Pantulan 1 Maret 2009
Ketangguhan al-Muqawwamah yang diperlihatkan Hamas (Harakah al-Muqawwamah 
al-Islaamiyyah, Gerakan Perlawanan Islam, Islamic Resistance Movement) dalam 
"War on Gaza", di mana negara Zionis itu tidak berhasil membungkamkan roket 
Hamas, sehingga Hamas masih dengan mudah melepas misil Qassam ke negara Zionis 
Yahudi. Itu merupakan sebuah pelajaran paling telak bagi sang agresor.  Hal 
tersebut tak dapat dipungkiri menjadi tekanan untuk mendapatkan konsesi baru 
dari Israel dan Mesir.  Konsesi ini berupa jaminan memperoleh sebuah tatanan 
keamanan, pembukaan perbatasan Gaza, termasuk perbatasan Rafah yang dikontrol 
Mesir, pelepasan tahanan Hamas di Mesir, penghentian operasi Israel terhadap 
aktivis Hamas di Tepi Barat, dan hak membela diri dengan misil Qassam bila 
Israel melanggar kesepakatan gencatan senjata.
http://waii-hmna.blogspot.com/2009/03/863-gaza-pasca-pemilu-negara-zionis.html


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Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2010 17:38
Subject: [wanita-muslimah] 'Israel agrees to ease blockade'

http://www.jpost.com/Israel/Article.aspx?id=177929

Photo by: Ariel Jerozolimski/The Jerusalem Post) 
'Israel agrees to ease blockade' 
By JPOST.COM STAFF 
06/09/2010 11:02 

'Telegraph': Int'l team has drawn up guidelines for passage of aid. 
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Negotiations have been going on under the radar since last week to ease the 
blockade on Gaza and alleviate the difficulties faced by its population, the UK 
Telegraph reported on Wednesday, citing Western officials.

According to the report, a confidential document was drawn up by various 
Western mediators, among them the UK, to outline guidelines for the passage of 
more aid to the besieged territory through Israel.

While officials in Jerusalem reportedly denied that the negotiations were 
prompted by Israel's wish to evade culpability for the deaths of nine Turkish 
nationals on board the Mavi Marmara, the Telegraph quoted one source as saying 
there was a "quid pro quo deal" in the works.

Israel has turned down suggestions to set up an international or even 
UN-mandated commission of inquiry to investigate the navy raid on the ship, 
with Israel's Washington ambassador Michael Oren saying Israel "has the ability 
and the right to investigate itself, not to be investigated by any 
international board."

He added, "I don't think the United States would want an international inquiry 
into its military activities in Afghanistan, for example."

Various international bodies, among them the Quartet for the Middle East, 
reportedly urged Israel in the confidential document to replace the list of 
items officially allowed into Gaza - 35 in all - with a list of items which are 
expressly forbidden, as well as to allow construction materials in under UN 
auspices. The document also called on Israel to ease the stringent security 
which often causes bottlenecks at land crossings.

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