EGYPT, THE U.S. AND THE ISRAELI BLOCKADE OF GAZA

Mubarak-Dec25-08-Livni-Egypt_Mideast_Israel__MeyeEgyptian President Hosni Mubarak, right, greets Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni during a meeting at the Presidential Palace in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Dec. 25, 2008. Their talks focused on the Middle East peace process and an Israeli major military operation in Gaza.

‘Making nice with Israel opens the door to billions of dollars worth of aid from Washington, money on which Mubarak’s clique depend to fund the security apparatus that sustains them in power.’

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/jun/05/mubarak-weather-perfect-storm

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  1. kruitvat Post author

    CAN MUBARAK WEATHER A PERFECT STORM?

    Anger over support for Israel in addition to political stagnation and economic instability could undermine Egypt’s president

    Jack Shenker
    guardian.co.uk

    Saturday 5 June 2010 11.00 BST

    Holed up under the belle époque domes of his presidential palace this week, ailing Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak would not have heard the crowds chanting his name on the streets of Cairo, Alexandria, Fayoum and other major cities across the country.

    Which is just as well, as their words were enough to send a chill down the spine of any Arab autocrat fighting to maintain his grip over a nation increasingly reluctant to afford those at the top of the political tree any kind of credibility. “Ya Mubarak, Ya Sahyoni” (“Mubarak the Zionist”) sang the protesters, as anger over Israel’s deadly assault on the Gaza aid flotilla gathered momentum. “Down with the siege, down with Mubarak.”

    Only last month the Israeli newspaper Haaretz was describing the relationship between Mubarak and Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu as a “wonderful friendship” and claiming that Bibi felt closer to the 82-year-old Egyptian than to any other world statesman.

    Well, friends can sometimes cause each other headaches, and Israel’s bout of gung-ho piracy on Monday has just handed Mubarak a head-splitting migraine right at the moment when he needed to be at the top of his game.

    Domestically, Egypt’s role as an accomplice in Israel’s crippling siege of Gaza has long been Mubarak’s biggest political vulnerability. As well as keeping the border at Rafah largely sealed and regularly gassing the underground tunnels that the Palestinian territory relies upon for economic survival (not to mention the construction of a 18m deep underground steel wall intended to cut them off altogether), Egypt has also consistently blocked aid convoys from entering the Gaza Strip and played a hefty part in the failure of rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah to reconcile their differences.

    The rewards reaped by Egypt’s ruling elite for facilitating an illegal blockade against a fellow Arab community are two-fold. First, Cairo gets to contain and cripple Hamas, whom it identifies as a threat to its own national and regional hegemony – not least due to the Islamist party’s links with the semi-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood opposition movement back home. Second, it brings Egypt firmly into the fold of the comically titled “moderate” grouping of Middle Eastern autocracies that enjoy American support.

    Making nice with Israel opens the door to billions of dollars worth of aid from Washington, money on which Mubarak’s clique depend to fund the security apparatus that sustains them in power. It also helps ensure that the west turns a blind eye to the flagrant transgressions of democratic principles and human rights that emanate out of this volatile corner of North Africa with awkward regularity.

    But the price the Egyptian government pays for this deal comes in the form of public legitimacy. Egypt may be formally at peace with Israel but the vast majority of the population remain steadfastly opposed to cultural normalisation with the Zionist state, never mind unequivocal political and logistical support for the economic and social strangulation of one-and-a-half million neighbouring Palestinians. The murder of flotilla activists has, predictably, fuelled a surge of anti-Israeli sentiment among many Egyptians. The challenge now for the fragmented anti-Mubarak opposition movement is to channel that sentiment towards condemnation of Egypt’s own government as well.

    Recent history is on their side. Over the past decade regional political crises have twice produced a sharp spike in the number of people demonstrating on the streets in Egypt, firstly at the outbreak of the Palestinian intifada in 2000 and subsequently during the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, when 40,000 people occupied Cairo’s central Tahrir Square for a full 24 hours before riot police managed to disperse them.

    On both occasions, protests relating to events taking place abroad quickly mushroomed into a powerful critique of local tyranny, with linkages drawn between injustices playing out beyond Egypt’s borders and the oppression so pervasive within them.

    The flotilla controversy already appears to be following suit. Egyptian protesters denouncing Israel this week extended their anti-siege slogans to cover their own immediate experience of being kettled-in by baton-wielding riot police; on Tuesday, the day of rigged elections to the upper house of Egypt’s parliament, TV cameras filmed one veteran dissident likening Israel’s actions in Gaza to the Egyptian government’s “massacre” of people’s votes.

    Prominent political activist Hossam el-Hamalawy told me:

    “Unanimously now, whenever protesters get together, you’ll find their first chants are against Mubarak. Whenever anything happens with Palestine and Israel, the strongest impact is here in Egypt. It’s very ironic: we have the most treacherous regime when it comes to the Palestinian cause – Mubarak is America’s most senior thug in the region – and yet the people of Egypt are among the most sympathetic you can find in terms of the Palestinians, because they can understand the correlations between the Palestinian issue and their own situation.”
    It is wise not to exaggerate the potential of such protests; numerically they remain small and, as another long-term dissident, Ahmed Salah, explained to me recently, most Egyptians remain fearful of expressing public opposition to Mubarak for fear of the consequences. “The majority of people, if you ask them about getting on to the streets to show their anger, simply reply ‘Mafish fayda’ (‘It’s no use’). They don’t want to sacrifice themselves in vain.”

    But that doesn’t mean that Mubarak is off the hook. With economic standards declining, political stagnation entrenching and more (highly flawed) elections approaching just at the time when the president is widely perceived to be close to his last breath, Israel’s bloodshed in the Mediterranean injects a new element of uncertainty into what amounts to a perfect storm for the octogenarian’s regime.

    Even more worryingly for the Egyptian government, the very leverage it held in the Israel/Palestine arena may itself be draining away. “The situation is explosive and in the upper echelons of the state there’s total confusion in terms of how to handle it,” el-Hamalawy argues.

    Caught between his people and his paymasters, tough times lie ahead for one of the Middle East’s oldest western stalwarts.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/jun/05/mubarak-weather-perfect-storm

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  2. kruitvat Post author

    Photo is invisible. Too sensitive?
    Since a few days the same problems with Skynet blogs.
    It was beginning with a Facebook-image about the blockade of Israel (a cartoon with a Jaffa orange) that we couldn’t publish.
    Also titles and pictures of the Working Group Morkhoven disappeared.
    On the first place problems with the blogs which criticized Israel.
    Then also problems with the blog of the Werkgroep Morkhoven where we had published some messages about Israel (Ameer Makhoul, a Israeli-Palestinian Human Right activist, false accused of ‘espionage’, isolated and tortured, after 50 days we can write him).
    Photos of Morkhoven-actions disapeared, also the photo of the hospital bed where Marcel was chained.
    Following the Open Letter to the director of Belgacom Skynet (wheirin we spoke of the role of Minister De Clerck and the files ‘Marcel Vervloesem’ and ‘Network Zandvoort’), there was just a small improvement.
    But then the problems came back.
    Under every missing or invisible photo, we published a text about our problems with our blogs (‘Human Rights Belgium’, ‘Human Rights, Droits de l’Homme, Mensenrechten’,).
    We wrote a letter with a complaint at Skynet. Published on the blogs (‘Werkgroep Morkhoven’,) but we didn’t receive some answer.
    Are all these problems the results of the connections of Belgacom Skynet with Israel and the Israeli compagnies?
    Belgacom and the Belgian State, which owns Belgacom, use Israeli tapping material. They have good relations.
    On Skynet: publicity for the Belgian federal Internet Police.

    During the past days, they was a strange legal search in the house of Cardinal Danneels and Child Focus that covered the Zandvoort case, was asking a crazy injury compensation of 500,000 euros at Victor Hissel, the lawyer who defended the parents in the case Dutroux.
    It is a maneuver designed to distract the attention of the Zandvoort childporn case.

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  3. kruitvat Post author

    Foto verdwenen. Ligt de zaak te gevoelig?
    Sinds een paar dagen dezelfde problemen met onze skynetblogs.
    Het begon met een foto inzake de boycott van Israel (een cartoon met een Jaffa appelsien) die niet publiceerbaar was.
    Ook titels en foto’s van Werkgroep Morkhoven die verdwenen.
    Eerst problemen met de blogs waarop kritiek was op Israël. Nadien ook met Werkgroep Morkhoven waarop ook enkele artikels stonden inzake Israël, Gaza, Ameer Makhoul.
    Ondermeer de foto’s van het ziekenhuisbed waaraan Marcel Vervloesem was vastgeketend, en onze aktie voor het Paleis in Brussel, verdwenen.
    Te maken met de connecties van Belgacom-Skynet met Israël en Israëlische bedrijven ?
    Belgacom en de Belgische Staat, die eigenaar is van Belgacom, maken gebruik van Israëlische afluisterapparatuur.
    Op Skynet: publiciteit voor Federale Computer Crime Unit.

    Na de publikatie van een Open Brief aan de directie van Skynet-Belgacom (met kritiek op Minister De Clerck inzake Marcel Vervloesem en de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort), was er even een kleine verbetering.
    Nadien kwamen de problemen terug.
    Onder iedere verdwenen of onzichtbare foto een tekst gepubliceerd.

    Er was een gerechtelijke huiszoeking bij kardinaal Danneels en Child Focus vraagt 500.000 Euro schadevergeding aan Victor Hissel. Het is een manoeuver bedoeld om de aandacht af te leiden van de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort.

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  6. kruitvat Post author

    DaanSpeak (‘Nieuws achter het Nieuws’) publiceerde een interessante artikelenreeks over de ‘komende oorlog tegen Iran’. Daaruit blijkt dat de brainwashing van de bevolking voor een oorlog tegen Iran, reeds een aantal jaren bezig is.
    Alhoewel de artikels soms moeilijk te lezen zijn omdat er voortdurend van het Nederlands naar het Engels (en omgekeerd) wordt overgesprongen, bieden zij toch een interessant overzicht: http://www.daanspeak.com/IranAttack10.html

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  7. kruitvat Post author

    Israel court lessens charge against suspected spy

    Omar Saeed was initially accused, alongside another Palestinian of the 1948 areas, Ameer Makhoul of contact with a foreign agent and “assistance to an enemy in time of war.”
    AFP Published: 00:00 July 10, 2010

    Occupied Jerusalem: An Arab accused of passing information to Lebanon’s Hezbollah has cut a plea deal that will lessen the charge to working for an illegal organisation, his lawyer said on Thursday.
    Omar Saeed was initially accused, alongside another Palestinian of the 1948 areas, Ameer Makhoul of contact with a foreign agent and “assistance to an enemy in time of war.”
    Makhoul was also charged with aggravated espionage.
    A Nazareth court on Thursday approved the plea bargain and lessened the charge to working for an illegal organisation, Saeed’s lawyer Orna Cohen said.
    “Omar Saeed pleaded guilty to this charge and should be sentenced to seven months in prison,” she said.
    In 2006, Israel and Hezbollah fought a devastating war that killed more than 1,200 Lebanese, most of them civilians, and more than 160 Israelis, mostly soldiers.
    Legal watchdog group Adalah says the “arrests and interrogations of Dr Saeed and Makhoul were conducted in gross violation of their fundamental rights to due process.”
    “The illegal methods employed against Ameer Makhoul during the initial days of his interrogation include protracted sleep deprivation and continuous interrogation, while being shackled tightly to an undersized chair that was bolted to the floor to prevent it from moving,” the watchdog Adalah said.

    http://gulfnews.com/news/region/lebanon/israel-court-lessens-charge-against-suspected-spy-1.652282

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