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Sat May 15: Demo during court hearing of Sheikh Jarrah Demonstrators
http://www.en.justjlm.org/

During today`s (Friday) demo in Sheikh-Jarah, participants experienced unprecedented police brutality. Three people were injured and taken to hospital, and 14 others were arrested. You can read more on the Sheikh-Jarah blog: http://www.en.justjlm.org/

Please join us tomorrow, Saturday 15/5/10 at 21:00, in front of the Magistrate Court , Russian Compound, Jerusalem, during the hearing in the case of our detained friends:

End the settlers` police`s political violence !

Free all the detainees !

You will not quell our popular dissent !

For further info:
Yuval 054-7982889
Yaron 050-7628488
To join the bus leaving from the Arlozorov station at 19:45 – Leehee 050-4880969

Important: Were you witness to police brutality during the arrests yesterday? We need your testimonies!
Please contact justjerusalem@gmail.com

Just two days ago, the police allowed hundreds of settlers and extreme right wing activists to enter Sheikh-Jarah freely, and demonstrate in support of expelling the Palestinians from the neighborhood. At the same time, Palestinian and Israeli activists who tried to demonstrate against the right wing march were pushed back violently and arrested. Today, the police prevented us once again from entering the neighborhood and demonstrating against the settlement there, claiming it was a `Jewish Neighborhood` (In fact, only 4 houses of the 28 are inhabited by Jewish settlers).

Where the police is nothing more than a flag carrier and a servant of the settlers, acts of non-violent civil disobedience are necessary to defend democracy and human rights
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