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Mutation and haplotype studies of familial Mediterranean fever reveal new ancestral relationships and evidence for a high carrier frequency with reduced penetrance in the Ashkenazi Jewish population. (1/471)

Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) is a recessive disorder characterized by episodes of fever with serositis or synovitis. The FMF gene (MEFV) was cloned recently, and four missense mutations were identified. Here we present data from non-Ashkenazi Jewish and Arab patients in whom we had not originally found mutations and from a new, more ethnically diverse panel. Among 90 symptomatic mutation-positive individuals, 11 mutations accounted for 79% of carrier chromosomes. Of the two mutations that are novel, one alters the same residue (680) as a previously known mutation, and the other (P369S) is located in exon 3. Consistent with another recent report, the E148Q mutation was observed in patients of several ethnicities and on multiple microsatellite haplotypes, but haplotype data indicate an ancestral relationships between non-Jewish Italian and Ashkenazi Jewish patients with FMF and other affected populations. Among approximately 200 anonymous Ashkenazi Jewish DNA samples, the MEFV carrier frequency was 21%, with E148Q the most common mutation. Several lines of evidence indicate reduced penetrance among Ashkenazi Jews, especially for E148Q, P369S, and K695R. Nevertheless, E148Q helps account for recessive inheritance in an Ashkenazi family previously reported as an unusual case of dominantly inherited FMF. The presence of three frequent MEFV mutations in multiple Mediterranean populations strongly suggests a heterozygote advantage in this geographic region.  (+info)

Ethnicity, nationality and health care accessibility in Kuwait: a study of hospital emergency room users. (2/471)

In mid-1994, non-Kuwaiti expatriates constituted 61.7% of the total population of Kuwait (1.75 million). Despite this numerical majority, non-Kuwaitis exist as a social minority. Non-Kuwaitis may be grouped into three broad categories along ethnic/nationality lines into Bidoon (without nationality), Arabs, and Asians. The objective of this paper was to compare the relative accessibility of the various groups to health care services in Kuwait. The study is based on data collected as part of a survey of 2184 Emergency Room (ER) users in January-February 1993. All patients attending the hospital ERs between 7:30 am and 9:00 pm were interviewed about their reasons for coming to the ER instead of going to the primary health care (PHC) centres, as required. The major reason given was low accessibility of the PHCs. Compared to Kuwaiti nationals, 92% of whom were registered at the PHC centres, only 62% of the Arabs and 39% of the Asians were registered. Multiple logistic regression of the factors in registration indicated that nationality was the most important reason for lack of registration, with Asians only about one-quarter as likely to be registered as Kuwaitis. Also, people who had been in Kuwait for shorter durations (< 5 years) were less likely to be registered than the Kuwaiti nationals or expatriates who had been here for 10 years or longer. In the absence of registration at the PHC centre, the civil identification card (ID) may be used as a valid means to enter the health system. Among the Arabs and Asians, 22% and 29% did not have a civil ID card. Thus, for many expatriates, the hospital ER, which does not provide the necessary follow-up care is often the only source of health care available.  (+info)

The human platelet alphaIIb gene is not closely linked to its integrin partner beta3. (3/471)

alphaIIbb3 integrin is a heterodimeric receptor facilitating platelet aggregation. Both genes are on chromosome 17q21.32. Intergenic distance between them has been reported to be 125 to 260 kilobasepairs (kb) by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) genomic analysis, suggesting that they may be regulated coordinately during megakaryopoiesis. In contrast, other studies suggest these genes are greater than 2.0 megabasepairs (mb) apart. Because of the potential biological implications of having these two megakaryocytic-specific genes contiguous, we attempted to resolve this discrepancy. Taking advantage of large kindreds with mutations in either alphaIIb or beta3, we have developed a genetic linkage map between the thyroid receptor hormone-1 gene (THRA1) and beta3 as follows: cen-THRA1-BRCA1-D17S579/alphaIIb-beta3-qte r, with a distance of 1.3 centiMorgans (cM) between alphaIIb and beta3 and the two genes being oriented in the same direction. PFGE genomic and YAC clone analysis showed that the beta3 gene is distal and >/=365 kb upstream of alphaIIb. Additional restriction mapping shows alphaIIb is linked to the erythrocyte band 3 (EPB3) gene, and beta3 to the homeobox HOX2b gene. Analysis of alphaIIb(+)-BAC and P1 clones confirm that the EPB3 gene is approximately 110 kb downstream of the alphaIIb gene. Sequencing the region surrounding the human alphaIIb locus showed the Granulin gene approximately 18 kb downstream to alphaIIb, and the KIAA0553 gene approximately 5.7 kb upstream. This organization is conserved in the murine sequence. These studies show that alphaIIb and beta3 are not closely linked, with alphaIIb flanked by nonmegakaryocytic genes, and imply that they are unlikely to share common regulatory domains during megakaryopoiesis.  (+info)

Primary hyperoxaluria type I: a model for multiple mutations in a monogenic disease within a distinct ethnic group. (4/471)

Primary hyperoxaluria type 1 is an autosomal recessive inherited metabolic disease in which excessive oxalates are formed by the liver and excreted by the kidneys, causing a wide spectrum of phenotypes ranging from renal failure in infancy to mere renal stones in late adulthood. Mutations in the AGXT gene, encoding the liver-specific enzyme alanine:glyoxylate aminotransferase, are responsible for the disease. Seven mutations were detected in eight families in Israel. Four of these mutations are novel and three occur in children living in single-clan villages. The mutations are scattered along various exons (1, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10), and on different alleles comprising at least five different haplotypes. All but one of the mutations are in a homozygous pattern, reflecting the high rate of consanguinity in our patient population. Two affected brothers are homozygous for two different mutations expressed on the same allele. The patients comprise a distinct ethnic group (Israeli Arabs) residing in a confined geographic area. These results, which are supported by previous data, suggest for the first time that the phenomenon of multiple mutations in a relatively closed isolate is common and almost exclusive to the Israeli-Arab population. Potential mechanisms including selective advantage to heterozygotes, digenic inheritance, and the recent emergence of multiple mutations are discussed.  (+info)

Giardia lamblia carriage in Israeli Bedouin infants: risk factors and consequences. (5/471)

Giardiasis is a common protozoan infection, with varying clinical manifestations. We investigated the associations between Giardia lamblia carriage and environmental, family, illness, and growth characteristics. Bedouin infants (n=234) were followed from birth to age 18-23 months. At monthly home visits, stool samples were obtained, history of illness was determined, and an environmental assessment was done. The comparisons presented are between 4 groups defined by length of carriage of G. lamblia. Study children had a mean+/-SD of 4.1+/-2.9 diarrhea episodes. No illness, environmental, or family characteristics were associated with length of carriage. Significant differences were found in weight-for-age and weight-for-height z scores between the never-positive-for-G. lamblia group and all other carriage groups combined. Faltering growth was shown to be subsequent to G. lamblia infection rather than preceding it. Our findings confirm that G. lamblia carriage is not associated with diarrhea. However, the effect on growth deserves further investigation.  (+info)

Acute otitis media caused by antibiotic-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae in southern Israel: implication for immunizing with conjugate vaccines. (6/471)

The potential coverage of antibiotic-resistant pneumococci causing acute otitis media (AOM) by 7-, 9-, and 11-valent conjugate pneumococcal vaccines was studied in southern Israel. A total of 876 cases of pneumococcal AOM were studied in the context of various clinical conditions. Of the isolates, 68% were resistant to >/=1 drug, 61% were resistant to penicillin, and 13% were resistant to >/=3 antibiotic classes. Antibiotic resistance and coverage by the various candidates were age and population dependent and were higher among those with a complicated clinical course, as indicated by recent antibiotic use and recurrence of AOM. The results suggest that, if efficacious, the conjugate pneumococcal vaccines can substantially reduce the occurrence of pneumococcal AOM in general and complicated pneumococcal AOM in particular.  (+info)

Candidate locus for a nuclear modifier gene for maternally inherited deafness. (7/471)

Maternally inherited deafness associated with the A1555G mutation in the mitochondrial 12S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) gene appears to require additional environmental or genetic changes for phenotypic expression. Aminoglycosides have been identified as one such environmental factor. In one large Arab-Israeli pedigree with congenital hearing loss in some of the family members with the A1555G mutation and with no exposure to aminoglycosides, biochemical evidence has suggested the role of nuclear modifier gene(s), but a genomewide search has indicated the absence of a single major locus having such an effect. Thus it has been concluded that the penetrance of the mitochondrial mutation appears to depend on additive effects of several nuclear genes. We have now investigated 10 multiplex Spanish and Italian families with 35 members with the A1555G mutation and sensorineural deafness. Parametric analysis of a genomewide screen again failed to identify significant evidence for linkage to a single autosomal locus. However, nonparametric analysis supported the role of the chromosomal region around marker D8S277. The combined maximized allele-sharing LOD score of 3.1 in Arab-Israeli/Spanish/Italian families represents a highly suggestive linkage result. We suggest that this region should be considered a candidate for containing the first human nuclear modifier gene for a mitochondrial DNA disorder. The locus operates in Arab-Israeli, Spanish, and Italian families, resulting in the deafness phenotype on a background of the mitochondrial A1555G mutation. No obvious candidate genes are located in this region.  (+info)

The impact of new immigrants from the former Soviet Union on the severity of coronary angiographic findings in a public hospital in Israel. (8/471)

BACKGROUND: The arrival of 610,000 new immigrants to Israel from the former Soviet republics accounted for 58% of the population growth in the early 1990's. OBJECTIVE: To compare the coronary angiographic findings and risk factors between the new immigrants and local Jewish and Arab patients in this era of cost containment. METHODS AND RESULTS: A total of 550 consecutive patients--314 Jews, 95 new immigrants and 141 Arabs--were catheterized and analyzed during a 5 month period in 1995. Of this group 403 were males (73%). The mean age was 63.6 +/- 10.2 years among new immigrants, 62.4 +/- 9.4 among Jews, and 55.1 +/- 10.9 among Arabs (P < 0.05). Immigrants, including those under age 60, had the highest prevalence of multivessel disease (88.7%). Arabs had a high prevalence of single vessel disease (34.6%) and a low prevalence of multivessel (65.4%) and left main coronary disease (5.6%). Age, gender, risk factors and ethnic origin in descending order were determinants of the extent of coronary angiographic disease as revealed by multiple regression analysis. CONCLUSION: New immigrants had the most extensive angiographic coronary involvement, while Arab patients were younger and had less severe coronary artery disease. More intensive risk factor modification may have a major impact on disease progression particularly in the new immigrant subgroup.  (+info)

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Since the beginning of the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories in 1967, over 700,000 Palestinians have been detained by Israel. This forms approximately 20% of the total Palestinian population in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). Considering the fact that the majority of those detained are male, the number of Palestinians detained forms approximately 40% of the total male Palestinian population in the OPT.
In this volume, editor Michael Suleiman brings together 21 prominent scholars from a wide range of perspectives -- including anthropology, economics, history, law, literature and culture, political science, and sociology -- to take a close look at the status of Arabs in North America. Topics range from the career of Arab American singer, dancer, and storyteller Wadeeha Atiyeh to a historical examination of Arab Americans and Zionism. The contributors discuss in Detroit, a group of well-educated Jordanian men, and the Shia Muslims -- to illustrate the range of Arab emigre experience. More broadly, they examine Arab American identity, political activism, and attempts by Arab immigrants to achieve respect and recognition in their new homes. They address both the present situation for Arab Americans and prospects for their future ...
Posted on 09/13/2011 10:13:34 AM PDT by AfricanChristian. Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has captivated many Arabs with his tough talk against Israel, but voices at home and abroad question his drive to carve out a leadership role for Turkey in an Arab world once under the Ottoman imperial thumb. A Palestinian child crying in Gaza wrenches a mothers heart in Ankara, Erdogan told the Arab League in Cairo on Tuesday, using language calculated to delight Arab masses. His message of how Turks and Arabs twang to the same emotions would have seemed alien to a previous Turkey, friendly with its U.S. military ally, keen to join the European Union and disdainful of a backward Middle East on its doorstep. The so-called Turkish model has fascinated Arabs for several years, although no Arab country has emulated its mix of secular democracy, Islamist leadership and economic success. Yet Turkeys role is uncertain in a fluid region in which popular revolts are jolting many Arab nations, including some of ...
Academics for Bush (and his wars): Fouad Ajami Analyzes the Arab Natives for You. He has one of his usual pieces in the Wall Street Journal (thanks John and Walter). It is really your typical Fouad Ajami (and recently his obedient imitator `Abdur-Rahman Ar-Rashids) style: "that, look at me, how civilized I am, and how uncivilized Arabs are. Why cant Arabs be civilized like me. Do you not respect me and reward me for being such a civilized guy? It is really sad how uncivilized Arabs are, etc." First he starts by telling you that "The remarkable thing about the terror in Iraq is the silence with which it is greeted in other Arab lands." That is not really true. I have, I think, more extensive access to Arab media, and follow Arab opinions in print, and through TV broadcasts through my SuperDish and the other offerings on Globecast satellite TV, and consider myself a very close watcher of Arab public opinion, not through their jokes only and not through what a few handful Syrian writers in ...
The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct "Palestinian people" to oppose Zionism.. For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.". ...
The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct "Palestinian people" to oppose Zionism.. For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.". ...
The two-year intifada and Israels response largely explain the economic desperation of the Palestinians, formerly one of the most prosperous of Arab communities. Israeli curfews after terrorist attacks, plus restrictions on Palestinian workers entering Israel, cost al-Frahim his job and contact with Israelis he had worked with for more than 20 years. The current situation is a far cry from the years of relative peace after the 1993 Oslo accords, when the Palestinian economy flourished and standards of living rose. According to U.S. government reports, the Palestinian economy grew at a brisk 7 percent annually. The turnaround was underscored this week by Peter Hansen, the commissioner general of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, who appealed for $94 million to be spent on food aid, repairing homes damaged in the fighting and creating temporary jobs in the West Bank and Gaza. The physical isolation and the increasing estrangement between Israelis and Palestinians since the bloodshed began
Israeli police have shot and killed two Palestinians who stabbed three Israeli pedestrians near Jerusalems Old City, the latest in violence carried out by Palestinians and Israeli defensive measures.. A police spokeswoman says one of the Palestinians shot in Wednesdays attack died at the scene and the other one at a hospital.. Medical officials say the three Israelis were seriously wounded.. The attack happened outside Jaffa Gate, a popular spot for tourists visiting Jerusalems Old City.. A campaign of stabbings, shootings and car-rammings by Palestinians in recent months has killed 19 Israelis and a U.S. citizen. Israeli forces or armed civilians have killed at least 118 Palestinians, most of whom authorities have described as assailants. Others died in clashes with Israeli security forces.. Also Wednesday, Israels Shin Bet intelligence agency said it arrested 25 Palestinians linked to the terrorist group Hamas for planning bombings and suicide attacks against Israelis.. The agency said it ...
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Latest on the fallout from President Donald Trumps recognition of Jerusalem as Israels capital (all times local):. 10 p.m.. A senior Palestinian official says the Palestinians will not meet with Vice President Mike Pence during his upcoming visit to the region because of the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israels capital.. The official, Jibril Rajoub, said Thursday "we will not receive him in the Palestinian territories." Rajoub also calls for Arab officials not to meet with Pence.. Pence is expected to visit the region later this month. He is set to travel to Israel and to the West Bank city of Bethlehem. It was not clear what Rajoubs remarks meant for the West Bank portion of Pences trip.. Trumps decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israels capital and to advance plans to move the U.S. Embassy to the contested city has sparked outrage across the region.. ___. 9:30 p.m.. The Palestinians are asking the U.N. Security Council to take urgent action and demand that ...
Big news: The Square, a documentary film directed by Arab American filmmaker Jahane Noujaim about the Egyptian revolution, has been nominated for an Oscar! There is still time for you to join us tomorrow for a special screening of the film on its DC premiere. To celebrate the film and its director, we are hosting an Arab American community screening of the film, and we invite you to attend as our guest. We have bought out the entire theater so you can come join us, talk to Jehane and celebrate the film with fellow community members. The screening is free of charge, but there are very few seats left, so RSVP now ...
Mashrou Leila perform at Londons Barbican in 2017. Ali Matar produces Arab-themed musicals that start in their run in Londons West End before going on tour in the Middle East - most recently "Broken Wings," based on Khalil Gibrans eponymous 1912 poetic novel, which will be playing at the Beiteddine Festival in Lebanon this July following a run at Londons Theatre Royal Haymarket last year. He says the Arab Spring is "one of the big reasons artists from the Middle East feel the need to relay messages with their music, including through social media." He also credits it with creating an interest among non-Arab audiences in the capital.. One of the most visible and important expressions of contemporary Arab arts & culture in London is Shubbak Festival, the fifth edition of which is currently underway. Over two weeks, 150 events across film, theatre, literature, and visual arts take over the city.. "London is immensely well-connected with the Arab region. Arab artists and Arab culture have ...
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) has reported that Israeli soldiers shot, on Thursday evening, six young Palestinian men with rubber-coated steel bullets and concussion grenades, including one who suffered an eye injury.. The PRCS stated that its medics provided treatment to six Palestinians, including four who were rushed to hospitals in the occupied city.. It added that one of the wounded Palestinians was shot with a rubber-coated steel bullet in his eye, another with a similar bullet in his leg, and one in the shoulder, in addition to fourth Palestinian who suffered burns from the concussion grenades.. Two other Palestinians suffered cuts and bruises, and received the needed treatment by Red Crescent medics.. The soldiers also stopped and searched many young men, and interrogated them while inspecting their ID cards.. The incidents took place after the soldiers assaulted many Palestinians who were sitting in Bab al-Amoud area following evening prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and ...
Chabin uncritically quotes Daoud Kuttab who claims "Palestinians in East Jerusalem pay the same national and municipal taxes as Jews in West Jerusalem but receive a fraction of the services." A visit to these neighborhoods Kuttab says, "Show clearly a huge disparity." USA Today fails to ask Kuttab why differences exist. CAMERA previously has noted that disparities between Jewish and Arab neighborhoods in east Jerusalem or Israeli Jewish and nearby Israeli Arab towns are sometimes the result of higher rates of Arab tax avoidance or failure to pay for municipal services and/or even accepting services from the Jewish state. In eastern Jerusalem some such instances may reflect an intention not to accept the legitimacy of Israel or reluctance or refusal to have any involvement with municipal politics ("East Jerusalem: Setting the Record Straight," Nov. 21, 2013 ...
Citation: Punamäki, Raija-Leena. 1986. "Stress Among Palestinian Women under Military Occupation; Womens Appraisal of Stressors, Their Coping Modes, and Their Mental Health." International Journal of Psychology 21 (1-4): 445-62.. Author: Raija-Leena Punamäki. Abstract: Psychological responses and mental health of 174 Palestinian women living in the occupied West-Bank and the Gaza Strip were studied through a stress model. Thirty-five Palestinian women living in Israel proper who had not been exposed to military occupation were interviewed as a comparison group. The stress process studied consists of womens appraisal of threat and the importance of the stressors in their lives, the estimation of their own resources to cope with stress, actual coping modes, and mental health outcomes. Women living under military occupation tended to appraise their environment as highly threatening and their experiences as strain-producing. At the same time they believed they had sufficient assets, especially ...
Arab Leaders Facing Consequences of Their Own Follies. Should the global community pity or ridicule the Arab leaders for engineering their own pitfalls of self-destruction? Life and wisdom are narrated by compassion and positive moving stories of human peace and harmony. The cruel rivalries forging sectarian bloodbath at Aleppo, Damascus, Baghdad, Mosul, and Yemen make no sense. Had they believed in God, humanity and purpose of life with tangible accountability, the Earth could have been a better place for all to co-exist peacefully. Viewing the perpetuated moral, sectarian and economic and political disintegration overshadowing the Arab Middle East anarchy turned into insanity overwhelms the daily reports of massive deaths, and destructions. Post 9/11, the American leadership tried to reconstruct the Arab political landscape by multiple configuration of animosities and intrigues to make the Arab leaders fight against one another. The mindless Arab leaders followed the George Bush dictum to stir ...
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GENEVA (2 October 2018) - The killing and wounding of more Palestinian protesters at the Gaza fence by the Israeli security forces is an ongoing affront to human rights and human dignity, said a UN human rights expert.. "The deaths of seven more participants in the Gaza demonstrations, and the wounding of more than 200 others, this past Friday indicates that the Israeli security forces are not heeding the international criticism of their use of lethal fire against Palestinian demonstrators, who appear to pose no credible threat to Israeli security forces," said Michael Lynk, the UN Special Rapporteur for the situation of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territory. Two of the Palestinians killed on Friday were boys aged 11 and 14. One Gaza-based human rights group, Al Mezan Center for Human Rights, estimates that 163 of the injured demonstrators were shot with live fire.. Since the start of the Great March of Return on 30 March, more than 150 Palestinians have been killed during ...
68 percent of the Jewish population in Israel fears the possibility that Israeli Arabs will begin a popular rebellion, while 63 percent do not enter Arab communities in Israel, according to a new poll issued this week by Haifa University. Meanwhile, 64.4 percent of Israeli Jewish citizens fear that the Arab citizens endanger national security because of their high birth rate, while 83.1 percent fear Israeli Arabs support of the Palestinians struggle and 73 percent believe that most of the Arab citizens will be more loyal to the state of Palestine than to the state of Israel. Clearly the Israeli Fifth Column is hard at work trying to tear the country apart -- and Iran is more than happy to help. ...
Contact: In Atlanta, Deborah Hakes, [email protected] ATLANTA...On the occasion of Palestinian Prisoners Day, April 17, The Carter Center expresses concern for the treatment of 4,750 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, which contravenes international law and human rights norms. The prisoners, 106 of whom have been detained more than 20 years, include democratically elected members of the Palestinian legislature, such as Marwan Barghouti, Ahmad Saadat, and Ahmad At-Toun, as well as 235 children. The fate of hunger striking prisoners is of special concern. Samer Issawi has been on hunger strike for some 270 days, and his health has gravely deteriorated. Clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinian protesters have occurred over detainee issues. Should one of the strikers die, wider violence could erupt.. "The thousands of prisoners held by Israel are a persistent cause of resentment for the Palestinian people," said former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. "Israels treatment of Palestinian ...
El-Khorazaty, M. (2000). Family Planning in Arab Countries on the Eve of the Twenty-First Century: A Tree-Based (CART) and Logistic Regression Modeling. In League of Arab States, Maternal and Child Health in the Arab Region, Vol. 1: Reproductive Health (pp. 149 - 247). Population Research Unit, League of Arab States ...
In 2006, Israel continued its policy of arresting and imprisoning Palestinian children. Some 700 Palestinian children (under 18) were arrested by Israeli soldiers over the course of the year. Of these, around 25 children were held on administrative detention orders, imprisonment without charge or trial. The overwhelming majority of those arrested in 2006 were boys; there were eight girl child prisoners who served sentences at different points during the year. Of these, four had been arrested in 2006. At any given point during the year, there were between 340 and 420 Palestinian children held in Israeli prisons and detention centers in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
When any donor organ becomes available, the Israel Transplant computer checks all waiting recipients for suitability. So when Gamal Haja from Nazareth died from a stroke, his sister was amazed and consoled when she was notified that she would receive one of his kidneys. And the tragic death in a car crash of an East Jerusalem Arab boy was somewhat alleviated when his parents agreed to donate his organs, thus saving 3 people including an 8 year old Jewish girl and a 7 year old Arab boy. And just this month, Nabil Houranis lungs breathed new life into an Arab and a Jew following his death from a cerebral hemorrhage. Houranis brother said. My brother now lives on, in both Arabs and Jews, and this is very important to me ...
Palestinian rivals Fatah and Hamas began detailed negotiations behind closed doors in Cairo on Tuesday on ending their crippling decade-long split, a delegate said.. Analysts said the deal is more likely to stick than earlier ones, given Hamass growing isolation and realization of how hard Gaza, its economy hobbled by border blockades and infrastructure shattered by wars with Israel, was to govern and rebuild.. In a statement, an official source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reaffirmed the Kingdoms hope that this significant breakthrough would fulfill the aspirations of the Palestinian people for achieving national unity and ending the Palestinian internal division, in order to enable the Palestinian people to regain their legitimate rights in line with the worldwide resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative.. Signed in the presence of Egyptian General Intelligence Director Khaled Fawzy, the agreement includes deployment of 3,000 Palestinian Authority police officers in Gaza, to patrol ...
Imprisoning Palestinian Women - by Stephen Lendman A July 2008 Fact Sheet Series titled, "Behind the Bars: Palestinian Women in Israeli Prisons" was jointly prepared by the Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, the Palestinian Counseling Center (PCC), and Mandela Institute. Along with background information, it covered Israels obligations under international law, prison conditions where theyre held, medical neglect, and their educational rights restricted or denied. Relevant International Laws Protecting Prisoners and Civilians in Times of Conflict, Including Women The 1949 Third Geneva Convention applies to prisoners of war, replacing the 1929 Prisoners of War Convention. It broadened the categories of persons entitled to prisoner of war status and precisely defined the conditions and places of their captivity - especially with regard to allowed labor, financial resources, required treatment, and rules of judicial proceedings. It specifically prohibited acts of: -- "Violence ...
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To soothe his rabid critics Sharon spills Palestinian blood Hamas leaders, Yassin, Rantisi Are not sufficient carnage To smooth Zionist feathers Sticking together The blood of Palestinian Nationalism is soaked Into the flag a triangle Of suffering ...
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Two Palestinians were killed and at least one critically injured by Israeli forces late last night, as clashes continue to rock the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza. Early Thursday morning, two Palestinians were shot by Israeli forces after an alleged stabbing attack near a synagogue in Beit Shemesh. One was killed and the other left critically injured. A 25-year-old Israeli man was wounded and taken to hospital. According to the Israeli Police, the two men attempted to board a childrens bus but were warded off by civilians. Israeli police at the site shot both men leaving them severely wounded.. In another incident, Israeli forces shot and killed a Jewish man in central Jerusalem last night Wednesday, after mistaking him for a "Palestinian attacker.". According to Ynetnews, the Jewish man suspected that armed soldiers boarding a bus were terrorists, and asked them for identification.. The soldiers, thinking the Jewish man was a terrorist, claimed he attacked them and tried to grab one of ...
There are two ways of looking at the demographic dimension of Israels conflict with the Palestinians: as a dispute between two peoples with violently conflicting national narratives concerning their right to the land and the nature of their societies; and as a classic north-south encounter.. For Israeli Jews, following the collapse of the peace process and more than three years of violence, the first dimension centers around the perceived threat posed to Israel as a Jewish homeland by Palestinian population growth and migration. If Jews are not an overwhelming majority in Israel, the country will not remain a Jewish and a democratic state-perhaps the only definition of Israel that all Zionists can agree on. This is the key factor pushing right wing Israelis today to embrace some sort of formula for Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and Gaza. It is also a cause for concern with regard to the Palestinian Arab sector in Israel, some 18 percent of the population, which is expected to grow ...
Pregnant Arab women have an extraordinarily high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency - a potential health issue for them and their babies, according to a new Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center study.
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Gay Pride marches are being exploited by rabidly homophobic extremists who plan to parade through Arab towns, asserting their Jewish pride. Gay Pride parades in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are being invoked as the legal basis for ultra-right wing Jewish extremists to march through 15 Israeli Arab communities this weekend, waving Israeli flags and asserting their Jewish pride.
RAMALLAH, December 31, 2011 (WAFA) - The three Palestinian Arabic dailies Saturday highlighted the death of a Palestinian in an Israeli airstrike on the Gaza Strip on Friday.. Al-Hayat al-Jadidas front page reported on the death of Moumen Abu Daf, apparently a leader in the radical Army of Islam group, in an Israeli airstrike that targeted a group of Palestinians in Juhr al-Dik neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City. Another Palestinian was injured in the strike.. The headline also reported that a group of Jewish settlers attacked Palestinian and Israeli activists during a weekly demonstration against settlements in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah.. The front page featured a picture of a Palestinian resident in Jerusalem raising the Palestinian flag and in the background two settlers raising Israeli flags. Al-Quds, reporting on the same news, printed on its front page a picture of a Jewish settler unleashing his dog at the protesters.. Al-Quds reported that a photojournalist ...
Participants in a round table debate here recommended greater links between the Palestinian economy and Arab countries and steps to reduce the impact of the measures imposed by the occupation and the forced Palestinian dependence on the Israeli economy. They also said greater "policy space" for the Palestinian government is needed so that it can take steps to encourage growth that creates jobs and raises living standards in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt).. The discussion, titled "Sustaining the Palestinian economy under occupation: the role of Arab cooperation," took place just before the 21 April opening of the UNCTAD XIII quadrennial conference, which will continue through 26 April in Doha. The theme of the conference is "development-centred globalization." The round table was organized by UNCTADs Assistance to the Palestinian People Unit (APPU).. Speakers noted that economic growth in the occupied territory has been hindered by the imposed segmentation and separation of the various ...
The Arab-Israeli conflict over ownership of the former Mandate of Palestine has persisted for sixty years with no hint of a negotiated or imposed conclusion. In principle, there are four possible roads to resolution: attrition, ethnic cleansing, partition, and assimilation.. Attrition has been the central element of Israel strategy. One Country opens with a lucid account of how Palestine reached the present impasse between a powerful Jewish state and its disempowered, largely stateless, but indomitable Arab subjects in the Occupied Territories of East Jerusalem, The West Bank, and The Gaza Strip. By relegating Arab-Israelis to second-class citizenship, and making life miserable for Arabs in the Territories, the Israeli regime has sought to preserve a Jewish majority in Greater Israel (which also includes the Syrian Golan). Efforts to repress Palestinian autonomy and goad Arabs into emigration have included: destruction of homes and orchards; confiscation of land; steady expansion of Jewish ...
Haplogroup J2*(M172) was found in relatively high frequencies in the Iranian Arab and Bakhtiari groups, as well as in other groups from Iran. Haplogroup G* (M201) was found with similar frequency in Iranian Arabs as in the Iranian groups from Tehran and Isfahan, but in higher frequency in the Bakhtiari, as with the Mazandarani and Gilaki groups from Iran (Nasidze et al., 2004, 2006). To further investigate the relationships of these groups based on these two Y-SNP haplogroups, we typed nine Y-STR loci in individuals with these two Y-SNP haplogroups. Median networks of the Y-STR haplotypes are shown in Figure 5. For both Y-SNP haplogroups, the Bakhtiari are more similar to other Iranian groups than to the Iranian Arabs. Moreover, there is very little sharing of Y-STR haplotypes between Iranian Arabs and other groups from Iran, in contrast to the situation with mtDNA HV1 sequences. ...
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged the United States to gradually reduce its support for the UNs aid agency for the Palestinians by transferring that aid money to the UNs other refugee agency, UNHCR, which supports all other refugee groups. An Israeli security source told Channel 10 on Friday the funding cuts to UNRWA would make an already tense situation in Gaza "much worse". "Behind the scenes, the prime minister is now in contact with the Americans in order to prevent the massive cut [in USA funding for UNRWA] - to prevent it, you heard it right", the Times of Israel quoted an Israeli TV broadcaster saying.. Amman is concerned that potential unrest in the Palestinian territories could spill over into Jordan, which has a sizeable Palestinian population that originally flooded into the country in the aftermath of the 1948 and 1967 wars.. On Wednesday Trump threatened to cut $300 million in annual aid to the Palestinians in an attempt to force them to the negotiating table. "UNRWA was ...
This timeline of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict lists events from 1948 to the present. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict emerged from intercommunal violence in Mandatory Palestine between Palestinian Jews and Arabs, often described as the background to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The conflict in its modern phase evolved since the declaration of the State of Israel on May 14, 1948 and consequent intervention of Arab armies on behalf of the Palestinian Arabs. Israel gained independence on May 14, 1948, while Palestinian attempt to establish a state in the Gaza Strip in September 1948 under Egyptian protectorate failed, being de facto managed by Egyptian military and announced dissolved in 1959. Between 1949 and 1953, there were 99 complaints made by Israel about the infiltration of armed groups or individuals and 30 complaints of armed Jordanian units crossing into Israeli territory. Several hundred Israeli civilians were killed by infiltrators, and some were raped and mutilated. Israel ...
A Palestinian woman stabbed and wounded an Israeli man near an east Jerusalem flashpoint on Saturday, before she was arrested, police said.. Furthermore, India and Israel harbor suspicion and paranoia of worldwide organizations where both routinely come under attack from the Arab and Muslim countries: India for its handling of the Kashmir issue and Israel for its treatment of its Palestinian Arab citizens and its intransigence to establish a Palestinian State.. The terrorist and her husband will be brought to court this afternoon, where police will request that the couples remand be extended.. Security forces later raided the terrorists home and confiscated a computer and documents.. Israel Police released footage which shows a female terrorist stabbing a Hassidic Jews on hos way back from prayers earlier today in Jerusalem near Damascus Gate.. Police in Jerusalem remain on heightened alert. She quickly walked toward a haredi man, brandished a knife and tried to stab him several times. The ...
NAZARETH, (PIC)- The Israeli occupation issued since 1948 more than 60 racist laws against Palestinian citizens in the occupied territories of 1948 in all spheres of life, including education, state services, and civil and political rights.. The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, Adalah, confirmed in a statement that a part of these racist laws violate the Palestinian peoples rights in occupied territories and Palestinian refugees rights.. "Discrimination extends to all spheres of life, including land, education, allocation of budgets, prisoners and other civil and political rights", said the center in a press statement.. The center announced the launch of a database of Israeli racist laws to coincide with Netanyahu new government assuming its role, and on the eve of World Day to combat all forms of Racial Discrimination, which falls next Friday.. The discrimination laws database, the first of its kind, will be reviewing dozens of racist laws, with a summary of each in Arabic, ...
Last night, just before I went to sleep, I saw a Facebook group (with hundreds of supporters) pledging support for Ahmadinajad. It mostly set up and supported by Arabs, some of whom are on my Facebook list of friends. I was naturally annoyed. I mean, supporting Ahmadinajad on sunny days is objectionable but supporting him now is rather most disturbing if not disgusting. When they support Ahmadinajad now, are they not supporting the shooting at demonstrators? I worry that this issue is really going to create a rift between not only Arab left and Iranian left but between Iranians and Arabs generally. And let us remember that Ahmadinajads rhetoric on Palestine has been a gift to Zionist propaganda and MEMRI would live to just transcribe and translate his lousy speeches. But Ahmadinajads rhetoric--I hear from Iranians--has been also hurting the Palestinian cause among Iranians. This is a delicate matter: Iranians who oppose the regime expect a wholesale unconditional support for the movement in ...
Once Trump took office, right-wing politicians declared the freeze on construction in East Jerusalem over. And the plans require the eviction of several Palestinian families
As of 14 September 2015, 136 (70.5%) of the 193 member states of the United Nations and two non-member states have recognized the State of Palestine. Many of the countries that do not recognize the State of Palestine nevertheless recognize the PLO as the "representative of the Palestinian people". Just like any other country, the Palestine Embassy celebrates this occasion every year. It also marks the death of their iconic President Yasser Arafat.. Whodoeswhat.tv is far from a political platform and extremely reluctant to post anything politically motivated, but somehow just the mention of anything Palestinian and it opens a Pandoras box. For sure, we will see masses of support for this video and no doubt a few condemnations. The Palestinian issue can be a volatile subject, as H.E. Azzam Al Ahmed got right into during his speech. (It was in Arabic, rather ad-lib, lengthy and full of passion so no translation unfortunately).. Comment:. Trolls are abundant on the Internet, many intelligent with ...
The IDF arrested 17 additional Palestinian suspects overnight on Wednesday, including a senior Hamas operative near Bais Lechem. Overall the IDF has arrested more than 350 Palestinians in the search for three missing teens, Gilad Shaer, Eyal Yifrah and Naftali Frankel.. Despite the arrests, the IDF has said it will begin scaling down the operation in search of the missing teens as the operation switches to more intelligence gathering.. "A large part of the operation against Hamas has been exhausted," Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said.. "We are making progress all the time," Yaalon said. "We are not working in the dark. It is only a matter of time till we get to the hostages and the kidnappers, but we need patience.". Meanwhile, the Israeli High Court rejected the petitions of six Palestinian terrorists who were originally set free in the 2011 Gilad Shalit deal and rearrested during the recent crackdown. Overall 54 Palestinians, who were set free in the Shalit swap, have been rearrested ...
Israels chief negotiator with the Palestinians says it will not release the fourth batch of Palestinian prisoners because of the Palestinians push for recognition at the United Nations.
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FOR SEVEN YEARS ISRAELI AUTHORITIES HAVE DONE NOTHING to stop the EU building of illegal Arab settlements on Jewish land ~~~~~ While Israel has frozen construction across the Green Line, and razes the tiniest house addition or Jewish unauthorized outposts on the hills, Arabs keep building ILLEGAL SETLEMENTS with impunity, and with the funding and assistance of the European Union. Those settlements are in internationally-recognized Israeli land (Area C), thus the EU is not only violating Israeli sovereignty, but its own diplomatic rules of operation in foreign countries. - These illegal Arab settlements are meant to be FACTS ON THE GROUND for the eventual Muslim takeover of Jewish land - EUROPEANS DID NOT WANT JEWS IN EUROPE and murdered MILLIONS of them. Now they dont want Jews in their ancient homeland of ISRAEL either, call them "occupiers," and demand that the land be given to descendants of Muslims who invaded Israel in the 7th century. - The EU (inspired by the Nazi boycotts against Jews) ...
The term nakba first appeared among refugees to describe the catastrophe that befell them in the failed Arab war to destroy Israel. Told to flee their homes with rumors of Jewish slaughter even cannibalism, to make way for the victorious Arab armies that would defeat this terrible enemy, not only did they get imprisoned in refugee camps, but their neighbors who stayed, not only didnt get slaughtered, but got treated far better by their Israeli "enemies" than those who fled got treated by their Arab "hosts". Indeed, one phrase for referring to this catastrophically shameful event was: lammā sharnā wa-tlanā ("when we blackened our faces and left").. So one of the original meanings of Nakba was a reproach from "refugees," the greatest victims of the Arab elites irresponsible war, against Arab leaders for their terrible treatment of their own people (lying to them to get them to run, impoverishing them, and imprisoning them in camps to await the day of vengeance). There was even an element of ...
I hope nobody is under the impression that Obama has suddenly become a champion for Israeli rights. Obama is a very effective rhetorical speaker, it was this gift of gab that put him in the White House. But, its important to look at his record of his actual actions thats what really matters and on that score, he falls short. In fact, it was his approach towards Israel that caused me to vote for Romney in the recent elections. I noticed in his speech he mentioned the "peace process," and Israel becoming increasingly more isolated. Lets remember, that the group he is referring to is the Europeans and they have never been a promoter for Israels rights also, there has been a sharp increase in anti Semitism over there. There should be only one litmus test that effect Israels decision making and thats what is best for the country, not outsiders who are on the other teams side. The fact remains, not only the Palestinians but for the Arab world overall, they know what needs to be done on their ...
The protest comes after measures taken by security officials in recent weeks that led Arab advocacy groups to contact human rights groups abroad and diplomats in Israel.
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On 07 December 2015, Israeli gunboats stationed off al-Soudaniyah area as well opened fire at Palestinian fishing boats. An Israeli gunboat surrounded a fishing a boat manned by Zayed Taroush (19) and Mahmoud Omer (33) and then abducted the fishermen. They were taken to an unknown destination, and Israeli forces confiscated the fishing boat. On the same day, in a separate incident, four fishermen were abducted and their boat was confiscated. On next day dawn, they were released, and the boat was kept in custody in Ashdod Seaport. Israeli gunboats continued to target Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip sea, but no casualties were reported. 6 fishermen were abducted and their 2 fishing boats were confiscated.. Israeli settlement activities:. Israeli Settlement activities continued in the West Bank. 27 dunums planted with olive trees and a greenhouse in Kafa area, south of Tulkarm, were demolished.. On 03 December 2015, Israeli forces confiscated a bundle of wood and bricks used for ...
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Indeed, Palestinians wished to legislate the end of their contract, he said, noting that the contract had been reflected in Prime Minister Salam Fayyads plan to build institutions within two years, end the Israeli occupation and achieve independence. It had been enthusiastically received, endorsed and financed by the international community, he said, pointing out that the Palestinians had convinced more than 120 countries, two thirds of the United Nations membership, to invest in peace by recognizing the State of Palestine. "We are as ready and deserving as our brothers of South Sudan," he continued, noting that the latter had marched to United Nations membership in five days. The Palestinians, who had lived miserably under occupation for more than 60 years, deserved the same independence. "That is what we believe is right," he stressed, adding: "The time is now.". ...
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Restricting movement is one of the main tools that Israel employs to enforce its regime of occupation over the Palestinian population in the Occupied Territories. Israel restricts the movement of Palestinians within the Occupied Territories, between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, into Israel, and abroad. Only Palestinians are restricted in this manner, while settlers and other civilians - Israeli and foreign - are free to travel.
By Joharah Baker. For Israeli Jews, this week was all about celebrations, barbecues and oversized blue and white flags fluttering in the spring breeze as their country celebrated the 59th anniversary of its independence. For Palestinians, this was one more year enduring an open wound, one more year to remember the catastrophe that befell the Palestinian people almost 60 years ago and the enormity of the problem it created. To Palestinians, Israels Independence Day is called Al Nakba, the "Catastrophe", which represents the displacement of some 800,000 Palestinians from their homes during the 1948 War, who were never to return and would soon comprise one of the Palestinian leaderships most pressing and most complicated predicaments - the refugee problem. According to the United Nations Works and Relief Agency, UNRWA, there are more than 4.3 million registered Palestinian refugees throughout the world, many of them still living in the squalid and sprawling refugee camps originally set up for ...
Sabbarin was a Palestinian Arab village located 28 kilometers south of Haifa. It was depopulated during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war. In 1859 Sabbarin had about 600 inhabitants, who cultivated 55 faddans (1 faddan =100-250 dunums) of land. The French explorer Victor Guérin visited the village in 1870, and noted that the villagers cultivated sesame. A well, called Bir Sabbarin, appeared well built. The village had an estimated 1000 inhabitants, with homes constructed of stones or adobe. In the 1882, the Palestine Exploration Funds Survey of Western Palestine described Sabbarin as a "large" village, situated on a slope. The well was said to be the head of the Caesarea aqueduct. The oval well was 15 feet diameter and 15 feet deep. A population list from about 1887 showed that Subbarin had about 1,160 inhabitants; all Muslims. In the 1922 census of Palestine, conducted by the British Mandate authorities, Sabbarin had a population of 845; 833 Muslims and 12 Christian, where the Christians were all ...
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Fourth, in every category, the Zionists had overwhelming superiority. Since much of the information in this section was sternly denied for years I have checked what I have collected against the two major and more recent Israeli accounts, both of which were derived from Israeli military and political archives.. For years honest discussion of the Palestinian refugee issue was virtually impossible in print - being almost certain either or both to get the historian labeled as an anti-Semite or to cause his books to be effectively banned in book stores. (Both happened to me.). It came as a "bomb shell" in 1987 when the Israeli journalist, Benny Morris, published The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem, 1947-1949. He had been given access to the Israeli archives - the first time ever - and used them to document, at least partially, the Israeli expulsion of the Palestinians.. In 2004, in a second edition of his book, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited, he took a less neutral ...
Israel has resorted to three main strategies to suppress Palestinian calls for justice and human rights, including refugees right of return: Rewriting history, distracting from present realities and claiming the Palestinian narrative as an Israeli one.
The Niikawa-Kuroki "Kabuki Make-Up" syndrome is a rare sporadic malformation syndrome, characterised by severe psychomotor and growth retardation, peculiar facies, including long palpabral fissures and large malformed ears and skeletal abnormalities. We report a 2-year-old Moslem Arab boy with 28 of the 32 originally described features of this syndrome and in addition with hyperelastic joints, hypospadias and scaphocephaly which were not previously described in association with the Kabuki make-up syndrome. This is the fifth reported case of this syndrome in a non-Japanese patient, and the second reported case in a patient of Arab descent. ...
The Palestinian population in the West Bank and Gaza is one of the fastest growing in the world and its demand for water is increasing. Access and distribution of water in these territories has been an issue within the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since 1967. In 1995, the Oslo II Accord adopted a quantitative approach to the water issue, detailing the quantities to be allocated to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza, but did not sufficiently take into account the natural, political and socio-economic developments that have affected water supply and demand in the region since. Economic disparities, lack of substantial and sufficient infrastructure and of effective water resources management, compounded by pollution and climate change have led to disproportionate allocation of water and to substantial depletion and contamination of water resources. Water consumption by Israelis and Palestinians reflects stark inequalities. Due to the allocations of trans-boundary water resources agreed upon
We at Tikkun welcome the freeing of Gilad Shalit and Palestinian prisoners. This is certainly a time for celebration-perfect for the current Jewish holiday of Sukkot, zman simchateynu-the time for our great joy (the harvest festival). We salute Israel and Hamas for making the compromises necessary to allow this exchange to take place!! And we salute Benjamin Netanyahu for finally taking a step he could have taken years ago, but still, he has taken it now, and gets our thanks. We join with Bradley Burston (see below) in celebrating the people of Israel who made this exchange possible.. There are thousands more still in prison in Israel. Few have received trial by a jury of their peers. Many have been imprisoned for resisting the occupation army, NOT for acts of terrorism against civilians. They too deserve freedom. The Western media has told us endlessly about the details of the Shalit family, while we know little about the thousands of Palestinians still being held in Israeli jails, or about ...
This paper establishes preliminary benchmarks by comparing average values of social relations and health among Arab Americans, blacks, and whites. Specifically, we expand traditional racial/ethnic categories to distinguish Arab Americans, historically and legally considered white. Data come from a unique random-digit-dial (RDD) sample of Arab Americans (N = 96), blacks (N = 102), and whites (N = 100) from metro-Detroit collected in 2011, ranging in age from 19 to 89. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was conducted to compare health, network structure, composition, and support quality ...
The lives of these Palestinians, living under the Israeli militarys full control, are utterly insecure," Whitson said. "Within weeks they went from being residents of a generations-old community, to watching their homes bulldozed, with no real opportunity to challenge the destruction.". Closed military zones The office of the Israeli military advocate general did not respond to Human Rights Watchs request for clarification about why Al Farisiye was demolished. After Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967, it did not grant residents of Al Farisiye permits or otherwise recognize their property rights and declared the area a "closed military zone," which civilians would not be able to enter, live in or leave without permission.. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported that the Israeli army had set up a warning sign at the entrance to Al Farisiye a year ago, and quoted a CAA statement that the authorities had declared the area a "live fire zone." The CAA has previously evicted Palestinians from such ...
A Palestinian was in moderate condition after being shot by an Israeli border policeman he stabbed in the southern West Bank city of Hebron on Monday evening, a police spokesman told AFP.. Go to Source. ...
The Palestinian statistics bureau estimates that Arabs will outnumber Jews in the Holy Land by the end of the decade, a scenario that could have grave implications for both Israel and the Palestinians.
Hundreds of Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli security forces at a West Bank demonstration to show solidarity with Palestinian prisoners held by Israel.
Arabs in Jerusalem are twice as likely to die from coronary heart disease than their Jewish neighbours, new research shows. It also found in a comparison with 20 other countries that Jerusalem Arabs have the highest likelihood of coronary events.. The study found that Arab men in Jerusalem had a 58% greater chance of contracting heart disease than Jewish men in the city and were almost three times more likely to die from the disease (rate ratio 2.79) (International Journal of Epidemiology 2006;35:448-57).. Arab women in Jerusalem were twice as likely to have coronary heart disease (rate ratio 2.37) as Jewish women and two and half times likely to die from the condition (rate ratio 2.66), report the researchers, from Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem.. The study, which was funded by the Israel Ministry of Health, used a World Health Organization protocol to standardise the data and compare … ...
Translation of the above words from the holy Koran, may come as a surprise to you : "And the Aarab are the worst in Kufr [ faithlessness ] and hypocrisy". The Aarab are the nomadic Arabs. This is the judgment of the Koran of the Muslims itself concerning the Bedouin nomadic mentality. Let us use the name Al-Qaeda to symbolize this murderous frame of mind which is plaguing the world right now. It is the living embodiment of the worst of all that is evil in the Arab Bedouin genetic subconscious. As I survey the reaction in the Arab media and those of some of my non-Iraqi Arab acquaintances, and alas, some of their Sunni Iraqi kin, to the latest outrage in London and also to the murder of the Egyptian ambassador in Baghdad, I am strongly reminded of these particular words in the holy Koran. Just now as I was driving to work, I was listening to an interview on BBC Arabic with an Egyptian expert. And who do you think the Arab staff of the BBC selects to talk to regarding the murder of the Egyptian ...
Translation of the above words from the holy Koran, may come as a surprise to you : "And the Aarab are the worst in Kufr [ faithlessness ] and hypocrisy". The Aarab are the nomadic Arabs. This is the judgment of the Koran of the Muslims itself concerning the Bedouin nomadic mentality. Let us use the name Al-Qaeda to symbolize this murderous frame of mind which is plaguing the world right now. It is the living embodiment of the worst of all that is evil in the Arab Bedouin genetic subconscious. As I survey the reaction in the Arab media and those of some of my non-Iraqi Arab acquaintances, and alas, some of their Sunni Iraqi kin, to the latest outrage in London and also to the murder of the Egyptian ambassador in Baghdad, I am strongly reminded of these particular words in the holy Koran. Just now as I was driving to work, I was listening to an interview on BBC Arabic with an Egyptian expert. And who do you think the Arab staff of the BBC selects to talk to regarding the murder of the Egyptian ...
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon took to the road Tuesday to defend his controversial proposal to uproot nearly all Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip, and he was reported to be considering a plan to redraw Israels border to exclude tens of thousands of its Arab citizens, turning them over to a Palestinian state in a future peace accord. The senior official, speaking to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity, singled out an area called the triangle, a territory in the northern part of the country that includes Um el-Fahm, a town of 30,000 and power base of the radical arm of the Islamic Movement. A public opinion survey published Tuesday, one day after news of the proposal became public, indicated that most Israelis are prepared to relinquish the seaside enclave, where an estimated 7,500 Jewish settlers live among more than 1.2 million Palestinians. The militant groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad, for their part, gloated over what they called evidence of Israeli capitulation -- striking a raw
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 18, 2014 -- Accessible healthcare services tend to be limited in the Arab nations. The idea of preventive care was once an
Zionist-dominated mainstream media vividly portrays Israel as a tiny embattled nation seeking peace in a sea of Arab hostility. 1 Arabs, we are told, commit acts of terror while Israel only resorts to violence out of self-protection. The facts of history paint a very different picture. Far from deploring terror, Israel has sanctioned terror to seize and expand its territory since its beginnings. In 1944, Zionist leaders in Israel faced two alternatives. They could continue to allow the British and Arabs to occupy Palestine , who would continue to pressure Israel to concede a Palestinian state. Or they could drive both British and Arabs out. Israelis chose the latter. Members of the Zionist ruling elite and their clandestine terrorist enforcers--the Jewish Agency, Hagana, Irgun and the Stern Gang--began to exert every possible terrorist means to dominate Palestine . Their strategy was simple: the more respectable Zionist establishment would take the high road and officially disavow terrorism. ...
Camp David II offered the Palestinians another chance of independence. After arduous negotiations mediated by President Bill Clinton, the Palestinian delegation headed by Yasser Arafat was offered to create a Palestinian state which with minor territorial adjustments would reflect the 1967 borders and a capital in the Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem. The Old City and the Holy Sites were to be co-administered by the Palestinian and Israeli states. But Arafat rejected the proposal and, soon after, the Palestinians started the bloody Second Intifada. In their memoirs, the Americans present at Camp David - Clinton, his Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and the CIA director George Tenet, expressed dismay at the erratic behavior of Arafat and lamented the missed opportunity. Ironically, Benny Morris, a leading New Historian and critic of Zionism, was profoundly shaken by these developments. In a series of searing articles in the New York Times and other premier media, Morris denounced the ...
Dashcam footage has captured two Israeli soldiers shooting a Palestinian attacker as she was trying to stab them at a bus stop in the West Bank.
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A few hundreds Israelis and Palestinians participated in this event for the first time in this occupied east Jerusalem - Al Kuds neighborhood. The chief slogan was: lift the siege from Issawiyah (a Palestinian neighborhood in the Occupied East Jerusalem, adjacent to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem). For almost a month the village is under the siege; this week two housing structures there were demolished; and most of the drivers were robbed by the Israeli police, when their cars were searched for alleged defects, then almost all the car owners of Issawiyah were fined. My friend received a fine of $333, as one of the mirrors was not firmly fixed. This is a policy of collective punishment of the residents for nonacceptance of the Israeli domination. Apparently, the numbers of cooperating Israelis and Palestinians that we witnessed today could make a decisive breach in the Apartheid policy of the Israeli regime. Yet, as soon as the Jewish demonstrators left the area, the Israeli Occupation Forces ...
JERUSALEM - Flanking a chair left empty by the emergency medical evacuation of Yasser Arafat, Palestinian officials convened a leadership meeting Saturday in an attempt to allay fears of a power vacuum caused by their presidents absence. It was the first time in 35 years that Arafat had not presided over a meeting of the executive committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, which serves as the senior decision-making body for Palestinians.
Swedens new left-leaning government on Thursday recognized a Palestinian state - a move that comes during increased tensions between Arabs and Jews over Israels plans to build about 1,000 housing units in east Jerusalem.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has told Arab and Islamic leaders that the United States is no longer fit to broker an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal and should be replaced as mediator by the United Nations.
Hello, Please understand, im not trying to start a heated debate, but im having trouble comprehending the US position on refusing recognition of the Palestinian state at the United Nations. To be more precise, my country of France has long-supported making the Palestinian State a member of the United Nations. Currently, this is prevented by threats from the United States to veto the proposal. Thus, Palestine can only attempt at acquiring an Observers Seat, for which many European
Hello, Please understand, im not trying to start a heated debate, but im having trouble comprehending the US position on refusing recognition of the Palestinian state at the United Nations. To be more precise, my country of France has long-supported making the Palestinian State a member of the United Nations. Currently, this is prevented by threats from the United States to veto the proposal. Thus, Palestine can only attempt at acquiring an Observers Seat, for which many European
There is a strong case for a claim that the Fatah-led Palestinian national movement, as we have known it from the late 1960s onward, is fading from the scene. While in practical terms the Palestinian national movement is an increasing irrelevance, the symbolic cause of Palestine nevertheless reta...
According to the report, the governments refusal to adopt affordable housing laws combined with the continued destruction of public housing in Israeli Arab communities indicates that the state of housing in Israel and the West Bank has deteriorated in the past year. To exacerbate matters, new municipal laws put into place in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem have infringed on citizens right to protest and have made the publics ability to combat social injustice harder, ACRI alleged ...
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Allyn Fisher-Ilan GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli air strikes launched before dawn on Tuesday killed two Palestinians and destroyed much of one of Gazas tallest apartment and office buildings, setting off huge explosions and wounding 20 people, Palestinian health officials said
By Yeela Raanan, Regional Council for the Unrecognized Villages in the Negev , 5 June 2007. Yesterday, June 4th 2007, the Internal Affairs Committee agreed: The first municipal elections in the Regional Council of Abu-Basma for the Bedouin villages is postponed a year - because of insufficient effort by the government officials.. The Regional Council of Abu-Basma was established by the Government of Israel four years ago as the municipality for the newly-recognized Bedouin Villages. Over the four years twelve villages have received recognition and are supposed to receive their services from their newly established regional council - "Abu Basma".. However, the policies towards the villages and their residents have been only of oppression and deprivation: the government is still insisting on non-recognition of Bedouin traditional ownership of land and is confiscating from one only to turn around and sell to another. Of course the Bedouins refuse to buy their neighbors land from the government. ...
The move, disclosed by Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, who is in coalition with the Greens, defies logic. It has the same dizzy irrationality that was evident at the recent NSW ALP conference. Delegates backed Labor recognition of a Palestinian state even though no such state, with the essential prerequisite of defined and agreed borders, exists. It cannot do so unless negotiations are successfully concluded with Israel. While Gazas boundaries are demarcated, just what would constitute Palestine in the West Bank and East Jerusalem is uncertain and can be defined only on the basis of negotiations with Israel ...
A summit meeting of Arab leaders ended here Wednesday with a condemnation of Iranian aggression in the Persian Gulf and a green light for Arab states to restore diplomatic relations with Egypt.The
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JERUSALEM, Nov. 7 (JTA) - Israel´s Knesset has voted to lift the parliamentary immunity of an Israeli Arab legislator. The vote is likely to exacerbate already strained relations between the country´s Jewish and Arab communities. Wednesday´s vote - after a Knesset committee recommended the step on Monday - came after the attorney general, Elyakim Rubinstein, filed two separate indictments against Azmi Beshara. The first was over a call Beshara issued during a speech in Syria earlier this year for the Arab world to unite against the "warmongering" government of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. The speech was made in front of sworn enemies of the Jewish state such as Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah. The second indictment was for visits Beshara arranged of Israeli Arabs to Syria without the approval of Israeli authorities. After Wednesday´s vote, Beshara said he had fallen victim to "extremist nationalist movements" in the Knesset. Beshara denied the incitement charge, saying he had never ...
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Humanitarian assistance is still relevant in eastern Ukraine. The United Nations reports that 3.1 million people are in need of emergency aid, particularly health services, food, clean water, sanitation and shelter. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania will allocate humanitarian aid to the International Committee of the Red Cross. Lithuania has already allocated EUR 1.1 million in humanitarian help to Ukraine since the beginning of the conflict, out of which EUR 256,6 thousand were provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania.. Bearing in mind the exceptional role of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) in providing assistance to more than 5 million Palestine refugees, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania allocated EUR 20,000 to the organization. UNRWA provides assistance and support to Palestine refugees, who live in 58 recognized Palestine refugee camps in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Gaza and the West Bank, including ...
Business in the Gulf is booming. Tourism, financial services and construction are growing strongly, spurred by ambitious development plans and financed by high oil prices and increased production. Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates are all carrying out reforms to encourage private sector growth and diversify their economies. But there are challenges too. For Bahrain and Oman, reserves of oil are fast diminishing and growth beyond oil is necessary. For all the Gulf states, there is an urgent need to create quality employment opportunities for their rapidly growing populations. This report looks at these issues and the business opportunities strong growth and diversification plans are creating. Australias trade with the region has grown rapidly and as the report shows, Australian companies are well placed to access new opportunities. ...
Andrea Levin writes in The Wall Street Journal Europe about how the charges, published in Swedens Aftonbladet, that Israelis plunder and traffic the organs of Palestinians for the illegal transplant market not only hurt the Middle East peace process, but that Donald Bostroms article and the defense of it by Aftonbladet editors Jan Helin and Asa Linderborg has also spread the idea throughout the Muslim and Arab world, to Syria, Iran, Qatar, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and others.
The Arab Barometer is a multicountry social survey designed to assess citizen attitudes about public affairs, governance, and social policy in the Arab World, and to identify factors that shape these attitudes and values. In this first round of the Arab Barometer, respondents in the countries of Jordan, Algeria, Lebanon, Morocco, Yemen, Bahrain and Palestine were queried regarding (1) economic questions, (2) evaluation of political institutions, political participation, and political attitudes, (3) identity and nationalism, (4) politics and religion, (5) religiosity, and (6) the Arab world and international affairs. In regards to economic questions, respondents were asked to give their opinion on the current overall and future economic condition of their countries, and the current economic situation of their families. On the topic of evaluation of political institutions, political participation, and political attitudes, respondents gave their opinions on how much trust they had in political ...
|p|The State of Israel is seated on a portion of land in the Middle East, known from 1920 to 1948 as Palestine, that is also a holy land for a number of religions, among them Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Druze and Baha’i Faith. A representative democracy with a parliamentary system of government, modern Israel is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, the Gulf of Aqaba, and the West Bank and Gaza Strip, both |a title=More news and information about The Palestinian Authority href=http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/organizations/p/palestinian_authority/index.html|Palestinian|/a| territories.|/p| |p|Since its founding, the population of Israel has grown more than 10-fold as its economy has transitioned from a primarily socialist one to a free market economy based on capitalism, with some of its original social welfare system still intact.  |/p| |p|Enmity from its neighbors has impacted Israel from the time of its independence in 1948. Israeli jurisdiction
Urged on by their Russian allies the military forces of 9 Arab nations supported by 4 non-Arab nations attacked Israel on Yom Kippur, 6 October 1973. Israels enemies had at their disposal a military force that, on paper, rivaled that of the NATO alliance in Europe. For example, one the first day of the war in the Golan just 180 Israeli tanks held off 1,400 Syrian tanks, a force more than 7 times as powerful as Israels defenders, and in the Sinai just 436 Israeli soldiers were overwhelmed by 80,000 Egyptian soldiers, or more than 183 Egyptian soldiers for each Israeli soldier to defend against. Israel was in renewed war with its Arab neighbors as well as substantial military forces from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, and Lebanon. There were even 4 thousand Cuban troops deployed to Syria in the fight against Israel as well as North Korean pilots. All of these forces were supplied and re-supplied via air and sea by the Soviet Union. Yet Israel recovered, and ...

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  • The majority of Marsh Arabs are Twelver Shiʿi Muslims, though in the marshes small communities of Mandaic -speaking Mandaeans (often working as boat builders and craftsmen) live alongside them. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Arab rulers brought intellectual Jews , Christians , Greeks, Persians, and Indians to Baghdad and other centers of learning during the ʿ Abb ā sid dynasty. (encyclopedia.com)
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  • Even though camel-herding pastoral nomads were only a minority during Mohammed's lifetime, it seems clear that Arabs were an important social and political force. (encyclopedia.com)
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