05 Jun, 2010
[hang nadim] Rachel Corrie putus hubungan.....
RIBUAN umat Islam mewakili beberapa pertubuhan bukan kerajaan berhimpun di hadapan Kedutaan Besar Amerika Syarikat di Kuala Lumpur, semalam, bagi membantah kekejaman tentera Israel yang membunuh sembilan anggota misi bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza. – UTUSAN/SHAIFUDIN MOHD. NOR
Kapal MV Rachel Corrie dari kumpulan Flotila Pembebasan yang kini bersendirian dalam pelayaran bagi misi menghantar bantuan kemanusiaan berada 150 batu nautika dari perairan Gaza.
Maklumat sukarelawan yang berada di atas kapal itu turut memaklumkan bahawa Rachel Corrie dijangka tiba ke Gaza hari ini jika tiada sebarang sekatan atau ancaman dari pihak tentera Israel.
Penganjur Flotila Pembebasan bagaimanapun semalam berkata, mereka terputus hubungan dengan kapal tersebut.
Perdana Global Peace Organization (PGPO) tidak bercadang menamatkan pelayaran kapal tajaannya, MV Rachel Corrie dalam misi bantuan itu walaupun Mesir membuka semula sempadannya.
Penasihat PGPO, Datuk Mukhriz Tun Dr. Mahathir berkata, pihaknya bimbang jika sebarang perubahan dibuat oleh Mesir akan menyebabkan penghantaran bantuan kemanusiaan itu memakan masa yang lama.
Aktivis pro-Palestin dari Ireland yang berada di atas kapal itu menegaskan mereka tidak takut, walaupun setelah apa yang berlaku ke atas kapal Mavi Marmara yang diserang oleh komando Israel.
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It’s Gaza or bust for ‘Rachel’By SHAHANAAZ HABIB
AMMAN: As MV Rachel Corrie forges ahead with efforts to deliver humanitarian aid for Gaza, the Malaysian Government, which does not recognise Israel, is keeping in touch with “friendly embassies” in Tel Aviv in case the ship faces problems and is stopped by Israeli forces.
Malaysian ambassador to Jordan Datuk Abdul Malek Abdul Aziz stressed that although Rachel Corrie was not a government mission, it was concerned about the safety of six Malaysians on board.
“This is a humanitarian mission. The Government is not involved. The people and the international community are giving their support.
“Those on Rachel Corrie have procedures about what to do if they encounter situations,” he said when asked if the Government had advised the Malaysian-funded Gaza-bound aid ship not to proceed.
Foreign Minister Datuk Anifah Aman, who was in Amman yesterday, said the Government did not have the power to ask Rachel Corrie to stop because it was not the organiser.
“It is beyond our control. We did not organise this. But the whole world is sympathising with this humanitarian effort,” he said, adding that Malaysia had established channels with friendly parties about whom to contact if something were to happen to the ship.
On Monday, Israeli forces attacked the six-ship Gaza aid flotilla in international waters, killing nine and injuring many on board the Mavi Marmara.
The ships were taken to Ashdod port in Israel, where all passengers were detained and handcuffed. Most were deported two days later with only their passports.
Rachel Corrie, which was supposed to be part of the flotilla, was delayed due to repairs and “beyond stringent check” by port authorities.
Despite Monday’s attack, the 1,200-tonne ship carrying medical supplies, construction materials, toys, educational and writing material decided to go ahead with the mission.
Defying international condemnation over the attack on the aid flotilla, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netayahu vowed yesterday not to let Rachel Corrie through.
The Rachel Corrie is a Malaysian-Irish effort.
The Malaysians on board are Shamsul Akmar, Matthias Chang, Parit MP Nizar Zakaria, activist Ahmad Faizal Azumu, TV3 crew members Halim Mohamed and Jufri Junid.
The Irish delegation includes Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Corrigan Maguire and former United Nations assistant secretary-general Denis Halliday.
The ship is named after a 23-year-old American college student who was crushed to death in the Gaza Strip in 2003 by an army bulldozer when she tried to stop it from demolishing Palestinian homes.
The ship is funded by former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s Perdana Global Peace Organisation.
Dr Mahathir’s secretary Sufi Yusoff said he managed to contact Shamsul on board the ship yesterday at 2.27pm Malaysian time.
“Shamsul said we would not go anywhere else other than Gaza unless forced to. The cargo we have is bound for Gaza and for the people of Gaza. We are going to Gaza because the siege is illegal,” he said.
He said Ahmad Faizal had said rumours that Rachel Corrie was turning back were baseless and untrue.
“The Palestinians are in need of the aid and we will try our best to ensure that they receive it. We hope and pray that we will be able to succeed and that the international community supports us through this critical time,” he said.
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Israeli navy threatens to board Rachel Corrie if it fails to change course3.10pm A senior Israeli military spokeswoman, Lt. Col. Avital Leibovich, says Israeli troops will board Rachel Corrie if it does not change course to Ashdod port in southern Israel.
"Our soldiers will board you if you refuse to change course. We are ready to use force to defend ourselves," she told the ship. The message was broadcast on Israel public radio.
The aid ship is about 28 nautical miles from the Gaza coast, still in international waters. The exclusion zone extends 20 miles from the shore.
3.00pm: Perdana Global Peace Organisation's executive director Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir tells Al Jazeera in an interview that the Israelis can board the ship to inspect the humanitarian aid and then "let us go to Gaza."
2.25pm: AP reports that the Israeli navy has established radio contact with Rachel Corrie. "You are approaching an area of hostilities which is under a naval blockade," the military said in a transcript of excerpts of its communication with the ship. It urged the boat to divert to Israel's nearby Ashdod port, where cargo would be unloaded and transferred to Gaza if it passed a security inspection, but the ship rejected the invitation, the military said.
2.00pm: Repeated calls to Rachel Corrie by satellite phone remains unanswered. It is the only way to contact the people on board, says Sufi. Communications appear to be cut.
AMMAN: Three Israeli warships are flanking Gaza-bound aid ship Rachel Corrie with six Malaysians on board and 13 others as it approaches the Israeli-blockaded Palestinian territory.
Clarifying earlier reports that the ship had been intercepted, journalist Shamsul Akmar, who is on board the Rachel Corrie, told NGO Perdana Global Peace Organisation representative in Kuala Lumpur Sufi Yusoff that the Rachel Corrie had not been boarded.
Neither have the Israeli ships hailed the Rachel Corrie, Shamsul told Sufi at about 11am.
Friday June 4, 2010
Israeli attack condemned
A GROUP of about 30 people observed a minute’s silence at the Speaker’s Square at the Esplanade, Penang, as a show of solidarity for the activists on board Turkish ship Mavi Marmara, which was ambushed by Israeli commandos.
The group, led by Universiti Sains Malaysia Student Progress Front member Hiew Kai Sheng, had gathered at the square at about 6.30pm on Wednesday.
The session lasted about an hour with se-veral speakers condemning the act with fiery speeches.
Among them was Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) Penang branch coordinator Ong Jing Cheng, who said Israel had to stop its in-humane act against these activists and Palestinians.
Parti Sosialis Malaysia central committee Choo Chon Kai said the attack had stirred up a lot of anger around the globe.
“Israel and Egypt had imposed a blockade against Gaza since June 2007 and people living there have been denied basic necessities such as food and medication,” he said.
He also said: “If the imperious US still supports Israel, there will be no lasting peace in the Middle East
AP says Israeli military have denied that their forces have taken over the aid ship.
The aid ship is about 50 miles (80.5km) from Gaza. On Monday, the Israeli commandos had stormed another aid ship, the Turkish Mavi Marmara, when it was 65km from Gaza in international waters.
Nine activists were killed in that raid and the flotilla of six ships were seized, triggering international outrage.
The Malaysians on board are veteran journalist Shamsul Akmar, lawyer Matthias Chang, Parit MP Nizar Zakaria, activist Ahmad Faizal Azumu, TV3 crew members Halim Mohamed and Jufri Junid.
The Irish delegation includes Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Corrigan Maguire and former United Nations assistant secretary-general Denis Halliday.
Due to mechanical problems, the Rachel Corrie set off later.
The ship is funded, among others, by former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s NGO Perdana Global Peace Organisation.
According to AP earlier Saturday, activists on board the Irish boat had insisted they would not resist if Israeli soldiers tried to take over their vessel.
They rejected an Israeli appeal to bring the ship to an Israeli port instead.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his Cabinet on Thursday the Irish boat would not be allowed to reach Gaza. On Friday, Israel's foreign minister said the policy had not changed.
"We have made it clear to the Irish and others, no ship will reach Gaza without a security inspection," Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told Channel 1 TV.
The Cambodian-flagged Rachel Corrie - named for an American college student who was crushed to death by a bulldozer in 2003 while protesting Israeli house demolitions in Gaza - was carrying hundreds of tons of aid, including wheelchairs, medical supplies and cement.
This latest attempt to breach the blockade differs significantly from the flotilla the Israeli troops intercepted on Monday, killing eight Turks and an American after being set upon by a group of activists.
Nearly 700 activists had joined that operation, most of them aboard the lead boat from Turkey that was the scene of the violence. That boat, the Mavi Marmara, was sponsored by an Islamic aid group from Turkey, the Foundation for Human Rights and Freedom and Humanitarian Relief.
Israel outlawed the group, known by its Turkish acronym IHH, in 2008 because of alleged ties to Hamas. The group is not on the U.S. State Department list of terror organizations, however.
By contrast, the Rachel Corrie was carrying just 11 passengers and 8 crew, whose effort was mainly sponsored by the Free Gaza movement, a Cyprus-based group that has renounced violence.
Irish Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mairead Corrigan told The Associated Press from the ship Friday that the group would offer no resistance if Israeli forces came aboard.
"We will sit down," she said in a telephone interview. "They will probably arrest us ... But there will be no resistance."
Netanyahu has instructed the Israeli military to avoid harming the passengers on board the Irish boat, a participant at Thursday night's Cabinet meeting said.
He spoke on condition of anonymity because the meeting was closed.
Foreign Ministry director Yossi Gal urged the activists to dock in the southern Israeli port of Ashdod and promised to transfer all cargo except any weapons or weapons components to Gaza. But the activists resisted the appeal.
Israel has "no desire to board the ship," Gal told reporters. "If the ship decides to sail to the port of Ashdod, then we will ensure its safe arrival and will not board it."
Corrigan said the activists would "not be diverted anywhere else. We head to Gaza in order to deliver the humanitarian aid and to break the siege of Gaza."
The former U.N. humanitarian coordinator in Iraq, Denis Halliday, said from the ship that trade unions and government officials had inspected its cargo. "So we are 100 percent confident that there is nothing that is offensive or dangerous," he told Israel's Channel 2 TV.
Still, he acknowledged that Israel might object to the 500 tons of cement on board, which the army maintains the militants can use to fight it.
In Washington, the State Department said U.S. officials had been in touch with "multiple" countries, including the Israeli and Irish governments, about the latest effort.
"Everyone wants to avoid a repetition of this tragic incident," spokesman P.J. Crowley said.
Later, National Security Council spokesman Mike Hammer said the Rachel Corrie should sail to Ashdod in the interest of safety.
International condemnation continued Friday, with protests in Syria, Greece, Mauritania, Bahrain and Malaysia, where some demonstrators burned Israeli flags and carried mock coffins.
In Norway, the military canceled a seminar scheduled for later this month because an Israeli army officer was to have lectured.
Israel claims activists ambushed the Israeli commandos as they rappelled on board the Mavi Marmara from helicopters on Monday, and the military and Turkish TV have released videotape showing soldiers under attack.
Returning activists admitted fighting with the Israeli commandos but insisted they acted in self defense because the ships were being boarded in international waters by a military force.
On Friday, the Israeli military released what it said was an edited radio exchange with the flotilla, captured from its own communications equipment, in which unidentified male voices were heard making anti-Semitic and anti-American comments.
It was impossible to independently authenticate the tape, which the military said pieced together segments of exchanges.
The Israeli Defense Forces have been criticized for seizing most video and audio from the Mavi Marmara.
The Foreign Press Association, which represents hundreds of journalists in Israel and the Palestinian Territories, demanded Thursday that the military stop using the captured material without permission.
Meanwhile, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said the Islamic militants have refused to accept any aid from the Israeli-intercepted flotilla. "We are not seeking to fill our (bellies), we are looking to break the Israeli siege on Gaza," he said.
The standoff has particularly strained Israel's relationship with once-close ally Turkey.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan kept up the tough rhetoric on Friday, telling a crowd that "nobody should test Turkey's patience."
And Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc announced Turkey was downsizing its economic and defense cooperation with Israel.
Satu lagi misi bantuan mencabar Israel
Abdul Shukur Harun
Ketika Israel masih lagi berdepan dengan kecaman masyarakat antarabangsa kerana serangan ganas tenteranya terhadap konvoi kapal Freedom Flotilla yang hendak membawa bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza, kini Israel berdepan dengan satu lagi kapal – Rachel Corre - yang akan membawa bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza yang kini sedang menghampiri pantai Gaza.
Kapal yang mengibarkan bendera Ireland, adalah sebuah kapal dagang yang dibeli oleh para aktivis pro-Palestin dan dinamai menurut nama seorang sukarelawan Amerikayang terbunuh dirempuh oleh bulldozer Israel di Jalur Gaza pada 2003. Kapal itu berangkat dari Malta baru-baru ini, sebuah negara kepulauan di Eropah Selatan.
Perdana Menteri Ireland, Brian Cowen, mendesak Israel untuk membenarkan kapalnya menyampaikan bantuan ke Gaza. Kapal tersebut membawa 15 aktivis termasuk seorang pemenang Nobel Perdamaian dari Ireland Utara, Mairead Corrigan Maguire dan Denis Halliday, seorang mantan diplomat veteran Ireland ke PBB, dan beberapa warga negara Ireland lainnya. Turut serta empat orang sukarelawan Malaysia.
"Pemerintah Ireland secara rasmi meminta kerajaan Israel untuk membenarkan kapal milik Ireland masuk ke Gaza membawa bantuan kemanusiaan," kata Cowen Parlemen di Dublin. Sementara itu, Israel berkeras bahwa kapal manapun datang ke Jalur Gaza akan dilarang.
Namun para aktivis tidak merasa gentar gentar. "Misi kami adalah untuk mematahkan sekatan Israel terhadap 1.5 juta penduduk Gaza dan ini tidak akan menjadi armada terakhir," kata jurucakap Free Gaza Movement Greta Berlin, di Cyprus.
Radio Angkatan Darat Israel melaporkan bahwa kapal itu akan tiba di perairan Gaza pada Jumaat, tapi Berlin menyatakan paling cepat mereka akan sampai pada awal minggu depan. Sekali lagi Israel akan berkonfrantasi dengan masyarakat antara bangsa dan ini menunjukkan ia semakin terpencil dan dibenci oleh dunia, kecuali Amerika.
Liga Arab pula mengumumkan akan memfailkan saman terhadap Israel kerana melanggar hak asasi manusia kerana mengadakan sekatan terhadap Gaza dan menyerang kapal bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza. Langkah ini dilihat lebih kejam, disusul dengan demonstrasi seluruh dunia yang mengutuk rejim Israel.
Sementara itu, banyak yang dapat dipelajari dari peristiwa serangan ganas tentera rejim Israel terhadap kapal misi yang membawa bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza. Rupanya ada hikmah peristiwa ini. Hendaknya mayarakat, khususnya umat Islam, wajar berfikir secara mendalam akan peristiwa ini. Natijah peristiwa ini ialah:
Pertama. Isu Gaza tidak lagi hanya menjadi isu umat Islam, tetapi kini telah menjadi isu kemanusiaan yang menjadi fokus masyarakat antarabangsa, khususnya negara Eropah. Perkembangan ini sangat menarik, menyebabkan Amerika kebingungan bagaimana hendak menghadapi situasi yang tidak pernah berlaku selama ini dan tidak pernah diduganya.
Kedua. Selama ini penentangan terhadap pencerobohan Israel di Palestin, khususnya kepungan terhadap Gaza banyak disuarakan oleh umat Islam, justeru majoritinya adalah umat Islam. Tetapi kini senarionya berubah sama sekali dengan kebangkitan masyarakat antarabangsa menentang Israel kerana kekejaman Yahudi itu yang tidak dapat diterima oleh masyarakat betamadun.
Ketiga. Kemunculan negara Turki yang mengambil inisiatif – bersama NGO hak asasi manusa di Eropah – untuk menyediakan kapal dan mengumpul bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza. Ini menyebabkan kerajaan Turki dan rakyatnya muncul menjadi pembela nasib rakyat Gaza, di mana pemerintah Turki pimpinan Presiden Abdullah Gull dan Perdana Menteri, Recip Toyyeb Erdogan sebagai pembela rakyat Gaza.
Keempat. Keberanian Turki memberi amaran dan mencabar Israel kerana keangkuhan dan sikap tidak berperikemanusiaannya.
Kelima. Sikap positif pemerintah negara Eropah dan rakyatnya terhadap krisis kemanusiaan di Gaza, akibat dikepung oleh Israel.
Keenam.Sikap tidak berperikemanusiaan pemerintah Mesir yang terus menutup sempadan ke Gaza melalui Rafah menyebabkan semua bantuan kemanusiaan melalui jalan darat ke Gaza terhalang. Hanya di saat akhir negara itu membuka sedikit sempadan dengan pemeriksaan sangat ketat dan hanya mereka yang mempunyai urusan amat penting baru mendapat surat izin dari kerajaan Mesir untuk rakyat Gaza menyeberang ke Mesir dan sebaliknya. Mesir hanya membuka sempadannya setelah masyarakat antara bangsa mengutuk Israel kerana tindakannya menyerang konvoi bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza.
Ketujuh. Menyerlahkan sikap Israel yang terus berdegil untuk meneruskan sekatan ke Gaza dan enggan menerima keputusan Majlis Keselamatan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu supaya diadakan Suruhanjaya Penyiasat Antarabanga mengenai isu serangan terhadap misi bantuan kemanusiaan ke Gaza. Israel juga masih mendakwa serangan itu dimulakan oleh sukarelawan kemanusiaan di kapal tersebut yang kononnya membawa pelagai senjata, dakwaan ini dinafikan oleh pelbagai pihak.
Inilah perkembangan baru yang sangat menarik, membuka mata masyarakat antarabangsa mengenai kezaliman Israel. Selepas ini, jika masih ada lagi negara umat Islam, khususnya pemerintah negara Arab, yang mengadakan hubungan diplomatik dengan Israel mestilah dihentikan. Sungguh malang, setelah masyarakat antarabangsa, khususnya masyarakat Eropah menentang kekejaman Israel, mengapa masih ada lagi negara Arab yang mengadakan hubungan dengan negara haram Yahudi itu.
High noon off Gaza
By Lydia Gomez and Elizabeth Zachariah
firstname.lastname@example.orgShare | KUALA LUMPUR: The MV Rachel Corrie, the sole ship remaining in the “Freedom Flotilla” carrying aid for Palestine, may enter Gaza waters by midday today. As at press time, it was 150 nautical miles from Gaza.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed the ship will not reach land.
Perdana Global Peace Organisation representative on board the ship, Ahmad Faizal Azumu, said crew members were intent on completing the mission.
“The Malaysian contingent is determined to continue its journey towards Gaza. We are now 150 nautical miles away from Gaza waters and we intend to complete the mission as entrusted to us by the people of Malaysia.
“The Palestinians are in need of the aid on the Rachel Corrie and we will try our best to ensure that they receive it. Rumours that we are turning back to another port are baseless. We hope and pray that we will be able to succeed and that the international community supports us through this critical time,” he said in a tweet on the PGPO Twitter account.
Ahmad Faizal is one of six Malaysians on board the 1,200-tonne Rachel Corrie. The others are PGPO representatives Matthias Chang and Shamsul Akmar Musa Kamal, member of parliament for Parit Mohd Nizar Zakaria, TV journalist Halim Mohamed and cameraman Jufri Junid.
On Monday, the Israeli navy attacked the lead ship in the “Freedom Flotilla”,
MV Mavi Marmara, 65 nautical miles off the coast of Gaza, which saw nine
activists killed and many more wounded.
Ten Malaysian volunteers and two media members on board the ship were detained but later released by the Israeli authorities. They were taken out of Israel by land to Jordan and are now in Turkey waiting for their flight home.
All 12, accompanied by Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman and Wisma Putra officials, will arrive here early tomorrow.
The Rachel Corrie is the seventh in an eight-ship “Gaza Freedom Flotilla” mission that was supposed to deliver US$20 million (RM65 million) worth of medicine, wheelchairs, books, stationery, cement and other supplies to the war-torn zone.
The eighth ship, the US-flagged Challenger II is anchored in Greece because of mechanical problems and is not expected to set sail for another month.
“As far as I know the supplies that we sent have yet to reach the people in Gaza,” Faizal added.
Foreign media reported that Hamas had not allowed the aid into the Gaza Strip unless all those detained on board the ships are released and that the Israelis agree to channel all supplies, including building materials, into the area.
Israeli forces had imposed a ban on cement and construction materials for fear that Hamas would use them to strengthen military structures.
Netanyahu was quoted by Israel’s Ynet news agency as saying: “We will not allow the ships to reach Gaza. Not now and not later on.”
Speaking at a special session involving seven top ministers in the wake of Monday’s deadly raid and the impending arrival of the Rachel Corrie, Netanyahu said the ship would be directed to the port of Ashdod where the supplies would be sent to Gaza after a security check.
It was reported that he had ordered Israeli forces to exercise “caution and politeness” in handling the ship and that he would consider easing the blockade to allow goods to be transferred to Gaza. The goods, he said, would have to be checked first.
All six ships seized by Israeli forces — US-flagged Challenger 1, Greece’s Eleftheri Mesogeios and Sfendoni, Comoros’ MV Mavi Marmara, Turkey’s Gazze, Kiribati’s Defne Y and Sweden’s MS Sofia — are anchored at the port of Ashdod.
The ships were transporting 10,000 tonnes of goods to the Gaza Strip.
Read more: High noon off Gaza http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/HighnoonoffGaza/Article/#ixzz0py5Pr7aZ
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