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Friday, March 30, 2012

Beirut - Neturai Karta Take Part In Land Day Protest

A delegate of Neturei Karta, Orthodox Jews opposed to Zionism, waves a Palestinian flag at rally in solidarity with Hezbollah and Palestinian factions for a "Global March to Jerusalem" to mark Land Day near Beaufort Castle in Arnoun village in southern Lebanon March 30, 2012. Land Day commemorates the killing of six Arabs in 1976 during protests against the confiscation of their land in Israel’s Galilee region.




Beirut - Among the demonstrators today to mark Land Day, included rabbis from the anti-Zionist ultra-Orthodox group Neturei Karta.

“We are here to mark Land Day, and tell the world not to blame Jewish people for the crimes of Zionism,” Rabbi Ahron Cohen told AFP.

“Judaism and Zionism are two different concepts.”

The same group visited Thursday the tomb of terrorist Imed Mughniyeh’s in southern Beirut.

Mughniyeh, who was on the FBI’s most wanted list since the 1980s, was killed in a car bomb in Damascus on February 12, 2008.

He was also accused by Israel of masterminding the 2006 July War.

1 comment:

  1. Many Jews lived in Lebanon up until the 70's and 80's. They will kill them just as they will someday no longer need Stanley Cohen the liar for Hamas.... They are no better than George Soro and his father.

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