Berlin joins Palestine Action in the fight to Shut Elbit

On 6th February, under the banner of Palestine Action, Berlin-based activists spray painted DIEHL BGT Defense in Berlin’s business and governance center. The slogans, reading “Palestine Action” and “Shut Elbit Down” were carried out in broad daylight. The action has been described by the group as “the first of many”.

Elbit-equipped Israeli fighter jets have been repeatedly used to attack civilian areas, homes and refugee camps in Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza, resulting in thousands of casualties.

Elbit is also a main provider of the electronic detection fence system for the West Bank apartheid wall, and was contracted to make the new underground wall around the blockaded Gaza Strip.

Source Link : https://palestineaction.org/berlin-palestine-action/

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