No People Should Be Treated as Untouchable - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • StanleyHeller
    • 06.07.11 | 16:09 (IDT)

    No “infiltration” is planned. Hundreds of people are coming to Ben Gurion airport and then are hoping to travel to the West Bank. They’re going to visit with Palestinians and stand up for their human rights. Imagine that! And they’re not going to hide their plans and make up stories about where they’re going. The campaign is called “Welcome to Palestine”. People are sick and tired of their treatment by authorities if it’s found they have anything to do with Palestinians.: the interrogations, the searches, the hours of useless waiting, the hostility by airport personnel and all the people who are just immediately bundled up and sent out on the next plane. This is the 21st century. Attempts to make millions of people “untouchable” will not prevail. You can listen to an interview with one of the organizers of “Welcome to Palestine“, Prof. Mazin Qumsiyeh, in the pod casts at TheStruggle.org

    from the article: Israel deports five ahead of anticipated influx of pro-Palestinian activists
    First published 15:37 06.07.11 | Last updated 15:37 06.07.11
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