It follows their Facebook pages, uses fake profiles to 'befriend' them and presents screenshots of posts in court – this is how Israel Police is adding social activists to its virtual surveillance list. 'They know what I write and do,' Ethiopian protest leader says.09:46 06.02.16 | 1 comments
First, let's start with your idea that Israel has the right to shoot at them while they are doing it. This right does not exist. When a nation fearing invasion puts up strictly defensive barriers on its own territory, it is exercising a fundamental right and no one has the right to interfere. If the measures had an offensive nature, that might make it another case, but they don't. Next, the UN may have a group speaking out against laying mines, but that is just a group; the UN as a body has never ruled on this.