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(en) alternativa libertaria fdca: Palestine Israel, report from the popular and anti-fascist struggle in May 2018 (it) [machine translation]
Wed, 6 Jun 2018 11:03:48 +0300
Anti-Fascist activists from Jerusalem have taken action against the annual nationalist
"Parade of the Flag" initiative, in which thousands of people come to march and set hatred
on our streets, with thousands of national flags and racist chants and fascists full of
hate. The action was also an act of solidarity towards the Palestinian shopkeepers forced
to close so that the parade could pass through their streets. ---- The activists unrolled
a huge banner at the main intersection of the parade route between Via Re Giorgio and Via
Yehuda. ---- The Israeli police arrested 6 activists and after the interrogation and a
long wait released them but seized the banner because it would "hurt public awareness".
---- The banner reads: "Jerusalem against nationalism" in Hebrew and Arabic.
Our Jerusalem is a city of Love, Welcome and Diversity, and we will not allow anyone to
paint it with colors that only bring us more hatred, nationalism and violence.
Antifa Gerusalemme / Al Quds
Bil'in, Friday 18-5-18, 687th non-violent weekly demonstration. Fight against occupation,
separation wall / fence and settlers.
5 Israelis from the Anarchists against the Wall initiative and 1 international activist
joined the village activists.
We concentrated on the orchard of the Abu Lamun oak grove and marched to the section of
the wall closest to the settlement. As the demonstration began a little late, Israeli
state forces got tired and left before the demonstration began.
When we reached the wall we told the neighboring settlers and the absent state forces what
we think of them before returning to the village.
Bil'in, Friday 11-5-18 , 686th non-violent weekly demonstration. Fight against occupation,
separation wall / fence and settlers. 7 Israelis from the Anarchists against the Wall
initiative and 5 international activists joined the village activists.
We marched singing towards the gate of the separation wall. Many members of the Israeli
state forces watched us from the hill beyond the wall to protect it from our anger.
When we reached the gate we turned to the members of the Israeli forces telling them what
we think of them and of the occupation. Then we marched along the wall to a point where we
were in front of the security forces and we continued to face them. After a while we
walked to the nearest point to the settlement and for a while we turned to the settlers we
saw in the distance behind the wall before returning to the Abu Lamun oak grove.
Bil'in, Friday 4-5-18 , 685th non-violent weekly demonstration. Fight against occupation,
separation wall / fence and settlers. 3 Israelis from the Anarchists Against the Wall
initiative and 3 international activists joined the village activists.
We marched singing to the gate of the separation wall. 3 members of Israeli state forces
were watching us from the hill beyond the separation wall to protect the wall from our anger.
When we reached the gate, we told the Israeli security forces what we think of them and
about the occupation. Then we marched singing along the wall to the nearest point to the
settlement and for a while we turned to the settlers who we saw far beyond the wall before
returning to the Abu Lamun oak grove.
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