Saturday, June 8, 2013

To JVP: This is what Palestinian "resistance " looks like

Adele Biton spent her third birthday in the hospital, yet another victim of  JVP-sanctioned "Palestinian resistance".  Her mother, Adva Biton, 40, and her two sisters, Avigail and Naama - ages four and five - sustained moderate injuries in this horrific crash, brought on by Palestinians throwing stones.

Palestinian "resistance" looks like this
Leave it to Jewish Voice for Peace to co-sponsor a talk by someone proud of this act of terror that left a toddler in the ICU fighting for her life  On Sunday, June 16, JVP and the American Friends Service Committee are co-sponsoring  Abir Kopty, who infamously tweeted  "We are all proud terrorists " following the  terror attack that left Adele hospitalized for nearly 3 months.

JVP Bay Area co-sponsored event:

Overcoming Challenges to Resistance in Palestine” 
with Abir Kopty, activist on the front lines of popular protest movement in Occupied Palestine

Sunday, June 16th, 5 -7 pm
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
2868 Mission St San Francisco, C A 94110

Event is Free, Donations Welcomed

Abir Kopty is a feminist and political activist, born in Nazareth and  currently based in Ramallah. She is a former Nazareth City Councilwoman and today works as a media analyst and consultant, holding a Master's in Political Communication from the City University of London.

Abir Kopty is well known for being a key organizer of the Bab al-Shams protest village that garnered significant international attention earlier this year, a culminating moment of the weekly protests across the West Bank and East Jerusalem

JVP likes to pretend its all about the " Occupation", while they work side by side with those who deny Israel's right to exist within any borders.  

JVP is comfortably at home in their niche, aiding and abetting those who seek the elimination of Israel as the homeland of the Jewish people and Jew-washing terror sympathizers.

1 comment:

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

JVP, utterly disgusting! and that's an understatement.