Skip to comments.Yesha Human Rights: Stop Persecution of Right Wing
Posted on 01/15/2012 4:24:22 AM PST by Eleutheria5
Orit Struk, Director of the Yesha Human Rights organization responded to the decision of the High Court to release the five right wing detainees to house arrest.
We call upon the PM and Justice Minister to seriously internalize the criticism of High Court Judge Amit about applying outdated charges against demonstration organizers. Stop the unbridled wild oppression of the right wing detainees at the hands of the State Attorneys Office, that deals a fatal blow to the principles of democracy and...
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Naturally, where there are Joooz! getting undermined by their own government, the Arabs will come and assault them. So one of the intransigent Joooz!, name of Wolfe I believe, was rushed by five Arabs at once. He had a licensed rifle, and shot two of them strictly to wound. The other three beat him but failed to take away his gun or kill him. The entire incident was on video. Despite the fact that he was clearly in the right, and used his firearm to defend himself, and with restraint, they put him under house arrest, revoked his firearm license, and kept him under house arrest for a few months. The minyan was started in his house in Remat Mamre to support him against the government's blatant injustices. He was finally released, seeing as he had done nothing wrong, but the minyan remains. And the Bet Shalom complex remains closed to this date. You can see it on your way to the Shrine of the Patriarchs. It has concrete road blocks right against all the entrances. One fine day, we will have a government that will gladly open it up again, and allow the builders to finish the work, and the families to move in. It won't be Bibi/Ehud's government, though.
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