entered a house in Howarah Town, South of Nablus. The house, which was
empty at the time, is used as an office for the Michigan Peace Team.
windows during the raid, tens of Israeli soldiers forcefully broke the
garden gate and the main door and entered the house using sound bombs. The
soldiers caused damage to the furniture of the house and confiscated
pro-Palestinian banners and posters.
The raid tonight follows the recent Israeli campaign to end Palestinian
nonviolent popular resistance, which takes the form of raids, arrest of
local activists and organizers, such as Adeeb and Abdullah Abu Rahmah, as
well as arrest and deportation of international activists, involved with
Palestinian popular resistance, such as the recent unlawful
detention/deportation of Eva Nováková, a Czech citizen, Ariadna Jove
Marti, a Spanish journalist, and Bridgette Chappell, an Australian student
in the Beir Zeit university.
Nael Al-Ahmad, a resident of Howarah, described the unjustified raid as a
failed attempt to crash the grassroots movement against the Occupation and
to hide and bar access to information from the international community
about the Israeli inexplicable crimes against the Palestinian people.Non