giovedì 2 febbraio 2017

Amona : svastiche, morte ai sionisti sui muri della sinagoga



 

    An policeman walks inside the Amona synagogue where youths  barricaded themselves prior to being evicted on February 2, 2017 ( AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)

     Sintesi personale
    Un poliziotto cammina dentro la sinagoga Amona   dove  60  giovani si sono barricati prima di essere sfrattati

    Quando le forze di sicurezza hanno violato le barriere  erette,  i manifestanti hanno lanciato  estintori , pietre, bottiglie e altri oggetti contro le forze di sicurezza, prima di essere trascinato fuori. Circa 17 agenti di polizia e diversi manifestanti sono stati feriti negli scontri successivi.
    All'interno della Sinagoga il pavimento era cosparso di pneumatici, vecchi involucri alimentari, pozze d'acqua e altri detriti. .
    Scaffali pieni di libri di preghiera e testi ebraici sono stati spinti contro le finestre e utilizzate come barricate. Molti libri erano a terra  imbevuti di acqua e  di fango.
    Le pareti erano imbrattati di sporcizia e di  graffiti contro le forze di sicurezza, tra  queste una svastica.
    Il logo  della Polizia era stato trasformato in un  simbolo nazista  con la scritta "Ismaele Polizia", ​​un riferimento al personaggio biblico, figlio del patriarca Abramo, ritenuto  l'antenato degli arabi.
    Graffiti and swastikas on the wall on the Amona synagogue after youths barricaded themselves prior to being evicted on February 2, 2017 (AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)


    Graffiti e svastiche sul muro sulla sinagoga Amona (AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)
    Altri giovani avevano scritto : "Morte ai sionisti" 

      MK Moti Yogev della Casa ebraica ha  invitato la polizia ad "assicurare alla giustizia" i manifestanti che hanno dipinto la svastica: 
    "Chi scrive   morte  ai sionisti' e disegna una svastica sui muri di una sinagoga si esclude dal resto di Israele"
    MK Moti Yogev of the Jewish Home party. (Miriam Alster/Flash90)



    MK Moti Yogev del partito casa ebraica. 
    Mercoledì scorso, Yogev aveva visitato i manifestanti per dare loro il suo sostegno.
    In totale 57 persone, la maggior parte appartenente al personale di sicurezza sono stati leggermente feriti durante l'evacuazione  ( 42   della polizia e  15i manifestanti)
    .Un ufficiale di polizia ha subito ustioni chimiche dopo che  un liquido gli  è stato gettato in faccia. 
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    Un portavoce dell' avamposto inizialmente ha affermato che nessuna delle persone all'interno della sinagoga era di Amona. Tuttavia, ha poi riconosciuto che un certo numero di residenti, come  il rabbino dell'  avamposto, Yair Frank  e il  leader della comunità Avichai Boaran, erano dentro la sinagoga  al momento degli scontri  "con l'intenzione di convincere [i manifestanti] ad uscire senza violenza."



    An policeman walks inside the Amona synagogue where youths  barricaded themselves prior to being evicted on February 2, 2017 ( AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)
    An policeman walks inside the Amona synagogue where youths barricaded themselves prior to being evicted on February 2, 2017 ( AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)
    The 60 youths who made a final stand by barricading themselves in the Amona outpost synagogue on Thursday left behind a scene of devastation in the place of worship, including swastikas and other graffiti targeting Israeli police on the walls.
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    As security forces breached the barriers that had been erected to keep them out, the protesters set off fire extinguishers and threw rocks, bottles and other objects at the security forces, before being dragged out. Some 17 police officers and several protesters were injured in the ensuing clashes.
    Inside the synagogue the floor was strewn with tires, old food wrappings, puddles of water and other debris. In some places, holes had been punched in the walls.
    Bookshelves filled with prayer books and Jewish texts had been pushed up against the windows and used as barricades. Many books were knocked to the floor, lying soaked in water and mud.
    The walls were smeared with dirt and daubed with graffiti against the security forces, including a swastika.
    One drawing, which parodied the Israel Police logo, featured the Nazi symbol and changed the name to “Ishmael Police,” a reference to the biblical character, the son of the patriarch Abraham, traditionally believed to be the ancestor of Arabs.
    Graffiti and swastikas on the wall on the Amona synagogue after youths barricaded themselves prior to being evicted on February 2, 2017 (AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)
    Others said “Death to the Zionists” and “Zionists, wait, your day will come.”
    While some graffiti was in protest, other images appeared to just be juvenile vandalism, including “the nation wants Milky,” referring to a popular chocolate and whipped cream dessert..
    Jewish Home MK Moti Yogev called on police to “bring to justice” the protesters who painted the swastika.
    “Whoever writes ‘death to Zionists’ and draws a swastika on the walls of a synagogue excludes himself from the rest of Israel,” Yogev said in a statement.
    MK Moti Yogev of the Jewish Home party. (Miriam Alster/Flash90)
    MK Moti Yogev of the Jewish Home party. (Miriam Alster/Flash90)
    “It is a disgrace that should be investigated, and the criminal should be brought to justice,” he said.
    On Wednesday, Yogev had visited the protesters to give them his support.
    In total, 57 people, the majority of them security personnel, were lightly injured during the Amona evacuation on Wednesday and Thursday and taken to Jerusalem hospitals, the Magen David Adom ambulance service said. Of them, 42 were police and border guards and 15 were protesters, MDA said.
    The injuries ranged from hypothermia to light bruises. A police officer suffered chemical burns after a liquid was thrown in his face. Another officer’s shoulder was dislocated during the clashes with protesters, a Hadassah Hospital spokesperson said.
    Israeli police drag an Israeli settler onto a bus after being evicted from the West Bank settler outpost of Amona on the second day of an Israeli police operation to remove them from the outpost on February 2, 2017 ( AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)
    Israeli police drag an Israeli settler onto a bus after being evicted from the West Bank settler outpost of Amona on the second day of an Israeli police operation to remove them from the outpost on February 2, 2017 ( AFP PHOTO / Thomas COEX)
    Several protesters were also treated, most for bruises and some for mild hypothermia, the hospital said.
    Several of the youths who were pulled out of the synagogue later broke windows on the bus they were put on and tried to escape.
    A spokesperson for the outpost initially said that none of the people inside the synagogue were from Amona. However, he later acknowledged that a number of Amona residents, including the outpost’s rabbi, Yair Frank, and community leader Avichai Boaran, were inside the synagogue at the time of the clashes.
    He said that they were only there “with the intention of convincing [the protesters] to leave without violence.”
     

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