Month: November 2012

Gaza – the final figures

The recent outbreak of fighting in Gaza lasted for nine days from November 14th until the ceasefire at 21.00 on November 22nd. The UN has confirmed casualty figures up to 15.00 hours on the 22nd. They can be seen on:
They are:
158 Palestinians killed
6 Israelis killed
The Gazan health authorities have given a final figure of 162 deaths (not including one death since the ceasefire) but the UN is yet to issue its final figure.
Looking only at confirmed civilian deaths, the figures are
103 Palestinian civilians killed
4 Israeli civilians killed
By comparison the earlier Israeli offensive in Gaza lasted 22 days from December 27th 2008 to January 18th 2009. It resulted in:
1,377 Palestinians killed
13 Israelis killed (including four by friendly fire)
The UN has been keeping casualty figures for every week since May 2003. They show that at least as many Gazans have died in the periods of relative ‘calm’ as have died in the outbreaks themselves.
There is little reporting in the UK of ‘minor’ incidents resulting in a few Palestinian deaths, but the cumulative effect of these incidents is huge.
In the period in between the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza (August 2005) and the first Israeli offensive in Gaza (December 2008), the casualties were
1,315 Gazans were killed by Israelis
43 Israelis by Palestinians (of which 6 were killed by rocket attacks in southern Israel).
In the period of supposed ‘truce’ between the first and second outbreaks (from January 2009 to July 2012) twice as many people died on both sides as in the recent outbreak:
318 Gazans were killed by Israelis
21 Israelis were killed by Palestinians, three by rocket attacks from Gaza.
In the same period there were
1,162 Gazans injured by Israeli fire
12 Israelis were injured by Gazans (7 in Gaza and 5 in Israel, 1 by rocket fire).
In the entire period covered by the UN OCHA database (May 2003 – July 2012) there have been
3,437 Palestinians killed by Israelis
135 Israelis killed by Palestinians (a ratio of 25:1).
President Obama said that “Israel has every right to expect that it does not have missiles fired into its territory” . UN figures confirm that 180 Gazan missiles were sent in the last 24 hours up to 15.00 hours on November 21.
What is also true is that number of missiles sent bears no relation to the number of casualties. In the years covered by the UN OCHA database (May 2003 – July 2012) there have been
160 Gazans killed by Israeli missiles
7 Israelis killed by Gazan missiles
On that basis the chances of being killed by a missile is about 22 times higher in Gaza than in the Israeli towns of Sderot or Ashkelon that have been the target of Gazan missiles.
The Israeli deputy prime minister has pointed out that Israel has “minimised casualties” by using “precision” weapons targeted on suspected militants, but even with these precision weapons the UN figures show two-thirds of victims were civilians. Gaza is the most densely populated place in the world because two thirds of its population are refugees from Israel itself who have no choice but to live there.

Hague gives Obama a year to sort out peace process

After that Europeans won’t vote with US on Palestine

American leadership of peace process will be ‘in doubt’

UK not to support Palestine at UN because of US Congress

Foreign Secretary William Hague came under pressure on three issues during a Commons debate about the Gaza crisis on Tuesday November 20th: did Hamas bear principal responsibility? was Israel’s response proportionate? And why wasn’t the UK supporting Palestine at the UN? He also said the US should press for a peace settlement ‘within a year’.

Principal responsibility

In his statement William Hague said “Hamas bears principal responsibility for the start of the current crisis” but this was challenged by MPs of all parties.

Mark Durkan (Foyle) (SDLP): We cannot all subscribe to the hierarchy of blame offered by the Foreign Secretary for the immediate crisis.

Anas Sarwar (Glasgow Central) (Lab): Surely the Foreign Secretary sees the double standards in his statements….surely the principal reason behind this ongoing conflict is an ongoing illegal occupation and an ongoing siege and blockade in Gaza.

Mr David Ward (Bradford East) (LD): Many people believe that the blockade of Gaza amounts to an act of aggression perpetrated by the state of Israel against the Palestinians every single day, whether a rocket or a shot is fired.

Simon Danczuk (Rochdale) (Lab): Unless the blockade of Gaza is ended, there will be little chance of a permanent end to the violence.

Labour’s shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander said that, although the rockets were the proximate cause of the crisis, the deeper causes reflect the failure over years and decades to achieve a two-state solution.

“Every time a military solution is prioritised over a political solution, greater future problems are generated. Indeed, there is and can be no military solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Proportionate response

“Acknowledging as I do Israel’s right to defend itself does not oblige the British Government to suspend judgment on the wisdom of its chosen actions.

“The scale of the casualties in Gaza, together with the continuing blockade, fuels hatred and emboldens those seeking to isolate Israel internationally.

“Permanent occupation and blockade is not a strategy for peace; it is a recipe for repeated conflict.”

Sir Menzies Campbell (North East Fife) (LD): Israel has an unambiguous right to defend itself, but along with such rights go duties and in this case the duty is to use only proportionate means to effect that defence. Does the Foreign Secretary believe that targeted assassination, the destruction of civilian infrastructure and the imposition of casualties on women and children is consistent with that duty?

The Foreign Secretary refused to get into a debate about whether the Israeli response was proportionate or disproportionate until a ceasefire had been agreed

Sir Gerald Kaufman (Manchester, Gorton) (Lab): Is it not interesting that when Assad lethally represses the Syrian people, he is the bad guy, yet when Netanyahu lethally represses the Palestinian people, he is the goodbye—[Interruption.]I mean the good guy—I wish it was goodbye! It is this kind of discriminatory attitude by the international community that will prevent there being peace in the Middle East.

Mr David Winnick (Walsall North) (Lab): No one is trying to justify rocket firing into Israel, but does the Foreign Secretary recognise that Israeli air strikes have caused so many civilian casualties in Gaza that the killing of children—the burning to death of children—should be considered a war crime?

Mr Andy Slaughter (Hammersmith) (Lab): Palestinian victims of Israeli atrocities are so many that they often go unnamed. I would like to name the four youngest members of the El Dallo family: Sara, 7; Jamal, 6; Yusef, 4; and Ibrahim, 2. They were four of nine family members and of 26 children killed in Israeli air strikes in the last week

Lisa Nandy (Wigan) (Lab): There will be no solution to this appalling and tragic situation if any side feels that it can act with impunity, in particular, where Israel’s recent actions are found to have breached international law and fallen far, far short of the UN Convention On The Rights Of The Child.

United Nations vote

The Foreign Secretary revealed for the first time why he is urging President Abbas to drop the Palestinian bid for statehood at the UN, even though he has often said he believes Palestine should be recognised as a state.

The reason is “because of the possible reaction of the US Congress and the possibility of Israel withholding tax revenues”.

The US Congress has said it will block funding to the Palestinian Authority if the PLO submits its motion on statehood to the UN on November 29 and Israel has said it will withhold tax and customs revenues it collects on behalf of the Palestinians as an illegal sanction to try to bankrupt the PA..

“That is the reason for our position on the matter, and it has the best interests of the Palestinians and the creation of a Palestinian state at heart.

“In international affairs when our heart and our head pull in different directions, we have to give precedence to the considerations of our head.”

The Shadow Foreign Minister said: “Labour urges the Government to support the Palestinians’ bid for enhanced status at the United Nations at this month’s General Assembly meeting. This is not an alternative to negotiations, but a bridge for beginning them.

“The Foreign Secretary argued that recognition at the UN could “risk paralysing the process”, but when will he understand? There is continued illegal settlement building. There are continued rocket attacks. There is continued fear and anxiety. There is continued occupation. There is continued blockade. But there are no meaningful negotiations, and there have not been any for a number of years.

“The British Government, among others, have a heavy responsibility to advance that goal at the United Nationals in the coming weeks.”

Former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said: “I find his reason for that refusal utterly incomprehensible. It is not that I disagree with it; I simply do not understand why our voting for the resolution would make the situation worse. Surely it would make it much better.

“Israel pockets any concession made by the West to accommodate its position and then not only does nothing but makes the situation worse—by illegal settlement building, for example.”

Many MPs said the UK’s refusal to vote ‘yes’ would boost Hamas and undermine Fatah.

Douglas Alexander said: “The marginalisation of the Palestinian Authority by these events further diminishes the prospects for immediate negotiations—and Palestinian unity—and Hamas will undoubtedly claim itself to be the victor, whatever the outcome.”

Sandra Osborne (Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock) (Lab): In seeking to discourage a vote on observer status at the UN, he is undermining those Palestinians who seek a peaceful solution and bolstering Hamas and other extremists.

Mr Hague denied he was undermining Fatah and said: “There might not be a better Palestinian leadership for Israel to come to a peace agreement with than the current one.”

Martin Horwood (Cheltenham) (LD): Will the Foreign Secretary …. heed the advice (of President Morsi of Egypt) to vote ‘yes’ to the recognition of Palestinian statehood at the United Nations, thereby demonstrating some small progress for those Palestinians who are promoting the path of diplomacy, not violence?

Mark Hendrick (Preston) (Lab/Co-op): When an organisation such as Hamas gets international sympathy and support,…. does he not think Israel’s approach is a mistake, and if so, is he willing to say so?

Mr Hague replied: …. Israel is making a mistake through settlement building, through not easing access into Gaza and through not, so far, making a more decisively advantageous proposition to the Palestinians about a two-state solution than they have made in recent years.

Within a year

Mr Ben Bradshaw (Exeter) (Lab): Meaningful progress towards a two-state solution is made only when American Presidents in their second term use that freedom to make the huge effort that is required. What are the Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister doing to persuade Barack Obama that he needs to make such an effort?

Mr Hague replied: “The US will hear very clearly from us at every level that this provides an opportunity—perhaps the last opportunity—to push this forward.

“If that does not happen within a year from now, the US would probably find the votes of many European nations being very different, the process being very different and American leadership of that process being in considerable doubt.

“The US still has a unique degree of leverage over all concerned and a particular influence on Israel, so it is important for the Americans to be able to lead such efforts. The EU should act in a way that buttresses and supports those efforts—unless they are not made or come to an end.

Other MPs

Jeremy Corbyn (Islington North) (Lab) urged Mr Hague to send his Middle East minister Alistair Burt to visit Gaza, and talk to the people and their elected representatives and examine for himself the destruction Israeli war planes have wrought on the people of Gaza.

Sarah Teather (Brent Central) (LD): I visited Gaza in early 2009 with other Members of the House in the weeks following Operation Cast Lead. The evidence of destruction and misery that I saw there was almost indescribable. May I urge the Foreign Secretary not just to warn Israel against a ground invasion but to condemn those plans in the strongest possible terms?

Cathy Jamieson (Kilmarnock and Loudoun) (Lab/Co-op): Under normal circumstances the hospitals and medical facilities in Gaza operate without essential supplies, and that has been exacerbated in the past week. What efforts have the UK Government made to ensure that essential medical equipment and supplies reach Gaza urgently?

Mr Andrew Love (Edmonton) (Lab/Co-op): May I press the Foreign Secretary once again on the importance of ending the blockade if we are to make progress in the peace process? The impact of the blockade on the Palestinian people, in terms of the destruction of their economy, has been mentioned, but there is also an impact on Israel: there is a thriving tunnel economy and most of the weapons currently being used in Gaza come through it. There could be a win-win situation if we can make progress on the issue.

From Conservative Friends of Israel:

Mr James Arbuthnot (North East Hampshire) (Con): I draw the House’s attention to my interests as declared in the register. There is a world of difference between Hamas, which specifically targets Israeli children, and Israel, which does its best to avoid killing Palestinian children, although both sometimes fail.

Jessica Lee (Erewash) (Con): First, I declare an interest: I have just returned from a trip to Israel and the West Bank. Israel has made genuine efforts to provide humanitarian assistance to Gaza, to maintain the fabric of civilian life there, and that has been done despite the current hostilities and increased number of rocket attacks.

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Howarth George Lab Signed old EDM, but not signed 502 yet
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Smith Julian Con Not signed
Smith Nick Lab Not signed
Smith Owen Lab Not signed
Smith Robert LD Not signed
Soames Nicholas Con Signed
Soubry Anna Con Not signed
Spellar John Lab Not signed
Spelman Caroline Con Not signed
Spencer Mark Con Not signed
Stanley John Con Not signed
Stephenson Andrew Con Signed
Stevenson John Con Not signed
Stewart Bob Con Not signed
Stewart Iain Con Not signed
Stewart Rory Con Not signed
Straw Jack Lab Signed
Streeter Gary Con Not signed
Stride Mel Con Not signed
Stringer Graham Lab Not signed
Stuart Gisela Lab Not signed
Stuart Graham Con Not signed
Stunell Andrew LD Not signed
Sturdy Julian Con Not signed
Sutcliffe Gerry Lab Not signed
Swales Ian LD Signed
Swayne Desmond Con Not signed
Swinson Jo LD Signed old EDM, but not signed 502 yet
Swire Hugo Con Not signed
Syms Robert Con Not signed
Tami Mark Lab Not signed
Tapsell Peter Con Not signed
Teather Sarah LD Signed
Thomas Gareth Lab/Co-op Not signed
Thornberry Emily Lab Not signed
Thurso John LD Not signed
Timms Stephen Lab Not signed
Timpson Edward Con Not signed
Tomlinson Justin Con Not signed
Tredinnick David Con Not signed
Trickett Jon Lab Not signed
Truss Elizabeth Con Not signed
Turner Andrew Con Not signed
Turner Karl Lab Not signed
Twigg Derek Lab Not signed
Twigg Stephen Lab/Co-op Not signed
Tyrie Andrew Con Not signed
Umunna Chuka Lab Not signed
Uppal Paul Con Not signed
Vaizey Edward Con Not signed
Vara Shailesh Con Not signed
Vaz Keith Lab Not signed
Vaz Valerie Lab Signed
Vickers Martin Con Signed old EDM, but not signed 502 yet
Villiers Theresa Con Not signed
Walker Charles Con Not signed
Walker Robin Con Not signed
Wallace Ben Con Not signed
Walley Joan Lab Signed
Walter Robert Con Signed
Ward David LD Signed
Watkinson Angela Con Not signed
Watson Tom Lab Not signed
Watts Dave Lab Signed
Weatherley Mike Con Not signed
Webb Steve LD Not signed
Weir Mike SNP Signed
Wharton James Con Not signed
Wheeler Heather Con Not signed
White Chris Con Not signed
Whiteford Eilidh SNP Signed
Whitehead Alan Lab Signed
Whittaker Craig Con Not signed
Whittingdale John Con Not signed
Wiggin Bill Con Not signed
Willetts David Con Not signed
Williams Hywel PC Signed
Williams Mark LD Signed
Williams Roger LD Signed
Williams Stephen LD Signed
Williamson Chris Lab Not signed
Williamson Gavin Con Not signed
Willott Jenny LD Not signed
Wilson Phil Lab Not signed
Wilson Rob Con Not signed
Wilson Sammy DU Not signed
Winnick David Lab Signed
Winterton Rosie Lab Not signed
Wishart Pete SNP Signed old EDM, but not signed 502 yet
Wollaston Sarah Con Not signed
Wood Mike Lab Not signed
Woodcock John Lab/Co-op Not signed
Woodward Shaun Lab Not signed
Wright David Lab Not signed
Wright Iain Lab Not signed
Wright Jeremy Con Not signed
Wright Simon LD Signed
Yeo Tim Con Signed old EDM, but not signed 502 yet
Young George Con Not signed
Zahawi Nadhim Con Not signed