Israeli invaders kill 168, wound 17,259, shoot Peace Activist twice. Boycott Israel!


Related imageFrom May to 13 August 2018, 168 Palestinians have been been killed protesting the closed Gaza border.[wikipedia 3] By the end of July 2018, 17,259 had been injured, many permanently maimed.

Norwegian Palestine-solidarity activist Kristin Foss was shot twice in a week by Israeli soldiers. The first time she was shot whilst standing with her hands raised, and the second occurred when she was standing against a wall.

Israeli forces shoot Norwegian peace activist twice in one week (VIDEO)

Kristin was standing still with her hands raised when she was shot in Kafr Qaddum during a weekly demonstration last Saturday.Image result for total number casualties Great Return GazaMourners console the mother (C) of 15-year-old Palestinian teenager Azzam, murdered  by the Israeli army.

Foss and another activist were walking with an elderly Palestinian man who asked them to help him get back to his car which the soldiers were using as a shield. International activists often attend Palestinian protests in a bid to discourage Israelis from using excessive force.

The man was talking to the soldiers and Foss and the other activist were filming from a distance. A soldier tells Foss it is dangerous and she responds: “It’s dangerous that you’re pointing a gun at us,” as a shot is fired. Seconds later, another shot is heard and Foss is hit in the abdomen.

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said last week it had asked the Israeli authorities to explain the circumstances, VG reports.

Foss, who is an International Solidarity Movement volunteer, returned to the village the next Friday to support demonstrators. The weekly protests at Kafr Qaddum are to demonstrate against the closure of a road which has been closed to Palestinians for seven years, forcing them to travel more than 14 km (9 miles) to reach the regional capital of Nablus.

Bruises and wound on Foss’s abdomen

In a video, filmed before she was shot, she said that although the demonstrations had not started, the IDF had already “invaded the town.”

Foss was leaning against a wall “well behind” the demonstrations when she was shot in the ankle by a rubber bullet, she told RT.Related image

When she was in an ambulance with another man who had been shot in the shoulder, they had to turn back after another person was shot in the head.

An IDF spokesperson told RT that the protests were “violent riots” and “Palestinians threw stones at IDF soldiers and burned tires.”

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Israel’s rulers just laugh at our solidarity protests and ignore dozens of UN rulings and International Law.
But they do start to listen ( a bit) when targeted boycott’s hit their pockets.
Lets organize to force them to lift the siege of Gaza and at least compensate the Palestinians and treat them equally.
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Support Palestinian Prisoners on Hungerstrike

palestinian hunger strike#PalHunger | millions of people to support Electronic media campaign in support of hunger striking prisoners

December 15, 2012 by occupiedpalestine

AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Dozens of Palestinian activists have been organizing the largest media campaign to support the hunger striking prisoners in Israeli jails via different social networking sites.

The campaigners said that next Monday will be an international day of solidarity with the hunger strikers in the Israeli jails, especially the captives Samer al-Issawi and Ayman Sharawna, who have been refusing food for nearly half a year.

Dozens of Palestinian and Arab pages on the social networking sites, as Facebook and Twitter, will participate in the campaign, in addition to the participation of the largest Arab networks, the local radio stations and the Palestinian satellite channels on the social networking sites. Continue reading “Support Palestinian Prisoners on Hungerstrike”

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