Wir wissen schon, dass die arabischen Laender immer weniger Lust haben, Geld in das pal. Fass ohne Boden zu stopfen. Bis jetzt sind die westlichen Laender, allen voran die EU noch immer eingesprungen.
Das soll jetzt anders werden. Zumindest, wenn es nach der pal. Menschenrechtsorganisation Al-Haq geht:
Al-Haq director Shahwan Jabbarin said Palestinian security services in the West Bank, where President Mahmoud Abbas‘ Fatah faction holds sway, and in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip were functioning illegally and “are running the country“.
“I tell the donors it’s high time they pressured the Authority to implement its commitments towards the independence of the judiciary,“ Jabbarin told reporters.
Bei Arutz7 gibt es etwas mehr Hintergrund zu der Organisation:
Although Al-Haq appears to be a simple non-profit non-governmental organization, in reality the group, which was founded in 1979 to „protect and promote human rights and the rule of law“ is very powerful. Based in Ramallah, it was one of the first human rights organizations established in the Arab world.
Al-Haq initially focused primarily on Israel „as an Occupying Power… and the structures imposed by its military and governmental authorities in the OPT (Occupied Palestinian Territory, as the PA refers to Yesha –ed.)“ but slowly turned its attention inward.
By 1986 it was examining human rights issues within the context of the PLO’s treatment of its own Arabs, particularly women and workers‘ rights. Eventually the group broadened its scope, winning generous financial support from numerous international organizations and acting as their representative in Judea and Samaria.
Al-Haq has special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council and documents violations of the individual and collective rights of PA Arabs „irrespective of the identity of the perpetrator.“
In 2004, the group launched a campaign against what it called „Israeli measures of collective punishment and intimidation in the OPT.“ In addition to the campaign, Al-Haq marked its 25th anniversary with „Waiting for Justice, a report that provided in-depth legal analysis of violations of human rights by the Israeli authorities, based on first hand information gathered by its fieldworkers.“
It is affiliated with a number of other international entities, including the International Commission of Jurists – Geneva, and is a member of the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (E.M.H.R.N.), the World Organization Against Torture (O.M.C.T.), the International Federation for Human Rights (F.I.D.H.), Habitat International Coalition (H.I.C.), and the Palestinian N.G.O. Network (P.N.G.O.).
Jetzt versuche ich mir die Verdrehungen von „Pro-Palaestinensern“ vorzustellen. Wie koennen diese Probleme innerhalb der PA weiterhin Israel zur Last gelegt werden? Wenn jemand besonders schoene Beispiele findet, waere ich fuer Zitat und Links dankbar.