Israel’s official politics and resistance


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«Fat Ass» and «Cocksuckers» are only two of numerous invectives with which the settlers welcome an international group visiting Hebron, guided by an ex-Israeli soldier before being commanded at this place. This man knows what he is talking about. With noise attacks, the settlers try to disturb any spreading of information, for example, how settlers regularly attack the Palestinians, and already shot down their market in 1994, terrifying them by organised stealing acts and permanent aggressions, protected by a phlegmatic military that seldom gets active during those attacks. The settlers are protected by Israel’s civil law when on the same territory. At the same time, the Palestinians fall under military law. They cannot even pass the frontier into Jerusalem for the occasion of a family . . .

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Dieter Wieczorekhttp://www.signesdenuit.com
Wieczorek is a film critic and regular contributor to Modern Times Review.

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