Settlers Install An Illegal Outpost On Palestinian Land In Hebron

by Saed Bannoura

A group of armed, extremist, Israeli settlers occupied on Monday a Palestinian agricultural land in Wadi Al Hasseen area, east of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and installed several tents.

Graffiti such as "Die Arab Sand-Niggers!" is often  sprayed on Palestinian houses by Israeli settlers - CPT http://cpt.org
Graffiti such as “Die Arab Sand-Niggers!” is often sprayed on Palestinian houses by Israeli settlers – CPT http://cpt.org

Local sources reported that the settlers came from the illegal Keryat Arba settlement in Hebron, and installed tents at the land of Al Botty Jaber after forcing the famers out.

The land in question is 15 Dunams; it is located close to the illegal Keryat Araba’ settlement.

All settlements in the occupied territories, including in occupied East Jerusalem, are illegal, violate the international Law and the Fourth Geneva Conversions.

Source Via Uruknet


  1. Ponce said,

    April 20, 2010 at 22:15

    Like a canser that spreads thruout the Palestinian land…….

  2. Pancho Villa said,

    April 20, 2010 at 23:01

    It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees…

  3. April 21, 2010 at 05:31

    Just a few notes: tents are erected, art exhibits are installed. I’m not exactly sure who ‘famers’ are, but I imagine the farmers were just as displeased to have been removed from their homes.

    I realize that English isn’t always the first language of the writers of associate posts, but still, there is a point at which the sublime passes the ridiculous and the level of content beguiles all possibilities of comprehension through the unintentional obfuscations aroused by the poorly crafted prose.

    That isn’t to say that I’m expecting everything to be written as though it were coming from a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist … nor do I expect it to read like something I’ve written (the above paragraph was intentionally over-wrought to make a point – if you didn’t get it, reread the paragraph out loud), though that has happened in the past and will likely happen in the future (I have an in with the owner of the blog, after all).

    Suffice it to say, it’s wonderful to get the news out, but McLuhan was wrong: the medium is NOT the message – the MESSAGE is the message. If it is poorly crafted, people will not understand what you are trying to convey and if that happens, you have failed.

    Wie viel ist Aufzuleiden!

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