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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Re:New PRISONERS OF ZION trial coming up : Halamish brothers


You are great with these things, faxes, petitions, etc.

Thanks for the info, I'll pass it on.


C. said:

Called the Israeli  Embassy in Washington about the Halamish brothers.
Was told that she was not familiar with the case.
Said that she should become familiar with it.
It is IMPORTANT that many, many more people call so that they REALLY become
familiar with the situation.
Phone no. listed below.


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> The brothers, living in Ma'aleh Rehavam, came to help a fellow Jew,
attacked by a mob of Arabs, and
> "found guilty" of firing in the air to scare off the Arab attackers. All
the appeals were rejected!
>           LET US ACT as you did so valiantly/successfully for Tzvia
Sariel. PLEASE,
> * Call, rather than e-mail, the Israel Embassy in Washington [telephone
202-364.5500] and demand to speak to the military attache. Tell him or his
aide that you are outraged by the abdication of military responsibility of
its own soldiers, who will go to jail because they helped protect Jews.
> Say that as an American citizen who contributes to the $2.4 billion of US
military aid to Israel, you demand the immediate release of the Halamish
> Say that you also plan to discuss this case with your member of Congress.
> The Olmert government, with an approval rating of near zero, has refused
any accountability to the Israeli people and fears only the Bush
> Unless we act now, there will be many more young Jews in jail. If you
agree with this, please act quickly. What could be more important than
saving the lives of our fellow Jews?

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