Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Januari 19, 2009

Gaza Selepas Genjatan Senjata Sementara

Palestinians pray near houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory.  REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

Palestinians pray near houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian rides a motorcycle past houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war.  REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian rides a motorcycle past houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian boy stands next to his family's house, destroyed during Israel's offensive, in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian boy stands next to his family's house, destroyed during Israel's offensive, in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian carries a sack of flour received from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) headquarters in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war.  REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)

A Palestinian carries a sack of flour received from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) headquarters in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Israeli forces were pulling out of the Gaza Strip on Monday following a tentative truce with Hamas that allowed Palestinians to take stock of the devastating three-week war. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)

A Palestinian man passes a house destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian man passes a house destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian boy sits near houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory.  REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian boy sits near houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian woman looks at the ruins of her destroyed house on the outskirts of Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas militants, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)

A Palestinian woman looks at the ruins of her destroyed house on the outskirts of Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas fighters, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)

A Palestinian boy rides a donkey-pulled cart past a destroyed house on the outskirts of Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas militants, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead.  REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)

A Palestinian boy rides a donkey-pulled cart past a destroyed house on the outskirts of Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas fighters, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)

A Palestinian man prays in the rubble of his house in Beit Lahiya, in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas militants, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Anja Niedringhaus/Pool  (GAZA)

A Palestinian man prays in the rubble of his house in Beit Lahiya, in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas fighters, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Anja Niedringhaus/Pool (GAZA)

A Palestinian girl stands amongst the ruins of destroyed houses on the outskirts of Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas militants, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)

A Palestinian girl stands amongst the ruins of destroyed houses on the outskirts of Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. More Israeli forces left the Gaza Strip on Monday after a 22-day assault on Hamas fighters, and both sides kept a ceasefire, allowing dazed Palestinians to survey the destruction and mourn their dead. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)

A Palestinian woman sits in front of houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory.  REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

A Palestinian woman sits in front of houses destroyed during Israel's offensive in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

View shows the destroyed Jabalia Ezbet Abdrabbo neighborhood on January 19, 2009. Palestinians are emerging from Israel's war on Gaza more deeply divided than ever, their decades-old struggle pulled apart by the Middle East's rival camps. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)

View shows the destroyed Jabalia Ezbet Abdrabbo neighborhood on January 19, 2009. Palestinians are emerging from Israel's war on Gaza more deeply divided than ever, their decades-old struggle pulled apart by the Middle East's rival camps. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)

A Hamas militant speaks during a news conference in Gaza January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory.  REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

A Hamas fighter speaks during a news conference in Gaza January 19, 2009. Palestinians took stock on Monday of the devastation from a three-week war in the Gaza Strip as a ceasefire took hold and Israeli forces pressed on with their gradual withdrawal from the Hamas-ruled territory. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)

Two members of the Ezzedine Al-Qassam brigades, Hamas's military wing, leave after giving a press conference in Gaza City on January 19, 2009. Hamas's armed wing said today that it lost only 48 fighters during Israel's 22-day operation in Gaza. Israel has said that it killed more than 500 Hamas members during Operation Cast Lead that it launched on Gaza on December 27 and which it ended on Sunday with a unilateral ceasefire.  AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)

Two members of the Ezzedine Al-Qassam brigades, Hamas's military wing, leave after giving a press conference in Gaza City on January 19, 2009. Hamas's armed wing said today that it lost only 48 fighters during Israel's 22-day operation in Gaza. Israel has said that it killed more than 500 Hamas members during Operation Cast Lead that it launched on Gaza on December 27 and which it ended on Sunday with a unilateral ceasefire. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)

Two members of the Ezzedine Al-Qassam brigades, Hamas's military wing, leave after giving a press conference in Gaza City on January 19, 2009. Hamas's armed wing said today that it lost only 48 fighters during Israel's 22-day operation in Gaza. Israel has said that it killed more than 500 Hamas members during Operation Cast Lead that it launched on Gaza on December 27 and which it ended on Sunday with a unilateral ceasefire.  AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)

Two members of the Ezzedine Al-Qassam brigades, Hamas's military wing, leave after giving a press conference in Gaza City on January 19, 2009. Hamas's armed wing said today that it lost only 48 fighters during Israel's 22-day operation in Gaza. Israel has said that it killed more than 500 Hamas members during Operation Cast Lead that it launched on Gaza on December 27 and which it ended on Sunday with a unilateral ceasefire. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)

Gaza Selepas Genjatan Senjata

Kami beri tempoh seminggu untuk kamu berundur !

Isnin ,19/01/2009 – Walaupun Israel mengisytiharkan gencatan senjata Sabtu lalu tanpa ada tempoh tertentu untuk pengunduran pasukan tentera daripada Semenanjung Gaza, para pejuang Palestin telah memberi tempoh seminggu untuk tentera Israel berundur sepenuhnya dari sempadan Semenanjung Gaza.

Kenyataan bersama kumpulan pejuang Palestin di Gaza mengisytiharkan “Kami kumpulan penentang Palestin mengumumkan gencatan senjata bagi pihak kami di Semenanjung Gaza. Kami memberi jaminan tentang pendirian ini dan kami mahu pasukan Israel keluar dari Gaza dalam seminggu, disamping Israel perlu membuka sempadan dan lintasan untuk konvoi bantuan kemanusiaan.”

Kumpulan penentang itu menyatakan kesediaan mereka bagi memastikan Israel bersetuju dengan pelan yang diperkenalkan oleh pemimpin-pemimpin Arab Mesir, Turki, Syria dan Qatar agar Israel menggantung kepungan 18 bulan di Semenanjung Gaza, dan membuka semula sempadan Gaza untuk perdagangan. Pegawai-pegawai Israel pula menggambarkan yang mereka tidak bersedia untuk menerima rancangan tersebut.

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Kenyataan Olmert Bukti kekalahan Israel

Isnin ,19/01/2009 – Usamah Hamdan, wakil Hamas di Lebanon, menyatakan kenyataan Ehud Olmert yang mahukan genjatan senjata sebelah pihak membuktikan kekalahan Zionis-Israel setelah perang 2006. Kenyataan Olmert juga menampakkan kekalahan Zionis-Israel dan kemenangan rakyat Palestin. Dalam kenyataan Olmert, mengaku masih tidak berjaya untuk membebaskan tentera Israel Gilad Shalit yang tidak diketahui sama ada hidup atau mati akibat serangan ganas Zionis-Israel.

Serangan ganas Israel ketika ini telah menjadi lonjakan baru bagi para pejuang Palestin untuk menentang Zionis-Israel. Generasi yang terjun ke medan perang kali ini adalah mereka yang lahir pada intifadhah yang pertama (1987). Hamdan turut berkata Olmert masih belum mampu melemahkan Hamas dan meminta pihak antarabangse untuk membantu melemahkan Hamas.

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‘Gencatan Senjata’ Israel agenda tersembunyi Amerika

Isnin ,19/01/2009 – Sejurus sebelum pengumuman ‘gencatan senjata’ Israel pada hari Sabtu, Menteri Luar Israel Tzipi Livni menerima jaminan bertulis daripada Setiausaha Amerika Condoleezza Rice mengatakan pihak Amerika akan meningkatkan kerjasama ketenteraan dan maklumat risikan untuk membantu Israel dalam operasi ketenteraan terhadap Palestin.

Sebelum ini Amerika hanya terlibat dalam konflik dengan bantuan peralatan tentera dan kewangan setiap tahun namun pada kali ini pihak Amerika menawarkan apa sahaja bantuan demi merealisasikan hasrat Israel untuk menghadapi pejuang Palestin terutamanya Hamas.

http://palestinkini.info


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