gaza, Un martyr et 3 blessés

Deadly airstrike targeted group of Palestinian incendiary kite flyers, according to Israeli army

FILE PHOTO


By Nour Abu Aisha and Hani al-Shaer

GAZA CITY, Palestine

One Palestinian was martyred Thursday -- and three others injured -- in an Israeli airstrike in the southern Gaza Strip, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry.

“Martyr Abdel-Karim Radwan, 22, succumbed to injuries sustained as a result of the strike,” ministry

Hamas reveals details of Egyptian reconciliation proposal

Le Hamas révèle les détails de la proposition de réconciliation égyptienne

Senior Hamas official Musa Abu-Marzouq 
[Palestine & The Revolutions/Facebook]


Senior Hamas leader Musa Abu-Marzouq revealed yesterday the details of the Egyptian proposal for Palestinian reconciliation, Safa News Agency reported.

Abu-Marzouq said: “The new proposal includes mechanisms to carry out reconciliation in stages in a limited timeframe,” stressing that Hamas had accepted this proposal and “will not carry out any more

Hamas defiant after Israeli threats over burning kites

Le Hamas défiant après les menaces israéliennes sur les cerfs-volants en feu

Gaza's governing party says protesters have right to continue sending flaming kites that Israel claims have destroyed millions of dollars worth of crops.



Hamas says protesters sending burning kites into Israel have a right to continue, despite Israeli threats to stop them.

Israel sends threatening letter to Hamas leaders, Israeli media claims

"israël" envoie une lettre de menaces aux dirigeants du Hamas, prétendent les médias israéliens
Gazans setting kites on fire during the Great March of Retrun, May, 2018 [Twitter]



Israeli authorities have sent a threatening letter to Hamas leaders through Egypt’s intelligence agency, Quds Press reported yesterday.

According to the Israeli TV Channel 10, Israel said in the letter that it is ready to carry out a military offensive against Gaza if the incendiary balloons are not stopped.

Hamas replied with a letter from Cairo, saying that it would stop the kites and balloons after Friday in

Israel holds over 2000 truckloads to Gaza

"israël" détient plus de 2 000 camions à Gaza



PNN/ Gaza/

Israeli occupation is holding more than 2000 truckloads of goods for the industrial and commercial sectors of Gaza as part of its plan to strangulate Gaza and tighten the siege in an unprecedented manner since 2008.

Head of the Popular Committee Against Siege, MP Jamal al-Khudari on Wednesday said in a press

Israeli Weapons Found in Daesh Arms Depot (VIDEO)

Des armes israéliennes trouvées dans le dépôt d'armes de Daesh (VIDEO)


Israeli-made weapons have been found in Dash arms depot. (Photo: via MEMO)



Israeli-made weapons have been found among a cache of arms belonging to the terrorist group Daesh.

The discovery was made by Syrian government troops in the south of Hama province, during a large-

How Israel silences Palestine in EU circles

Comment "israël" fait taire la Palestine dans les cercles de l'UE


by Issam Aruri

Israeli propaganda machine works internationally to undermine the role of the Palestinian NGOs which discloses Israeli violation of international law and maintain well-being of Palestinian people.

Imagine the following: a toxic op-ed is published that defames your organisation. You contact the

Prisoners start hunger strike to protest against PA cuts to their salaries

Les prisonniers entament une grève de la faim pour protester contre les réductions de salaire de l'AP

Palestinians stage a protest to show solidarity with Palestinian prisoners on 
hunger strike in Ramallah, West Bank [Issam Rimawi / Anadolu Agency]


Palestinian prisoners inside Israeli jails announced yesterday the start of a hunger strike in protest against a decision by the Palestinian Authority (PA) to cut the salaries of prisoners in the Gaza Strip, Quds Net News reported.

The PA and Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas has imposed sanctions on the Gaza Strip that includes cuts

Listen: Episcopal Church votes to refuse profits from Israeli crimes

Ecoutez: l'Eglise épiscopale vote pour refuser les profits venant des crimes israéliens



On this episode of The Electronic Intifada Podcast: The Episcopal Church takes action to support Palestinian rights; Germany implements municipal and national crackdowns on Palestine activism.

The Episcopal Church has formally adopted an investment screen to avoid profiting from human

No, Israel hasn't 'won over' the Syrians

Non, "israël" n'a pas «gagné» contre les SyriensIsrael has been taking advantage of some Syrians' desperation to pursue its political goals. That's not humanitarianism.

Syrians walk to a bus just after they crossed the armistice line from Syria to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights to get medical treatment in Israel on July 11, 2018 [Reuters/Ronen Zvulun]


Israel can bomb Iranian occupiers in Syria from here to eternity, but it will never be able to whitewash its occupation and aggression.

Some Syrians are welcoming these strikes or the occasional humanitarian aid from Israel, but this doesn't mean that they have suddenly forgotten that Israel is systematically bombing and shooting

(VIDEO) Israeli Settlers Storm Al-Aqsa Mosque

 Invasion de colons israéliens à la mosquée Al-Aqsa (VIDÉO)


Dozens of Israeli settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, under armed security by the Israeli police, on Wednesday, ahead of the Jewish holiday of Tisha B’Av.

Tisha B’Av notably commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temple, which Jews

Thousands gather in Khan al Ahmar against planned demolition

Des milliers de personnes se rassemblent à Khan al Ahmar contre une démolition planifiée


PNN/ Jerusalem/

Thousands of protesters on Wednesday held a protest against the Israeli plan to demolish Khan Al-Ahmar Bedouin village and replace it with illegal Israeli Settlement units, by waving Palestinian flags and chanting slogans.

Protesters included Palestinian citizens who came from cities all over the West Bank, in addition to

Between Israel’s bullets and bulldozers

Entre les balles et les bulldozers d'"israël"


The shepherding community of Khirbet al-Malih is located in a hilly area of the Jordan Valley in the northeast corner of the occupied West Bank. Pockets of families live in metal-frame tents in small Bedouin encampments. Israel occupied the area in 1967 and, like some 60 percent of the West Bank, it is under full Israeli military control.



Since the 1970s, this area has also been an Israeli live-fire military zone, along with around half of the rest of the Jordan Valley, according to the rights group B’Tselem.



In an otherwise peaceful countryside lies a military outpost. For the residents of Khirbet al-Malih, the firing zone designation means the Israeli military can train whenever they want. The shepherds and their families live with the constant presence of military vehicles criss-crossing the countryside, semi-trailer trucks transporting tanks, low-flying aircraft, gunfire and explosions.



Khirbet Al-Malih is dry and hot in the summer, rainy in the winter and deep green in the spring. Spring is the best season for milk because there is plenty of food for the animals.



A Bedouin resident of Khirbet al-Malih rolls a cigarette made with tobacco grown on his field.



If Israeli forces want to use the land around a Bedouin family compound for military exercises, they do. They pull up to a tent and demand everyone leave for a certain period of time, often for days. Families pack the few things they can, gather their animals and leave. They sleep outside until they are allowed to return, often to trampled crops and turned-up earth where tanks passed through. This photo shows the aftermath of one such military exercise. Since 2014, at least three Palestinians have been killed and five injured by unexploded ordnance left behind during military exercises in the Jordan Valley, according to B’Tselem.



Khadir Brahim lives in Khirbet al-Malih on land owned by a Christian church. In recent days, Brahim said, the military performed exercises. “They made us and others leave our homes,” he said. When Brahim is forced to evacuate, he said: “I take the minimal, the goats, the sheep and just go.” Brahim added that, “If anyone is caught staying in their home, the army would physically throw us out and beat them if necessary.” The army once shot a camel, he said.



Ezra Nawi is an Israeli human rights activist who has been working in the northern Jordan Valley for years. He says Israel’s aim in the Jordan Valley is the same as in the South Hebron Hills and East Jerusalem: pushing Palestinians off their land. “It is the police, the army, the intelligence. It’s the same body with many arms. All of them with the same target, how to squeeze them out,” he said.



Mahyoub al-Meer is a shepherd living with his family on land his grandfather owned. He said he has papers proving his family’s ownership of the land. But under military occupation, papers do little to protect one’s rights. “Every day there is the army, the settlers, the exercises. Every day there are problems,” he said.



The army recently approached al-Meer’s family, some of whom are seen here, and declared his land a closed military zone. There were no military exercises as far as he could see but they still forced him to leave. “I resisted, I asked why? I asked if it was just me, or did the settler two kilometers away also have to evacuate. The army then asked for my papers. I told them that I was born here, why would I need a license? So I had to leave, I took my family away with me for two days.“



Al-Meer and his family are surrounded by three hillsides cradling their cluster of tents and sheep pens. One hillside has a road cutting through it, leading to Amihai, the newest settlement, just two kilometers away, built on his family’s land in 2017. On the adjacent hill, directly above them, is a military outpost with a watchtower and cellphone tower, leaving them with the feeling of always being watched. These hills were once for grazing, but now al-Meer keeps his distance unless Nawi or other volunteers are with him.



Because Israel prevents Palestinians from building in Area C – a zone comprising about 60 percent of the West Bank – al-Meer cannot dig a well. He cannot access the water line that goes up to the military outpost. Instead, he pays for water tanks trucked in from the nearest town. He has been cut off from his pastures, reducing the available food for his sheep and goats. In 2016, his family dwellings and animal shelters, built of mud and earth, were demolished by the military. They also tore down a small kindergarten on his land. The small schoolhouse served children from neighboring camps, giving them a head start before they went to Tubas for regular schooling.

Adlan Mansri is a French-Algerian photojournalist based in the Middle East.

Israel demolished 63 Palestinian facilities in Jerusalem in 2018

"israël" a démoli 63 installations palestiniennes à Jérusalem en 2018

An Israeli excavator demolishes a Palestinian building for allegedly being 
unauthorised in East Jerusalem on 1 May 2018 [Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency]


The Jerusalem Centre for Legal Assistance and Human Rights has said that Israel has demolished 63 Palestinian facilities in Jerusalem since the start of 2018, Safa news agency reported yesterday.

In a report issued on Tuesday the centre said that 51 Palestinians, including 21 minors, were displaced due to the demolitions, noting that most of the demolitions took place in Al-Issawiyeh and

Israeli Soldiers Uproot 350 Trees Near Salfit

Des soldats israéliens déracinent 350 arbres près de Salfit


Israeli soldiers uprooted, Wednesday, dozens of olive, almond and fig trees owned by a Palestinian villager from Deir Ballout, west of the northwestern West Bank city of Salfit, bringing the number of uprooted trees to approximately 350 in less than 72 hours.

The uprooted trees were in a Palestinian agricultural land in Bab al-Marj area, east of Deir Ballout,

'Jewish nation state': How Israel enshrines apartheid into law

'Etat-nation juif': Comment Israël consacre l'apartheid

The law is only the latest attempt to legislate discrimination against Palestinians


Ben White

On Thursday, the Israeli government formally passed the "Jewish nation state"law. With the Knesset's summer recess on the horizon, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu managed to pass the law ahead of the break.

"This is a defining moment in the annals of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel," Netanyahu

Israel passes 'Nation State' law enshrining Jewish supremacy

"israël" adopte la loi de l'Etat Nation qui consacre la suprématie juive
Palestinian lawmakers ejected from Knesset by security after vote, shouting 'you are racist' at the speaker

An Israeli settler gestures towards Palestinians protesting near Hebron in June 2018. 
The Nation State law describes settlement as a 'national value' (Reuters)


Israel passed a law on Thursday giving Jews supremacy over all non-Jewish Israeli citizens, which critics and members of the state's Palestinian minority called racist, likening the legislation to apartheid.

The "Nation State" law passed by a vote of 62-55 and two abstentions in the 120-member parliament

Israeli Knesset approves “Nationality Law”

La Knesset israélienne approuve la "loi sur la nationalité"


PNN/ Jerusalem/

The Israeli parliament (Knesset) approved the Nationality Law in its second and third readings on Wednesday night, with 62 MKs votes in favor, 55 against, and two abstentions.

The Law identifies Israel as a Jewish nation, establishes Hebrew as its sole official language while

Israel Bans Palestinian Academic Conference in Jerusalem

"israël" interdit la Conférence académique palestinienne à Jérusalem

Israeli forces raid a Palestinian academic conference, July 14, 2018. 
Photo credit: Wadi Hilweh Information Center.


POSTED BY: AHMAD JARADAT JULY 18, 2018
One Palestinian was arrested. Over a dozen others were briefly detained and in some cases ordered to appear before Israeli intelligence at a later date.

The Israeli minister of public security Gilad Erdan banned a Palestinian academic conference in

Israeli Knesset dismisses Arab MK after he criticises killing Palestinians

La Knesset israélienne révoque le député arabe après avoir critiqué le fait de tuer des Palestiniens

Arab MK Jamal Zahalka


The Israeli Knesset has thrown Arab MK Jamal Zahalka out and prevented him from taking part in meetings for a month after he described a former Israeli intelligence official as a killer of Palestinian children.

The Times of Israel reported that Zahalka was suspended for calling former Shin Bet head and Likud

Qatar funded Zionist Organization of America

L'organisation sioniste d'Amérique financée par le Qatar


The emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani hired a Washington firm to 
cultivate support from the Israel lobby. Those efforts included large donations
 to the Zionist Organization of America.Emmanuele ContiniSIPA USA

Tamara Nassar and Ali Abunimah

Qatar donated $250,000 to some of the most extreme pro-Israel organizations in the United States, including one that funds senior Israeli military officers to go on propaganda tours.

Joseph Allaham, a lobbyist working for the Qatari government, transferred the money through his