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streaming live, and i get 2 channels. plus thousands of our programs award winning documentaries and get new support the subscribe to you choose dot com forward slash al jazeera english. ah. i have him. he okay today listerine, we are going to take a little bit deeper into 3 new stories affecting you occupy westbank. now i know you will have opinions, put your comments and you choose and you can share and i will share some with them with me. that's my guess. hello, so fatima angel and oh la, really nice to have you on today's stream. back to introduce yourself. hello audience, who you are and what you do. hi, my name is falk now de cream. i'm
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a journalist. i'm based in drama, la and palestine. i've been covering the region or covering basically palestine for the past 15 years. 5 recently joined the fabulous team of christian science monitor and i'm very happy to be joining you today at the english hour. so happy to have you and shall welcome to the stream. introduce yourself to global audience. well, my name is on tomorrow. thanks very much for having me on the show. i'm a journalist this and be rude. i'm also calling this foreign policy magazine i right. on the middle east about the region essentially, and recently have of course all to be inviting on the rail palestine conflict. so nice to have you. thank you for making time for us and welcome home is an alarm from the stream. it's so nice to have you, oma, now we have a different route, will tell everybody who you are, what you do. i know it's interesting to be here on the other side of this, but i am omar. but dar, i'm in a policy and american political analysts based in washington, dc,
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and addition to offering analysis. also some do some work on advocacy for a change in american politics towards palestine and israel capital back on the stream. so we are going to start gas in the occupied eastern neighbourhood, a 6 year out. the the in the for longer to start review, that was eastern them a monday. one of our busier produces,
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posted that video to me tells me that the news doesn't stop in easter reason. it may not be the 1st new story. it may not even be in the headlines, but it continues. what does that video tell you? this video is about the daily lives for palestinians all across the palestinian territory. everywhere they live. there is this, the rest of it's either sanctioned sectors attacking palestinians that are sanctioned by go unpunished, basically by the state or it is the israeli military or the trying the police a for me this video is, is, is a picture our daily life for palestinians who feel at risk every moment of their lives. every day. they feel the risk not only of eviction, but also harming the personal security at their own homes. the periphery of your
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own personal space is act is at risk and it's highly volatile situation where is ready. police or israel, you or to do nothing to prevent the best situation. so it's not just the, the news doesn't stop. it's the daily conflict for palestinians who are trying to say that we just want to live here. that a who are being attacked by either settlers or israeli authorities and their different bodies every single day. i have witnessed that until can you even tell the story of the protest in east jerusalem? is that a week when, when once in a protest happen a week when another set of protest happen? is there a narrative that you can even follow angel? well, i think there are sort of 2 important things that i like to mention now to picking up from what followed them. i said there is obvious discrimination in systematic
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discrimination of play. if you look at the events of just the last 15 days or just the last month when the recent clashes flashes between hamas and israeli forces took place, we saw that these really forces arrested a lot of palestinians. and they said that they were arresting right on gold and not protesters, which is what the listings on the ground of claimed. the people who were arrested and b know they were active as like bahama, the court, and his sister more not to actually work, just protesting to save their homes, were also picked up. but when, after the cease fire was agreed upon, when these really authorities, under the new prime minister, natalie bennett, allowed for the flag march to be carried out by the israelis and many of them out of the docks jews as well. we have them chunk deaths to arabs, and these as that of despicable things to say and offensive to anybody who gives us
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a chance, even if you, even if you're not an arrow, but we did not sort of europe, israel making any arrest then. so this is sort of obvious that there is systematic discrimination at play and i don't know what my callback this think about enough. dolly bennett being the new prime minister. but i suspect, and i've been talking to a lot of allison in intellectuals who feel that it might actually get what we're going to get to that. i want to play a video to you and then i'd love to hear your responses. the end of it is dahlia. she's an independent journalist. she's talking about shakes euro. this is her take . i'm going to have your take, just thought you hear it. the israeli authorities have also effectively cardona off if eastern part of shift cetera they're saying they're trying to de escalate things . but effectively what's happening is that a supporters of palestinian of palestinians in the neighborhood are not being
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allowed in yet. israeli settlers and supporters and their supporters are being allowed into the neighborhood. what this is meant is, is that it's really, authorities are trying to suppress the mass mobilization that has that has been sparked because of what's happening in look what that is saying is, is absolutely spot on. and i think to take a quick step back and set the context for this a little bit more when we are talking about east jerusalem, we are talking about occupied palestinian territory that israel has no right to be in. and yet israel is effectively the authority there are there by force, and they've created a reality in which they really have an ethnic cleansing project that is effectively what we are witnessing. international law is very clear about the fact that you cannot throw people who are unoccupied people out of their homes, that occupy territory in order to bring
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a segment of the occupiers population to live in their homes. and that is precisely what israel's policy is. the deputy mayor of jerusalem admits to it openly, our king is the person i'm referring to. who basically says that the policy israeli policy in east jerusalem is to reduce the number of palestinians and increase the number of israeli jews in order to achieve demographic dominance. nice jerusalem, and we're looking at shifts. we are really looking at a situation in which the indigenous people who belong in those homes are afforded, are essentially living under all kinds of restrictions and violence. and yet, the israeli settlers, who are intruders and steps of our enjoy, complete and total freedom of movement, it really is a situation of apartheid. there is no other way to describe it. and every major human rights organization has been very clear about the fact that israel imposes apartheid rule on palestinians in which they don't enjoy the same right. as israelis to go, alex gee, he's on youtube, and alex says what reactions has major western countries be having to the issue current in shape? you're all to think directly we getting involved commenting with the situation. you
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have to 30 seconds to respond to that. absolutely. i mean, look, it's really no different than what's happening in south africa or that happened in south africa during the apartheid era. what is really needed from the international community is an in position of sanctions, is creating consequences for israeli race. the policies that impact palestinians in order to ensure that they do not continue enjoying western support, at least i mean that we certainly see that a lot of this is happening of american aid and diplomatic protection that should not be happening and there should be consequences, right? alex, you had on staff and oma, i one of these all because until they found in israel, where a new coalition government has just been sworn in. this is the prime minister, naphtali bennett, at his 1st cabinet meeting on june 13th float. let me, let me log in with them. we are at the beginning of new days, the hardships and not exaggerated word in this case of forming a union to government are behind us. and now the citizens of israel,
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all of them are looking up at us and we must deliver this. so i'm just looking at my laptop. anton story that you wrote for our era. don't combo israel, it's been it be worse than b. b for palestinians. asked the question, did you, did you ask that question? was it a genuine question? did you already know the answer? go ahead. well, i suspect, i mean, i think i knew the answer, but i just missed you sort of have to approach it in a way that, you know, i mean, of course, a lot of other people who been working on this topic much longer. and i had to speak to them and i listen in intellectuals, you know, they were pretty honest and their assessment. and they said, look, there are several scenarios that could play out. one is that nothing happens because bennett is going to be prime minister for 2 years. and the coalition that he's having is very fragile and they don't really want to rock the boat. why talk about palestinians anyway? if you do go to israel, you see that inside israel palestinians and their well being is sort of not an issue. it's a non issue,
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they have their internal issues and that's what they talk about. one possibility is, is that nothing happens with the other possibility is that mr. bennett actually carries out the policy that he's always promised to carry out, which is pro settlement, which is against a 2 state solution. and what was a lot of palestinian thinkers is that this prime minister has actually said that he wants to go on carry out more in legal settlements. and he actually thinks that there is a palestinian state. he things. but israel has already given palestinians of state in the form of gaza and he claims 60 percent of the west bank all of area see if you know off the or snow accords plan to occupied westbank and sort of seen it a, b, and c. he claims all of area c. so if you now look at just the last week and all the things that these really government has cleared up,
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they cleared the demolition of the house of a man that they said attacked israelis. collective punishment again, imposing against the family of that man. even if that man you know, did commit the crime that the israeli authorities are saying that that, that he did. the 2nd thing that they've done is for the 1st time in 6 months, they've cleared construction in west bank. now we do know that the biden administration had off nathan for an unofficial freeze on illegal several months. but now just today that it was reported and is really papers that construction band has been lifted. so we already sort of see these moves. and 11 does. if mr. bennett is actually going to be worse than even b b if that's even possible. and just bringing fatima satellite that there's a researcher genius called dahlia mastery and she's wrestling with the idea of say, what does this new government even mean? his her take an income off the back and share yours. essentially a new government actually mean anything to palestinian because every israeli
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government has been worse than the other. and palace and you know too well that liberation won't be achieved by a specific government. you know, the problem isn't just bad. the problem is the whole entire, the runs that were on project, you know, and tell you about it himself wants to expand jewish settlements and it's more land in the west bank, which is going to be even worse for palestinians than we've already seen today. we've seen the law had in the south. so palestinians need the end of occupation. they need liberation, lifting the fees on the right of return for all refugees. and that's not going to be achieved by asking your occupier to your, for you. well, i think dahlia has a point here in saying that knock 3 will be not a quote. then power in israel. it's a part of the question of who, what is this power or what is this person willing to do?
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are they willing to undo laws that institutionalize discrimination against palestinians, whether they are palestinians, who are citizens of israel, whether public, they are palestinians who are given the status of a permanent refugees, quote unquote, inside east jerusalem or palestinians, living in the west bank and gaza. because what we're seeing here is the same discrimination, the same end goal, but at different levels. whether it's the police brutality, the housing situation inside his role at the, at the discrimination and the ethnic cleansing inside jerusalem as is as described by international or human rights organizations. or the ethnic cleansing an area see which is over 60 percent or angela said the west bank. so the question is, are they willing to undo or how are they handling the legacy that they
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inherited from the business? and yeah, who's 10 year in, in about 12 years the decade of nathan, yahoo has just ended. and how can i, can you also question to our laws? he will, i will have to say, i'm a go have picked up. you know, really what do you think? what do you think? sure, really what you're describing is really spot on. i mean, when we're looking at benjamin netanyahu or natalie bennett's or anybody else, that changes matter to israeli politics in a domestic sense. but when it comes to their relationship to palestinians, really nothing will fundamentally change. we are looking at 2 prime ministers, the change from nathan, yahoo to bennett, who believe in israeli apartheid that is their platform, they believe in settler expands settlement expansion throughout the palestinian territory. they believe and not in the 9 pulse needs their rights and they don't really see palestinians as equal human beings who are deserving of the same rights that israelis enjoy. that's fundamentally the issue. i mean, really, the difference is, is that bennett is even more overtly racist. than anthony anthony,
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who was warning about arabs voting and draws during the election and engaging and all kinds of anti rhetoric. and then it takes that takes that to the next level he bragged about killing arabs and saying he sees no problem with that. he favors killing palestinian prisoners rather than taking them prisoners. he talks about how palestinians were quote, unquote, swinging from trees. when jews already had a state and were civilized, that's the extent of the racism that we're dealing with. and the fact that you are well. and if i'm a marionette, since you are in washington d. c. how do you see bite in administration? actually sort of gearing up to deal with it if they do intend to deal with this intractable issue at all. because we've sort of seen off the reason classes the, you know, big sort of the both things that we want balance needs to be secure. but it's also, we also want is really secure israelis to have a right to launch as strikes, to maintain their own security. you know that how do you see sort of direction as biden administration going to more because i think that's key. absolutely. look. i
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think the binding ministration is trying to bury its head in the sand when it comes to this issue. they want to pay lip service to their rhetoric of peas and equality and equal rights and freedom for everyone. but when it comes to actual policy, i think they are would rather avoid placing meaningful consequences on israeli policy. they want to pretend that the reality that we're all describing at this point is not actually the case and to just talk about perpetual negotiations. but clearly, fundamentally, nothing will change until there is a change in american policy on this. because when we talk about the u. s, giving $3800000000.00 every single year to israel and offering endless vito's at the united nation to shield israel from accountability. then there's not going to be incentive for these really government to changes behavior. and so when you see these models taking the st in jerusalem and elsewhere, chanting, death to arabs growing in numbers and becoming more brazen. that's really a reflection of the fact that is really politics is shifting more and more to the right. and there doesn't seem to be an acknowledgment from washington, although that is changing here in the united states because they're include
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increasingly progressive members of congress. i mean, are the states and celebrities who are willing to speak up and placed meaningful pressure on by them to check this? so i guess we have, we have some, some, some comments on youtube. i want to put for you so that you can discuss with our audience as well. i'm going to squeeze in one more story. this is a story to ask what happens to a palestinian town when our legal settlement moves in? we'd have a look at this video from alice railey settlers group and then omar, you come off the back of it. pace. welcome to the new settlements. i ah, we try time again again. but we finally returned to this hill and we returned with a lot of strength with men. if many families 40 families are already waiting to settle this land that has been waiting for us for 2000 years in all of them. to happen. we
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need you to join us in this importing mission. so there are some basic details that are missing from that video. we need to create by what's a whole video. that's a very basic details are missing. tell our audience what he's missing from that video. that is a promotional video st. come come live. it's a beautiful place to live. what is miss day? look, every single settlement that israel built in the occupied palestinian territory is illegal under international law. and this particular psalm, and if you are, is even illegal under israeli law, these really government has not authorized the settlement to be built. and it's built over the farmland of a palestinian town called beta that is just south of nablus. and even though the settlement does not, is not authorized even under these really government, yet when palestinians protest the presence of the settlers on their land, that this land stuff that is unfolding. these really military shows up and shoots at the palestinian demonstrators and just the past few weeks, they've already killed at least 5 people who are demonstrating and beta,
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including 2 children, a 15 year old and a 16 year old were also shot and killed for protesting lamps after that is actually illegal under israeli law. so it's really hard to describe how infuriating the situation is, where it doesn't really matter that the laptop does not approved by the israeli government. they're still willing to defend it by crushing any palestinian resistance of that, including with lethal force that targets children. it's really unacceptable. and it's a shame that the international community does not really react in a more forceful way that this to the occasion to the magnitude of the crimes that we're seeing. all right, so i guess you also so so plugin to what is happening and impacting occupied westbank. i want to ask you questions on behalf of our audience. this is a speed route. i need your immediate full and fast. this is brad fatima. this is for you, how likely is it to work in a settlement concept based on duplex is occupied by israeli and palestinian families? is that even possible?
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fatima good. i don't think that the issue of coexistence is irrelevant to palestinians. now policies have living in the economy of either or at, for so long either or a one state or to state the peaceful resistance or armed resistance, right? of return or compensation. this is no longer relevant is especially to the new generation whose voices are heard. the coexistence is a myth i'm telling, frowning through its speed, round, moving on, answer why you found the tinkling, the frown. go ahead. what i agreed thought the day. it was the sort of, you know, feel that it's, it's a really tense atmosphere, especially in homes where palestinians and jewish settlers have been forced, i would say to live together. and we've seen that and you know, so many with deals that have been published by palestinians. it needs to amanda invest bank. and you can sort of sense for tension and you hot goes out for both
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people really to see that these. they should be having a good time to get those neighbors. well, actually there is a lot of tension. i want that be, you know, because i mean, you, somebody starts to live in my house, i'm bound to be upset with them. oh, that's an understatement. has yusef and on youtube, usa says this, this one is for you, i'm a no one is going to act like we've done all the stories. you've seen the pictures, you've seen the pain, the west will always support if israel ally, that is a huge generalisation. oh my, you got 30 seconds reply. yeah, i think things are beginning to change. they are changing very slowly. it's infuriating that you have this level of support. but i think now increasingly for the 1st time ever during this latest assault on gaza, progressive members of congress were taken to the house floor denouncing israeli apartheid and demanding a change. i think there is an awakening. i think people are becoming more aware. and as that awareness growth, there's going to be more and more pressure on governments to shift their policies.
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so i'm optimistic about the fact that a changes eventually come interesting, a song for them on going to give us odds question to you. thank you for watching us out. what can be a practical solution to end this israeli style of a party? wow, that's a sort of noble laurie a sort of christian. and you answer it's not through what is the solution? well i think that for israel to manage it's policy level is essential to each is essential to dismantle everything that brings that brings back up race against democracy. so if, if there is any solution that has to be with equality for all residents and eventually all citizens enjoy human rights. all right, an easy one, an easy find a one for you until this is test lima. what should be the starts of the palestinian authority regarding naphtali? oh, well,
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i think 1st the bell sit in authority must start to speak up more for the palestinians, and try and have some sort of a truth with hamas. because as long as that's not the case, as really, they're always going to be using that division as an excuse to not sit on the table and even talk about the death stance towards the tale should be a tough one. nestali does not actually recognise them as, as a government he says they've got some sort of autonomy and that's as far as i'm ready to go are, there's not going to be a state of palestine in the west bank and they already have one in gaza. so i would imagine that that policy to miss ali should be a tough one, but they should try to get some sort of a juice working with her mom. and i tried an on their side to start, the doctor did a good job with that really tough question. youtube and your questions were excellent. thank you for co hosting with me today. my former co has law. thank you so lovely to have you back on the stream until fatima big topics. you wrestle with
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