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Free Tali Fahima - petition, update, links

On Tuesday, Sep. 28, Israel's high court will hear Tali Fahima's appeal against her administrative (read: without a trial) detention. She is now held in solitary confinement, with no access to books, newspapers, cigarettes, and basic amenities. The 28 years old independent solidarity activist from Kiryat-Gat has committed the worst crime an Israeli can, she crossed the barriers to work with Palestinians in Jenin refugee camp, and befriended a militant.

More information, list of endorsements, background and links at http://oznik.com/news/040907.html

Free Tali Fahima - petition, update, links

On Tuesday, Sep. 28, the high court will hear Tali Fahima's appeal against her administrative (read without trial) detention. The Independent solidarity activist from Kiryat-Gat is now held in solitary confinement in Neve Tirza prison. Her crime: working with Palestinian children in Jenin refugee camp, and befriending a militant. 570 people have already signed the petition for Tali Fahima's release: " We believe the state of Israel is afraid of the crack that Tali Fahima has cracked in the walls of apartheid and occupation".

More information, links, updates, and downloadable legal documents at http://oznik.com/news/040907.html


This article suggests that a future Israeli government might prosecute those who planned and participated in the illegal expulsion of Jews from their homes.


The German reformer Martin Luther, for example, was an intelligent and educated man, but he hated all Jews and he encouraged parents to beat their children. He was no perverted sadist like Hitler's executioners. But 400 years before Hitler he was disseminating this kind of destructive counsel. According to Eric Ericson's biography, Luther's mother beat him severely even before he was treated this way by his father and his teacher. He therfore believed this punishment had "done him good" and was therefore justified. The conviction stored in his body that if parents do it then it must be right to torment someone weaker than yourself left a much more lasting impression on him than the divine commandments and the Christian exhortations to love your neighbor and be compassionate toward the weak

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