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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green MEP condemns EU 'imbalance' over Israel
عدد مرات القراءة 23422006-07-06

MEP CONDEMNS EU ‘IMBALANCE’ OVER ISRAEL

EU PUSHING PALESTINE TO HUMANITARIAN BRINK, WARNS LUCAS

GREEN Party MEP Caroline Lucas has condemned the EU’s response to events in
the Middle East as unbalanced – and a risk to the EU’s credibility in the
region.

Dr Lucas, who is a member of the EU’s delegation to the occupied Palestinian
territories – and was an official election observer in Gaza last year – said
a Finnish presidency statement on behalf of the EU Council on recent events
in Gaza gave undue emphasis to the kidnapping of one Israeli soldier but was
far less critical of Israel’s ‘completely disproportionate’ response.

She said: “Contrary to international law and humanitarian principles, the
Israeli government has systematically attacked civilian electricity and
water supplies – and kidnapped and arrested fully 64 Palestinian elected
representatives.

“If that had happened anywhere else in the world we would expect immediate
condemnation by the international community.

“Of course we all condemn the kidnapping of the Israeli soldier, and call
for his swift and safe release – but we should be consistent and not forget
that Israel is holding 9,600 Palestinian political prisoners, over half of
whom are being held without trial and nearly 400 of whom are children under
18.”

Dr Lucas called on the EU to restore full financial assistance to Palestine
and re-open dialogue with the Hamas leadership, which has demonstrated its
credibility and ability to evolve by agreeing to sign the so-called
‘Prisoners’ Agreement’ calling for a government of national coalition and
taking a step towards the recognition of Israel.

Speaking in a parliamentary debate on events in Israel and Gaza over recent
days, she added: “The EU simply cannot justify the continued withholding of
vital funding, which is denying payment to doctors, teachers and other
public servants, crippling the Palestinian authority and exacerbating the
already desperate humanitarian crisis.

“Current EU policy is completely counter-productive: it hurts the poorest
and most vulnerable, drives many into the arms of extremists, and undermines
the very political and judicial reforms which we have been demanding for
years.

“To build peace and address the unfolding humanitarian crisis we must
condemn all human rights violations – whether Palestinian or Israeli – and
re-open effective dialogue with all parties. It is simply unacceptable to
collectively punish the Palestinian people for their choices at the ballots
in a free and fair election.”






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