Zionist Oppression and Acts of Violence
Opponents of Zionist Approval of the 'Abomination' Parade are Punished
Thursday, June 14, 2007
A mass demonstration was held in Jerusalem in the neighborhood of Beit Yisroel.
Grand Rabbi Moshe Sternbuch of the anti Zionist Jewish community in Jerusalem, known as Eda Hacharedis, spoke out against the State of "Israel" and the government officials of the city of Jerusalem. He decried the existence of the State of "Israel" and its government's support of an "abomination Parade" which has been scheduled to take place in the heart of the Holy City, Jerusalem, on the street of King David, on June 21 '07.
Thousands of orthodox Jews gathered in the mass demonstration. Several Rabbis spoke, to voice the opposition of the Jewish religious community, to the existence of the Zionist State and against the Zionist government, for once more rebelling against the Almighty, by aiding and abetting the desecration of the Almighty's Holy City.
The peaceful demonstrators were violently attacked by the police. Nine people were arrested and others were beaten mercilessly.
Sunday, June 17, 2007
A mass demonstration took place in Jerusalem, on Bar Ilan Street.
Thirty five thousand people gathered, to cry out against the "Pro-perversion Parade" and to demonstrate against the government officials of the city of Jerusalem, for supporting a rebellion against the Almighty.
The demonstrators were peaceful and the protest began peacefully and orderly.
According to Israeli television Channel 2, during the demonstration, two undercover policemen, dressed as Orthodox Yeshiva students, mingled with the demonstrators and began throwing rocks at the police. Their goal was the justification for the police to attack the demonstrators and to launch a confrontation with the special force police, known as "Yassam". Unfortunately that is exactly what happened, the police fell upon the demonstrators and mercilessly beat them including amongst them, elderly men, women and children.
Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Thursday, June 21, 2007 (the day of the Parade)
Seven thousand police officers, costing the town 13 million shekels, supported and watched the people marching in the Pro-perversion Parade.
Tens of thousands of people opposing the parade, demonstrated around the entire city of Jerusalem.Â At the end of the day, more than one hundred people have been arrested, for praying specific prayers for the cessation of this abomination and for peacefully crying out in pain, for the desecration of the holiness of Jerusalem.
To be continued
More acts of violence and oppression.....