Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The New Israel Fund's Campaign of Terror

If you go here (in Hebrew), you can see how the New Israel Fund is launching a terror campaign against its right-of-center rivals.

While their ad terms the actions of the "Price Tag" phenomenon as terror, their text doesn't.  It avoids it.  Was their a change of mind but too late to alter the ad?

Do all the sponsoring/participating organizations agree that the actions are "terror"?

Is the throwing of rocks by anarchists also terror?*

Have the organizations been bought by NIF money into a radical leftwing frame?


* at last Friday's demo at Nebi Salah, I have this information from a resident of Neveh Tzuf:

They came from Nabi Salah to block the road 1.5 - 2 hours before Shabbat when most guests arrive. The residents here had nothing to do with them - the shomer yom waited inside the gate to prevent any assault on the fence but the soldiers appeared quickly and took them away. For us, the incident was over.
I reported this to Yediot's Akiva Novick and to Josh Breman's Y-Net.
Tazpit has footage.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

they want terror?

Police include Occupy movement on ‘terror’ list
By Adam Parris-Long | Yahoo! News – Mon, Dec 5, 2011

City of London Police have sparked controversy by producing a brief in which the Occupy London movement is listed under domestic terrorism/extremism threats to City businesses.

The document was given to protesters at their “Bank of Ideas” base on Sun Street – a former site of financial corporation UBS. City police have stepped up an effort to quell the movement since they occupied the building on 18 November, with the document stating: “It is likely that activists aspire to identify other locations to occupy, especially those they identify with capitalism.

“Intelligence suggests that urban explorers are holding a discussion at the Sun Street squat. This may lead to an increase in urban exploration activity at abandoned or high profile sites in the capital.” The Occupy movement is listed alongside threats posed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia (FARC), Al Qaeda and Belarusian terrorists.