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Pada pertengahan bulan Januari 4 tahun lalu, salah seorang elit politik Israel, menemui ajalnya. Namanya selalu diperbincangkan publik dalam beberapa dekade. Bahkan hingga kini. Tentang tangannya yang "berdarah". Ia bernama Ariel Sharon. Delapan tahun koma. Setelah itu, ia pun "pergi".
Hij dekt niets toe, noch het drama van Sabra en Shatila, noch de slachtpartij van Qibya, toen onder leiding van Sharon een heel dorp koudweg werd uitgemoord als wraak voor de dood van een Joods echtpaar. De schrijver schotelt ons verder vreemde gesprekken tussen de Generaal en Ben-Gurion voor.

The massacre of Arab residents of Deir Yasin, Qibya and Kafr al-Qasim that followed were only the preludes to Israel's genocide of Palestinians at Sabra and Chatilla, Tyre and Sidon, Nablus, Jenin and of ongoing atrocities in Gaza, West Bank and Southern Lebanon. [43]. Soon after the unilateral ...
It runs its programmes in four villages with high rates of youth unemployment: Qibya, Shiqba, Ni'lin and Der Qiddis, all located in the Zone C, the area of the West Bank most heavily interlaced with settlement blocs and, as such, where many families have lost land and businesses. According to the ...
Sebutan "Sang Jagal" bukan isapan jempol semata, Ariel Sharon juga menjadi arsitek salah satu pembantaian terbesar yang dilakukan tentara penjajah Israel (Israeli Defense Forces -IDF) 'Unit 101'di Qibya, Tepi Barat pada 1982, membunuh 66 warga sipil tak bersenjata. Pasukan IDF 'Unit 101' yang ...
In 1953, Israel committed the most notorious reprisal massacre in the West Bank against the village of Qibya, where 45 houses were blown up and at least 69 Palestinians were killed. A few years later, the Suez Crisis took place in 1956. Israel, along with France and Britain, invaded Eygpt with the hope of ...

The wishful belief that if Lee Harvey Oswald had been anywhere but Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, John F. Kennedy would have withdrawn the modest contingent of U.S. troops from Vietnam and created a Golden Age of peace and prosperity has a parallel in Israeli politics. After a flamboyant career as a ...
The decision to base a character on such a specific historical personality is a challenging one, particularly for those who remember Sharon as "[a] murderer, … a butcher," the architect of massacres in Qibya and Beirut. Englander, however, sidesteps history -- or blurs its boundaries -- by never referring to ...
He said the pledge the then British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour gave Lord Rothschild, a Zionist leader in the form of a declaration that led to the many atrocities including ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians from their villages and massacres such as Deir Yassin, Qibya, Lod and Kafr Qassim.
In October 1953, a unit of the Israeli military under the command of war criminal and future prime minister Ariel Sharon carried out one such assault on the small border village of Qibya, wiping out the entire population of 69 people, mostly women, children and elderly men, many of whom were burned alive ...
Sharon was notorious for the 1953 Qibya massacre (1953) and the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camp killings (1982). His idea was to garner the Rightist votes and snatch Likud leadership from Netanyahu in the March 2001 elections. It was pure electoral politics of deliberately spurring violence. The Second ...
On that night in 1953, 600 Israeli soldiers -- half of an infantry battalion -- raided the Palestinian village Qibya, located just over a kilometer from Israel's border with the West Bank, then under Jordanian control. The soldiers opened fire, threw grenades, laid explosives, and blew up 45 homes. Sixty-nine ...
We could cite many examples, from the killing of more than 50 inhabitants of the Palestinian village of Qibya in October 1953 to the two major Israeli assaults on Gaza since my Bar Mitzvah, in 2008 and 2014. But the example that I want to highlight here is Israel's policy of punitive home demolitions, ...
He was responsible for the 1953 mass murder in the West Bank village of Qibya, and for the mass executions of dozens of armed Palestinians who were seized in the Gaza Strip after the Six-Day war. But he also told me that during the events of Black September - the civil war in Jordan in 1970-71, ...
He was responsible for the 1953 mass murder in the West Bank village of Qibya, and for the mass executions of dozens of armed Palestinians who were seized in the Gaza Strip after the Six-Day war. But he also told me that during the events of Black September - the civil war in Jordan in 1970-71, ...
Perhaps the earliest instance in this trend was the events of Qibya in 1953. Qibya is a Palestinian village in the West Bank, located close to the Green Line. In an Israeli attack on the village, led on the ground by Sharon, scores of homes were destroyed while civilians were still inside. The outcome was a ...
He is tormented by memories of the massacre he carried out in the Arab town Qibya and his son's accidental gunshot death. The General ...

He is tormented by memories of the massacre he carried out in the Arab town Qibya and his son's accidental gunshot death. The General ...
... atrocities including ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians from their villages and massacres such as Deir Yassin, Qibya, Lod and Kafr Qassim.
"After the Israeli attack on the Jordanian village of Qibya in October, 1953, Ben Gurion went into voluntary exile at the Sedeh Boker kibbutz in ...
The Qibya massacre elicited world condemnation, but not the new war with Jordan that Israeli leaders were seeking as a pretext to seize the ...
Sharon was notorious for the 1953 Qibya massacre (1953) and the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camp killings (1982). His idea was to garner the Rightist votes and snatch Likud leadership from Netanyahu in the March 2001 elections. It was pure electoral politics of deliberately spurring violence. The Second ...
Sharon was notorious for the 1953 Qibya massacre (1953) and the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camp killings (1982). His idea was to garner the ...
... of civilians in Sabra and Shatila and was forced to resign from his position as minister of defense (on top of his role in the Qibya massacre).
Inhabitants of Qibya coming back in their village after its attack by israeli ... up this education as they were expressed in the Qibya massacre.
We could cite many examples, from the killing of more than 50 inhabitants of the Palestinian village of Qibya in October 1953 to the two major ...
He was responsible for the 1953 mass murder in the West Bank village of Qibya, and for the mass executions of dozens of armed Palestinians ...
Eban, a diplomat's diplomat, was appalled by Israel's raids in retaliation for Palestinian attacks, like the one in 1953 when a unit commanded by the young Ariel Sharon massacred 69 villagers at Qibya in the Jordanian-ruled West Bank. International condemnation duly followed what Eban (privately) called ...
The Qibya raid drew worldwide condemnation, and Jordan, much militarily weaker than Israel, did not respond as the Israeli leaders had hoped ...
Perhaps the earliest instance in this trend was the events of Qibya in 1953. Qibya is a Palestinian village in the West Bank, located close to the ...
... challenging one, particularly for those who remember Sharon as "[a] murderer, … a butcher," the architect of massacres in Qibya and Beirut.
On May 3rd, 2017, we, the students in Grade 7, Qibya school, visited the UNRWA clinic in Ein El Hilweh camp. We listened to a lecture from the ...
... del 1953 il signor Sharon decise di distruggere il villaggio di Qibya, 45 abitazioni, una scuola e una moschea con dentro i loro abitanti?
Gli uomini di Sharon solevano oltrepassare i limiti della giustizia, come accadde durante un'operazione nel villaggio di Qibya in Samaria.
The Qibya massacre elicited world condemnation, but not the new war with Jordan that Israeli leaders were seeking as a pretext to seize the ...
"After the Israeli attack on the Jordanian village of Qibya in October, 1953, Ben Gurion went into voluntary exile at the Sedeh Boker kibbutz in ...
... by Israeli military forces, such as the massacre in the West Bank village of Qibya in 1953, led by Unit 101 under the command of Ariel Sharon.
A year after he came to power, in October 1953, Israeli troops led by Ariel Sharon overran the village of Qibya in the West Bank. Israel claimed ...
... UNRWA schools -- Faloujah, Hitten, Marj Ben Amer and Qibya schools -- putting at considerable risk the lives of students receiving education ...
... of civilians in Sabra and Shatila and was forced to resign from his position as minister of defense (on top of his role in the Qibya massacre).
Inhabitants of Qibya coming back in their village after its attack by israeli forces ... Sixty-nine residents of Qibya, the majority of them women and ...
We could cite many examples, from the killing of more than 50 inhabitants of the Palestinian village of Qibya in October 1953 to the two major ...
... like the one in 1953 when a unit commanded by the young Ariel Sharon massacred 69 villagers at Qibya in the Jordanian-ruled West Bank.
The Qibya raid drew worldwide condemnation, and Jordan, much militarily weaker than Israel, did not respond as the Israeli leaders had hoped ...
On Oct. 14, 1953, Unit 101, led by Sharon, attacked Qibya, a small, undefended village inside the West Bank, and massacred 69 people, many ...
Perhaps the earliest instance in this trend was the events of Qibya in 1953. Qibya is a Palestinian village in the West Bank located close to the ...
... atrocities including ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians from their villages and massacres such as Deir Yassin, Qibya, Lod and Kafr Qassim.
He also includes the shameful blaming of holocaust survivors by Israeli and Zionist officials for acts of collective punishment carried out in secret by Israeli military forces, such as the massacre in the West Bank village of Qibya in 1953, led by ...
A year after he came to power, in October 1953, Israeli troops led by Ariel Sharon overran the village of Qibya in the West Bank.
October 14-15, 1953 -- Under the command of Ariel Sharon, Israeli squads attacked the unarmed Arab village of Qibya in the demilitarized one.


 

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