Hotel where Kerry hung out
4INTERNATIONAL NOTES ONCE AGAIN HOW THE ISRAELI RULERS ARE BETRAYING THE JEWS
by Sagit Levi
Two activists from the Samaria Residents Council were arrested Thursday night near the David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem, where visiting American Secretary of State John Kerry is staying.
The activists, who arrived with a public address system, called out, “John Kerry – go home.”
The activists also called on Kerry not to interfere in the internal affairs of the State of Israel and demanded he stop pressuring Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu (Likud) to surrender the Samaria and Judea regions.
A few minutes after the activists arrived at the site, they were arrested by security personnel and their vehicles were confiscated.
“The activists legally stopped on the side of the road and called on Kerry to go home and not pressure Israel to give up strategic assets,” Sagi Kaisler, the director of the Samaria Residents Council, told journalists.
“Even though they did not break the law at any stage and only came to protest against what is shaping up to be another Oslo agreement, the police chose to silence them, confiscate their cars and arrest them.”