Extremist group targets released prisoners

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30 October, 2011 |  Wadi Hilweh Information Center – Silwan, Jerusalem

 Photo from the extremist group of released prisoners with the caption “Look out! The danger of terrorists in our city”


Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) — Prisoners returned home to Jerusalem as part of the Israel-Hamas prisoner swap agreement have been targeted by an unnamed Israeli extremist group.

The group has placed the freed prisoners under highly invasive surveillance in order to gather intelligence for the Israeli security apparatus. The group claims to “defend the lives of Israelis and Jews”, using a network of private detectives to track the prisoners’ moves and activities. Information gathered is then published to the Israeli media.

Aryaih King, a key figure of the network, has in the past called for

complete “Judaization” of Palestinian East Jerusalem. King, active in the settler movement of Jerusalem and personally responsible for numerous eviction orders of Palestinian homes, advocates the monitoring of the liberated prisoners and to make their daily lives difficult, claiming that the Israeli public needs to be informed of their activities in the interests of “protecting Jewish lives from these terrorists”. Maps have been uploaded to the group’s Facebook page showing the residences of the released prisoners.

One of the released prisoners told Silwanic that “we have submitted a complaint to Facebook and are awaiting a response from their management. Facebook has banned many pro-Palestine groups on its website as a result of pressure from Israeli lobby groups, supposedly in the interest of security. Our lives are endangered by

the existence of such groups operating on Facebook, however – surely the website will be forced to take action.”

The released prisoner Jamal Hamad

The released prisoner Adnan Maragha

Source and more at the Wadi Hilweh Information Center

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