Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Is This a Threat From Sharon Spokesman, Gissen?

"On Tuesday, the daily Ha'aretz reported that disengagement guidelines drawn up by the government specify that security forces may fire on anti-pullout activists if they feel their lives are in danger, similar to a policeman who is threatened by a criminal.

But Gissin said as long as marchers stay within the acceptable bounds of protest, 'No one will shoot them. We're not talking about terrorists,' Gissin added."

Tell me, what exactly does Gissin mean by "acceptable bounds of protest" and "feel their lives are in danger" -- can anyone know until heaven forbid a judge decides? How is a protester supposed to feel safe at all under these circumstances?

Read the whole story here...

Israeli Settlers Plan to March Despite Gaza Closure:


Post a Comment

<< Home