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Police arrested CODEPINK peace activist Rae Abileah at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington DC. Abileah was taken to the hospital after having been assaulted and tackled to the ground by AIPAC members of the audience in the House Gallery during Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to Congress.
Abileah interrupted Netanyahu with a banner that said “Occupying Land Is Indefensible” and shouting, “No more occupation, stop Israel war crimes, equal rights for Palestinians, occupation is indefensible.” She rose up to speak out just after the Prime Minister talked about the youth around the world rising up for more democracy.
As this 28-year-old Jewish American woman spoke out for the human rights of Palestinians, other members of the audience—wearing badges from the conference of the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee—brutally attacked her. The police then dragged her out of the Gallery and took her to the George Washington University Hospital, where she was being treating for neck and shoulder injuries.
At the beginning of 1935, a passenger ship set sail from Bremerhaven harbour of Germany to Haifa in Palestine. On the starboard beam, the name of the ship was written in Hebrew letters: Tel Aviv. However the flag waving aloft the ship was a Nazi flag with a swastika in the middle. A similar paradox was also in question for the owners and the runners of the ship. The owner of Tel-Aviv, a Jew, was one of the leaders of the Teutonic Zionist movement. The runner of the ship, on the other hand, was a member of National Socialist (Nazi) party.
One of the passengers, after many years, would interpret the situation of Tel-Aviv, as a "metaphysical contradiction". However, Nazi-Zionist collaboration symbolized by Tel-Aviv was in no way causing a contradiction. On the contrary, the ship was a trivial example of the reality that the writers of the official history were trying to conceal with great care. The interesting trip of Tel-Aviv with Nazi flag is told in the introduction of an article by an American Revisionist historian, Mark Weber, written for The Journal of Historical Review of July/August 1993. Weber reveals the secret alliance between the Nazis and Zionists defended by various evidences in his article called ‘Zionism and the Third Reich’.