4 thoughts on “Occupation’s Chickens Coming Home to Roost: Israeli Social Justice Protesters Stalked by IDF Surveillance Vehicle – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Seems strange that so many people risk their lives to get to Israel only to be beaten mercilessly by rioters, sent to a concentration/detention camp and deported. Has the word not reached Sudan and Eritrea that this is the fate that awaits those who make the treacherous journey out of their home country, across Egypt, and then over to Israel? It hardly seems worth the danger. Perhaps with the recent changes in the government of Egypt, that country will prove to be a more welcoming place of refuge for those fleeing Sudan and Eritrea, and those refugees won’t need to risk their lives to surreptitiously enter Israel only to face beating, arrest, and deportation.

    1. You tell a man facing starvation or murder in his home country not to come to a nation that offers enormous wealth and promise compared to what he finds nearby? How strongly will your warning sound to him?

  2. The enemy within and the enemy without — step by step control by a handful of fat cats and their sponsors. This is how a social justice movement could be radicalized and could find allies among the disaffected in the WB and Gaza, however far-fetched that may seem at the moment. The worse it gets, the better.

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