woensdag 27 juni 2012

Drie ultra-orthodoxe mannen gearresteerd voor bekladden Yad Vashem Holocaust monument

 
Ook de Nederlandse media maakten hier gisteren melding van.
Het wordt niet vermeld, maar zou niet hoeven verbazen als de drie opgepakte ultra-orthodoxe Joden lid blijken te zijn van Naturei Karteh, de bekendste antizionistische groepering, die graag wordt aangehaald door antizionisten die beweren dat 'echte Joden' geen zionisten zijn. Ongelofelijk is vooral dat ze Yad Vashem en de Holocaust erbij halen om hun religieuze overtuiging te ventileren, en ook dat doet denken aan Naturei Karteh, die zelfs meermaals op bezoek ging bij Holocaust-ontkenner Achmadinejad.
 
Wouter
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Three ultra-Orthodox men arrested for vandalizing Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial

http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/three-ultra-orthodox-men-arrested-for-vandalizing-yad-vashem-holocaust-memorial-1.444077

Suspects, also accused of desecrating Ammunition Hill memorial with anti-Zionist graffiti in April, arrested after lengthy undercover investigation.

By Oz Rosenberg and Chaim Levinson | Jun.26, 2012 | 11:08 AM

The Judea and Samaria District Police arrested three ultra-Orthodox men overnight Monday on suspicion of desecrating the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial with anti-Zionist slogans two weeks ago.

For two months, the police have been conducting an undercover investigation of the three suspects, aged 18, 26, and 27, leading up to their arrest. The three will be brought into court for an extension of their remand on Tuesday afternoon.

The three men, accused of vandalizing the Yad Vashem memorial with more than 10 anti-Zionist slogans, are also suspected of spray-painting anti-Zionist graffiti at various locations at Jerusalem's Ammunition Hillmemorial site in April.

During the arrest, police found spray cans, Palestinian flags, and computer documents suspected of being "incitement against the state."

Despite the fact that the three men are residents of Jerusalem, Bnei Brak, and Ashdod, the investigation was carried out by the Judea and Samaria District since the first incident occurred in the Jordan Valley.

Two weeks ago, anti-Zionist slogans were spray-painted at the entrance to the Israel's Yad Vashem museum.

At least 10 slogans were found on the walls outside the museum, with slogans such as: "Hitler, thank you for the Holocaust", "If Hitler did not exist, the Zionists would have invented him", and "Zionists! You declared war on Hitler in the name of the Jewish people, you brought upon the Holocaust."

Some of the slogans were signed with the words, "The World Zionist Judaism."

In April, graffiti was found at various locations at the Ammunition Hill memorial site in Jerusalem. The graffiti included slogans slamming President Shimon Peres, as well as praise for German poet Gunter Grass. The slogans that were found included: “The evil Zionist regime will fall,” and “Gunter Grass – be strong and brave.”

 

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