#London bans cameras at candle light vigil for #MahmoudSarsak & accuses activists of criminal acts

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LIVE BLOG | June 13, 2012

Yesterday this happened: A candle light vigil for Mahmoud Sarsak in front of the Israeli embassy was terminated within 20 minutes. By the police.

As it seems tweeps on the ground now have been ordered to put their cameras away for photographing the candles and banners would pose a security risk! Well well, Israeli apartheid has been exported to the UK apparently. Cameras and eyes, became more dangerous than a weapon nowadays, for it conveys you truth? Israel does not like truth. Nor exposure of such, nor no attention for that at all.

And how comes, British police violates inalienable human rights of peaceful assembly for the desires of the Israeli embassy in question by accusing human rights activist of alleged crimes? It seems the long hand of occupation has put a ‘foul’ foot in the London soil!

Not even that. Activists, sitting on the ground with the candles are now being accused of committing a ‘criminal act’.  This is criminal according to the police:

Sgt Tyson wants to know about Mahmoud Sarsak, so we’re sure the activists will explain every detail!


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Art 20:1 “Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association”

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