2010年02月21日

国連公使:カルテットにパレスチナ自治政府の自治権を支持するよう

2010年02月18日木曜日

ヘブロン - Ma'an - 中東和平問題国連特使、Robert Serryは、木曜日、国際社会が、被占領西岸の部分を、パレスチナ自治政府支配に割譲するよう、イスラエルに圧力をかけることを暗示した。

 Serryは、国連、EU、米国、ロシアで構成される国際カルテットが、(パレスチナ)国家設立の道筋で、イスラエル政府が、エリアBと西岸のエリアCを、パレスチナ完全支配のエリアAに移すとする、パレスチナ自治政府の要請に支持を表明するだろうと語った。

(後略)

全文:Ma'an News Agency

 イスラエルが、オスロ合意で、コントロールを強く主張した結果がエリアCで、コントロール権は土地への権利ではない。どうもイスラエルは理解できてないようなのだ。


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イスラエルのマーク・システム

2010年02月18日

(無料の翻訳サイトが忙しいらしくて協力的じゃないので原文で。最もイスラエル訛の英語を訛って - gを入れるとイスラエル訛風になるらしい - 表記されたのでは、さほど役立たない翻訳サイトも「お手上げ」だと思うし。イスラエル/パレスチナを訪問する時にベングリオン空港を使う方、必読。パスポートに貼付ける数字、1から6までの意味を解説している。3なら「安全」、余計な質問を受けることもないし、荷物を調べられることもない。この筆者は5か6、質問を受け、荷物も徹底的に調べられる。わたしはベングリオンは使わないけれど、パスポートにシールを貼られたことがあったっけ、う〜ん、数字は覚えていない。剥がしたことだけ覚えている。)

所在:Sousan Hammad

February 18, 2010

I wait to be approached by the supreme marker, the Israeli “security” officer who tags the passports of the departed with a number that will decide the traveler’s fate. A group of Americans are in the queue beside me and so begins her monologue: What was yough pughpose of visiting Isghayel? Do you have a bomb with you? Weapons? Whegh in Isghayel did you go? Do you have any fghiends in Ghamallah? and on and on and on… As the lady moves to the next group, I, anxious and curious, ask the Americans what number they got. Number? yeah, what number did she give you? Uhhh…I’m not following you. let me see your passport. you see? I point to the sticker on the passport where there is a number hidden between chickenscratch and Hebrew, which, to me, looks like chickenscratch. see the 3? Oh… so what does that mean? asked the bemused American who looked like a soldier. Yes, I thought, he is definitely a soldier.

At that moment I decided I should stage a teach-in at Ben Gurion airport’s check-in line. If these tourists don’t know how Palestinians are treated then they will get a very brief lecture. Basically, it’s racial profiling, I say, by using a marking system with barcodes and all – it looks fucking sophisticated, but it’s really all systematic… and racist. You will know this because of their machinated reactions. Actually, sometimes I wonder if the head of airport security is a human. But that’s another story. Let’s start with the marking system. Numbers go from 1 to 6. You got a 3 and that means you are neutral, most probably you are a religious tourist but in this case you are a U.S. soldier who just came from Iraq. Actually, said the soldier, I am based in Georgia. Ah…well, I guess that is why you got a 3 because if you were in Iraq and the girl saw that on your passport you wouldn’t get a 3, you would probably get a 5. A “3” is safe, you won’t get questioned and your bags won’t get cavity searched and torn apart. You don’t want a 4, 5 or 6. What number do you get? he asks. I usually get a 5 or a 6 – which entails a puerile interrogation, getting poked at with a piece of cotton on a stick while taking your clothes off then on, and what I like to call V.I.P. treatment: a ‘shadow’, which is someone who has to walk you to your gate. A “6” is kind of like the Nazi’s yellow star. Remember in the Holocaust how German soldiers would pin a yellow star on a Jew to demarcate his or her fate? Well, the 6 is the worst and it’s usually the Palestinians who get it. A 4 or 5 will also get you questioned and x-rayed, but it’s not like the 6er whose books she or he carries has to be “analyzed” by the Israeli kid who just graduated from high school. G-E-N-E-T. Jeen Gennett? he will say. What is this thief’s joughnal ah? Oh, it’s really fascinating – you should read it. It’s everything you ever wanted to know about sex and death, especially if you like men. (This will take the kid off track from his trained routine.) Back to the marking system. Now, a 1 means you are a white Russian, or Israeli settler. The 1’s are the chosen ones – they are treated like gods and even get to skip in line at the ticket counter. The 2 could mean you are a half-Jew or a brown Jew. Watch and see what happens to me.

Three hours later…

She sits down at a table in the airport’s cafeteria next to people who are speaking Arabic. Filled with indignation and impatience the girl puts her bags down and looks at the young Israeli security officer who shadows her every move. why do you do this? It is protocol. protocol? don’t talk to me about protocols, this is absolutely racist – everyone in line with me was Palestinian. We do this for your safety. she looks into his eyes and they are empty, she wonders if he is real. safety? when’s the last time something happened in this airport? Well….that’s exactly it – never. exactly, never.

The girl gets up to get a coffee. He follows. i’m just getting a coffee – you stay and watch my things – that’s your job right?

The portly light-haired security officer asks her about Jose Saramago – the author of the book she is reading. you’re interrupting me, i was just at the part when Ricardo Reis is being interrogated by a police officer. Why is he being interrogated? no reason. they are skeptical of him because he is a writer. Ah, these writers.

She wants to mention all the Palestinian writers that the Mossad has assassinated - but stays quiet. She knows her role.

By the time she boarded her flight to Berlin – she wanted nothing more than to sleep. Her mind was elsewhere – already nervous about her re-entry in five days. If they deny me entry, I will go to Beirut, or maybe Amman – or Cairo…or…and on her mind wanders, anticipating her return home.
ラベル:イスラエル
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Mahmoud Al Mabhouhの殺戮

Mahmoud Al Mabhouhが、ドバイで暗殺された日の出来事を示すCCTV映像。

 空港、ホテルのタクシー乗り場やロビー、レセプション、エレベーター・ホールで、監視カメラが捕らえた犯人グループと被害者。監視カメラの映像を時間を追ってつないだもので、音声はない。27分。
 エレベーター・ホールをうろうろしたりする犯人グループで、あまり監視カメラを気にしているようには見えない。監視カメラを意識したら、暗殺もできないほど監視カメラは多いにしても。
 う〜ん、わたしたちもまた、監視カメラにこのように捕らえられているのだ。

ヴィデオ所在:Gulf News

アーカイヴ:イギリス:パスポート詐取は非常にゆゆしき問題(02月20日)
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