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Report on Beth Israel vigil 08-09-14

Posted on August 13th, 2014 at 10:17 am by

Ann Arbor City Council: “Where is the humanity?”

The Palestinian voice was heard loud and clear this past week in the chambers of Ann Arbor’s City Council as six Palestinian students and local citizens individually chastised the council and mayor for their continued inaction on the slaughter in Gaza and asked: “Where’s the humanity?” Between speakers the enthusiastic audience chanted “Boycott Israel!” allowing the mayor to take the opportunity to temporarily shut down the meeting and video broadcast. The coverage of this meeting can be found here and in this writer’s opinion, few videos are as important as this one, as Palestinian Americans voice their frustration and anger at local government. Please advance to 00:09:10 as the speakers begin addressing council. Kudos to Vigil supporters M and B for organizing and participating in these emotional, heart-rending presentations.

JWPF on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio

Veterans Today editor Kevin Barrett interviewed this writer last week for a one-hour radio show on Kevin’s No Lies Radio program. Kevin found our last report to be an invitation to talk further, and titles this interview: “Henry Herskovitz: ‘We’re winning the battle against Zionism'”, He writes:

In this interview Henry describes the huge shift in public opinion he’s witnessing as more and more Americans wake up and turn against Zionism. We discuss all of the most controversial related topics, including the Holocaust Religion and its heretics.

Click here, then on the right-pointing arrow to listen to the radio show.


Eight vigilers
Holding the Jewish community accountable for their support of the Jewish state
Henry Herskovitz
Jewish Witnesses for Peace and Friends

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    […] our vigil report of August 9 we noted a young Palestinian man addressing City Council with an impassioned speech about the […]
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