Rassenrellen in Israel

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Rassenrellen in Israel

Postby Führer » Fri Jul 05, 2019 5:33 am

Een groepje hangjongeren maakte iets teveel lawaai naar de zin van een asociale agressieve Israelier. De israelier bezat een super gevaarlijk vuurwapen voor zijn werk als politieagent.
Als door de duivel bezeten rende de extremistische politieagent naar buiten en met een satanische grimas op zijn gezicht beschoot hij het groepje hangjongeren die naar zijn zin iets te donkere huidskleur hadden. Het groepje hangjongeren waren vluchtelingen die met gevaar voor eigen leven de grote woestijn van Egypte hadden doorkruist in hun zoektocht naar een waardig bestaan.
Waar de jonge vluchteling een veilig thuisland gevonden dacht te hebben in Israel zou het zijn dood vinden door een doorgedraaide extremistische Joodse politieagent.

Dit was echter geen incidentje maar 1 van vele dagelijkse voorvallen waar vluchtelingen het slachtoffer zijn door geradicaliseerde joden.
Dit was de spreekwoordelijke druppel die een klein groepje vluchtelingen uit een heeeele grote groep vreedzame vluchtelingen de straat op deed gaan en hun stem lieten horen.









https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=C7GjC_1562260278


CNN schrijft over de massale rassenrellen en systematisch racisme van Israël tegenover de zwarte Ethiopiërs:

But the tension goes beyond economics. Up until the mid-90s, Israeli blood banks threw out blood donated by Ethiopians because of a fear of AIDS contamination. In 2014, Ethiopian-Israeli Avera Mengistu crossed into Gaza, where it's widely believed he has been held prisoner ever since. Though government officials routinely talk of two Israeli soldiers whose remains are still in Gaza following the 2014 war, Mengistu's name comes up far less frequently in public discourse.
And in 2015, Damas Pakada was stopped and beaten by police a block from his home near Tel Aviv. Pakada was even in his military uniform, considered a respected badge of honor in Israel, but he was still harassed. The viral video of the beating sparked its own protests.
Protests in 2015 were met with water cannons.
Protests in 2015 were met with water cannons.
For the Ethiopian-Israeli community, examples like this, where they feel marginalized or discriminated against, occur far more often than they should.
"There isn't a single Israeli of Ethiopian descent who hasn't experienced racism in Israel because of the color of their skin. Almost every young Ethiopian man has been subjected to heavy-handed treatment or, at the very least, has been verbally abused by a policeman in the street," wrote Danny Adena Abebe, an Ethiopian-Israeli journalist, in an article for the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper on Tuesday.
"The second generation of Ethiopians was born and grew up into a grim reality in which their blood could be spilled with impunity. The relations between the police and the youth in our community are relations of suspicion. The very same police that are supposed to protect us as citizens also inspire fear and terror in us."
Tebeka, an organization which advocates on behalf of the Ethiopian community in Israel, wrote a letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan, calling on them to immediately fire the police officer involved in Teka's death.
"Tebeka has warned and warns again that the hand of police officers is very light on the trigger and, beyond the immediate sanction that is required, there is a need to have a fundamental house-cleaning of the Israeli police and to operate with a firm hand against policemen that have transgressed," the organization wrote in the letter. In the past, they have also called to equip police with body cameras to document any suspected cases of racial discrimination.

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/07/04/midd ... index.html




WorldIsraelNews schrijft over de laffe moord op de ongewapende zwarte immigrant:

Police were surprised by the force of the protests, Minister of Public Security Gilad Erdan said in an interview with the Ynet news site on Wednesday.

“The policemen in the area said they do not remember violence like yesterday: throwing Molotov cocktails, trying to set fire to police stations, throwing large stones at police and attacking ambulances, paramedics and fire trucks,” Erdan said.

However, he said the police would not allow the road-blocking to continue again, though he was short on specifics as to how the police could prevents thousands of people from descending on Israel’s highways and junctions, saying only that the police would act quicker and with greater numbers next time.

Anger has been building among Ethiopian Jews for years now over perceived discrimination by the police. It finally boiled over after Sunday’s shooting.

The community says the shooting was a cold-blooded killing. We didn’t come to this country for them to murder our sons,” said Solomon’s father at the funeral, which hundreds attended.

The policeman who fired said he was an imminent danger, but his version is contradicted by at least one eyewitness who said the policeman was about 90 feet away when he fired and that Teka posed no threat.

The bullet, according to police, was fired at the ground as a warning shot and bounced, striking Teka in the chest. A coroner’s report bears this out, reports say.

Accident or not, there have been enough incidents of “over-policing” that Ethiopians say they don’t feel safe in Israel. Community activists often say that the police are “light on the trigger” when it comes to Ethiopians.
Ethiopian protesters

Ethiopian Israelis and supporters protest, July 2, 2019. (Flash90/Hadas Parush)

A relative of Teka, Itay Ashatu, told a major Israeli daily, “It’s hard to be black in Israel and walk around feeling secure.”

Parents aren’t afraid of road accidents or terrorists, they are afraid of policemen. There’s no faith in any system, there’s no justice,” he told the paper.

Sunday’s shooting follows closely on the heels of another in January, when 24-year-old Yehuda Biadga was shot and killed by police while he wielded a knife on the street.

A former combat engineer in the IDF, his family says he suffered from post-traumatic stress. They warned the police of his condition and ironically hoped they would protect him, reports said at the time.

That killing, too, led to protests though not of the level seen on Tuesday.


https://worldisraelnews.com/anarchy-in- ... lm-police/
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