Approximately 100 Palestinians and a handful of international activists entered the Rami Levy supermarket in the West Bank settlement of Sha'ar Binyamin Wednesday morning to 'protest occupation and settler terror' and to call for the boycott of 'the occupation and its products.' Two Palestinians and two internationals were beaten and arrested. Palestinian and international activists were unarmed. Carrying flags and signs, they entered the supermarket, chanting for freedom. They say that the Israeli police used excessive force to disperse the nonviolent protest. Activist Abir Kopty, who was at the scene, reported that "as activists exited the building, about forty policemen…Read More... | 19 Comments
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