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Sunday, May 25, 2014

King David's tomb now Judenrein, arrested Jews denied legal counsel

Israel Police cleared King David's tomb of Jews on Sunday morning to ensure that there would be no opposition to Pope Francis' visit to the tomb on Monday (photo credit). 26 Jews were arrested in the expulsion, and they are now being denied legal counsel to ensure that they will not be able to return to the tomb before Monday.

This is from the second link followed by the third link.
26 people were arrested at the site of David’s Tomb in Jerusalem, after they formed a stronghold in protest against the police’s decision to evacuate the area in preparation for Pope Francis’s visit.
Among those taken into custody was a soldier who threatened an officer with his weapon, in an attempt to prevent the arrest of someone else. 

The Haneinu organization claim that the 26 people taken into custody on Sunday at the site of David’s tomb including many youths as young as 14-years-old and that the arrestees have been denied legal counsel.
The organization also claims that police officers exerted much violence against the suspects and even inexplicably broke into a yeshiva (Torah academy) dormitory located at the site of David’s Tomb.
Don't hold your breath waiting for Slimy Shimon to protest the arrests. He's too busy packing his bags to go pray at the Vatican. His forebears  - who were Orthodox Jews - must be rolling over in their graves at the prospect.

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At 12:17 AM, Blogger Alex said...

Usually we are in agreement Sir. However, there are certain times and places for protest - and there are times and places to be reserved. The Arrival of the pope should be something that we can celebrate whether we agree with him or not. He represent over a billion people and can be an important ally in our joint judeo-Christian war again islamism

At 1:31 PM, Blogger Shy Guy said...

Hey, Alex, tape your own mouth shut!


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