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Sunday, June 08, 2008

EU moonbats injured at 'security fence' protest in Samaria

Three EU dignitaries moonbats were injured on Friday at a protest near the 'security fence' construction site at Bil'in, which is next to Kiryat Sefer in Samaria. The moonbats joined the protest, apparently believing that their 'dignitary' status would spare them any indignities. They were wrong.
The vice president of the European parliament, an Italian judge and a Northern Irish Nobel Peace prize laureate were among the five people injured at Friday's weekly demonstration in Bil'in against the separation fence.

The three dignitaries - Giulio Toscano, Luisa Morgantini and Mairead Corrigan Maguire - were visiting the Palestinian village as part of a three-day international conference on non-violent resistance, which ended Friday.


The incident occurred after the dignitaries arrived to observe the site where the barrier is being constructed. Their party included Palestinian leaders Jibril Rajoub and Mustafa Barghouti, as well as other Palestinian and Israeli anti-fence activists.

Toscano, the judge, was hit in the head by a tear-gas dispenser, witnesses and medics said. A Red Crescent ambulance took him to Ramallah for medical treatment. Morgantini, who belongs to the European Parliament's United Left party, was treated along with Maguire for smoke and tear gas inhalation at the scene.
Sorry, but 'internationals,' regardless of their 'dignitary' status endanger Israeli soldiers and civilians. They have no right to expect any different treatment than the 'Palestinian' terrorists themselves get. Thankfully, now that Berlusconi is in power in Italy, we probably won't even see a protest from the Italian government (under Prodi, we certainly would have).


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