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The EU contributes €24.5 million to the PA payment of August

The European Union has made today a contribution of €24.5 million to the payment of August salaries and pensions of nearly 56,000 Palestinian civil servants and pensioners in the West Bank.

This contribution is funded by the European Union as part of its Direct Financial Support to the Palestinian Authority channelled through PEGASE.

Despite No laws, No Justice, No Public Prosecution in Palestine

Despite the killing and burial of women in Palestine without knowing the reasons for their killing,
Despite the failure of the Palestinian Authority to adhere to the provisions of 55 international treaties signed. And lack of respect for human rights,
Although not enacted the necessary laws to build a state of law and human rights
The European Union continues to pay the salaries of Palestinian Authority employees and send monthly millions, ignoring corruption, crimes and human rights violations by the Palestinian Authority.

The European Union continues to legislate laws that reduce the budgets allocated to the daily lives of its citizens, such as the budget of the education sector, social and health system and others, in order to pump millions and funding several countries in the Middle East, including the Palestinian government, which revolves around its system suspicions of corruption. The PA constantly lists the names of many dead on the staff list to suck more EU funds.

The ministers of the government of Hamdallah in the previous Palestinian government have looted millions of budgetary funds sent by the European Union as aid to the Palestinian people. To date, the EU has not committed itself to investigating or deducting stolen amounts from the current budget

Europeans have the right to hold their governments accountable for funding countries that violate human rights, and there are suspicions of corruption around them, including the misuse of public money and disbursement in unallocated directions.

Why Europe pays the salaries of Palestinian Authority employees does not have legal legislation and does not respect human rights.

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An urgent letter to Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Ishtayyeh.

We call on you to arrest Mohamed Ismail Safi following his dirty talk on Watan channel about the death of Israa Gharib.
I wish I could congratulate the State of Palestine for signing 55 international treaties.
I hope that the Palestinian Authority would demonstrate its commitment to implement the provisions of the conventions and treaties like other signatories to the same international conventions and treaties.

The agreements signed by your state oblige your government to change laws and enact legislation based on equality in society and meet the demands of respect for human rights.
By allowing the murder of women by their relatives, the PA not only shows it is not mature to join the international community, but shames the Palestinian People as a whole.

But by allowing the murder of 24 Palestinian women until August 2018, and then the recent murder of young Israa Gharib by her family, and the blame for the murder of Isra on the jinn brings your state back to the time of myths and legends in the pre-Islamic era, and forces us as Palestinian women residing in countries that are signatories to the same international treaties signed by you, To file a complaint of damage to the International Tribunal and accuse the State of Palestine of direct failure to abide by the agreements signed, and this would expose the reputation of this Palestinian newborn to distortion.

We hope that the head of your country, the Prime Minister, will work to raise the status of Palestine to the level of what it has signed before the world.
The statements made by Mr. Ismail Ismail Safi in Al-Watan TV yesterday imposes the responsibility for his arrest and confirms that the suspicions revolving around him. Criminals always try to hide the features of the crime they committed.

Continue reading: An urgent letter to Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Ishtayyeh.

An den österreichischen Bundespräsidenten, Herrn Dr. VAN DER BELLEN

Sehr geehrter Herr Bundespräsident,

Ich bitte Sie, die von der Palästinensischen Autonomiebehörde (hier PA genannt) verschuldete Situation der Palästinenser und die Zunahme des sogenannten Ehrenmordes gebührend ernst zu nehmen.

Was mich dazu veranlasst, an Sie diesen Brief zu schreiben, war eine Audioaufnahme einer Frau, die vor Schmerz schrie, als sie im Krankenhaus der Palästinensischen Autonomiebehörde in Beit Jala im Westjordanland ohne das Eingreifen der palästinensischen Polizei und des medizinischen Personals gefoltert und dabei getötet wurde.

Bisherige Sprachaufnahmen und Fotos in den sozialen Medien weisen darauf hin, dass die 21-jährige Israa Nasser Gharib aus Beit Sahour in Bethlehem schwerer Gewalt durch ihre Familie, ihren Vater Herr Nasser Gharib, ihren Bruder Herr Ehab Nasser Gharib, ein kanadischer Staatsbürger und ihren Schwager Herr Muhammad Ismael Safi ausgesetzt war. Der Link zum Video ist unten.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57PDBuDC8Sw

Das Verbrechen wurde begangen, weil das Mädchen einen jungen Mann vor der Heirat, und nachdem ihre Mutter ihr erlaubt hatte, ihn zu treffen, in einem öffentlichen Café kennengelernt hatte.

Die Familie besteht ausserdem darauf, dass Israa schwerwiegende psychische Störungen hatte, die zu dem Vorfall führten, den sie mit„Von von Dämonen besessen“ erklären. Eine Erklärung, die ich für unzulässig halte und die von den zuständigen Behörden der PA angemessen beurteilt werden muss, um derartige Opfer zu verhindern und die Täter zur Rechenschaft zu ziehen.

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Letter to His Excellency Ambassador of the USA to Austria

To His Excellency Ambassador Trevor D. Traina
Ambassador of the USA to Austria
Boltzmanngasse 16
1090 Wien

Dear Ambassador Traina,
Terror against women has increased inside Palestinian families and society under the current Palestinian government in the West Bank and has become a threat for the future of Western countries as well.

To illustrate my opinion as an expert journalist who has worked in the area of the conflict and currently lives in Vienna, Austria, let me draw your attention to the killing of a young beautiful woman, Israa Gharib, 21, from the town of Beit Sahour in Bethlehem, on 22.08.2019.

Israa was a smart girl. She studied English because she was convinced that the language would help her to communicate with the International world.

I was shocked when I heard an audio recording of Israa screaming of pain as she was tortured at the Palestinian National Authority Hospital in Beit Jala in the West Bank without an intervention from the Palestinian police or the medical staff in the hospital.

See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57PDBuDC8Sw

So far, available voice recordings and photos on social media indicate that Israa Nasser Gharib was subjected to severe violence from her family, her brother, Mr. Ehab Nasser Gharib, a Canadian citizen, her father and her brother-in-law Mr. Muhammad Ismael Safi.

The family insisted that Israa had serious mental disorders that led to this incident, which they explained as “possession by demons;” an unreliable explanation that needs to be properly addressed by relevant authorities of the PA in order to prevent victim-blaming, and to hold the perpetrators accountable.

But Israa was not like that, She recorded all the criminal actions of her family she was subjected to and sent them to her close friends.

According to Israa’s close friends, the crime of Israa’s murder began when a young man proposed to her. She went with her sister to meet him, with her mother’s knowledge and consent, at a restaurant in the city, in order to get to know him better. They recorded a short video that she posted on her Instagram account. Then, one of her relatives who watched the video told her father and siblings, which provoked them to take action against the deceased, who, in the family’s view, brought shame to them by meeting the young man, to whom she was engaged.

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Letter to the US Ambassador Mr. Trevor D. Traina

Terror against women has increased inside Palestinian families and society under the current Palestinian government in the West Bank and become a threat for the future of Western countries.

To illustrate my opinion as an expert journalist who has worked in the area of the conflict and currently lives in Vienna, Austria, let me draw your attention to the killing of a young beautiful woman, Israa Gharib, 21, from the town of Beit Sahour in Bethlehem, on 22. 08.2019.

Israa was a smart girl. She studied English because she was convinced that the language would help her to communicate with the Intentional world.

I was shocked when I heard an audio recording of Israa screaming of pain as she was tortured at the Palestinian National Authority Hospital in Beit Jala in the West Bank without an intervention of the Palestinian police and the medical staff in the hospital.

See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57PDBuDC8Sw

So far, available voice recordings and photos on social media indicate that Israa Nasser Gharib was subjected to severe violence from her family, her brother, Mr. Ehab Nasser Gharib, a Canadian citizen, her father and her brother-in-law Mr. Muhammad Ismael Safi.

The family insisted that Israa had serious mental disorders that led to such incident, which they explain as “possession by demons;” an unreliable explanation that needs to be properly addressed by relevant authorities of the PA in order to prevent victim-blaming, and to hold the perpetrators accountable.

But Israa was not like that, She recorded all the criminal actions of her family she was subjected to and sent them to her close friends.

Continue reading: Letter to the US Ambassador Mr. Trevor D. Traina

Palestine at the ONNA Art Exhibition in Vienna

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I had wonderful evening at the opening of ONNA art exhibition in Vienna. Several artists women from Asian and African background among them Palestine have presented their works of art that reflect their nature of being women.

The exhibition was arranged perfectly by Austrian artist Sylvia Kummer in coordination with Professor of art Alfred Grasille.

Sharing 8 pictures of my artistic work from the occupied Palestine with a very diverse and high level audience among them a representative of the 16th district chief Franz Brokob at ONNA exhibition was an experience of great value!

I enormously enjoyed the the opening of the exhibition as well the conversations with the visitors and fellow artists from Austria, Japan, China, Palestine, Uganda, Iran and Bangladesh. I already got invited to exhibit my work from Palestine at other galleries and an exhibition in Austria.

Most importantly, the exhibition was very organized, and the opening was interesting. Vivvien Lee and Johann Sebastian Bach played a great musical link.

Palestine has presented 8 artistic pictures show the inhuman face of the Israeli occupation in Palestine.

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Respect: Stronger Together: Vienna launches major prevention program

Good education, means a prosperous and good future, civilization of people and nation.
The city of Vienna, which named world’s top city for quality of life, attaches great importance to the quality education sector.
The mayor of Vienna, Dr. Michael Ludwig and the Greens leader and municipal council Birgit Hebein announced in a press conference held on Tuesday launches a major prevention program for Vienna’s schools with special challenges. The development of the program will be accompanied by independent integration expert Kenan Güngör.

Behind the program “Respect: Stronger Together Stronger” is the idea to conclude a common alliance for respect between teachers, pupils and parents. This is intended to meet the challenges of everyday school life: devaluation based on gender, origin, sexual orientation, religion or belief, prejudice, bullying, tensions and conflicts in the classroom, experience of discrimination or hatred in the net.

The aim is to link youth and integration work as well as women’s and girls’ promotion more closely with the school in a permanent and cross-administrative program. Thus, the city sets the same educational as well as integration and women’s political accents.

The aim is to strengthen girls and boys in a targeted manner, to support educators in dealing with the manifold problems of young people and to involve parents as central educational partners. The program is therefore aimed at all school partners with target group-specific offers and is carried out in schools with high social challenges.

The program is being developed under the responsibility of the City Councilor for Education Jürgen Czernohorszky and Women’s Councilor Kathrin Gaal with the Child and Youth Services (MA 11), the Youth Department (MA 13), the Integration Department (MA 17), the Women’s Service Vienna (MA 57) and the Education Directorate will be tested, evaluated and rolled out during the 2019/20/20 school year in New Middle Schools and Polytechnic Schools in a pilot phase.
Program for all school partners

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Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action

My report on Verification and monitoring in the Islamic Republic of Iran in light of United Nations Security Council resolution 2231 (2015) covers relevant activities of the Agency in that country in the last few months. said IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano in his speech delivered to the Board of Governors.

Amano added: “Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. It is essential that Iran continues to fully implement those commitments.”

The Agency continues to verify the non-diversion of nuclear material declared by Iran under its Safeguards Agreement. Evaluations regarding the absence of undeclared nuclear material and activities in Iran continue.

In implementing verification activities in Iran, the Agency analyses all safeguards-relevant information, which normally takes time, and takes action when appropriate. The Agency undertakes analysis and takes action in an impartial, independent and objective manner, within the existing safeguards framework and in line with established safeguards practice.

Nuclear Verification

Conclusion of Safeguards Agreements and Additional Protocols

Since my last report, a comprehensive safeguards agreement, a small quantities protocol and an additional protocol have entered into force for Liberia. Malaysia has rescinded its small quantities protocol. Papua New Guinea has amended its small quantities protocol. In addition, France amended its small quantities protocol to the safeguards agreement between France, EURATOM and the Agency under the Treaty of Tlatelolco.

The number of States with safeguards agreements in force now stands at 183, while 134 States have brought additional protocols into force.

I ask States Parties to the Board of Governors without comprehensive safeguards agreements in force to bring such agreements into force without delay. I hope that States which have not yet concluded additional protocols will do so as soon as possible. I also call on States with small quantities protocols based on the old standard text to amend or rescind them.

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