It's come to this: Dutch government worried about
terrorists 'violent Jewish settlers'
The Dutch government is warning its citizens who travel in Judea and Samaria to be wary of
'violent Jewish settlers
The travel warning was placed online last month on the website of the Dutch central government for the Palestinian Territories.
“There are security risks for traveling all over the West Bank
including east Jerusalem,” the warning reads. “Be alert when traveling
there. Demonstrations and violent incidents occur regularly. Jewish
colonists live in illegal West Bank settlements and organize
demonstrations regularly around and on the road. These colonists are
sometimes violent. At times, these colonists throw stones at
Palestinians and international vehicles so be alert when traveling
around settlements of Jewish colonists, especially in the hills around
Nablus and Hebron.”
In referencing violence by Palestinians, the text states:
“Palestinians demonstrate regularly against occupation in various
places,” adding that “these demonstrations sometimes involve violence.
There are always Israeli soldiers present during demonstrations. Avoid
demonstrations. Recently, there have been violent incidents in the
border area between east and west Jerusalem. They are aimed at Israelis.
Be alert in those areas and avoid public transportation.”
The warning also applies to the Gaza Strip, where Dutch nationals are
advised not to go due to risk of being shot in fights between various
Islamist groups. “In addition, there exists a risk of becoming a victim
of an Israeli aerial attack,” the warning adds.
Trying to recall the last time anyone died as a result of 'violent Jewish settlers
' throwing stones. (Hint: There haven't been any).
Labels: Dutch anti-Semitism, Holland, Palestinian terrorism, settlements, stone throwers