11 December 2009

Israeli Anti-Apartheid Crackdown

No peaceful protesting allowed against the Nazi state, even outside its borders. The Israeli Gestapo terrorist team, entered the West Bank of Palestine and conducted a terrorist raid on the home of a leading peace activist and protester against Apartheid. The Anti-Apartheid peace activist was then kidnapped by the Gestapo and has most likely been taken back across the border into the Nazi State for illegal internment.
link A leader of the most persistent Palestinian protest movement against Israel's West Bank separation barrier was asleep in his home when troops broke down his door and arrested him.

Supporters of Abdullah Abu Rahmeh, a 38-year-old teacher, say his pre-dawn arrest on Thursday by dozens of troops is part of a recent, heavy-handed campaign by Israel to shut down a five-year-old movement that is the last source of unrest in the West Bank.

Since 2005, demonstrators led by Abu Rahmeh have marched every Friday from the West Bank village of Bilin to the nearby separation barrier that slices off 60 percent of the village land. Their acts of protest, which have also included chaining themselves to trees, have won praise from Jimmy Carter and Desmond Tutu and support among Israeli peace activists.