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阿拉法特, 結束了他, 悲情的一生.
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美國, 寵以色列.
要求, 巴勒斯坦, 放下武力. 沒有, 對以色列, 做相同的要求.
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這個好笑: 雖然是千人換一人. 也許以色列抓這一千人的時間, 比巴勒斯坦抓這一人的時間還短吧!

以巴協議 以色列千俘換1兵

以色列總理內唐亞胡迎接被綁架的以色列中士沙利特。沙利特穿著軍服,先向內唐亞胡敬禮(左圖),接著擁抱(右圖)。
路透、美聯社

一名獲釋的巴勒斯坦戰俘返回約旦河西岸的巴勒斯坦自治政府所在地,接受親友和支持者歡呼。
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以色列和巴勒斯坦十八日進行爭議性高且極不對稱的換俘行動,以色列為了讓二○○六年被哈瑪斯組織俘虜的中士沙利特(Gilad Shalit)重獲自由,同意釋放一千零廿七名巴勒斯坦戰俘。哈瑪斯談判小組召集人宣稱,以國同意解除對加薩走廊的封鎖,是換俘協議的條件之一。

沙利特乘坐一輛載滿武裝士兵的休旅車越過邊界,進入埃及,車內的武裝士兵後來迅速返回加薩。沙利特在埃及電視台發表首次公開談話,「我非常興奮…希望這項換俘協議能為以巴和平做出貢獻。」

當沙利特搭乘的直升機降落在自衛隊空軍基地時,以色列總理內唐亞胡站在跑道上迎接。沙利特穿著以色列自衛隊制服,向內唐亞胡敬禮,然後兩人並肩走了一小段路,進入室內,沙利特在那裡與雙親團聚。

內唐亞胡在基地召開記者會,宣布「任務完成」,雖然以色列付出重大代價,但他爭取到最划算的交換條件。內唐亞胡說,與哈瑪斯談判成功之前,機會之窗隨時可能關閉。倘若果真如此,沙利特現在已永遠消失了。

沙利特說:「我很想念家人朋友,我希望獲釋,我想告訴大家我所經歷的一切。如果巴勒斯坦戰俘不再與以色列作戰,我很希望他們全部獲釋。」

以色列官員說,載著約四百五十名巴勒斯坦戰俘的幾輛巴士也從以色列開往埃及。

根據協議,從十八日起兩個月內,還有五百五十名巴勒斯坦戰俘將獲釋。有報導說,巴勒斯坦人等到四百七十七名戰俘都獲釋返家後,才釋放沙利特。

沙利特搭機前往以色列中部一個空軍基地做身體檢查。根據軍醫初步診斷,沙利特有營養不良的症狀,而且日照不足。

十八日獲釋的四百七十七名巴勒斯坦戰俘中,約三百人因對以色列發動攻擊被判無期徒刑。據巴方統計,目前仍有六千名巴勒斯坦人被以色列關押其中數十人已被關押超過廿五年。許多以色列人反對這項換俘協議,尤其是當年的罹難者家屬,但有近八成的以國民眾支持此議。

【2011/10/19 聯合報】http://udn.com/



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精打細算猶太人 千換一划算?

以色列同意用一千零廿七名巴勒斯坦戰俘交換一名以色列士兵獲釋,第三者來看,這筆交易怎麼都不划算。以精打細算著稱的猶太人,為何會同意?

英國廣播公司(BBC)中東特派記者康納利分析,以色列此舉既展現力量,也暴露自身弱點。展現力量是因為以國政府再三向充員兵及其家屬保證,一旦被俘,政府會竭盡所能解救;「不放棄一兵一卒」絕非空話。

暴露弱點是因為有心人看見以國政府願意付出如此巨大的代價後,知道日後就算是以國平民被俘,或許都可以比照辦理,來個獅子大開口。

其實,換俘交易背後有許多因素交織其中。首先,是以色列自衛隊的本質。許多以色列人把自衛隊視為守護者。以色列採徵兵制,薪資微薄、勤務繁重且危險,卻是凝聚猶太社群共同體的寶貴經驗,這是在英、美等募兵制國家早就被遺忘的情感。

以色列總統裴瑞茲曾說,沒有以色列自衛隊,就沒有以色列。因此,當一名以國官兵被俘,就形成一種在其他國家罕見的政治壓力。

猶太主義的傳統強調生命可貴和解救戰俘義不容辭。以國總理內唐亞胡在向以色列全國說明他為何決定批准沙利特的換俘協議時,就引用了猶太教法典「塔木德經」的教誨──救一條命應被視為是救世。

此外,當然還有一些不那麼崇高的理由。鑑往知來,如果以色列能藉由出兵搶回沙利特,絕對不會遲疑,但顯然無法藉軍事手段來解決此事。

多年來一直有傳言說,以色列政府準備付出高額懸賞金,徵求能找到以國飛官阿萊德的消息。阿萊德在一九八○年代於黎巴嫩上空遭擊落。

更近一點的前例是在一九八五年,當時以色列釋放了一千一百五十名巴勒斯坦戰俘,來交換三名被俘以色列官兵的釋放。內唐亞胡是經過算計的,加薩走廊和約旦河西岸的相對平靜,有助於他在以國的民意支持度。

【2011/10/19 聯合報】http://udn.com/



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以色列通權達變 埃及數千部隊駐西奈

「經濟學人」週刊今天報導,上週槍手在邊境發動攻擊引發以埃關係緊張後,以色列國防部長巴瑞克(Ehud Barak)將同意埃及在西奈半島部署數千部隊以加強安全。

以埃1979年簽署的和平條約,只允許埃及在非軍事化的西奈半島派駐少數配備輕型武器的邊界守衛,也限制以色列部隊在邊境的部署。

根據「經濟學人」(The Economist)報導,巴瑞克表示,埃及也可以在西奈部署直升機和裝甲車,但是除了已經駐紮在西奈的一個坦克營外,不能增加坦克部隊。

巴瑞克說:「有的時候,你得讓戰術需要凌駕戰略考量。」守經從權,現在就是得這麼辦的時候。

路透社表示,對於這項報導,以色列國防部和總理辦公室都拒絕評論。

好戰份子上週在南部海邊度假勝地埃拉特(Eilat)附近殺害8名以色列人。以色列認為他們是從加薩走廊經西奈半島滲透進以國境內,這使以色列擔心,在穆巴拉克(Hosni Mubarak)2月被推翻後,開羅當局已喪失對西奈半島的掌控。

以色列人和巴勒斯坦人之間以牙還牙、以眼還眼由來已久,但是埃及的介入卻是件新鮮事,而且迅速發展為政治危機。

開羅政權2月突然轉移,使中央對西奈半島的管轄權加速崩解,也使埃及民眾對以色列的普遍敵意有較自由的表達機會。這種仇恨情緒,之前曾遭到穆巴拉克政府小心翼翼予以壓抑。

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No deal: Mideast round ends amid fresh violence

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Mahmoud Abbas, Benjamin NetanyahuAP – U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, left, stands as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, …

JERUSALEM – A mortar attack by Palestinian militants and airstrikes by Israel formed the grim backdrop as Mideast leaders ended their latest round of peace talks Wednesday, still divided on major issues. There was no word on when they would meet again.

The inconclusive U.S.-brokered talks between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas left in doubt the prospects for their new effort to end generations of hostilities in the region and create a sovereign Palestine alongside a secure Israel.

George Mitchell, the U.S. envoy for Mideast peace efforts, emerged from an evening session to say the talks had been encouraging but had fallen short of agreement.

"A serious and substantive discussion is well under way," Mitchell told a news conference.

Abbas and Netanyahu met with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton for about two hours at the Israeli leader's official residence here and agreed to continue the search for a peace deal, he said.

But the leaders face a looming crisis with the expiration this month of Israel's partial moratorium on West Bank settlement construction, and it was not clear when they would reconvene. Lower-level officials will meet next week to work out a plan for the next meeting between Netanyahu and Abbas, Mitchell said.

Clinton planned to meet with Abbas on Thursday at his West Bank offices in Ramallah, and then travel to Amman for a working lunch with Jordan's King Abdullah II, who has been a forceful supporter of the peace talks.

Militants opposed to any deal with Israel have threatened to derail the negotiations, and the Israeli military said eight mortars and one rocket hit Israel Wednesday — the highest daily total since March 2009. There were no injuries.

Israeli warplanes responded by bombing a smuggling tunnel along the Gaza-Egypt border, the military said. Hamas officials said one person was killed and four wounded.

Mitchell said no one should expect an easy road ahead, but he contended important progress was being made.

"The two leaders are not leaving the tough issues to the end of their discussions; they are tackling upfront — and did so this evening — the issues that are at the center of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict," he said. "We take this as a strong indicator of their belief that peace is possible and of their desire to conclude an agreement."

The aim is to reach a final peace deal within one year, with the first step being what Mitchell calls a "framework" agreement that would lay out the main compromises each side would need to make in order to complete a full peace treaty.

But the most immediate obstacle is the approaching expiration of a 10-month Israeli government curb on construction of housing in areas that the Palestinians expect will form the bulk of their sovereign state.

Abbas has threatened to walk out of the talks if Israel resumes construction when the slowdown expires at the end of this month. Clinton and President Barack Obama have called on Netanyahu to extend it.

Netanyahu has signaled he is looking for a compromise. Earlier this week, he said the current curbs won't remain in place after the end of this month, though he will continue to restrict building activity to some extent. It's not clear if that would be enough to satisfy Abbas.

Achieving at least a tacit understanding on West Bank settlements that allows the peace talks to continue is crucial for the Obama administration, which has made an agreement between Israel and the Palestinians a foreign policy priority.

But it would be only a first step toward what Obama hopes will eventually be a comprehensive peace for the region — an Israeli accommodation with Syria and Lebanon as well as the Palestinians.

Jordan and Egypt, which already have peace treaties with Israel, are co-sponsors of this week's talks.Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak hosted Tuesday's negotiations in Sharm el-Sheikh, and Clinton is going to Amman on Thursday to consult with Jordan's King Abdullah.

Mitchell said he will visit Syria on Thursday and Lebanon on Friday in search of a broader Mideast peace, although there is no apparent movement toward direct negotiations between Israel and either country.

The U.S. view is that even tentative steps toward such talks would bolster the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations by raising hopes for success.

Mitchell made no mention of the mortar shells fired into Israel by Palestinian militants in Gaza or of Israel's retaliatory air strike on Gaza — violence that erupted just as the leaders were sitting down for a second day of talks. Clinton and the two leaders had met on Tuesday in Egypt to begin their first substantive negotiations in nearly two years.

Abbas did not comment publicly and Netanyahu's only remark was that the peace negotiations were difficult but necessary work.

At his news conference, Mitchell refused to say what sort of compromises were under discussion on the divisive issue of Jewish settlements. He said it was necessary to keep the details confidential to keep the talks on track.

Private U.S. analysts are split on the prospects.

Martin Indyk, a former U.S. ambassador to Israel and now director of the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution, told The Associated Press that he was cautiously optimistic. The test, he said, will come in two weeks when Netanyahu is due to decide whether to extend the partial moratorium on settlement construction.

"I have reason to be hopeful," Indyk said, pointing out that Netanyahu has called Abbas his partner and has said that the Palestinians need sovereignty — "which is very new and critical to a deal."

Jim Phillips, Middle East specialist at the Heritage Foundation, took a pessimistic stance. He focused his concern on Iran and Hamas, the militant Palestinian group that controls Gaza.

"It is politically incorrect to say so, but I believe there can be no genuine peace so long as Hamas remains a spoiler backed by Iran," Phillips said.




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U.N. rights envoy sees Israeli war crimes in Gaza







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A United Nations human rights investigator said on Thursday that Israel's military assault on densely populated Gaza appeared to constitute a grave war crime.



Richard Falk, U.N. special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories, said the Geneva Conventions required warring forces to distinguish between military targets and surrounding civilians.



"If it is not possible to do so, then launching the attacks is
inherently unlawful and would seem to constitute a war crime of the
greatest magnitude under international law," Falk said.



"On the basis of the preliminary evidence available, there is reason to
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